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Wided Rihana Khadraoui

is an Algerian-American writer, curator, and cultural entrepreneur currently based between Algeria, Saudi Arabia, and Australia. She founded Tazuri Projects as a cohesive creative platform, with a focus in increasing access for traditionally marginalized groups with an emphasis on the global diaspora population. She has previous professional experience in creative content development, art management, and creative project direction. Wided writes regularly on Middle East and North African centric art and cultural for international titles. 

Her current research and interest topics are in

  • increased minority visibility in the creative field
  • diaspora art
  • reclaiming narratives 
  • discursive and socially engaged art 
  • post-colonial legacy 
  • intergenerational trauma as reflected in creative work, 
  • pedagogy and the transmission of knowledge
  • overlap of text and visual creative expression
  • non-traditional spaces for exhibition 
  • promotion of expanding audience accessibility in creative venues