“Habiba El-Sayed is an upcoming Torontonian ceramic artist whose work
focuses on exploring her identity as a biracial Guyanese-Egyptian and a
Muslim womyn living in a post 9/11 world. She has secured a coveted
residency at Harbourfront Craft Studios, has had her work exhibited at
the Gardiner Museum and most recently (Mus)Interpreted, a group
exhibition showcasing work by emerging and established young Muslim
womyn artists in the Greater Toronto Area.”

Read the full article by Asmaa Bacchus here: mvslim.com/habiba-el-sayed-the-ceramic-artist-moulding-the-pain-of-muslims/

View more of the artist’s work here: www.habibael-sayed.com