Notes by Myriam Abdelaziz


Myriam Abdelaziz


Teacher of Visual Arts, Grades Seven through Twelve


BA The American University in Cairo; Licence et Maîtrise Université Paris Nanterre; MA PROFAC, Paris; MBA École des Dirigeants, Paris

Years at Trinity


Teacher of Visual Arts Myriam Abdelaziz featured on Trinity&...

Teacher of Visual Arts Myriam Abdelaziz featured on Trinity’s podcast, “podmissum”

This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features Teacher of Visual Arts Myriam Abdelaziz. Myriam was born in Egypt, grew up in Switzerland, and has lived in France. A graduate of the International Center of Photography, in 2009 and 2011 she was named by the Magenta Foundation as one of twenty-five emerging photographers in the United States. She is a winner of the Lens Culture Emerging Talent prize, American Photography #24, La Bourse du Talent, and PhotoEspaña and was nominated for the Pictet Prize in 2016 and 2017. Her photographs have been published in American Photography, Fortune Magazine, Newsweek, Time Magazine, Smithsonian, Le Monde, Liberation, Courrier International, Marie-Claire, Eyemazing, and the British Journal of Photography, among others. Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, including at the Arab Photography Biennale at the Arab Institute of Paris. It is also included in the collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the Agence Française de Développement, and the Southeast Museum of Photography. Her book is We the People, an interactive conceptual photography project celebrating the diversity of American identity.

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