Aliyah Hasinah is a curator, writer, producer and aspiring historian/filmmaker. Her most recent projects include Decolonising the Curatorial research project in Barbados, Brazil & News York, BASS Festival 2019, Bald Black Girls Exhibition, ‘The Past Is Now’ exhibition at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Apples and Snakes Poetic Theatre Makers Programme, SBTV Custard Factory Pop up, TEDxBrum 2017 and more. Aliyah focuses her work on decolonial thought in practice and through honouring global and historical knowledge production. She has worked with the V&A, Southbank Centre, Saqi Books, The Midlands Art Centre, Eventbrite, Birmingham Hippodrome, BMAG, BBC, Channel 4 Random Acts amongst others. Interested to developing curated installations and campaigns across visual arts and music. Twitter: @aliyahhasinah Instagram: @aliyahhasinah Website: www.aliyahhasinah.comLocked Pro Plan feature
Diversity & Inclusion workshop Facilitator and content creator working across the UK, Europe and the US.
Sole producer for the Midlands region. Working on creating and delivering and artistic development programmes, live events programming, researching audiences and producing content across social media and stage managing events and reporting back to funders quarterly. Developed Partnerships with Birmingham REP, Birmingham Hippodrome, the RSC, Nottingham Playhouse, the Royal Court, Stratford East Theatre and more. Blog here: https://applesandsnakes.org/2018/12/12/notes-from-the-midlands-aliyah-hasinah/
Level 4 Apprenticeship via Creative Alliance. I led on creating marketing strategies and delivery for the agency, ran social media channels, ideated and directed campaigns working closely with design team, edited and updated website and ran analytics and presented weekly metrics and targets on content and social media. Developed and maintained partnerships and brand sponsors for projects, festivals and events.
Extended Project: "To What Extent were the assassinations of JFK & Abraham Lincoln politically motivated" - A* General Studies: A World Development AS Level: A English Literature: B History: B Sociology: B