Mariam  H.
Damascus, Syria

Marianne C.
Damascus, Syria

Marwa A.
Homs, Syria

Mohammed A.
Daraa, Syria

Mouaaz A
Damascus, Syria

Moustafa A.
Damascus, Syria

Nathalie A.
Aleppo, Syria

Ouroba D.
Damascus, Syria

Reem R.
Latakia, Syria

Roula C.
Damascus, Syria

Sahar S.
Raqqa, Syria



​Student and faculty training workshops



Ammar H.
Agarb, Syria

Awj K. 
Daraa, Syria

Bader S.
Damascus, Syria

Chadi A. 
Damascus, Syria

Eibaa K. 
Daraa, Syria

Esraa M.
Damascus, Syria

Firas H.
Aleppo, Syria

Ghaith A.
Homs, Syria

Ghazal C.
Damascus, Syria

Ghazal C.
Damascus, Syria

Hala A.
Hama, Syria






Abeer M.
Palmyra, Syria

Abeer O. 
Palmyra, Syria

Ahmad A.
Damascus, Syria

Ahmad Al
Aleppo, Syria

Ahmad K.
Misrata, Libya

Aichha T.
Aleppo, Syria

Alaa M.
Damascus, Syria

Ali C.
Damascus, Syria

Ali R.
Homs, Syria

Amer Y.
Idleb, Syria

Amir A.
Damascus, Syria














Kholoud A.
Damascus, Syria

Lamis Z.
Damascus, Syria

Lamis Z.
Damascus, Syria

Lara A.
Damascus, Syria

Lara T.
Homs, Syria

Lina M.
Kalamun, Syria

Louay Y.
Latakia, Syria

Lourans L.
Suwayda, Syria

Madiha A.
Palmyra, Syria

Maher A.
Homs, Syria

Mahran A.
Daraa, Syria




to document the stories of Syrian Refugees



Saja M.
Palmyra, Syria

Samara S.
Suwayda, Syria

Samar M.
Palmyra, Syria

Samir B.
Tunis, Tunisia

Sana R.
Homs, Syria

Shadi A.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Shiyar K.
Damascus, Syria

Siba A.
Damascus, Syria

Urwa D.
Salamiyeh, Syria

Yasmine T.
Damascus, Syria




Hassan A.
Homs, Syria

Hemsork M.
Kobani, Syria

Hemsork M.
Kobani, Syria

Hiba T.
Aleppo, Syria

Imar M
Raqqa, Syria

Izzat O.
Palmyra, Syria

Jessica A.
Damascus, Syria

Joe Z.
Damascus, Syria

Jumana J.
Damascus, Syria

Khalid H.
Daraa, Syria

Karam A.
Al-tal, Syria




"I am so excited to be working on this project. Writing stories could not be an easy task; but it is an interesting one because I am learning new things about life, France, Syria, and Arab refugees, who escape the war to breathe. I can find my self and my personal story in between their stories lines. No words can explain how this project touches me personally. And, I am sure the exhibition will be amazing."   Narmin

 a collaboration with The American University of Paris 

Syrian refugee workshops - Faces deliberately not shown to protect the participants.

SYRIAN RREGUGEE PARTICIPANTS

Refugees of the Syrian Civil War or Syrian refugees are citizens and permanent residents of the Syrian Arab Republic, who have fled from their country since the onset of the Syrian Civil War in 2011 and have sought asylum in other countries. Now, in the sixth year of war, 13.5 million are in need of humanitarian assistance within the country. Among those escaping the conflict, the majority have sought refuge in neighboring countries or within Syria itself. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 4.8 million have fled to Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq, and 6.6 million are internally displaced within Syria. Meanwhile about one million have requested asylum to Europe. In the past year, migration and refugee movements in the Mediterranean countries have gained unprecedented momentum, while the situation along migratory routes to Europe, and within Europe itself, have become even more dangerous.    

Syria: Drawing an Uncertain Future

WORKSHOP PHOTO GALLERY