Maryam Ghanem Al-attiya is a self taught artist. She was born in Qatar in 1979. She loves drawing since childhood, she started digital painting early 2000 and then decided to enter the world of oil painting in 2009 at the Girls Creativity Center in Qatar under the supervision of the Iraqi Artist Mozahim Al-Nasiri.
Head of Art Programs Section - Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art
2015 Masters of Art in Fine Art, University of Brighton, UK.
2014 Graduate Diploma, Art and Design, University of Brighton, UK.
2004 Bachelor of Arts in English, Qatar University, Qatar.
2015 - The Masters Show, group show 2015, MA Fine Art, University of Brighton, UK.2015 March - 128 group show “Collective Conscious”,University of Brighton. UK.
2014 December - 128 group show “MA in a Manger, Fine Art Christmas Show, University of Brighton, UK.
2014 November - 128 group show “Spaces - Traces”, University of Brighton, UK.
2014 June - Exhibited at the QNCC Qatar National Convention Centre during the 38th session of UNESCO World Heritage Committee, the “Suq” area, Qatar.
2012 August – September - Memoirs of Maryam, Souq Waqif Art Centre, Qatar.
2011 - "Colored Tales 2" Exhibition, Girl’s Creativity Center, Qatar.
2009 - “Ebda’at 2009 “Exhibition, Girl’s Creativity Center, Qatar.
2007 - " Second Youth Salon " , The General Youth Authority, Qatar.
Activities and Events
2014 8&9 November - Phoenix Open Studios, Brighton, UK.
2012 March - “ Painting on wooden models” workshop, a collaboration with Saudi Artists, Qatar.
2012 - Sports Day visual presentation, which was projected on National Theatre building.
2011 - Qatar National Day visual presentation, which was projected on National Theatre building.
2009 - Participated in Al-thani Award for photography.
2009 - Volunteered to teach painting for a summer workshop for kids at the Girls Creativity Center.
2009 May - "Love and Peace" workshop, a collaboration with Saudi Artists, Qatar.
2007 - Participated in Al-thani Award for photography.
2007 - Participated in Graphic Design at the Second Youth Salon by The General Youth Authority.