Azza SattiHead of Artists
Azza is a Sudanese-Somali producer, educator and curator raised in France, Belgium, Chad and Kenya. She spent 10 years in New York City where she graduated from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University with a M.A. in Art and Public Policy, and a B.A. in Media Studies from Hunter College (CUNY). Azza previously worked at Japan Society (New York), Rashid Diab Arts Centre (Khartoum), and Opening Act Theater (New York). She has extensive experience producing art, film and theater programs and productions in New York, Paris, Nairobi and Khartoum, as well as managing creative talents using various mediums from music to theater. She’s passionate about empowering creative minds and facilitating film and theater workshops, in 2013 she facilitated an ‘Improve Your Life’ workshop in French and English to youth activists and social entrepreneurs from all around the world as part of UNESCO’s 8th Youth Forum in Paris, France. She previously contributed articles to The Huffington Post, The Wild and Guernica. Azza has produced and curated exhibitions of East African artists such as Khalid Kodi, Rashid Diab, and Deqa Abshir, and she’s currently representing established and up and coming artists.