Jouman Ibrahim joins forces with BeirutMakers for the social good

Since its inception in 2015, BeirutMakers collective has brought together designers to explore local fabrication, digital productions and public space re-appropriation. For its 10th exhibition, the collective joined forces with the Thawra, to identify the needs but also the strengths of the protests. The makers have decided to help the movement by enhancing its visibility and voice by encouraging the use of public space by the protesters.

The event was part of the Lebanese Creativity Day and the proceeds of the exhibition went to Paola’s Kitchen, a Downtown based initiative that gives away free daily meals to the demonstrators and the needy.

Joumana Ibrahim’s role was to organize and curate this exhibition as well as to design all the communication material for the event.