Ifrah Mansour is a Somali multimedia artist, interweaving text, movement, sound, digital media and visual installation. She uses art to explore and expand perceptions of beauty, womanhood and East-African diaspora experiences in hopes of bringing more awareness and acceptance into the world. She was recently named amongst a global list of “Ten Somali Artists and Entertainers To Watch In 2015”. She is a bilingual teacher who enjoys gardening and cycling. Recent works include; Somalia’s Balloon, Esug, Ethnically Trendy, Corn For Ayayo, Global Taxi Driver, freedom Daze, Clothespins, Lablaab The Spill. Upcoming works and shows include Somalia’s Balloon, How to Have Fun in a Civil War, Snapchat Express, Teachers’ wanted, Feminist Pet, Cedar Cypher, East-African Elders’ Advice To Diaspora Children, Festival Of Nations, and Children’s Theatre Company.
- The Chicago Avenue Project is seeking 4-6 graders who are excited to learn about acting, performance, and collabora… https://t.co/OnLDWsUVqA 05:01:31 PM February 11, 2021
- We're so honored to have @DeborahWattz as a special guest for our post-show discussion this evening, along with Tos… https://t.co/2N2Iv7ATwe 10:43:14 AM October 29, 2020
- Tonight and Sunday only, join us for a live virtual reading of Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It! starring Regina Mari… https://t.co/ihEOLr69Ao 10:42:19 AM October 29, 2020