Lubna Mousa is a visual artist who lives and works in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq.
     She holds a bachelor degree in Architecture from the University of Technology (Iraq). In addition to her university education she has training in fine arts,

     She has completed an Encaustic Art Course from Toronto Art School (2013), a Power Print Making Course at Open Studio, Toronto (2013)
More recently, Ms. Mousa completed a Creative Entrepreneurship program by Artscape Daniel’s Launchpad Toronto (2018) and a Social Entrepreneurial Leaders Enabling Climate Transitions (SELECT) Program by School of Social Entrepreneurs (2018).

     In her artworks Mousa reflects her thoughts and images in layers using mixed media that showcase the complementarities and dichotomies of her past and present cultures.  Most recently, her artworks deal with the intersection of consumerism, recycling and climate change.

     Lubna Mousa has exhibited her work at the UNESCO Offices in Paris and Amman and at galleries in Toronto, Dubai and London. Her work can be found in private collections.

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