Dima el Sayed (ديما السيد) is a writer based in Lebanon. She is also a painter and a musician, but thinks of these as ways to serve her writings, giving them a voice and a wider variety different platforms.
She studied to be a jurist and a human rights researcher in La Sorbonne_Paris, before traveling to India to learn Dhrupad, the Hindustani sacred art of singing, under the guidance of the Gundesha Brothers, she occupies now the position of the Lead trainer in the INGO, Oxfam GB.
Dima El SAYED recently published her first trilingual and illustrated collection of poetry, following ten years of her self imposed exile. Her pieces address both the social and the political and are as impertinent as accurate.
Through her work as a humanitarian and an artist, Dima EL SAYED is committed to an artistic expression that aims to promote the culture of the aesthetic and the True.
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