Pamela Chrabieh is a Lebanese-Canadian visual artist, researcher, activist, writer, and program & creative communications manager. She holds a Higher Diploma in Fine Arts and Restoration of Icons, a MA in Theology, Religions, and Cultures, and a Ph.D. in Theology-Sciences of Religions. As a visual artist, she exhibited her work in Canada, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Spain, Hong Kong, China, the UK, and the USA. Selected as one of the 100 most influential women in Lebanon in 2013, she won several prizes in Canada and Southwestern Asia. Recent exhibitions include the Adrenocromo for Dinner and Liquid Arsenal International Art Exhibitions, M.A.D.S. Art Gallery, Milan-Italy & Fuerteventura-Spain; the Small Works Winter Exhibition-Online Gallery by the Chicago Fine Art Salon; the Rise Multiform Art Hybrid Exhibition at the Zico House, Beirut-Lebanon and on spatial.io; Images of Women, Virtual Group Exhibition, Independent & Image Art Space, Chongqing – China; The Healing Power of Color, Collective Exhibition, Manhattan Arts International and The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS (HPAA), New York; Anima Mundi Festival 2019 – VISIONS, ITSLIQUID International Art Festival, Venice Biennale, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice; and Engaging Gazes, Generating Poetry, Rotunda Gallery, AUD – United Arab Emirates.