Katherine Toukhy

2016 Create Change Artist-In-Residence Katherine Toukhy's 2016 Public Art Potluck speech MORE
The Khayamiya (Khayyāmiyah, Arabic) monument is a co-created public tent sculpture and community archive of the herstories of Arab women migrants/immigrants in Bay Ridge and U.S. female veterans. MORE
Artists respond creatively and critically to the non-indictments in the Eric Garner and Mike Brown killings MORE
Fellows Ro Garrido & Katherine Toukhy in Creative Conversation MORE
Fellow Katherine Toukhy draws connections between Ferguson, Gaza, and the struggle for environmental justice in NYC both locally and globally. MORE
Meet Katherine Toukhy, 2014 Fellow MORE
An Egyptian American visual artist based in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Katherine’s work has been shown in various exhibition venues, such as the Charles Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, and galleries in Brooklyn, Boston, New Jersey, and Buenos Aires. MORE