Makram Ayache is a community-engaged, Lebanese-Canadian writer, performer, director, educator, and activist. His work currently explores meaningful representation of queer Arab voices. He creates culturally specific works that speak into a Canadian context. Additionally, he is a LGBTQ2S+ inclusion educator with the 519 Church Street Community Centre. Find him at makramayache.com and on Instagram at @makramrayache.
Latest from Makram Ayache
The princess of pandemic power: How the She-Ra reboot gave me a glimmer of hope in a broken world
The cartoon's kaleidoscope of queerness nurtured writer Makram Ayache through his isolation.
'We are in Tragedy.' Reckoning with the deep fear of dissolving into nothing during these times
Artist and activist Makram Ayache dives deep into the darkness of COVID-19 to try and find some light.