Randa Maddah
Born in 1983 Majdal Shams , the occupied Syrian Golan .

Graduated from Syria, and living currently in the occupied aria of the high Golan,  “I usually work with painting, etching and sculpture.  I’m Part of tow groups of artists, one of them is the Open Studio Group that organize exhibitions and workshop, and focus on the art in Palestine and the aria. And the Other one is Fateh Elmuddares Center, that focus on the developing the art skills for children in addition to organizing social art events, the center also focus on communicates the art in the Golan as part of the art in Syria “

Dec 07 – Mar 08                       Bezalel Academy of art and design, etching course, Jerusalem
2001-2005                                BA. Damascus University, Sculpture Department, Damascus    
2001-2003                                Adham Ismail Institute, painting and engraving course,   Damascus
1998 - 2000                               Bet Alfan, Painting, sculpture and drawing courses, Majdal Shams.

2014                                    Award the journalist specialized on cinema/ aflam festival/ Marseille 
2008                                    The young artist of the year, A.M. Qattan foundation, Ramallah.
2005                                    Albasel Award of Excellence graduate, Hounor Price, University of Damascus
2004                                    Albasel Award of Excellence, First Place, University of Damascus.

2013                                    part of the workshop (UmeaGolan), Sweden
2012                                    Open Studio, workshop (politics and arts), Al Sakakeni Cultural Center, Beirziet.
2011                                    Open Studio Group workshop, Al Sakakeni Cultural Center, Bierziet
2010                                    Part of the third sculpture festival in Golan, Ein Qenia.
2010                                    Open Studio Group workshop (try and retry), Al Sakakeni Cultural Center, Bierziet
2009                                    Part of the second sculpture festival in Golan, Masada.
2007                                    The first sculpture festival in the Golan,  Majdal Shams.
2005                                    Colors from Damascus workshop, Mustafa Ali art gallery, Damascus.

Solo exhibitions
2006                                   Untitled - Fateh Almudarris Art Gallery / Majdal Shams

Group Exhibitions
2014                      The 2d International Encounters of Arab cinema, Marseille France.
2014                      Mediterranean 16 at Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano Italy.
2013                      Golamea project, Gallery Konsthögskolan , Academy of fine art Umea, Sweden.
2013                     (Light Horizon) Festival del film, Locarno, Switzerland.                 
2013                     (Light Horizon)  Mediterranea Biennial 16, Ancona, Italy.
2012                     three sense from Homs , “M³ Kunsthalle Gallery,  Berlin.
2011                     Open Studio exhibition, Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, Ramallah.
2010                      Space, The Ethnographic and Art Museum, Birzeit University.
2010                     Open Studio Group exhibition, Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, Ramallah.
2010                     On The Gats Of Haven festival, Jerusalem.
2010                     On The Road,  majdal shams streets,  the Golan
2010                     Earth-Brown,  Umm El-Fahem art gallery, Umm El Fahem
2009                      Puppet Theatre, Ramallah cultural palace, Ramallah
2008                     Puppet Theatre, Al Mahattah Gallery, Ramallah.
2007                     From The Golan, Bier Ziet Museum – Bier Ziet.
2007                     From the Golan, Dar Al Salam, Bethlehem
2007                     from The Golan, Sakakeni Cultural Center,  Ramallah
2006                     Alfananen Al Shabab , alriwaq art gallery, Damascus.
2006                     Untitled,  Dar Almada art gallery, Damascus.
2005                     Colors From Damascus, Mustafa Ali art gallery, Damascus.
1999                     Graduation exhibition, Bet Alfan, Majdal Shams.