•co-founder of the non-profit organization AIN and initiator of the "Visual Arts Festival Damascus" comprising exhibitions, lectures, workshops, artwork production supports and art residencies (Damascus 2010, Rotterdam 2012, Istanbul 2013, Karlsruhe 2014).
•curator of multidisciplinary events on contemporary Syrian art comprising exhibitions, screenings, talks and performances: "L'Art en marche" (Bordeaux, 2015) and 'Et Pourtant ils créent" (Paris, 2014).
•founder and curator of the first photo and video festival in Damascus entitled "Les Journées de la photographie" (2001-2007)
•curator of the Syrian Anonymous Exhibition (Nottingham, Viterbo, Milano, Bologna, Florence, 2012-2013) and author of the book “Syrie, l’art en armes” (La Martinière Edition, Paris, 2013).
•curator of several exhibitions presented during Thessaloniki Biennale (Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Greece, 2011), the 15th Biennale de la Méditerranée (Greece, 2011), Mediterranea 16 (Ancona, 2013), "Music on the Road: a visual journey", a visual arts and music program comprising weekly art residency followed by a street performance (summer 2010).
•responsible for the cultural program at the French cultural centre in Damascus from 2001 to 2007
•exhibitions manager for the events during "Damascus, Arab capital of culture 2008" (programme of art restoration, refurbishment of art galleries, cycle of exhibitions of the national art collections entitled "Retrospective of fine arts in Syria" and collection of Syrian art publications).
•exhibitions manager for international artistic events as "Meeting Points", a contemporary art festival presented by the association Yatf (Brussels) and curated by Okwui Enwezor in 2011 and the curatorial collective WHW in 2013-2014 ; "World Ceramics: Masterpieces from the V&A" in 2008 and "The Jameel Prize Exhibition" in 2010 , exhibitions presented by the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), "Golden Age of Arab Sciences" in 2008 exhibition presented by the Arab World Institute (Paris).
•art consultant for the online platform for visual artists from the MENA area : Artscoops.com launched in September 2014.
•collaboration with Atassi Gallery (Damascus) during Abou Dhabi Art Fair in 2010 and 2011, Sharjah Biennial in 2011 and Art Dubai in 2011.