photo by Raha Behnam

Raha Behnam

Raha is an Iranian-born, Canadian-raised, US-based artist working across disciplines and practices towards liberatory modes of being and doing. She has performed in the works of Abby Crain, Tino Seghal, Jessie Young, and Hadar Ahuvia. Raha is a member of the Future Historical Society, lead by Yazmany Arboleda, an inter-generational collective of Brooklyn residents, and also a member of the Undoing & Doing Collective, instigated by Lorene Bouboushian. She holds a Master's in Urban Planning and Bachelor's degrees in Dance and Anthropology. She is a certified Open Source Forms (OSF) facilitator, under Stephanie Skura's tutelage.

Past Classes & Events

[Virtual] Open source forms

Mon, Sep 14 – Oct 5, 2020
class

Studies Project: “Another world is not only possible...” // Artistry during challenging times

October 21, 2019
event

Movement Research at the Judson Church

October 14, 2019
performance

Studies Project: Immigrants for immigrants: taste of home

October 15, 2018
event