Jasmine Bager is a NYC-based independent journalist from Saudi Arabia. Armed with an art degree, she writes about women and the arts, with a focus on the Middle East. She was one of the first Saudis to earn a degree from Columbia Journalism School and was the Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association (AMEJA) campus president. Her work has appeared in TIME, BBC, Refinery29 and Architectural Record. Reach her @JasmineBager.
Sub-specialties: Saudia Arabia, Saudi Art, Architecture
How Falling Oil Prices Helped Spark A Revolution Of Female "Accidental Entrepreneurs"
Refinery29 [March 1, 2016]
Saudi TV Just Got a Lot More Feminist
Time [July 21, 2015]
Art-based therapy for young refugees: Can art save lives?
Middle East Eye [October 5, 2015]
Armory Show: One of largest collections of African art to go on display in New York
Independent [February 23, 2016]
Arab-American Filmmaker Darine Hotait Challenges Stereotypes Head On
The Establishment [April 7, 2016]
Sisters' Council of the Swat Valley
BBC [December 2, 2015]
EPISODE 007: Jasmine Bager on Being a Freelance, Saudi, Arts Journalist
KYA [March 15, 2016 ]