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Welcome to The Amad Show, an intimate sit down with entrepreneurs and creative spirits from around the world. The outsiders. The trailblazers. The fighters and the true believers.

The Amad Show Amad Mian

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Welcome to The Amad Show, an intimate sit down with entrepreneurs and creative spirits from around the world. The outsiders. The trailblazers. The fighters and the true believers.

    Hassan Hajjaj - The vibe is everything

    Hassan Hajjaj - The vibe is everything

    In this episode, I sit down with Hassan Hajjaj, a Moroccan artist, photographer, designer, and filmmaker, living between London and Marrakech. Hassan talks us through the evolution of his career, going from photographer to artist. He also talks about the importance of creating a vibe.

    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.

    With gratitude,

    Amad



    You can find me here: https://www.instagram.com/amadmiaan/

    Hassan here: https://www.instagram.com/hassanhajjaj_larache/




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    • 35 min
    Arshia Haq (Discostan) - The effects of language

    Arshia Haq (Discostan) - The effects of language

    “Sometimes you have to see if your work is changing how you think and feel about things” - Arshia Haq

    In this episode, I sit down with Arshia Haq, also known as Discostan, an Indian American Artist, DJ, producer and writer living in LA. Arshia talks us through the narratives presented in her work across mediums which are heavily influenced by her experiences as an immigrant and a Muslim. She also talks to us about the dangers of creating social echo chambers.

    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.

    With gratitude,

    Amad


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    • 54 min
    Solemann Haddad - People appreciate passion and people appreciate hard work

    Solemann Haddad - People appreciate passion and people appreciate hard work

    “I never look at a failure as a failure I look at it as a learning curve, a feedback loop. “ - Solemann Haddad

    In this episode, I sit down with Solemann Haddad, a French-Syrian chef living in Dubai. Solemann talks about the importance of taking chances. He talks about how sometimes the best thing in life is simply figuring what you don’t want to do.

    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.

    With gratitude,

    Amad

    You can find us here: 

    https://www.instagram.com/amadmiaan/

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    • 53 min
    Aleena Naqvi Hussain - The difference between theory and practice

    Aleena Naqvi Hussain - The difference between theory and practice

    “Theoretically you can study all you want but unless youre in the thick of it you won’t really know how something works.” - Aleena Naqvi Hussain

    This week I sit down with Aleena Naqvi Hussain, a Pakistani artist and photographer living in Lahore. In this episode, Aleena walks us through the evolution of her career after moving back to Pakistan. She describes the how some people in your life can have the greatest impact on the path you create.

    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.

    With gratitude,

    Amad


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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Jordan Nassar - Initiating deeper and meaningful dialogues

    Jordan Nassar - Initiating deeper and meaningful dialogues

    “If the goal for making this kind of artwork was because I want to connect with Palestine, its more than I can dream of to literally connect with Palestine and work with the women doing Tatreez and go there and physically connect with them and be part of their community.” - Jordan Nassar

    This week I sit down with Jordan Nassar, a Palestinian American artist living in New York. In this episode, Jordan talks about the importance of developing platforms and bodies of work that initiate deeper and more meaningful dialogues. He describes the evolution of his relationship with Palestine and Israel, and how his understanding of the two has helped form his own life and career.

    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.

    With gratitude,

    Amad


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    • 2 hrs 12 min
    Rama Duwaji - Finding stability

    Rama Duwaji - Finding stability

    “What do I look like to other people? “ - Rama Duwaji
    This week I sit down with Rama Duwaji, a Syrian American illustrator living in Dubai. In this episode, Rama talks about the importance of thinking about your career in a sustainable manner. She talks through the evolution of herself and her work across her experiences doing art residencies, commissions and her own personal work.
    As always, I welcome any comments or feedback. Available on all podcast apps.
    With gratitude,
    Amad

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    • 48 min

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