BlackFlash Magazine

Published essay, Winter 2023. “Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings: Claiming the Hookah Lounge.”

Published essay, Fall 2022. “Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings: Land of Living Skies.”

Published essay, Spring 2022. “Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings: The Summer of 2020.”

Don’t Forget the Water

Don’t Forget the Water is now available through CBC Gem and Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC).

Lebanon’s Rose وردة لبنان

Window Gallery exhibition at Xpace Culture Centre (Toronto), November 4, 2022 to January 3, 2023. Read the exhibition essay by Jessica Kirk here.

Habibi Blue

2021 Artist Edition Tote for Peripheral Review is for sale.

qumra journal

Issue 1: Take 1 is for sale. qumra is an editorial collaboration between SWANA Film Festival, MENA Film Festival, and Toronto Arab Film Festival, publishing reflections on world cinema.

Carnation Zine

Vol. 2 (Pleasure) is for sale. Carnation is a collaboration between Christina Hajjar, Luther Konadu, and Mariana Muñoz Gomez, publishing artwork and writing created through a lens of diaspora and displacement by BIPOC.

Best Artzine Award

Diaspora Daughter / Diaspora Dyke, winner of Best Artzine, 2021 Broken Pencil Zine Awards.

Emerging Digital Artists Award

Honourable Mention for the 2021 EDAA, Trinity Square Video.

Best Manitoba Short Film

Don’t Forget the Water, winner of Jury Prize and Audience Choice Award, 2021 Gimli Film Festival.

Q & A: Christina Hajjar. Discussing the aesthetics of queer diaspora and the everyday.

Interview by Lindsay Inglis, Galleries West.

Meet Lebanese-Canadian Christina Hajjar Who Is Defying Social Norms Through Art

Artist profile on 961, Lebanese independent media outlet.

Responses to Don’t Forget to Count Your Blessings

Review by Shima Aghaaminiha & Shamim Aghaaminiha, Neutral Ground Artist-Run Centre.

Review by Abedar Kamgari, PLATFORM Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts.

Poetic response by Banah el Ghadbanah, PLATFORM Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts.

Responses to SWANA Film Festival

Review by Chantal Khoury. “On The Tactility of Loss in Your Father Was Born 100 Years Old, and So Was the Nakba,” qumra journal.

Review by Sarah Sarofim. “Archiving Processes,” qumra journal.

Review by Tara Hakim. “Contending with complexities of matrilineal relationships from the SWANA diaspora,” Public Parking Publication.

Responses to Carnation Zine

Review by Chukwudubem Ukaigwe. “Suggestions for an Endless Landscape,” BlackFlash Expanded.

Review by Raven Spiratos, C Magazine.