Born in Jerusalem in 1983.

Mohammad Joulani is a Palestinian artist who earned a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from Al Quds University in 2009. He taught visual arts at Al Quds University between the years 2011 and 2013. He currently teaches visual arts at the Friends Boys School, while working as a freelance artist and art trainer at many cultural associations in Jerusalem.

From paintings that portray serenity to others that depict fury and frustrations, Joulani’s art is the outcome of a growing phase of exploration whereby he questions themes that he is passionate about; to mention a few, identity, space, freedom, love and hate.

Joulani received the Higher Education Award in 2007 and the 2nd prize for the Ismail Shammout Fine Arts Award, 2016. He is one of the founding members of the Visual Artists Club in Jerusalem.

Joulani participated in his first solo exhibition; Regular Day, Open gallery 3rd Edition at the Al Hoash Art Court in Jerusalem, Occupied Palestine (2016). He also participated in many local and international group exhibitions, including; Reviewing Jerusalem #2 Return, Qalandiya International 3rd edition, Al Hoash Art Court, Jerusalem, Occupied Palestine (2016); Sumoud, Ismail Shammout Award in Fine Arts, Diyar consortium, Bethlehem, Palestine (2016); Colors of Life, Zawyeh gallery, Ramallah, Palestine, (2014); Fes International Festival for Arts in Morocco (2013); Frau Museum, Bonn Germany (2013); Room of Hope, Diyar Consortium, United States (2011); and other participations in Egypt, Malaysia, Italy and the Netherlands.