Ayham Ghraowi is a graphic designer and editor based in New York.
From 2017 to 2019, he was lecturer in Critical Practice at Yale School of Art, where he also served as the Assistant Dean for Research and Public Projects. As Assistant Dean, he developed Critical Practice as an emerging area of study, while also organizing new initiatives, workshops and programs as they related to all school, university, and broader cooperations, nationally and internationally. In 2018, he initiated the Yale School of Art Press for which he served as editor and art director for publications that included Sermon of the Nonresponse by Fred Moten.
In summer of 2019, alongside Byron Kim and Lisa Sigal in their inaugural year as co-directors, he joined as faculty at Yale Norfolk Summer School where he continues to develop curriculum and teach.
In addition to teaching, he directs an independent studio of collaborators that design and produce publications, digital applications and films. He was recently producer and the assistant director of Drill, a film by Hito Steyerl that premiered at Park Avenue Armory.
He is an editor of e-flux journal.