Nadine Faraj received her MFA degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2015, and in 2002 she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Montréal's Concordia University. During her time at Concordia, she received the Susan Levin-Woods Award and the Millenium Scholarship. In 2008, she also attended intensive courses in life and anatomical drawing at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. From 2002-2004 Faraj worked as an art instructor at the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts in Montréal, and from 2006-2008 she worked as an apprentice with the artist Yehouda Chaki. In 2008, Faraj was invited to participate in the Dubai International Art Symposium in Dubai, UAE. In 2009, her first public art installation dessins éphémères sparked the ongoing À LOUER project administered by UMA, La Maison de l’image et de la photographie in Montréal. Following this her work has been exhibited at Articule Gallery in Montréal (2009-10), the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont (2010), Nuit Blanche Toronto (2010), and the Joyce Yahouda Gallery in Montréal (2013). In 2015, her work was featured in the group exhibition Three Women: Nadine Faraj, Alonsa Guevara, Patty Horing at the Anna Zorina Gallery in New York City, and at Open Gallery in the exhibition Battle of the Masters, also in New York. Her paintings are part of several private collections in Montréal, New York, Dubai, Lyon, and elsewhere.