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Ashna Siriram

Ashna Siriram

Ashna Siriram (1983) is born in Surinam and has roots in India. As a social worker, she is specialised in cultural diversity and women empowerment. She mostly works with aquarel, acryl, and clay.

Ashna is part of the Open Atelier community and took part in the exhibition Proud Aliens (30 Jul-22 Aug 2021) at Framer Framed.

We asked what art means to Ashna and how she feel about the collaboration between i-psy Arts and Framer Framed.

“There are always elements of yourself incorporated in making art. Creating brings me in contact with myself. The Open Atelier has a great community with strong and supportive people.”


Exhibitions


Exhibition: Proud Aliens

A colourful exhibition by Framer Framed's Open Atelier

Agenda


Finissage: Proud Aliens
Music, food, drinks and henna to celebrate the last day of the group show
Opening: Proud Aliens & QUEER
Exhibition opening of Framer Framed's Open Atelier and a new public installation by United Painting: QUEER