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South Asian Queens Podcast
Rupinder Birk, founder of South Asian Queens, launched a open space to discuss taboo topics within the South Asian community. Rupinder’s intent was to create a sense of community. The space grew exponentially, which urged Rupinder to expand SAQ across the podcast platform. In December 2021, Rupinder commissioned me to create the podcast artwork. The podcast continues to share the SAQ’s ethos, with the support of special guests and sponsors such as ‘pink ladoo’ and ‘dilmil.’
All the Mothers Day Cards can be found on the RCEW website. All the profits will be donated to the charity. The donations will continue to support existing forms of help, such as providing an ‘independent sexual violence advisor,’ who will assist in court and criminal justice processes. It will also be used to help maintain all platforms of contact (national helpline) and training. RCEW proactively improves their services by listening to the needs of women who have faced any form of sexual abuse.
Product of Culture
'Product of Culture' launched a table book, featuring over 120 artworks from diaspora + immigrant South Asian artists from around the world.
J'aipur Contemporary Exhibition
J’aipur Contemporary is the first online art gallery dedicated solely to presenting works by women of Eastern heritage.
Brown Sugar Podcast
Content creator, Pranjal and author Malavika created the 'Brown Sugar Podcast' which explores themes such as feminism, sexuality and dating within the South Asian Community.
Desiblitz Magazine Article
Desiblitz is the UK's leading British Asian web magazine. In December 2021, I featured in the 5 Top Contemporary British Asian Artists to Explore.