Artistic Practice

Alongside my jewellery brand, I am a practicing artist. I create works of art works  by visually exploring the themes such as multiculturalism, displacement, Diaspora, reclamation and decolonisation. 
I also take on artistic commissions where I work with fashion brands, museums and organisations- If you have a collaboration or idea in mind please do get in touch:
Artist Residencies/ exhibitions:
Mother India Through a Creative Lens - Kala Phool - A commission to respond to Radha's Bangles in the Mother India film. 
Empowered Adornment- Arts Council Funded Project, exhibited at Derby Museum & Banks Mill Gallery.
Derby Quad- Maktab with Imran Qureshi 
AA2A residency at Derby University alongside research Kedleston Hall's Eastern Museum (National Trust)
Derby Museum- Jewellery pieces on display within the world collections gallery, as well as an instagram take over of the instalment.
 Lecturing, teaching and workshops:
Wearing our stories with Pride workshops for Loughborough University: '

Anisha lead 12 Loughborough University students through the process of creating their own piece of jewellery inspired by a family heirloom or piece of family history. The course entailed learning how to visually conceptualise and design a piece beginning with mood boards, followed by basic jewellery making skills (with a focus on laser cut jewellery components) and assemblage.'

Visiting lecturer as Staffordshire University on the 3D designer maker course which included- 3D body sculpture workshops.
Jewellery making workshops- A series of jewellery making workshops for adults with mental health and learning difficulties for Artcore UK.