Fine Art Judge Aisha Abdul-Rahman

Aisha Abdul-Rahman

Aisha Abdul Rahman is a dynamic figure in the world of art and heritage preservation. As the founder of Legacy Designs Studio, an innovative art gallery hosted in the virtual realm of Second Life, Aisha’s work bridges the gap between traditional art forms and cutting-edge technology. Her journey has led her to explore the intersection of art, culture, and heritage in immersive virtual worlds.

Aisha’s academic background includes a Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree with a specialization in heritage preservation. Her unique focus on creating virtual worlds for preservation sets her apart in the art community, where she seeks to redefine how we experience and engage with art and cultural heritage.

Aisha’s impact extends beyond the virtual realm. Her project management and curation skills were put to the test during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic when she worked as a Project Manager and Curator for the Sacramento.Shop Project at the Atrium 916. Her dedication to fostering creativity and supporting local artists made her a standout figure in the Sacramento arts scene.

Aisha’s commitment to the arts community is further evident through her volunteer work with the Creativity+ Podcast and her appearances at the Sacramento Creative Economy Meetings. In addition to her virtual endeavors, she serves as the Archivist for the Sojourner Truth Museum in Sacramento, California, preserving and promoting the rich cultural heritage of African Americans.

Aisha Abdul Rahman is a visionary leader, a champion of heritage preservation, and a dynamic force in the world of art and culture. Her work continues to inspire and transform the way we experience and cherish our artistic and historical treasures.

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