Natasha Kohli is a first generation Indian-Colombian American artist whose work is largely inspired by her biracial identity, preserving the memories and narratives of her ancestors, and the aim to weave visual stories as a form of nonlinear healing.
Through multidisciplinary practices, she explores methods of emotion-based storytelling while seeking to manifest a more empathetic world.

Her work is a culmination of studying photography, filmmaking, music and dance.








email : natakohli@gmail.com










Press:


KQED:

https://www.kqed.org/arts/13857809/we-can-just-be-jagah-collective-creates-home-for-south-asian-artists


THE BUFFET SHOW:

https://soundcloud.com/user-206766785/usaaf-2019-showcase-artists-jagah-jadoo

GROUP STUDY:

https://www.groupstudy.co/natasha-dangond-honest-stories







Grants:

2019 Alternative Exposure  

2019 Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center’s Festival Showcase Award:
United States of Asian America  COLLECTIVE // MEMORIES

Recognition:

2018 Artist in Resident at California College of Arts - San Francisco, CA

2017 Chips Quinn Scholar - Nashville, TN

2017 Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards:
News Photography for El Tecolote - Second Place
Newspaper Photo Series for El Tecolote - First Place

2015 Honorable mention in Video Journalism - Journalism Association for Community Colleges State Competition

2015 Two Honorable Mentions in News Photography - Better Newspapers Contest sponsored by CNPA

2015 Multimedia Storytelling Workshop - Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, New Mexico.

2015 Film selection for the Bay Area Women in Film and Media Shorts Showcase

Selected Exhibitions:

2019 JAGAH // JADOO, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts - San Francisco, CA

2019 $1.25 : A Ticket for the Next Generation, Southern Exposure - 
San Francisco, CA

2018 Seven Sins, Book and Job Gallery - San Francisco, CA

2018 Green Book, Southern Exposure - San Francisco, CA

2018 7th Anniversary Show, Incline Gallery - San Francisco, CA

2017 Latino Life, Accion Latina - San Francisco, CA

2016 A Window to the World - City College of San Francisco, CA

2015 Sixteen 130, Rayko Photo Center - San Francisco, CA