Ashmina Lamichhane* (b.1999, Kowloon, Hong Kong) is a British-Nepali social designer and researcher based in London.

Grounded in indigenous collectivist-based practices, she holds fostering dialogues with(in) communities as a fundamental part in anticolonial design pedagogy. Her research dissects themes surrounding: identity, culture, indigenous craft and feminism.

Taking on roles as a facilitator, graphic designer, collaborator, journalistactivist and photographer she aspires to bridge cultures and archive the diasporic experience.


MA Visual Communication — Royal College of Art, 2022 - 2023
BA (Hons) Graphic Design — Kingston University, 2018 - 2021
Foundation Art & Design Diploma — University for the Creative Arts, 2017-2018

Exhibited in

RCA2023, Kengsinton — 2023
Mish Mash, Dray Walk Gallery — 2021
PRINTed E.I.N.A, University Gallery Barcelona — 2018
The Annual National Students’ Art Exhibition, Mall Galleries — 2017

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*Preferred name is Ashmina Rana