Résumé Ashna Ahmed Dawlat
1969, grew up in Kurdistan Iraq
completed a 5-year art college in Kurdistan Iraq and has studies and worked
with sculpture and pottery as well as success in glass painting. She constantly
work to expand her professional skills in may techniques and medias.
moved to Sweden in 1994 and has worked as an art teacher for 16 years both in
Iraq and Sweden.
Ashna holds courses and Work Shop for Women and Children in Sweden.
1999-2000 she has illustrated 3 Kurdish child books in
1984-1989 Participated in
all joint exhibitions organized by the art college.
individual exhibitions in different places years 1984-1989.
1996 Gallery Dali in
Hudiksvall / Sweden..
house in Stockholm / Sweden.
Enebyberg library in Danderyd Municipality/ Sweden.
house in Falun Municipality/ Sweden.
Conference (Engineering House) Stockholm/ Sweden.
Some individual exhibitions in different places years
2011 Kista Fair/
Old tawn gallery in
2013 Kurdistan /Irak - Sulaymanya
2013 Kurdistan /Irak -
1998-2012 Husby art
gallery in Stockholm/ Sweden.
gallery in Vällingby/ Sweden..
2009 Haga park/ Sweden.
Gallery Ciricai/ Sweden.
2010 Haga park/ Sweden.
Customs House Museum in Haninge Municipality/ Sweden.
2010 Infra City/ Sweden.
2010 Skansen/ Sweden.
2011 New Delhi/ Indian.
2011 Solna Haga park/ Sweden.
2011 Chandigar/ Indian.
art gallery/ Sweden.
2012 Chandigar/ Indian
2012 ABF hus in Stockholm/
2012 Iraki culture center
2012 Jakobsberg art gallery/ Sweden
2013 Azerbaijan/ 3th Gabala international exhibition Syd Korea
2013 Turkey /Tarabzon 6 international women exhibition.
2010 Sweden/ Stockholm
2011 India /Darampor
art gallery/ Sweden
2013 Warso /Pollen
• Art teacher from (Fine Art Institute in Kurdistan
• Engineer in Sweden
Member of Iraqi art association in Stockholm
Tellus Arts International Art Association
Member of Uplands Väsby
the Association Art for children
Member of Lebanon and Franc international art
association Art for human.
Member of the Arab
and international arts organization from the
Arabian Gulf countries (Mada
Member of the
Swedish Artists Association