I am a creative practitioner, a former migrant worker, and a founding member of ETA Empowerment Through Art.
In April 2017, I set up Empowerment Through Art (ETA) as an awareness and fund-raising campaign for grassroots communities and for aspiring artists. ETA provides art workshops and art therapy for distressed women victim-survivors of all forms of human rights violations, especially the migrant women workers all over the world.
Since 2018, ETA became a group of artists working voluntarily to address social issues through art. We collaborate with individuals, organizations, institutions to serve and empower people.
To empower people and communities through Art.
I want to develop my self as a leader and artist, so I can continue my mission as an artist.
Expressive art, art workshop, and connecting people.