Photo by Sarah Goldstein
Catherine Siravantha is a young creator based in Asheville, NC with experiences in multi-medium art forms, exploring concepts of identity, femininity, and connectivity with oneself as well as between others. She attempts to combine her passions for social change and the degradation of societal norms with her artwork.
Outside of her own work, she has experiences working professionally in film and TV production. She also has experiences working with various advocacy and empowerment organizations such as Behavioral Health Awareness Coalition, Bridge Refugee Service, Reproductive Health Uganda, and Children's Defense Fund with hopes in joining media and art forms with advocacy and empowerment.
More is in progress.
Design and Art Assistant, Big Coat Media
Bachelor of Arts, Cinema Studies, 2019
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2019
Maggie Award, 2019 Handheld Film Festival
Featured in Femissance 2019 for "lengths" held at The Birdhouse Community Center
Curated "Stigmas and Struggles: Artistic Conceptualizations Related to Behavioral Health" held at the University of Tennessee
Handheld Film Festival 2019 at the Knoxville Museum of Art, "personas"
Handheld Film Festival 2019 at the Knoxville Museum of Art, "lengths"
Handheld Film Festival 2017 at the University of Tennessee, "conformity"