Nepali designer Arpana Rayamajhi makes it to The New York Times 30 under 30
KATHMANDU - Nepali designer Arpana Rayamajhi based in New York has made it to The New York Times 30 under 30. Arpana was born and raised in Kathmandu. She received her BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art, focusing primarily on Painting and Sculpture. She founded her jewelry brand formerly known as ArpanaJewels in the summer of 2014.
The New York Times is running a series titled ‘The New York Times 30 Under 30’, which features people under the age of 30 who have been experimenting with new forms of work, play, community, and creation.
She is known for her artwork and jewelry practices and is also the co-founder of DISPOSE, an online magazine collection of disposable photographs.
Her designs can be checked at http://www.arpanarayamajhi.com/.
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