Hangama Obaidullah

A woman dressed ub black with a decorative white beaded necklace stands infant of a wall with street art painted on it.
Textured divide

Hangama is a multi-discipline artist specialising in painting, drawing, photography and writing. Hangama came to Australia from Afghanistan as a refugee in August 2003. She completed her High School certificate followed by a Bachelor of Writing from the University of Canberra.

Hangama has exhibited her work locally, nationally and internationally and she has worked actively as an advocate. 

Hangama’s artwork draws on her Afghan heritage, her homeland and its history. She espouses an aesthetic and philosophy of beauty, grace and community service. Her goal is to assist other women and children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, though visual arts practicing and writing. 

Hangama is part of our In House Program– a Cultural Access Program to lower the barriers for access to Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centre facilities for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse artists and makers.