Bait Alnisa; House of females, Dedicated to Sudanese female art.

  • From Sketchbook to Canvas: Asma Siddig’s Artistic Evolution

    From Sketchbook to Canvas: Asma Siddig’s Artistic Evolution

    Interview by Renad Abdelhakam هذه المقالة متوفرة باللغة العربية بالأسفل Asma Siddig is a talented Sudanese artist who has captured the hearts of many with her beautiful and thought-provoking paintings. Her unique style and use of vibrant colours have garnered widespread attention, but what sets her apart is her ability to bring to life human […]


  • 4 Sudanese female entrepreneurs to look out for

    4 Sudanese female entrepreneurs to look out for

    In a recent media report published by Nauur media, the female led company stated that only 8% of business owners in Sudan are females while only 3% of them are in senior management positions. The art world is no different when it comes to male dominance, however, many female led initiatives, small businesses and ventures […]


  • Innovation in art: behind the locally manufactured Jeju paints

    Innovation in art: behind the locally manufactured Jeju paints

    Written by: Muram Shaheen “I feel I’m more than an artist. I’m an instructor, influencer, and motivational artist. I have had this artistic sense from an early age, and I’ve always been interested in handcrafts, handmade arts, and fine arts in general.” Nisreen Mahmoud, artist, entrepreneur and founder of Jeju paints – a local business […]


  • Khartoum’s latest female art studio

    Khartoum’s latest female art studio

    Today at Bait AlNisa, we will be featuring a great Artist and a women of strong will who made her dream come true by establishing an art studio in the capital of Sudan, Khartoum.Started her art journey in primary school in Moscow, at the age of six, Artist Rayan Khalil started working with watercolors. To […]