Tanha: Vice President of Network Development and Operations,
Satori World Medical, Inc. and founder of Studio
was a great year for Naimeh Tanha. She collaborated with several community
focused organizations in greater San Diego and Los Angeles areas promoting
art. She had the privilege of having some private shows and supporting
artists who through their heart-felt desire managed to inspire many
in hospitals, schools, local libraries, and street festivals through
a firm committed to integrating healing music and art into the health
care system. As a board member of Synergy Art Foundation and Transformational
Art Therapy (TAT), she actively participated and supported fundraising
events aimed to support many. Funds raised by Synergy Art Foundation
helps artists who need emergency funds as well as providing after school
art programs in inner city schools in Los Angeles through TAT.
#1 What is your highlight Visual art experience from the last year?
"In March of 2008, I had the good fortune to tour Berlin and Paris
and met several amazing artists such as Robyn Olin, who opened her musical
in Paris during my stay, and Dennis O'Conner, a brilliant Irish sculpture
and professor at Darby University in London. "
#2 What is your vision of the future of the Visual arts for San Diego?
#2 "I am humbled and honored to find my portrait which is beautifully
painted by Crol among those who truly move and shake San Diego's art
scene. I remain committed to continue with my efforts to support any
and all programs and events, which will raise awareness about art and
its power to change and heal. Thank you for the opportunity."