A'shua Imran (b. 1986) is a Singaporean artist working primarily in the medium of painting and performance. He graduated from LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore) with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art (Goldsmiths, UK) in 2014, and has since presented his works in Singapore, The Netherlands, Egypt, South Africa and Spain.
Currently, Imran is the artistic director of Mural Lingo, a creative enterprise that works at the intersection of arts and technology and Artwalk Singapore, an educational platform that focuses on street art in Singapore. Imran has worked with organisations and institutions such as Google, National University Singapore, World Wildlife Fund – Singapore and many others. In 2017, he participated in a 10 week long artist-in-residence programme in Johannesburg, South Africa to conceptualise a public artwork.
Since 2014, Imran has given talks and ran workshops in educational institutions such as LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore), GEMS World Academy (Singapore), Wits School of Art (Johannesburg, South Africa), and Carmarthen School of Art, (Wales, U.K.). In 2018, he was a Mentor at Young Singaporeans Conference organised by Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS, and was interviewed by BBC Outlook in 2019 to share his experiences as an artist and creative director in Singapore.
He is currently based in Singapore & actively involved in local and international projects.