Amna Siddiqui firmly believes that everyone has the right to access, understand, and appreciate the objects they are looking at, living in, or sitting on. Her long-term goals include making art and design appealing to a wider audience. Amna’s background is in Art History, English, and Technology. She has been a fellow at the non-profit, America: Now and Here, and worked for organizations like the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Surface magazine. Before coming to D-Crit, Amna worked as a producer for an interactive agency and as a social media consultant. Her writing has appeared in Surface, Curbed NY, and Flavorwire. In her spare time, Amna enjoys painting, visiting museums, attempting to cook, and cruising through New York City as an ambitious pedestrian.