Aliyah Sidqe is an artist, activist and educator.  Aliyah is a self taught artist who strongly believes in the power ofart and expression.  She noticed at a young age that there was/is a lack of accurate and positive images of people who look like her. Out of this realization, Aliyah began to make it her mission to be intentional about empowering people of color through her art.  Aliyah began to gain more and more passion for art which led to her first exhibition show , “New Power Generation” in 2014, curated and hosted by artist, Milton Bowens.  She has continued to feature her work in Galleries such as The Brickhouse, Sol Collective, and 1810 with the intention to have her own gallery.


Oak Ridge Elementary

4501 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd


Washington Elementary 

520 18th St, Sacramento, CA


Jack Davis Park

4047 43rd St, Sacramento Ca


Grocery Outlet 

2308 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento


Roberts Family Development Center

Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento CA


Union Boxing and Yoga

3400 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento


Sky High Sports

11327 Folsom Blvd, Rancho Cordova


Opera Alley

1618 Opera Alley, Sacramento


Capitol Floats

3513 Broadway, Sacramento




Chitlin Circuit/ BrickHouse Art Gallery

January 2015

Group Show

New Power Generation/Del Paso Works

August 2014

Group Show

Adversus/ Sol Collective

July 2016

Group Show

Future Shock / WAL Artist Lofts

June 2017

Group Show

Student Show/ Kaneko Gallery

May 2018

Group Show

Color Waves / 1810 Gallery

July 2018

Group Show

And the Beat Goes On / Brickhouse Art Gallery 

Febuary 2020

Solo Show

Gather Together In Our Name / Faith McKinney Gallery

August 2021

Group Show


President’s Award/ Kaneko Gallery

May 2018