Category: Art-ctivism

Nonkilling Arts Research Committee Letter: Vol. 3, N. 4 (Jul-Aug 2019)

Nonkilling Arts Research Committee Letter: Vol. 3, N. 4 (Jul-Aug 2019) Bimestrially sent from our site: Nonkilling.org. “Nonkilling art explores the spirit and practice of how to prevent, respond to, and to improve individual, social, and global well-being beyond killing.” —Glenn D. Paige Dear NKARC members and friends, Grateful thanks for your thoughtful contributions on the Nonkilling arts. As always,...

“Finding the Last Flower”: the answer of the Iranian artist Lida Sherafatmand to ‘Shock Doctrines’

From 1st to 7th July 2019 in La Biennale di Venezia, the Iranian-born artist Lida Sherafatmand will display “Finding the Last Flower”, an exhibition where she answers the shocking but unavoidable daily news -using examples of atrocious ISIS attacks-, the “new normal” violence in videogames and striking PR campaigns, with blossoming and voluptuous flowers. The exhibition aims to show the...

The woman fighting for the arts amid conflict in Yemen By Saeed Al Batati

We meet one young Yemeni artist who’s working hard to change the perception of modern art in her conservative hometown, while struggling to raise funds for a flailing creative scene Abeer Al Hadrami wants to bring her paintings to the world through international art events. Photh by Saeed Al Batati We meet one young Yemeni artist who’s working hard to change...

Peace and hope in a South Korean art village

  Less than an hour’s drive from Seoul, an art scene is flourishing near the border between the ROK and the DPRK. At first glance, Heyri Art Village is a picturesque day-trip destination for city dwellers to get away from the hustle and bustle. #Peninsula

Call for artworks, Art For Peace

ISLAMABAD, May 13 (APP):Asia Peace Film Festival (APFF) is bringing together a large number of artists from all over the country in an exhibition “Art for Peace” to strength the plural, diverse and inclusive identity of Quetta from June 17 to 19. This exhibition aims to open a creative contemporary space for artists from Pakistan, to share their thoughts on...

Capitalist Art and Hollywood Superheroes

Ever walked out of a cinema wondering what just happened, both in the movie and to your brain cells? What happened to film, and art and other things capitalism likes to devour. 7 May 2019 – We often hear about the role of (postmodern) capitalism in widening inequality, compromising elections and democracy, depressing wages and compensating for this with cheap goods,...

Top Rwandan vocalist, cultural music icon Cécile aims to preserve and archive the cultural heritage

During her Easter Sunday “Igitaramo”, a get-together with close friends and Rwandan culture lovers, Cecile Kayiremba emphasized on her vision to preserve and archive the Rwandan cultural heritage; music, dance and poetry through Ceka I Rwanda, a non-profit organization founded by her in Belgium in 1996. According to her, an important work has to be done to preserve the Rwandan...

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE: Pour publication immediate

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE Pour publication immediate Goma, le 29 Mars 2019. Vernissage ce lundi 1er Avril de l’installation photo – vidéo Transcend d’une dizaine d’artistes congolais à l’Université de Pennsylvanie, aux États-Unis. Cette première américaine aura lieu pendant la commémoration du 30e conférence PHENND sur le thème Trauma institutions d’ancrage. Transcend est le résultat d’un atelier à Goma (Juin 2017)...

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