Breaking from our usual format. We decided to show case the work our Micro Interns from Oxford University generated for us.They each took ownership of a decade (well actually 2 - workaholics or what?☺️) from 1930’s to the 2010’s. They each picked an artist from each decade who made our lives beautiful using art.
They dug up artists like Kinan Azmeh, Kevork Mourad, Mersiha Mesihoivc, Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, Hong Dam, Eva Jiřičná, Robert Vas, Eva Frankfurther and Josef Herman. Have a read and learn more about them.
This month we marked world refugees week by highlighting how 3 artists who went through the refugee experience. They picked themselves up and changed our lives - Freddy Mercury, Iman & Wyclef Jean. Our volunteers from Oxford University are working on a refugees stories project. Our Forbes Women contributor worked with one of our volunteers and published an article. Lucia Colella our undiscovered artist gives 50% of her earnings with us. More here.
Artists have been big supporters of the refugees. Over the last 4 decades they have raised funds for them. Here are three former refugees who have made our lives beautiful. Freddy Mercury, Iman & Wyclef Jean. Learn more about them and don't forget to tell your friends and family about them as well.
This is our first team of Micro Interns from Oxford University. They are working with Jackie Abramian - a Forbes Contributor. And Beccy Mack - our ...
We are celebrating the contribution our volunteers make during Volunteering Week 2021. Join us!
- Zombies have taken over the underworld.
- They have replaced the vampires 🧛 & werewolves 🐺
- They are now taking over the rest of the world
Arts4refugees volunteering program - Anam has spent the last 3 months volunteering with us
We support communities on 4 different continents with their Sustainable Development Goals. Have a read and don't forget to share it if you like it. 🙂
Think of a story that brought you to tears or the image that captured your imagination. Think of how your life has changed since. This is the power of art. This is why art needs to be made more widely available. Ensuring this power of social change is available to all of us. This is the arts4refugees mission. Learn more about our support for undiscovered local artists below.