Graffiti and Art of Activisim

By Ibrahim Fakhri

St. Andrews:

In front of Mansefield building University of St. Andrews, Market Street
Saturday 11 of April 11:00 to 13:00 (Free Admission)

Edinburgh:

George Square, next to Edinburgh University Library
Thursday 10 of April 11:00 to 13:00 (Free Admission)

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The Graffiti Art has played a major role in the activism movement in Syria since 2011.
Ibrahim Fakhri will discuss the art of activisim in Syria and encourge people to participate in order to make thier own pieces using stencils and spray.

Ibrahim Fakhri

is an Oxford-based Syrian artist and activist. Since the crisis in Syria, Ibrahim’s work has shifted from a focus on sculptures to his works of graffiti. He has exhibited the graffiti of the Syrian crisis in many venues in Britain and Europe, currently taking part in Disobedient Objects at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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