Unity through collaborative painting in the heart of Central London
Distinguished artist Siddiqa Jumas will bring together people from different ethnic and religious groups and co-create an English meadow on a wall in the London Borough of Southwark. While members of the public will be painting their own flowers, the overriding message is that we are stronger as a united society, even where people have sought to divide.
Community arts event for women of Kampung Kecil in Jakarta
Micro Galleries will bring together international- and local artists and women of local kampung in Jakarta for a painting event. Aim is to focus on female empowerment and the significant role of women within the kampungs and giving them a canvas and paint to raise voice and claim their presence in the society.
Integration refugees in Danish community
Brumleby, a center for children in the multi-ethnic district of Holstebro, aims to contribute to the well-being of refugee children. A Let’s Colour event at the center will help facilitate the interaction between the refugees and local residents and increase cultural awareness, inclusion and tolerance in the area, also known as a “Clean city ghetto”.
Adding colour to Kajugaswatta Central College in Sri Lanka
The students and the local community of Kajugaswatta Central College aim to bring more color and hope into their surroundings after serious floods in Ratnapura. Youth from different religious groups will together paint a wall to build friendship and tolerance between themselves overcoming the feud from the past.