Refugee Art, Performance and Forced Migration

Jul 14, 2017, 09:32 AM

‘I think this painting is me and for all of the people who are looking for peace and with this painting I wanted to tell the world ‘listen to the silence of the human and don’t become this colour blue that is darkness’’ Parmis Vard

Welcome back to another edition of the MOAS Podcast. In this episode we’re exploring Refugee Art, Performance and Forced Migration.

We’re speaking to Refugee Hosts about a project using creative ways to bring host and refugee communities together in Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon. We’re also speaking to RESTART, a European enterprise supporting and promoting refugee artists to make a future in Europe.

Have you ever heard of Sriracha Hot Sauce? Make sure to listen to the end to find out about a campaign recognising refugees.

You can find a full transcript of this podcast on our website here: https://www.moas.eu/blog-podcast-11-art-forced-migration/

Refugee Hosts: https://refugeehosts.org/ RESTART: https://www.facebook.com/restartrocks/ Parmis Vard: http://bit.ly/2tlROg5 Manaf Attar: http://bit.ly/2upVzpR Kien Quan: http://bit.ly/2tQ1eE0

Made with the help of an EVS volunteer http://europa.eu/youth/volunteering/organisation/925407937_en

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