As we all know, these are troubling times in our nation and politics. It is all the more relevant to bring these issues to light in a contemporary way. See how Aleytina Kakhidze from Ukraine has spoken out about political secrets. She is smart, humorous and thoughtful and will delight you with her video performance piece on display for the Global Arts Festival. Also come to the gallery to find out how we translated her mural into our own political statement. Get a ticket for March 18 to celebrate Aleytina and Ukraine.
@truealevtina sent us this great video of her personal timeline of the war in Ukraine, told through her and her mother's experiences. #InternationalMuralByMail #international #collaboration #Ukraine
A very exciting #InternationalMuralByMail update from @truealevtina in Ukraine: Alevtina is working on a personal timeline of the war in Ukraine based on the experiences of herself and her late mother, and sent us this preview... #Ukraine #international #Collaboration
Alevtina Kakhidze, our wonderful collaborator in Ukraine, will be live-streaming her work on the #InternationalMuralbyMail tonight, 9pm-12pm October 1st Pacific time! She will be drawing a timeline of the war in Ukraine since 2014. Join to see her work and ask questions, in chat or in person!
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9pm-12pm PST // 7am-10am Kyiv time // 6am-9am GMT // 12pm-3am EST
See our recent interview with Alevtina here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP81fI4aK0w
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Now up: letterbox interview with Alevtina Kakhidze, our collaborator in Ukraine for the #InternationalMuralbyMail! Alevtina talks about the drawing we sent her and her work documenting her mother’s experience of the war
Alevtina will be live-streaming her work on the #InternationalMuralbyMail tomorrow night, 9pm-12pm October 1st Pacific time!
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Now announcing another collaboration with the amazing Alevtina Kakhidze in Ukraine. Alevtyna came to our attention for the work she was doing documenting her mother's life in the eastern region controlled by Russian-backed fighters, who then tragically died in one of the 'killer queues' at the frontline. (See this BBC article: https://www.bbc.co.uk/…/resources/idt-sh/the_killer_queues_….) Her work is full of social commentary and history and we can't wait to learn more about her perspective on the world.
International Mural by Mail updates
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