Local Syrian civil society organization, Kesh Malek, in its mission to further awareness and advocacy surrounding the Syrian conflict, started a media campaign called the Syria Banksy project. Within this project, local volunteers planned and organized graffiti murals, based off of London artist and social commentator Banksy, reflecting on current events while tying in the Syrian conflict.
One such installment was a message of solidarity for the Sudan uprisings and protests early this year.
This is part two of a three part video series focused on the Kesh Malek campaign.
Mon, Aug 5, 2019
Perhaps, it is unsurprising then, that political posters and street art became so ubiquitous in the Syrian Revolution. The regimes of the Middle East knew the political potential for art. For this reason, it has always been closely monitored.
SyriaSource by Natasha Hall
Thu, Sep 12, 2019
A local Syrian civil society organization, Kesh Malek, is focused on supplying humanitarian aid and services to Syrians throughout Syria. One of its successful media campaigns this year is the Syria Banksy project.
SyriaSource by Rana Riziq