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Colours at MICAR film festival in Porto

The Colours of a Journey has joined SOS Racism to organize an exhibition at the 5th edition of the MICAR film festival. MICAR is a festival with a strong anti-racism focus and it is committed to stand in solidarity with those that are made silenced and invisible. This year, MICAR coincided with the 50th anniversary

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COJ celebrating World Refugee Day in Croatia and Hungary

Drawings from Coj have been exhibited in Budapest during the World refugee day 2018. Our friends from MiraDoor – Open Doors Hungary have decided to make an open air exhibition in Ferenc Park. The drawings were accompanied with other activities such as the Human Library with refugees, intercultural games for children and the acoustic concert

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World Refugee Day: presentation of Colours of a Journey in Cambridge

As part of the world wide refugee week, Colours of a Journey was presented at a symposium in Cambridge UK, on the topic Refugee Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities in Creative Practice Research. Organised by Anglia Ruskin University’s StoryLab, Migrant Studies Group, and the Cambridge City of Sanctuary, the symposium aimed to create a networking opportunity

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Exhibition and event in Uppsala, Sweden. Colours of a Journey is expanding!

A   group of Master students of Euroculture at Uppsala University (Sweden) initiated a collaboration with Colours of a Journey in order to bring the nomadic exhibition to Scandinavia and get an entirely new audience acquainted with the organisation. The exhibition, entitled The Power of Drawings: Between Refuge and Home, took place from the 7th to

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Workshop on Memory of Migration organized by Colours of a Journey

The Colours of a Journey collective has organized a three-day intensive and inspiring event on memories of migration that was held at the University of Groningen.  We have discussed the possibilities for memory of migration -in the context of human mobility- to be visually represented, digitally shared and politically used. The workshop, titled “Visual Memories

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Upcoming workshop: “Visual Memories of Migration – Colours of a Journey as a Counter-narrative to Europe’s Refugee Crisis”

Colours of a Journey team is organizing a workshop in Groningen, the Netherlands! It will take place on the 15th and 16th of May, at the University of Groningen. Below you can check all the information and program!   Visual Memories of Migration – Colours of a Journey as a Counter-narrative to Europe’s Refugee Crisis

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Continuing the journey in Croatia – recent activities by Udruga Balkon

As more structures throughout Europe join Colours of a Journey, Udruga Balkon, our partner organisation in Croatia, has extended its activities in Zagreb and Kutina – two cities with migrant reception centers. In addition to the initial exhibitions held in public libraries, Dugave and Travno, Udruga Balkon has continued exhibiting the drawings of migrant children

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Croatia has become highly involved with Colours of a Journey – Workshops and exhibitions are now taking place in Zagreb

Thanks to the collaboration of Udruga Balkon, an NGO from Zagreb, we can announce that two new workshops and exhibitions are underway in Croatia! The two workshops took place in the Hotel Porin and in Kutina Reception Centre, on the 2nd and 19th of December, respectively. The artwork done by the refugee children in these workshops has

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Colours of a Journey has been included in the beautiful book “Letters to Europe: Refugee Women write”

We are glad to announce that the presentation of the book “Letters to Europe: Refugee Women Write” took place in Brussels on September 21, 2017!   One of its facilitators has written about his experience with the book and the inclusion of Colours of a Journey project. Here you can check the text about the

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Pilot exhibition. Artwork by refugee children on display in the Netherlands

The Colours of a Journey project was displayed as a physical exhibition for the first time in Groningen, the Netherlands. Organised by a group of MA Euroculture students at the University of Groningen, the project was displayed at two different events in the city. Both exhibitions were free events co-organised with Amnesty International. On the

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