Drawing for Reflection and Resilience by Migrants in Culture

A draw­ing exer­cise by Migrants in Cul­ture, shared dur­ing their work­shop What are we design­ing to replace borders?

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How do we sustain the energy to mobilise and stand in solidarity?

Migrants in Culture often use drawing to make banners and placards. It can also be used as a way to process feelings and get back in our bodies.

This drawing kit was designed for reflection and resilience for all who are working towards a free Palestine.

Find a quiet moment, find a loved one, and use whatever materials you have to hand. Draw in any way that feels right to you and use any languages you speak.

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What are we designing to replace borders?
was part of Communities of Resistance, a programme of events by dhaqan collective for the West of England Visual Arts Alliance (WEVAA), a three year programme of activity that aims to transform Bristol and the West of England into a place where the visual arts can thrive, providing critical opportunities and support to enable artists, curators and young people to develop their careers and achieve their potential. Find out more about the programme and opportunities here.