Last Friday we spread the word about Western Sahara and our project atCreativeMornings DUS. Thank you so much to all the people who came, were interested and donated that day! You will see your bricks end of march.
you can see more photos of the event here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
Or watch Dominique’s talk here (in german): https://youtu.be/zuW2PJABsXQ?t=1m7s
They say that the wait is always worth it, here are the last names of the amazing people who donated to finish our first brick project in the refugee camps. We are thankful to the artist Fico for having written the names and for his work with the young saharawi refugees in the art school Escuela Saharaui de Artes. The little girl you see in the picture is Teneza, we witnessed her birth one year and a half ago when her family had only one khaima. Now she has a room, where she can play and grow until she can cross the wall that separated her and her people from where she belongs: Western Sahara.
We had the pleasure to give a talk about the Wall Of Sand project and Western Sahara’s conflict during the international Art Festival Spielart in Munich. We are glad to have had the opportunity to get hundreds of people know about the saharawi people. (photos by Franziska Schrödinger)
Here is little Heybat contemplating the magical names that are making possible our first brick Project for Nanha’s family. If you want to be part of this and help to restore the dignity of the Sahrawi people that was stolen 40 years ago, support us by donating for more bricks and spread the word!
Aquí está el pequeño Heybat contemplando los nombres mágicos que están haciendo posible nuestra primera habitación para la familia de Nanha. Si quieres formar parte de esto y ayudar a restaurar la diginidad del pueblo saharaui que les fue arrebatada hace ya 40 años, ¡difunde la causa del pueblo saharaui!
Last week, at the Complutense University of Madrid (Comunication Faculty), Dominique and Sara gave a lecture about the Western Sahara’s conflict, our Wall of Sand project and about creativity as a tool to design society. Thank you for having us there!