Graffiti, Art and Protest in Iran – Part of Journeys Festival International 2020

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Graffiti, Art and Protest in Iran – Part of Journeys Festival International 2020

28 September — 4 October 2020 Entrance is free

Graffiti, Art and Protest in Iran by Parham Ghalamdar and Limina Immersive is a virtual experience that recreates the water channel where the ELF crew made their work. As audiences navigate the space they will examine the street art created by Parham and his crew and hear the story behind its creation and destruction in Parham’s own words.

Where to go near Graffiti, Art and Protest in Iran – Part of Journeys Festival International 2020

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White Cloth Hall

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Manchester
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