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1. Anti-War Art

We went in search of art inspired by Russia's War on Ukraine. Here's what we found.

Tags: posters, dissent, art, war
2. A Flag that Rocks

The governor of Samara Oblast enlisted the help of students to create a 200-foot-long Russian tricolor out of painted stones for Russian Flag Day.

Tags: art, youth, government, patriotism
3. "Flowers for Hope": Healing or Harming?

Ukrainian and American artists launch the project "Flowers for Hope" to encourage hope and support humanitarian funds in Ukraine.

Tags: NFT, humanitarian, mural, war in ukraine, Ukraine, art
4. Life Impacts Art

Two female Russian artists discuss how their life and work has been impacted by Russia's Ukraine War.

Tags: emotional experience, psychology, war in ukraine, war in ukraine, anti-war, dissidence, protest, artists, art
5. Artistic Apoliticality

Russian event promoters have begun requiring artists to promise that they won't include political statements in their performances.

Tags: war in ukraine, dissent, art, music
6. With Mouths Sewn Shut

Art is a powerful realm for protest. The Ukraine War has inspired a new wave of brave works.

Tags: feminism, women, protest, dissent, art
7. Golden Mask of Support

Ksenia Sorokina gives her Golden Mask award to jailed anti-war activist Sasha Skochilenko.

Tags: awards, theater, art, war in ukraine
8. Signed, a Foreign Agent

Artist Daria Apakhonchich illustrated her quarterly report to the Ministry of Justice with her thoughts about the war in Ukraine. 

Tags: russian military, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine, ministry of justice, art
9. Spot the Difference

Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi is creating pieces of art comparing the Ukraine she knew in childhood and the war-riddled Ukraine we see today.

Tags: human rights, artist, art, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
10. Pysanky for Peace

Ukrainian Easter pysanky are a colorful symbol of peace and prosperity. As the country resists Russian aggression, there are ways to support Ukrainian pysanka makers, learn to decorate your own Easter egg, or join a local event to learn about this unique tradition.

Tags: traditions, folk art, art, charity, easter, Ukraine

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