Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution

25 November 2016, 6.30pm – 8pm


Don Karl, aka Stone, is a cultural activist, graffiti writer, and author/co-editor of seminal book on Egyptian street art, Walls of Freedom – a powerful portrayal of the first three years of the Egyptian revolution that began in January 2011. Stone explores the impact of murals and street-based activism on the nature and progression of this historic uprising, and the legacy of these images in Egypt's creative and cultural psyche. Join him to hear about a journey that led him to co-author the world's first banned graffiti book.

Don't miss the related exhibitions Fighting Walls + a rebel scene.

Admission: FREE
Age range: All are welcome


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Image credit: Omar Fathy aka Picasso, Illi Kalif Ma Matsh (third instalment), photo by Hassan Emad Hassan


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