The photo exhibition in London to raise money for GoCamp

//The photo exhibition in London to raise money for GoCamp

For two days, just by visiting the photo exhibition, the Londoners can become the witnesses of the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine and help to raise money for the GoCamp programme.

The photo exhibition “Revolution of Dignity! (Kiev; Post-Soviet, Post-Revolution)” will take place on the 22nd-23rd February, at The Depot, 38 Upper Clapton Road, London E5 8BQ. The private view is on 22nd 6pm-10pm. 23rd is open to the public from 4pm-9.30pm. Ticket sale is going out this week.

The exhibition is in collaboration with UK organization Faces in Focus, to raise money for the GoCamp project. An NGO funded volunteer programme which is also supported by British Council, the British Embassy in Ukraine and the London Office of EBRD, GoCamp hosts educational camps for Ukrainian youth, to increase communication between Ukraine and the rest of the world. For the last two years, almost hundred Brits volunteered for GoCamp, including the Ambassador of the UK to Ukraine and the Director of the British Council in Ukraine.

“Revolution of Dignity! (Kiev; Post-Soviet, Post-Revolution)” is a group exhibition by photographers from across Europe, showcasing the events of Ukraine’s Maidan Revolution as they unfurled. The photographs capture the hope and community spirit, as well as the violence and loss that occurred after government-hired snipers open fired at protestors.

Marking Maidan’s four-year anniversary, the exhibition invites the viewer to reflect on the period, and see how Kiev’s young activists are still keeping the movement going, several years on.

Tickets available here!

For the detailed information:
Dom Culverwell