Sketches of Oppression: A Free Exhibit Featuring Children’s Drawings From Burma and Sudan

by | Aug 11, 2015

Sketches of Oppression is a one-day free exhibit featuring powerful drawings from Burmese children and displaced Darfuris in Chad. The drawings will be available for viewing from 10:00 to 17:00 on Friday 14 August at the Ertegun House, 37A St. Giles’ in Oxford.

This event is being sponsored by Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust, WagingPeace and ERTEGUN (Oxford University, Graduate Scholarship Programme in the Humanities).

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