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The Schisto Refugee Camp’s Colourful Street Art Project, Greece 2018

March 21, 2018

AptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art) is a non-governmental, not for profit organisation set up to promote awareness and prevention of issues affecting children’s lives. AptART are back again with another worthy street art project in a refugee camp in Greece called “Coexisting in colour”. Greece is the gateway to Europe for most refugees crossing […]

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Ernesto Maranje, The Rhino and the Oxpecker, Street Art Mural, Paint Outside The Lines Lebanon 2017. Photo Credit Selina Miles

Ernesto Maranje’s Street Art Mural The Rhino and the Oxpecker in Lebanon, 2017

August 13, 2017

Awareness and Prevention Through Art aptART are back again with ‘Paint outside the lines’, an international street art campaign, highlighting the importance of inclusive and diverse communities. Last year we saw the project with Ernesto Maranje in Portland. This year aptART launched ‘Paint Outside The Lines’ project in Lebanon, working with youth from Syria, Palestine and Lebanon together to paint walls […]

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Ernesto Maranje, Bear with cub street art mural, Iraq 2017. Photo credit aptART

Ernesto Maranje reminds us we all have a homeland in our parents, Iraq 2017

June 1, 2017

aptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art) is a non-governmental, not for profit organisation set up to promote awareness and prevention of issues affecting children’s lives. aptART are back again with another worthy street art project in Iraq, with support from UNHCR Iraq and Qandil. In the lead up to World Refugee Day, aptART are painting in different […]

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Ernesto Maranje, Street Art Deer, Iraq 2017. Photo Credit aptART

Street Artist Ernesto Maranje brings his colourful animals to Iraq, 2017

May 29, 2017

aptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art) is a non-governmental, not for profit organisation set up to promote awareness and prevention of issues affecting children’s lives. aptART are back again with another worthy street art project in Iraq, with support from UNHCR Iraq and Qandil. Iraq has experienced decades of displacement, yet the people continue unwavering hospitality […]

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Jonathan Darby, Street Art Mural, Jordan Photo Credit aptART

Recap of Thought Provoking Street Art Murals in 2016

January 1, 2017

Street art can promote conversation and highlight social, political and environmental issues and has always been a powerful platform to convey messages to the masses. Check out the street art murals brought to us in 2016 that promote injustices and inspire hope for our future… JANUARY Banksy was busy at the start of the year this time […]

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Ernesto Maranje, Paint outside the lines project, Portland. Photo credit aptART

Street artist Ernesto Maranje paints outside the lines in Portland, 2016

October 6, 2016

Awareness and Prevention Through Art aptART are back again with another worthy street art project titled ‘Paint outside the lines’, an international street art campaign, highlighting the importance of inclusive and diverse communities. While past ‘Paint Outside the Lines’ projects have focused on communities in conflict-affected areas, the developing racism and fear mongering in the U.S has compelled […]

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GraffitiStreet Presents Underground London 2016 Show

GraffitiStreet Presents ‘Underground 2016’ London

September 19, 2016

Last years GraffitiStreet ‘Underground 2015‘ saw hundreds of you attend our urban art group show and hang out with some seriously rad street artists in the urban art scene. The group show brought together a diverse mixture of artworks, live painting on the night of which the artworks have recently been auctioned in aid of Streets of London charity and an impressive 4ft Big Trash […]

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Ernesto Maranje. Art United Us. Kiev. Photo credit Вадим Булик

Interview with Street Artist Ernesto Maranje

September 8, 2016

Ernest Maranje is a Miami based painter and illustrator who discovered his passion for art at the age of 27. His murals fuses all forms of nature, such as animals and flowers, resulting in beautifully painted murals… reminding us that we are all nature and should respect it. The need to be reminded of Nature on a large […]

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Ernesto Maranje, Street Art, Jordan

Street artist Ernesto Maranje brings his colourful animals to Jordan, 2016

April 15, 2016

Awareness and Prevention Through Art (aptART) is a non-governmental, not for profit organisation set up to promote awareness and prevention of issues affecting children’s lives. AptART is an organisation of artists, activists and educators engaging vulnerable children in art. Through workshops and murals youth are empowered with an outlet to express themselves, build awareness and […]

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Rustam Qbic, Kiev Ukraine Photo © ArtUnitedUs

ArtUnitedUs using Street Art to Promote Peace across the World

March 25, 2016

ArtUnitedUs is a world-wide initiative to promote peace, an international project that collaborates through artistic and creative mediums with communities to raise public awareness and attention to the problem of war, aggression and violence. 200 walls will be painted during the next 2 years, starting from Ukraine and without boundaries around the world. Propaganda of aggression, […]

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