Following on their UN exhibition in New-York City, Street Art for Mankind settles in Miami to make a stand for the children in our community in partnership with Villa Azur and Brasserie Azur.
From February 10th – 20th, 35 street artists from all over the world will unite in Miami to create unique and monumental paintings, reviving the surrealist technique of the 30’s, while shedding light to the tragic reality of child labor and child slavery.
Funds raised (via ticketing and art sales) will benefit Nobel Peace Prize-winner Kailash Satyarthi’s foundation Bachpan Bachao Andolan – an India-based movement campaigning for the rights of children centered on ending child labor and human trafficking, aiding “raid and rescues” initiatives, and creating “child friendly villages.”
For release with details on special theme dates, full program, updates: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vkkxnw8kpddyk1w/Street%20Art%20For%20Mankind_Miami%20Release%20Jan%202017.docx?dl=0
Address of the event: 7401 NW Miami Court, 33150 Miami