72nd Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Annual Event was cancelled due to COVID-19
Student Art Awards
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Art Topic: "Freedom"
The Student Art Competition was completed using electronic submission of scanned images of the artwork.
Can Art Stop a Bullet?
Online Screening of William Kelly Documentary
Kingston For Human Rights (KFHR) presents award-winning artist William Kelly's highly-acclaimed documentary, "Can Art Stop a Bullet?" for Kingston's Seniors Festival this October.
Each year the KFHR committee holds a children’s poster art competition for Kingston schools and colleges to help raise awareness of the UN's Declaration of Human Rights Charter in the local curriculum. The artwork in this year’s online exhibition responds to the theme: Freedom.
The posters seek to showcase the children’s understanding of Freedom through the powerful medium of art. An online presentation of children's artworks will be shown, followed by the screening of the highly acclaimed William Kelly documentary, "Can Art Stop a Bullet?", including a pre-recorded filmmaker Q & A.
Filmed on five continents, with contributions from over 20 artists, thinkers and activists, this documentary explores the power of art to take a stand against violence in the world.
Bookings Essential through FanForceTV
The first 40 people to register for the event will receive FREE access to the online screening. Please use code KFHR100 at the checkout to receive your free ticket. After the first 40 registrations, the cost per screening is USD $6.99 or approximately AUD $10.
Book online to register for the event. Complete your details and you will receive the link and details to later access the online screening.
After you purchase your ticket, the film will become available to watch online at 6pm, Thursday 29 October.
See Fanforce TV for details.
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