Saudha Hosts a Hub for Artist Communities to Protest Against War


Saudha Society of Poetry and Music is hosting a unique initiative to protest the war, the rise of fascism, violence and brutality, writes Prof. Geetha Upadhyaya

Prof. Geetha Upadhyaya

Saudha Society of Poetry and Music, a leading organisation of global arts and music here in the UK, in partnership with a global literary platform La Ninfa Eco, is hosting a unique initiative to protest the war, the rise of fascism, violence and brutality through Arts, Music, Dance, Spoken Word and other art forms.

A series of events in London, Oxford, Leeds, Birmingham, Edinburgh and other cities begins at Rich Mix, London on Sunday 24 April 2022 at 5pm when 44 artists from different cultural heritages will present their exquisite creative work of insightful and analytic presentations, well-known musicians, poets, writers, filmmakers, theatre-practitioners, academics, painters and dancers.

Saudha’s Director and Curator of this event, poet Ahmed Kaysher said, ‘The event showcases the impact that violence leaves in an artists’ imaginations. This is actually artists’ responses to the current war between Russia and Ukraine and all forms of violence in the world.

To register for free, please follow this link


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