Free admission to exhibitions on Refugee Week

June 11th, 2019 by Sandy

Pop-up exhibition at London

There has been free admission to a pop-up exhibition running entire month of June – from June 1 to June 30, 2019 at Boxpark Croydon, 99 George St, Croydon, London CR0 1LD.

The Photographer Mark Sherratt set up the Prints for Refugees to reflect the refugee crisis happened in the year 2015 for supporting the refugees. At the exhibition, you can explore various new arrivals and iconic prints which are being displayed at the venue.

The artwork collections are being donated by renowned photographers to the charity project which is a partnership of the photographic community & the humanitarian organization Doctors of the World. While contributing to a print, you can able to support Doctors of the World by which they can give better medical care to the communities. They are almost serving millions of people every year in more than 80 countries in the areas of conflict zones, rural communities and refugee camps and offer care and infrastructure and supporting the most weak people.

You can buy a print at and make your valuable contribution.

Artist Exhibition at Shropshire

There will be free entry to an Artist Exhibition on refugee week theme “You, me and those who came before” running from June 4 to June 22, 2019 at Participate Gallery, 32-34 Riverside, Raven meadows, Shrewsbury SY1 1PL, Shropshire. The exhibition has been organized by Amanda Jones, Shropshire Supports Refugees not for profit CIC.