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Welcoming Andrei Kureichik as the 2021 Artists at Risk (AR)-ICORN Resident at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki!
BREAKING NEWS: AR-Resident Andrei Kureichik Receiving Direct Death Threats from Agents of Lukashenko Regime Artists at Risk (AR) is very pleased to welcome Andrei Kureichik as the 2021 AR-ICORN Resident at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki. Andrei Kureichik is an internationally performed … Continue reading
BREAKING NEWS AR-Resident Andrei Kureichik Receiving Direct Death Threats from Agents of Lukashenko Regime Andrei Kureichik (1980) is a prize-winning playwright, screenwriter, director and publicist from Minsk, Belarus, currently living in exile. He has written and/or directed 27 feature films, … Continue reading
Welcoming AR-Residents Grammo Suspect – Rainbow Ambassador Kenya and Timeka Suspect to AR-Safe Haven Helsinki!
Artists at Risk (AR) is very pleased to announce the arrival of Grace Munene aka Grammo Suspect – Rainbow Ambassador Kenya and Timeka Suspect at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki. After a lengthy visa process hampered by the Covid-19 pandemic, AR is … Continue reading
The new AR Studio, Event and Workshop space for AR-Residents on Hietaranta Beach in Helsinki. Artists at Risk (AR) is delighted to be joining the community at Hietsun Paviljonki in Helsinki, with the use of a studio and a workshop … Continue reading
As part of the regular updates and refinements of its programmes, AR is introducing a new Peer Artist scheme at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki. The idea is to pair AR-Residents with artists, who are their peers in the local scene. Aside … Continue reading
The new PM / AR Commons Space, Studio and Office in Lapinlahti We are more than glad that over the past period members of Lapinlahden Lähde have kindly welcomed Artists at Risk (AR) as part of the Lapinlahti community. Perpetuum … Continue reading
2 June 2020 Afro-Pop musician and AR-Resident Lil Baliil has recorded a new song, Corona, to encourage Somalis and fellow Africans to reduce the risk of contracting Covid-19. Alarmed by reports that the Somali community has been hit disproportionately … Continue reading
A warm welcome to Rémi Sarmini as an Artists at Risk (AR) Resident at AR-Tunis! Rémi Sarmini is a Syrian theatre director, actor, educator and founder of the theatre collective Tajroubeh Troupe. He is currently based in Tunis where he … Continue reading
5 May 2020 Grammo Suspect, a Kenyan LGBTQI rapper, activist and spoken word musician, is one of the first artists to receive an emergency grant from Artists at Risk (AR). The AR Covid-19 Emergency Fund was created to support artists … Continue reading