Art for animals
Up to forty artists are set to show their work in a London gallery to advocate for animal rights.
Here are all the details you need.
Artist Aisha Eveleigh has organised an art exhibition in central London to raise awareness of animal exploitation and its consequences.
The name Behind Closed Doors refers to the way our mistreatment of animals is hidden from the general public. Most of us have little idea what happens to animals behind the doors of factory farms, slaughterhouses and vivisection labs.
The exhibition seeks to bring these issues into the light, changing the way we think about animal rights.
For this reason, Aisha views the Behind Closed Doors exhibition as a form of activism. Vegan artists like Dana Ellyn and Sue Coe will be exhibiting their work, whilst YouTubers Earthling Ed and Vegan Geezer are among those giving talks.
The exhibition will take place at the Strand Gallery in London. It will be open from the 26th to the 29th of May, with an open event day on the 27th. On this day, there will be a variety of talks and performances, along with creative workshops to get involved in.
If you’d like to support this inspiring project, make a donation via the Indiegogo fundraising page. Donating £5 gets you unlimited entry into the exhibition, while donating more gets you added perks. Even if you can’t make it to the event, donations will no doubt be very much appreciated!
For more information on the exhibition, visit the website.
You can also RSVP and invite friends on the Facebook event page.