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Artists about Artsakh
A multidisciplinary artist from Canada, for the creation of an AR installation, based on the viral street-art that raised awareness about the Artsakh war.
A photographer from Armenia, for his capturing of the life and lore of Artsakh.
A visual artist from Armenia, for the creation of a captivating installation piece that challenges the notions of boundaries, war, and peace.
A filmmaker from Armenia, for a powerful short documentary film about the children of Artsakh.
A rapper and musician from Artsakh, for the creation of a rhythmic fusion of rap and dripping sounds of violin, in collaboration with violinist and fellow Artsakh native Grandma Kima.
A filmmaker based in the US, for her film Abysm about Artsakh that will bring international attention to the human narrative of war.
A documentary studio for a documentary film shot on the frontlines of the Artsakh war.
A visual artist for traveling to Shushi to create a “We Will Win" mural in his iconic calligraphy.
A writer and photojournalist from Artsakh, for documenting the lives of residents of Artsakh in a book.
Voices from Artsakh
Why did we launch
Artists for Artsakh?
On September 27, Azerbaijan launched a large-scale attack on Artsakh and its civilian population. Creative Armenia's announced its #ArtistsForArtsakh grants to empower filmmakers, photographers, writers, and other artists to help tell the story of Artsakh and its people to the world.
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