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Artists: Yulia Ruditskaya, Ilya Gilmanov, Maria Scutaru,

Cale Mazza, Udo Prinsen, Michael Woodruff,

Anna-Maria Chernigovskaya, Victoria Prosanova, Ath1na, Viktoria Salimova, Veronica Solomon, Arril Johnson,

Faiyaz Jafri, Diek Grobler, Yura Boguslavsky, Asya Kiseleva, Erentia Bedeker, Tania Sharavarava, Elodie Marechal,

Declan Mitchell, Maarten Aerts, Jan Saska, Nina Ovsova, Marina Luzhkova, Sofya Nabok, Iulia Voitova,

Lin | motionlin.com, Maria Cesaro, Monique Van Dijk-Renault, Svetlana Sichnaya, Nikita Meshcheryakov, Andrus' Takindang, Dzianis Mizhui, Masha Tyomkina, Catarina Calvinho Gil,

Katya Khimenets, Frank Poncelet, group(e)collecti(ve/f), Alexander Bulakh, Elena Minaeva, Sofiya Voznaya,

Yan Barysevich, Ala Nunu Leszynska,

Sara Buccellato, Genadzi Buto, Natalia Ryss, Masha Yakushina, Candy Kugel, Anna Rudnitsky, Adela Križovenská, Dante Rustav, Hristina Belousova, Leonardo McClaren, Marta Magnuska

Animators For Belarus / Long Live Belarus

Over 50 animators from 19 countries collaborated to support Belarusians in their peaceful protests for fair elections and freedom. The animators offered their interpretation of the recent events in Belarus, creating animated chronicles of these dramatic events. The white-red-white flag is a historical symbol of Belarus and has become a symbol of peace, protest, and hope for the people of Belarus. The youngest animator who participated in the project is only 12 years old.

26.09.21 | 18:00

Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej ŁAŹNIA / KinoPort

ul. Strajku Dokerów 5, Gdańsk

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