Find out more about the Andو digital commissioning programme, about the curators, and about the artists involved.
Andو is a new digital commissioning programme that aims to support and share the work of displaced Syrian artists.
A former Visual Communication lecturer at Aleppo University, Bashar Zein is currently based in Turkey, working in the field of video arts and media design.
In his series of photos "Refugee Cats", Hussein tells the poignant stories of five different Syrian refugees through the cats they have either travelled with or been forced to leave behind.
The social activist and displaced artist revives the musical heritage of Syria’s regions with a choir of 20 female refugees and professional musicians in Turkey.
The Raqqa-born oud player, pianist and teacher explores the musical folklore of the Euphrates region in a documentary made with the help of folk artists who have fled Syria to Urfa (Turkey).
A violinist and composer, forced to leave Syria and start a new life in Lebanon, Ameer tells the story of a war-torn country through his own music.
Originally from Aleppo, Samer Saeb ElDahr is known by his alias, Hello Psychaleppo. He is the founder of Electro-Tarab and is rapidly gaining recognition as an electronic artist.
Through his virtual photo exhibition, the established and respected Syrian photographer and researcher demonstrates that Syria features all colours, not just the war-dominating red and grey.
Al-Baraa Haddad (19) and Alaa Khweled (22) are photojournalists. Their photographs demonstrate the psychological impact on children of the ongoing war.
Currently based in Lebanon, the talented painter, composer and performer shares his experience and feelings through a combination of abstract paintings accompanied by music.