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 Here’s an interview with Safdar Ahmed in UTS Vertigo magazine about our Refugee Art Project zines.

 Here’s an article in UNSW’s Uniken magazine about the fantastical, large scale collaborative drawing, ‘In the Shade of the Waq Waq Tree’, which we’ve made as a part of the Undrawing the Line collective. The 4 principle artists for the drawing were Murtaza Ali Jafari, Mona Moradviesi, Zanny Begg and Safdar Ahmed, with amazing contributions from Neda, Parastoo and Mohammad.

 Here’s an article by Margaret Mayhew and Jarni Blakkarly for The Conversation about art intiatives that support asylum seekers and refugees.

SBS Radio produced stories and interviews about our 2014 Still Alive exhibition which can be heard here: in the Tamil, Sinhalese and Portugese language programs.

Refugee Art Project have a photo-essay in the August 2014 issue of Art Monthly 

Andrew Taylor’s article Painting Detention: Asylum seeker art highlights the perils and the pain in the SMH – 25 July 2014

Dr Safdar Ahmed spoke on 2ser’s So Hot Right Now about the upcoming exhibition Still Alive.

Anwyn Crawford interviewed Safdar Ahmed about our role in the boycott of the 19th Biennale of Sydney and our collaborative work “Bosbolobosboco #6″, which was made with the international artists, Libia Castro and Olafur Olafsson – Winter, 2014

Anjali Vishwanathan’s article Straight from the ‘art in the University of Sydney’s Honi Soit – 21 March 2014

Yesmaam featured our Zine Launch on their blog - 30 November 2013

Dr Safdar Ahmed spoke on 2ser’s Breakfast with Tim Higgins program about the project here.

Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon’s speech at the opening of the Life in Limbo exhibition in UTS can be viewed here.

An article featuring Dr Safdar Ahmed and the inspiring Kamaleshwaran Selladurai can be read here - 24 June 2012

Here is a Sydney Morning Herald interview with Chrissie Ianssen about the New Neighbours studio in Parramatta – 14 December 2011

A radio feature on 2SER’s The Wire about Villawood: Survival+Resistance can be heard here.

An interview with Dr Safdar Ahmed made during the 2011 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival can be read here.

 Design Federation - Interview with Anton Pulvirenti and Dr. Safdar Ahmed

 The Greens - Lee Rihannon shares her views on Refugee Art Project and fear+hope

 U:Magazine - Bilquis Ghani and Saad Tlaa interviewed by UTS’s U:mag

 See some of these insightful articles by Marissa Ram: