Activists from Penza held an anti-war performance and would like to support humanitarian projects working in Russia and the CIS
The funds raised from the sale of the "Canvas of History" will go to help victims of domestic violence, activists, LGBT activists, and refugees
At the end of February, the Penza activist Vladimir Kuznetsov held an anti-war performance entitled "NO", during which he created the "Canvas of History" — a painting created by body-printing, which means three girls painted with oil paints in the colours of three countries: Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
Now the author wants to sell the "Canvas of History" to support humanitarian projects in Russia and the CIS. These include assistance to women victims of violence; support to activists and activists, assistance in relocation, art-laboratory and support of independent media.