The exhibition Activism, Civil Society and Rights Based Work in Central Asia was created in 2016. It featured civil society organizations from Central Asia and presented themes including women’s rights, youth, the LGBTQ+ community, freedom of expression, art, migration, and environment. The aim was to shed light on Central Asian actors, how they organize themselves, and what methods they use to achieve change. The exhibition was updated and expanded annually and toured Sweden’s cities until 2021.
In 2022, we created a new exhibition Struggles and Dreams of Central Asia. It consists of 10 series of photographs and art works created by artists, activists, civil society actors, and journalists. The exhibition aims to shed light on organizations, activists, and artists aiming to bring much-needed changes to Central Asia. Struggles and Dreams of Central Asia started touring Swedish cities during the fall of 2022 and will continue doing so throughout the upcoming years. You read more about the exhibition in our publication.