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Art Beats & Chimpanzee Campaign Unites Creativity for Conservation

Colorful artwork of chimpanzees in a vibrant, expressive style, representing the Art Beats & Chimpanzee conservation campaign.

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Join the Global Artivism Movement: Art Beats & Chimpanzee Campaign Unites Creativity for Conservation

Every contribution, big or small, brings us closer to a sustainable future”
— Festival Director
UNITED KINGDOM, April 16, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Freetown Street Art & Music Festival announces the launch of “Art Beats & Chimpanzee,” a pioneering crowdfunding campaign merging street art and music with chimpanzee conservation. Beginning Eid, 2024, this initiative aims to spark a global artivism movement for environmental stewardship.

A Unique Fusion of Creativity and Conservation: “Art Beats & Chimpanzee” is a groundbreaking campaign inspiring change through art and music. With a targeted goal of £5,000, it supports the artistic community and vital conservation efforts for Sierra Leone’s chimpanzees.

Direct Impact and Tangible Support: Funds raised will directly contribute to environmental awareness and chimpanzee conservation.

Hear from Those at the Heart of the Movement: Local artist and conservation advocate, Aminata Bocakarie, shares, “This festival unites voices for our forests’ chimpanzees. Through our art, we inspire change.” Aminata’s work symbolizes art as a beacon for conservation.

Engage, Inspire, and Conserve: Join this fusion of art, music, and activism. By supporting “Art Beats & Chimpanzee,” you champion a cause beyond the event. Visit Kickstarter to be part of this transformative journey.

About the Freetown Street Art & Music Festival: The festival celebrates creativity, culture, and community in Sierra Leone, promoting sustainability and environmental consciousness.

Valona Taylor
Artricks
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