Please vote for ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’, the wonderful film MIN made in partnership with St Fillan’s Primary School and Media Co-op which has been nominated in this year’s Charity Film Awards, by clicking the link below. Launched during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’ is an animation created by Saint Fillan’s Primary School pupils, based on an original poem written by Glasgow-based Syrian poet and MIN Volunteer Saffanna. You can watch the film via the voting page or by visiting our MIN Films page. Winning the award would be a fantastic recognition for all the hard work that the children, their Teacher and MIN and Media Co-op Staff & Volunteers put into the project so your support would be greatly appreciated!
MIN are taking part in a number of events during Refugee Festival Scotland again this year, for more information on all the events taking place over the Festival check out the Refugee Festival Scotland website or to find out more and sign up to our individual events visit our Events page on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!
MIN’s Joyous Choir and the Colours of Life International Dancers will be performing once more at this year’s Moving Minds event at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum on Saturday 25th May 2019. Join us at the event for our performances and stalls including henna painting, hand massage and knitting with the Knit for Unity: Across the Globe group from 11am.
MIN are excited to be part of #RefugeeFestScot events programme that came out on Wednesday! We are taking part in a number of events in #Glasgow with our partners Knit for Unity: Across the Globe, Confab and CanalCraft as well as hosting our own event with our Family Nest group ❤️ you can find out more info about all the events happening during the festival here – https://www.refugeefestivalscotland.co.uk/programme-2019/ or click on our Events page on Facebook 🙂
The Refugee Festival Scotland 2018 programme is out now and MIN are hosting and taking part in a number of events over the Festival as usual including ‘Knitting a Community’ with Knit for Unity: Across the Globe on Monday 18th June, our Family Nest Syrian Families Group community event ‘Blossoming Youth Friendships’ on Wednesday 20th June and presenting objects at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art for the ‘New Scots Museum Display’ launch on Thursday 21st June.
For more details on the events and exhibition click on the links below: