Art of Compassion Exhibition in support of Animal Equality at VegfestUK Brighton 2019

4th February 2019

An art exhibition showcasing a range of art posters and exhibits centred around the themes of veganism and animal rights will be returning to VegfestUK Brighton on March 23-24 at the Brighton Cente, courtesy of non-profit group the Art of Compassion Project. The proceeds from the sale of the vegan art posters on exhibition will be donated to animal charity Animal Equality UK.

About the Art of Compassion Project

The Art of Compassion Project is an international art collective involving more than 150 vegan artists from 26 countries.  They aim to raise funds through various art projects and donate 100% of the profits to vegan non-profit organisations. Over the past 4 years they have exhibited and raised funds for numerous vegan non-profits across the UK, USA, Europe and China.

There are some exciting new projects in the works in 2019, including the release of the long-awaited art book, two sketchbooks for ‘The Sketchbook Project’ (which will be available to view online), and a ‘solo’ art exhibition in London this November.

The Art of Compassion Project Artists

All the artists involved in the project are vegan and there is a wonderful sense of community among them as they use their work as a form of activism and self-expression. They are always open to new artists joining them, so do get in touch if you’d like more information.

Save 15% on the 2019 calendar (in aid of Chilis on Wheels): https://bit.ly/2Sst83o

Visit the AOC Project website and follow them on social media via the links below:

www.artofcompassionproject.com
Facebook: @artofcompassionproject
Instagram: @artofcompassionproject
Twitter: @aocproject

2019 calendar by the Art of Compassion Project

The VegfestUK organisers added, “It’s a real pleasure to welcome the lovely Art of Compassion Project to our show. They really add a different dimension to the show with their alluring art exhibits which not only are attractive but also carry an important message for the animals. They are also 100% non-profit and doing what they do worldwide, purely out of passion and belief in justice for all animals. A huge round of applause to their whole team, and we look forward to welcoming them at the show.”

Advance tickets to VegfestUK Brighton are now available at www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/tickets, with a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE special offer running until the end of February

Follow VegfestUK on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @VegfestUK for the latest updates, and join the Facebook event for the show and invite your friends to the Facebook event here.