The Most Important Picture: Syria

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Each year millions of children flee their homes to escape armed conflict. Growing up in exile, sometimes orphaned or separated from loved ones, they are haunted by violence and loss – but also resilient enough to envision better days ahead.

In The Most Important Picture: Syria young refugees shine a light on their world so that others may see it more clearly.

Through writing and photography workshops led by The Most Important Picture’s Brendan Bannon, children express themselves in poignant prose and striking photographs.

Their words and images reveal loss and longing, hope and fear, simple pleasures and complex emotions.

See the world through their eyes.

About the program
Education Station
Take Action Postcards
Exhibition Statement
Film Festival Resources (to come)