In the summer of 2022, a collective of Rohingya photographers living for years in the Kuputalong-Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh published their first photography magazine.
Two members were invited to present Visual Rebellion work and vision on Insight Myanmar Podcast. Please listen to our story and support their non-profit program Better Burma.
Our team has produced six short documentaries based on the direct experience of our journalist covering events in the streets of Yangon from February to December 2021.
From April 26th to May 8th, 2022, the exhibition “Stand for Democracy in Myanmar” was organized at the Bangkok Art and Cultural Center (BACC) by SEA-Junction and Art for Human rights. The colorful artworks showed solidarity from international artistic communities with the people in Myanmar and that resistance has no boundary. “In 1962, my country […]
From Our Place to the Frontline ငါတို့နေရာမှ ရှေ့တန်းသို့ a new outlet written by striking students from Yangon university in collaboration with Fulbright University Vietnam students who felt deeply affected by the situation in Myanmar. The free-to-read online magazine features creative writing and interviews of highschoolers who left their education for revolution, a young aspiring teacher […]
We are proud to announce that we had a successful photo exhibition that ran from March 22nd – April 16th, 2022 at the Atrium City Hall in the Hague, the Netherlands as part of the Movies that Matter Festival. We showed a collection of photos, artworks and our short documentary under the theme “Protesting Through […]
The Myanmar Project Collective – the journalistic team from Visual Rebellion Myanmar – is proud to announce a collaboration with Researchers’ Republic. This network of academics from Myanmar specialises on environmental issues, land rights, labor rights, business and human rights, drugs, health, education, conflict, displacement, and gender. Our first report is about the war on […]
24 January 2022, 6:30 pm