Until 7 November 2022 there will be Street art in Rome to promote sustainable development through art.
This is the goal of Street Art For Rights, an ambitious and highly topical urban art project that brings some of the most appreciated and well-known urban artists on the international scene to the capital. At the center are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the UN Agenda 2030 with the aim of telling and spreading the culture of sustainability through street art. The project aims to give artistic concreteness to the action plan for people, the planet and prosperity promoted by the UN, bringing the community closer and bringing social, economic and cultural issues to the walls of the suburbs of the capital.
For the third edition, the works are dedicated to the Global Goals from 10 to 17 of the 2030 Agenda: GOAL 10 Reduce inequalities; GOAL 11 Sustainable cities and communities; GOAL 12 Sustainable consumption; OBJECTIVE 13 Combating climate change; OBJECTIVE 14 Life underwater; OBJECTIVE 15 Life on earth; GOAL 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions; OBJECTIVE 17 Partnership for the objectives.
Street Art For Rights is not a simple street art festival, but an artistic and social action, aimed at pursuing the objective of expanding, through art and meeting opportunities, the space dedicated to the testimony of good practices on issues of sustainability – environmental, social and sustainable governance – with the desire that these multiply, creating a chain reaction of “contagious and contagious” positive effects.