Officially launched in Rotterdam, the first Let’s Colour Wall of Connection was painted at the city’s Albeda College, which is celebrating 25 years of being a local hub for diversity. The college invited its students and local communities to paint a wall projecting their dreams of “a more inclusive and embracing future for all”.
This is only the first out of 100 walls that will be transformed. In total, more than 40 countries around the world will be visited and walls will be turned into places that connect people & communities.
“We see walls being built around the world and aim to turn those walls into bridges that connect people by using the power of color to transform them,” added Aart Bos, MasterPeace Global CEO. “We believe in the power of togetherness, and by transforming these walls into bridges, and connecting rather than dividing people, we also hope to change the walls we have built up in our minds.”