Olympia-Rafah Solidarity Mural Project (ORSMP) is a four thousand square foot international, interdisciplinary public art project with more than 150 participants. Click toCall the Wall or scroll over the images below for the name of organization or individual who created it. Click on the images below for more information including links, audio and video.
ORSMP is located in Olympia, Washington, the hometown of Rachel Corrie, who was crushed to death at age 23 by an Israeli driven, US built bulldozer while defending the home of a Palestinian family in the town of Rafah, in the Gaza Strip. ORSMP tells the tale of these two cities, Olympia and Rafah, linked through tragedy and resilience. It is the tale of people coming together across borders, using technology to bridge physical and financial distances, including the artwork of Palestinians, who are forbidden to travel.