A group of Yemeni artists took to the streets Wednesday, painting murals on the wall of Sanaa University in a visual protest against three years of war.
The open-air exhibition and workshop attracted locals exhausted by a conflict with no end in sight.
"I came here with my family to express how fed up we are with the way we're living because of the war," said Fouad Sharfeddin.
"This event gives us a breather and hope for a return to a normal life."
The war between pro-government forces and Shiite Huthi rebels who control Sanaa has devastated Yemen and pushed it to the brink of famine.
Since a 2015 intervention by a Saudi-led coalition, fighting has left at least 7,400 people dead and wounded 40,000, according to the United Nations.
"Yemenis are lost," Sharfeddin's wife Maryam said. "We try to help the kids relax, even a little, by painting to express the feelings of repression we have inside."