World Tour - Peace Art Journey

In 2012, the Harmony For Peace Foundation partnered with the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs and presented the “Art for Peace 2012” contest. This art competition called on all young artists to use their creative talents to imagine a “World Free of Nuclear Weapons.” With its launching, over 6600 submissions were sent in from 92 countries around the world.

 

The 12 winning art pieces illustrate a worldwide call for peace. This contest demonstrates that no matter the country of origin or the religious and cultural background, peaceful and safe surroundings, free from the threat of nuclear weapons, are a universal desire.

To spread this message both locally and internationally, the exhibit has and will travel on a “Peace Journey.”

 
  • Nagasaki, Japan (Venue to be affirmed) 
                  Summer 2017
                  June 18-28, 2015
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre for our Second International Peace Concert, Tokyo, Japan
    April 2015
  • United Nations Headquarters in Vienna, Austria     
                 December 2014
  • Hofburg PalaceVienna, Austria for the Conference on the  Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons,  
                  December 8th-9th 2014
  • United Nations Headquarters in New York presented as part of  UN’s exhibit for Int'l Day of Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons,   November 2014
  • Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia to launch our 2nd Annual International Peace Day Concert,              
                 September 20, 2014
  • Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg
                 from September 15 through September 18, 2014

 

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