The Planetary Healing Artists’ Association together with the City of Port Phillip, COMMON, Women’s Interfaith Network and other Multifaith Networks invite you to the United Nations International Day of Peace One World – Opening Celebration on 21 September 2017 at 4Dverse Gallery, Carlisle St, St Kilda.
“One World” is dedicated to world peace and will celebrate spirituality, faith and belief. It will explore the common connections between people with diverse beliefs, and promote the idea that by uniting with the shared vision of a better world for all, that together we can make a difference. It is our hope that the exhibition will promote greater understanding and compassion in the broader community.
Exhibition dates: The exhibition will open on UN International Peace Day (21 September 2017) with a celebration for World Peace and will run until 29th September,
Calling for Artists: We are calling for artworks responding to these themes, using a variety of visual art mediums and representing a diverse range of beliefs and faiths. Submissions are due on 5th September and will be selected by a panel helping to curate the exhibition and artists will be notified on the following week.
Calling for Faith Leaders: The Planetary Healing Artists Association plan to hold public forums for artists and faith leaders to discuss and elaborate on the art works exhibited in their upcoming art exhibition and/or participate in giving tours of the art exhibition. It is anticipated that the exhibition will have interactive components enabling the public to engage. This will provide an opportunity for the community to participate in discussions about spirituality and faiths. Students and teachers from local schools may also be involved.
Please email us if you are interested in participating and for any further information have a look at our website or Facebook.
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