World Tour, "A 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.
First Place -Haruka Shoji "Someday"
These 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. 

Your Support Can Help Spread the Message of Peace Worldwide 


 
 
(The Exhibit Began Its Asia Tour in April, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan To Open Harmony For Peace Foundation's Second International Peace Concert in Japan)
 
Followed By Hiroshima and Nagasaki this Summer 
 

Successfully launching its Global Tour, the exhibit showed at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria for the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons on December 7th through the 9th, 2014 
 
 
      
 It was displayed at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna in December 2014 to March 2015.

 
United Nations Headquarters - New York September 22, 2014
presented as part of the UN’s exhibit for International Day of Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
 
 

 
Harrisburg Exhibit - September 15-18, 2014
Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg, PA - Exhibit Launching
 
      

 


 

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

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Spreading a Message of Peace and Non-violence

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