Sat, Oct 02|
Celebrating 20 Years of Peace Building Through Art - The Singing Tree Project
Join Unity Through Creativity Foundation for an inspiring, creative and interactive Celebration of 20 Years of Peace Building Through Art with The Singing Tree Project. TEXT SINGINGTREE20 TO 41444
Time & Location
Oct 02, 2021, 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM PDT
About the Event
Join Unity Through Creativity Foundation for an inspiring, creative and interactive Celebration of 20 Years of Peace Building Through Art with The Singing Tree Project.
OR TEXT SINGINGTREE20 TO 41444
JOIN YOUR HEART WITH OURS,
working together to use the power of the arts to turn pain into purpose, trauma into beauty, mistrust into connection, and vision into innovation.
JOIN THE PEACEBUILDING THROUGH ART MOVEMENT
Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 Gandhi’s 152nd Birthday
from 10:30 AM-3:00 PST, 1-4:00 MST, 2-5 CST, 3-6 EST
JOIN A CELEBRATION of the Arts as a 21st Century Survival Tool
with Peace Leaders who Amplify with Art
- Kanyon Sayers-Rood: Ohlone Trickster, Artist, Cultural Guide
- Rivera Sun: Novelist, Pace e Bene Non-Violence Campaign
- Paul Chappell: West Point Graduate, Veteran, Writer, Peace Literacy Institute,
- Wanda Whitaker: Visionary Artist
- Benjamn Swatez: International Muralist in War-torn and Natural Disaster spots
- Bisi Oberatu: Songwriter, Musician
- Laurie Marshall: Founder, The Singing Tree Project
And Young People who have participated in The Singing Tree Project from Rappahannock County, VA; Pittsburgh, PA; Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovinia and California - including Meredith Miller whose inspiration started the Singing Tree Project.
JOIN THE ANNIVERSARY OF 20 Years of Singing Tree Murals and 99 murals that honor Nature’s Mutualism, Interdependence, Diversity, Longevity, Generativity, and Community.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ADD YOUR VISION TO THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY 100th MURAL
"THE AFGHANISTAN SINGING TREE OF PEACE"
In these tumultuous times, we grow through our grief and uncertainty, into a song of Renewed Togetherness, building a world that works for all.
“The Biggest risk is that we miss this opportunity in 2021 to reverse the suicidal trend in which we are waging war with Nature.” Antonio Guterres, UN General Secretary
Welcome Morning Grooves with BISI
Opening Ceremony for the 20th Anniversary of the Singing Tree Project with Coyote Woman Kanyon