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http://harmonyforpeace.org/content/international-peace-art-exhibit

For those of you who will be in the NYC area, one of my paintings will be on display at the Chelsea Museum in NYC for a special 3 day exhibition (June 3rd-5th) hosted by the Harmony for Peace Foundation.  I will be there for the opening and one of the tea concerts.  Details below.

Peace Art Exhibition at Chelsea Art Museum, New York

 The Harmony for Peace Foundation is hosting an exhibition of 50 works of art that share a theme of Peace.

June 3 – 5, 2011


1st International Juried Peace Art Exhibition   

Please join us!     ~   RSVP to rsvp@harmonyforpeace.org

Location: Chelsea Art Museum                                                                                     
556 W 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 255-0719
http://cts.vresp.com/c/?HarmonyForPeaceFound/5258ed8711/9836ee628c/410e76dc5b

                  Directions to CAM

Our Juried Peace Art Competition asked artists to submit artworks that share a theme of peace, global awareness or related to peace making.


Scheduled Weekend Events: (more info)

June 3rd: OPENING RECEPTION, 6-8PM
Join us in celebrating the artworks of 50 international artists, with special guests: Exhibiting Artists; Jurors: Painter, Senju Hiroshi; Julien Robson, Curator of Contemporary Art at PAFA; Conservational Photographer, Dr. Joe Zammit-Lucia; HFP Board Members

Awards Ceremony 6:15-6:45PM (Prizes will be awarded by our Jury to select artists whose work particularly resonated with our Peace Theme)
Musical Program: Paul Shaw (piano) 7-7:30PM

June 4th: EXHIBITION HOURS 1-5PM
Afternoon Tea Reception 2-4PM 
Mini Concert for HFP Japan Relief Fund, Daniel Maimone (tenor) & Drago Bubalo (piano); Asako Tamura (soprano), Selections from Puccini, Schubert including Japanese classics.

June 5th: EXHIBITION HOURS 12-4PM
Afternoon Tea Reception 1-3PM 
Mini Concert for HFP Japan Relief Fund, Gideon Broshy (piano); Wataru Niimori and Akiko Sasaki (jazz piano & Koto, joint performance)

Advanced donations via website for reserved seats (limited seats).

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Also currently ongoing in the New York area is Play at the Textile Arts Center, in Park Slope, Brooklyn (May 13th-June 24th).  I have a new interactive installation entitled Primary Text there.  See their site for details. 

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Written by marycoreymarch

May 20, 2011 at 10:15 pm

Posted in shows

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