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Peace Project helps victims of Typhoon Haiyan

Helping people, organizations, children, education, life, survival, that is what we are called to do at our core.  Truly care for one another not with just our words but even more importantly, our actions.   A few weeks ago we visited a festival in Los Angeles doing just that, Affair of the Arts.

Affair of the Arts produced by the Whole 9 Gallery and the Peace Project who donate a portion of the money raised at the festival to fund the construction of 200 homes for victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.   A donation of $500 not only builds a house in the devastated areas of the Philippines but helps a family and community begin to rebuild their lives.


At the festival, the Whole 9 Gallery debuted the 2014 Peace Project art selection.  A traveling exhibit of the 100 chosen artist visions of peace from over 700 submissions.  This year the selections are printed on 12 x 12 wood prints.


The next stop for the traveling exhibit is in New York at the Whole 9 Gallery East located at the Landmark Arts Building on West 27th Street.  An event on Thursday, October 16th from 6 pm - 10 pm will celebrate the use of art to change lives through the joining of 500 artists from 30 countries on 6 continents with one message of peace.


If you don't happen to be in New York, you can still participate, each piece is available for sale through The Whole 9 online gallery "Peace Shop" priced at $100 each.

To find out more information about the Peace Project or how you can help build a house for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, please visit: http://www.thepeaceproject.com/