Month: September 2010

Peace Pole at the Sanctuary Wish Garden


We’re proud to offer a home to one of the few Peace Poles in the Capital Region, which welcomes each visitor who enters the Sanctuary.

A Peace Pole is an internationally recognized symbol of our global aspirations for Peace on Earth (www.peacepoleproject.org). Each pole bears the message May Peace Prevail on …

SPRING ’09 GALLERY EXHIBITION: Photo journalist Brenda Ann Kenneally’s "Upstate Girls: What Became of Collar City"


 


Check out more about Brenda Ann Kenneally’s “Upstate Girls”  at:  the Raw Files.

 

“Upstate Girls” is a look at a part of working class America that, despite sweeping technological advances, remains essentially unchanged since the heyday …

Fall '09 Gallery Exhibition: Photo journalist Nina Berman "Evidence and Fantasy: Militarism in American Life"


  Photo journalist Nina Berman “Evidence and Fantasy: Militarism in American Life”

with photographs from “Purple Hearts,” “Marine Wedding,” and “Homeland”

 

Nina Berman is a documentary photographer with a primary interest in the American political and social …

Fall '07 Underground Gallery: Woodstock Women In Black


 

WOMEN IN  BLACK

An international movement of women for peace

                                                      

You are welcome to join us at our vigil on the Woodstock Village …

Fall Season 2008 Underground Art Gallery Installation • Don't Forget Us: Iraqi Children 2001- 2008


Fall Season 2008 Underground Art Gallery Installation • Don’t Forget Us: Iraqi Children 2001- 2008

◦ The Iraqi Children’s Art Exchange invites Iraqi and American children and youth to participtate in art-inspired projects. Transcending the barriers of language, culture, and politics, these projectes create important learning opportunities. These projects also help foster communication …

"Evidence and Fantasy: Militarism in American Life" by photo journalist Nina Berman


 

“ That doesn’t mean

I have an agenda. 

 

But I do have areas of interest.”     

 

 

 

 

                              

Celebrating America's Longest Running Political Comic Book


“30 Years of the Art of World War 3 Illustrated: America’s Longest Running Political Comic Book” was exhibited from Monday, February 22, 2010 through June 26, 2010. 

Founded in 1980 by Seth Tobocman and Peter Kuper, World War 3 Illustrated is a labor of love, run by a collective of artists …

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