INTERNATIONAL ART ACTS
INTERNATIONAL ART ACTS
Creating art is a way to reimagine the future, to build bridges and foster understanding, to develop empathy, to make friends, to express feelings, to build self-confidence, to learn how to be flexible and open-minded, to be exposed to different ideas, and learn to listen to the views of others, to work collaboratively. These are all attributes that can help to promote peace.
In a world in which many live amidst violence, these organizations and others like them are creating opportunities for children and adults to engage in the arts and to discover things about themselves and others that will help them better deal with differences and handle conflicts peacefully.
Many organizations are geared towards children and teens, as they are the world's next leaders, doers, and activists, and the best hope for a new and better future.
"International Art Acts"
is "GlobalBridge" between the organizations which are international and Individual Artists who are more local, but all are necessary, and doing important work towards achieving our goals of "Global Peace ".
Global Chairman, President & CEO of
International Art Acts
The Authors Club Worldwide
Words from Chief Programme Officer from National Breast Cancer Foundation, Dallas Texas USA
Chairman Unesco Commision of USA
President & CEO of Unesco Center for Peace USA
Closing Celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary ,Bapu Mahatma Gandhiji " The Authors Club Worldwide"
Short Film on "150th Birth Anniversary closing ceremony of Mahatma Gandhiji" by "The Authors Club"
Dr. Dipankar Roy a painter and a philanthropist was awarded the Gusi Peace Prize 2006 for his service towards Tsunami affected Andaman.After completing his higher studies from Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh, he served the Red Cross for twelve years. He has sought guidance from Rama Nanda Bandyopadhyay and Manjit Bawa on technique
Dr. Dipankar Roy a painter and a philanthropist was awarded the Gusi Peace Prize 2006 for his service towards Tsunami affected Andaman.After completing his higher studies from Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh, he served the Red Cross for twelve years. He has sought guidance from Rama Nanda Bandyopadhyay and Manjit Bawa on techniques of painting . His paintings have been exhibited all over the world. At present he is the regional advisor of the eastern India of Yuva Unstoppable. He has taken initiative towards COVID 19 relief and rehabilitation of the Sundarbans following Cyclone Amphan. Currently he is the Principal coordinator for India for UNESCO centre for peace - US Federation,He is also the president of International Art Acts Worldwide UN member International NGO.
Shobha Mehta has worked with the Taj Group of Hotels and the British High Commission. Currently she is working in an NGO, founded by Dr Kiran Bedi which helps the under privileged segment of society in the prisons of Delhi, Gurgaon and Ghaziabad. She has also worked with various advertising agencies such as Enterprise and Bates 141. At present, she is the Vice President of International Art Acts
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