Peace Island Institute and the Turkish Cultural Center Present "The Art of Living Together" and Celebrate International Day of Peace


The Clifton Arts Center presents “The Art of Living Together” by Peace Islands Institute in collaboration with the Turkish Cultural Center of New Jersey from Wednesday, September 21st to Saturday, October 29th from 1pm-4pm. 

On Saturday, September 24th from 1pm-4pm there will be a Community Art Day and reception for the public to see and meet the artists.   September 21st is observed annually as International Day of Peace. The day aims to acknowledge the idea that though combined efforts, nations can strengthen the ideals of peace. By working together, nations, can solve common problems such as disease or violence. International Day of Peace was established by the United Nations General Assembly.  In addition to the community art day at Clifton Arts Center on Saturday September, 24th, International Day of Peace will also be recognized .

Peace Islands Institute promotes peace, love, respect, humanity, integrity, welfare, and understanding. It aspires to facilitate forums of mutual respect and collaboration, welcoming and acceptance of varied viewpoints and voices with the intent to develop original and alternative perspectives on vital issues that our society is facing.

Turkish Cultural Center of New Jersey (TCCNJ) is an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization incorporated in the State of New Jersey.

The Turkish Cultural Center aims to promote understanding of American and Turkish cultures, and to foster integrity through cultural and educational activities, providing an inspiring atmosphere for friends to help them get better integrated with their local communities.

The exhibit of “The Art of Living Together” presented by Peace Islands Institute in collaboration with the Turkish Cultural Center of New Jersey showcases the many talents and craftsmanship skills of Turkish culture and art via various mediums, such as paintings, water marbling on paper, calligraphy, pottery and various mixed-media. The exhibit also aims to promote good will and peace.

The Clifton Arts Center is located on the grounds of the Clifton Municipal Complex, near the Well Water on Well Road. Admission fee suggestion is three dollars.  The exhibition’s visiting days open to the public are Wednesdays through Saturdays 1pm-4pm.

For more information call 973-472-5499.

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