Blessed to be visited by these wonderful Iraqi students, who where able to give up their personal time to show what peace means to them.
About Allan Weiss
Allan Weiss is a retired attorney, folk art collector and historian. He learned from his parents, at an early age, it is everyone's responsibility to make their community and by extension the world a better place to live. While in law school he became active in the peace and justice community and has been a member of the Louisville Human Relations Commission and Interfaith Paths to Peace. Peace Postcards has been nurtured by his interest in folk art and how it can relate to peace and understanding among neighbors and the larger world.
Peace Postcard exhibitions at the Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum, Hiroshima, Japan, The Tehran Peace Museum, Iraq and The Mohammad Ali Center, Louisville, KY are examples of these efforts.
Entries by Allan Weiss
PEACE POSTCARD EXHIBIT – Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies The Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies is proud to sponsor a unique art exhibit – Peace Postcards. Fifty-two large pictures that contain multiple original peace postcards created by people from countries all over the world will hang in the URI Multicultural Center Forum over the […]
Peace Postcards Exhibition 200 Peace Postcards from 20 different countries from all over the globe Date: 23 – 26 September 2012 ARASBARAN CULTURAL CENTER Visiting hours: 10 – 18 Peace Postcards is a public art project that invites people of all ages and talents to express their vision of peace and share it with […]
Peace Postcards from around the world is celebrated at the Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville Kentucky