INMP ART-PEACE WEBINAR.png
Caulonia 2.jpg
Caulonia 3.jpg
8.Benestare, Italy.jpg

November 2021: Pathos Co-operative, Caulonia organized Kids’ Guernica workshops in the south of Italy, in the province of Calabria. The organization help refugees and migrants from Asia, Middle East and Africa, providing shelter and resettlement. The two workshop were conducted by Raymond Watson, Artist from Belfast Ireland with the young refugees and migrants; one project in the village of Benestare and another project in the town of Caulonia.

Ecolint 2021.jpg
Ecolint SDGs Avocado 2021.png

Ecolint School in Geneva, Switzerland

September 2021: Collaborative workshop of Kids’ Guernica and Michelangelo Pistolleto’s Third Paradise was successfully held as a part of “Art with a Social Impact” project at the Ecolint Centre des Arts in Geneva, Switzerland. The workshop was based on their reflection on the 17 Sustainability Goals of the 2030 UN Agenda and collaborated with Mulabari village in Nepal. The students chose an image of avocado as a symbol of sustainable development of this village since avocados can provide nutritious fruits for the village people. Thy beautifully painted the symbolic abocado and also started the fund raising to plant avocado seedlings in the barren land of this village.

Nagasaki 2021.jpg
Nagasaki 2021-2.jpg

Kids' Guernica Exhibition in Nagasaki

August 6, 2021:  Kids' Guernica exhibition was started along the riverside near the hypocenter of the atomic bomb blast on August 9, 1945 in Nagasaki. A peace painting focusing on SDGs from Ecolint school in Geneva, Switzerland and a peace painting, "the Laughter of our Children", from the young people of Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland were also exhibited with several Japanese Kids' Guernica paintings. This exhibition was held until the end of August.

Taranto Kids' Guernica.jpg

The Cultural Association Liberarte-Art of free souls with the president Cacace Rosa organized in 2020, in the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Kids-Guernica,  a day dedicated to the peace project of Kids Guernica. Thanks to the supervision of the artist Savina Tarsitano and in collaboration with the "Frascolla" Institute of Taranto, on the occasion of the 2020 Memorial Day, the association organized the event, which was sponsored by the Municipality of Taranto, and saw protagonists more than 100 children from 6 to 13 years of age. In that occasion also a Kids-Guernica exhibition has been organized with canvas from Japan. Currently the Manifesto is located at the headquarters of the association in Taranto.