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ANYONE can participate!

The Global Art Project is a cooperative effort. Thousands of individuals and groups have willingly created and shared their visions of Peace for the Global Art Project. Professional and amateur artists, individuals and groups on seven continents have participated in the Global Art Project.

Countries represented include:

Antilles
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Bosnia
Botswana
Brazil
Burundi
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Cayman
  Islands

China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cyprus
Denmark
Ecuador
El Salvador
England
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Haiti
Honduras
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kenya
Korea
Lithuania
Mali
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Morocco
Nepal
Namibia
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Samoa
Scotland

Senegal
Serbia
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Tanzania
Thailand
Tibet
Trinidad
Turkey
Uganda
Ukraine

United Arab Emirates
United States
Uzbekistan
Venezuela
Zimbabwe

Haruka Kawamoto Hiroshima, Japan, 1996. 280 people in Hiroshima, Japan, participated in the 1996 GAP. They were excited to participate in this event for Peace during the time of the anniversary of the atomic bombing.

Participating groups include:

Art Centers and Galleries
Art Councils
Artist Cooperatives
Bank Cooperatives
Big Sisters
Boy Scouts
Brownies & Girl Scouts
Children's Homes
Children's Museums
Choral & Music Groups
Church Groups
Community Groups
Environmental Clubs
Families
Fire Stations
Food Coops
Libraries
Law Firms
Hospitals
Neighborhood Groups
Schools (Private & Public, Kindergarten thru Graduate)
Senior Citizens
Theatre Groups
Women's Clubs
Youth Programs
YMCAs & YWCAs

View names and locations of all the groups that have participated.

Members of the Hatsukaichi City International Association, Hiroshima, Japan creating art for the '96 Global Art Project.

Students from Baboquivari Middle School on the Tohono O'odham Indian Reservation in Sells, Arizona joined with students at Esperaro Canyon Middle School in Tucson, Arizona to create a joint artwork that was sent to their GAP partner. A teacher from the Tohono O'odham nation first explained the symbolism of their visual imagery to the students. Both teachers and students joined together in creating their artwork.

 
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