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Artists engaging in cultural dialogue beyond the walls of the mission. A comprehensive archive of press articles, videos and podcasts. Our Partners. Ambassador Patrick Gaspard. The AIE program changed me as a person and artist. For me, travelling to new places and meeting people from different cultural backgrounds always enriches my art making progress. In the long run, these experiences in Suriname will begin to appear in my art form. As a universal human activity the making of art is a common language and essential means of communication for all humans.
Art is like an open Twist Up - Dome - 1-4+5, a janela aberta, to the people and the culture of a society through which people on both sides can see into the world of each other. We were thrilled to have Dan Namingha, a renowned Native American artist, share his work and experience with Chileans and represent the diversity that makes America the great country it is. Ambassador Michael Hammer.
As an artist and global citizen, this exchange was like honey butter on the heart…. Traveling to Ethiopia, a deeply spiritual, soulful and ancient country, to create and interact with local creative minds was diplomacy at its best.
Sending an American artist to be with artists and students of other cultures functions as the lowering of a huge barrier It is a powerful remedy to the ignorance and prejudices we all carry within us. Great art inspires us, delights us, lifts our spirits, give us joy.
Sharing my work The Old Home Town - J.D. Crowe • Tony Rice • Doyle Lawson • Jerry Douglas • Bobby Hicks • Todd Phill teaching were richly rewarding. Teaching is listening and learning at both ends of the spectrum. Art can reflect the diversity of America, our commitment to freedom of expression, our appreciation for the past and our hope for the future. Art used as a form of cultural diplomacy is more important now that ever because art can transcend language and cultural barriers and helps us focus on positive and peaceful alliances.
My hope is that these artworks will not only be a window to American perspectives, but also reflect the spirit of the interactions that occur here between Tunisians and Americans — diverse in expression and broad in perspective.
Being an artist by definition for me is being a citizen of the world. My experiences with the Art in Embassy program opened-up the world to me in ways I never imagined. I thought it was appropriate to approach cultural diplomacy from an alternative angle, focusing not on what each country has to say, but what they ought to hear.
The language of art, though culturally specific, can be universal and bring people together on a deeper and more primary level than perhaps any other force devised by human beings. I would hope that in the years ahead, as our cultural life develops and takes on new forms, the Federal government would be prepared to play its proper role in encouraging cultural activities through the nation. Art is not a treasure in the past or an importation from another land, but part of the present life of all living and creating peoples.
President, in these times Nightnurse - Mondo Jet Set - Henry After A Nightlife challenge and turmoil from abroad, we often either forget or are unaware of the constructive efforts which are underway to promote better understanding among all people.
Not guns nor butter, but original works of art are now being used in a combined Government-private interest effort to portray our proud cultural achievements to those of foreign lands. I can think of no more effective approach to cultural diplomacy than that which the State Department is presently engaged in — the art in the Embassies program.
Senator Thomas J. McIntyre, September 9, Plodding Power - Don HarperLi De La Russe, Nikki St.
George - Electrosonic, Congressional Record. What I find so interesting about traveling is seeing the similarities among cultures.
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