Working for Peace Through the Arts

Working for Peace Through the Arts

Photo: Lara Merrington

Working for Peace Through the Arts

Working for Peace Through the Arts

Photo: True North Arts Ensemble – A Sense of Home

Working for Peace Through the Arts

Image: Detail from Tracing My Journeys by Maureen Atkinson (for Bangarla Stories of Resistance)

The Graham F. Smith Peace Foundation (Peace Foundation) works for peace through the arts by supporting artists who advocate for human rights, social justice, care for the environment and Aboriginal reconciliation.

We provide artists with grants and awards which enable them to create and present inspirational and moving experiences.

Peace Notes

Art for Peace Pre-Order

Art for Peace Pre-Order

Art For Peace will be officially launched on Thursday 30 May during the SA History Festival.

90 Seconds to Midnight

90 Seconds to Midnight

Read the latest update: World peace has never been more at peril, as the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists determined on 24 January this year, when they moved the hands of the Doomsday Clock to 90 seconds before midnight – the closest it has been since it was established in 1947.

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Respecting Kaurna

Kaurna miyurna, Kaurna yarta tampinthi
Recognising Kaurna people and Kaurna land

Photo: Lara Merrington

Support the Peace Foundation

You can take action to support artists who create inspirational and moving experiences.