Peace Notes

Working for Peace Through the Arts

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.

Supporting the Voice Referendum Community Campaign Toolkit

Supporting the Voice Referendum Community Campaign Toolkit

The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation (Peace Foundation) is committed to the Uluru Statement from the Heart: a gift of hope, love, and peace from First Nations Peoples given to all Australians in 2017 to create a better and united Australia.

Inaugural 2022 Peace Award for an Artist in Residence – H Lawrence Sumner

Inaugural 2022 Peace Award for an Artist in Residence – H Lawrence Sumner

On Thursday 29 September 140 people gathered at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute for Wesley Enoch AM’s keynote address called Making Marks: Arts and Social Justice and the presentation of the 2022 Graham F Smith Peace Award for an Artist in Residence. The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation and Assemblage, Flinders University’s Centre for Creative Arts hosted the evening.

Exciting New Partnership with Assemblage

Exciting New Partnership with Assemblage

The Peace Foundation is pleased to announce a new three-year partnership with Flinders University through the Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts. The partnership will build on the respective strengths and goals of the partners and deliver the Graham F Smith Artist’s...

Kaurna Reconciliation Sculptures Return

Kaurna Reconciliation Sculptures Return

After a long five year absence, the Kaurna Reconciliation Sculptures have been returned to the entrance of the Adelaide Festival Centre (AFC) – to once again publicly recognise Kaurna people and Kaurna land. In a moving ceremony held on Saturday 12 February, the...