Peace Notes

Working for Peace Through the Arts

Peace Rules in 2021

Peace Rules in 2021

Peace Rules is an opportunity for secondary school performing arts students to address the question “What can I do to contribute to peace?” Promoting understanding, tolerance, inclusivity and care for our environment, students and teachers are offered the opportunity...

2020 Community Lottery

2020 Community Lottery

Heartfelt thanks to everyone who bought People’s Choice Community Lottery tickets to benefit the Peace Foundation. Were you a winner?  Read more …. We hope some Peace Foundation supporters were amongst the prize winners. Check out the full list of winning tickets...

Our 2020 Peace Award and Major Grant

Our 2020 Peace Award and Major Grant

We are pleased to announce that this year's recipient is Reckless Eye Productions for the documentary BEYOND SORRY (in production) about Aboriginal and settler descendants coming together to confront legacies of violence from Australia’s pastoral frontier. Read more …...

Peace Rules Film Focus 2020

Peace Rules Film Focus 2020

In 2020 the Peace Rules Showcase has been re-imagined for our COVID19 world, presenting a unique opportunity for secondary performing and creative arts students and teachers to create a film in their schools. Congratulations to the five successful schools who created...

SACE Peace Art Award

SACE Peace Art Award

The 2020 Peace Foundation SACE Art Show award recipient is Elias Raptis for his painting entitled I Too, Like You Had a Face. The theme of his work is the Holocaust and his painting, in mostly greyscale, depicts faceless people in the midst of violence and death. Read...

Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki

August 2020 was a sobering and important month with many around the world taking time to reflect on the horror and devastation of the bombing of Hiroshima (6 August) and Nagasaki 9 August) 75 years ago, and to stand against the ongoing existence of nuclear weapons....

Peace Award at the Fringe

Peace Award at the Fringe

Congratulations to this year’s recipient of the Adelaide Fringe Peace Award! – Kafka’s Ape performed by Tony Miyambo

The Parallel Effect in the Covid 19 world

The Parallel Effect in the Covid 19 world

The recipient of the 2019 Peace Foundation major grant – The Parallel Effect by Origami Flight with Daz Chandler as lead artist and producer was originally commissioned as part of Australia’s 2020 Next Wave arts festival. 

Reconciliation Week

Reconciliation Week

2020 marks two decades since Australians came together all over the country to walk across bridges and roads in solidarity and support for reconciliation. 

Refugee Week 2020

Refugee Week 2020

Celebrating the Year of Welcome – Sunday 14 June to Saturday 20 June