We know that the world is facing a deep crisis. We also know that Nonviolence International has a story to tell. It is a story of hope. Hope in dark times. Realistic and grounded hope based in struggle and success.
Our Co-Founders – Mubarak Awad, Abdul Aziz Said, and Jonathan Kuttab and our longtime Executive Director Michael Beer want to celebrate with you. They have arranged to have high quality prints from the great artist Kamal Boulatta to be auctioned at this special event for the benefit of the organization he loved and gave so much time to build. Mubarak Awad, a lifelong friend, said “Kamal’s life was devoted to nonviolence, justice and cultural resistance. He will live on through his art and his life’s work.”
Kamal Boullata, a renowned Palestinian artist, historian, and writer who served on the NI board for a quarter century, died on August 6. Boullata was known both for his artwork, which followed the geometric hurufiyya movement, and his academic writings on Palestinian art history. His painting and prints are housed in the collections of the British Museum, the Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris; the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman; the New York Public Library; Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha; and many more prime collections.
We rely on donations to fulfill our vital mission. Major donors and monthly sustaining donors are particularly impactful. If you feel passionate about our work and would like to support the mission of our organization outside of the auction, please visit us at our website to make a donation.
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