Artist/Photographer seeks INTERN for INTERNATIONAL Non Profit ART PROJECT

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The Peace Caravan Project

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Fine Art Artist/Photographer seeks top-notch INTERN to assist in large scale International Art Project. To apply you must be a reliable and responsible individual who is self-motivated and driven to meet new challenges. In this stage of the project, the duties include communications with international government cultural agencies, corporations, and nonprofits. You will be assisting with the fundraising and development, creating partnership opportunities for NGO's and corporations in the Silk Road and other ancient trade routes. Writing press releases and promotions including exhibition installations. There is unlimited growth potential as project progresses. The accepted candidate will receive a wealth of experience in the arts and working to raise awareness for Peace. To learn more please visit the Peace Caravan website:

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About The Peace Caravan Project


185 E 85 #19E, NEW YORK, NY 10028, US

Mission Statement

The Peace Caravan Project aims to nourish the principles of international co-operation, exchange cultural values, promote the understanding of the environment, and foster the equality of all peoples including women and children. There is an urgent need from people around the world for openness and cultural exchange to help gain the mutual respect necessary for world peace.


Artist Marla Mossman and her Peace Caravan Project are traveling from Jerusalem, Israel to X'ian, China by car, foot, horse, mule and camel to document places of historical and religious significance mentioned in the Bible, the Torah, the Koran and the Veda's. In a quest to explore her heritage and spirituality and the connection to Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Islam she has already taken four expeditions to photograph India, Turkey, Afghanistan and the Middle East countries of Syria, Jordan and Israel.

Along this route, often called the Silk Road, there is an imminent fear as violence and the encroaching modernization in the region threaten the indigenous way of life. Mossman is optimistic that by sharing photographs and stories from her travels that readers will find a new appreciation for the religious and cultural heritages of these nations and that a new way to peace will reveal itself.

The New York Foundation for the Arts is the Fiscal sponsor of the Peace Caravan project, as a 50(C)3 non-profit organization all donations made through NYFA to the Peace Caravan project are tax-deducible to the full extent of the law.

To make your on-line Donations to the Peace Caravan Proect via NYFA, please state The Peace Caravan Project in the Designation field. Thank you.


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185 E 85 #19ENEW YORK, NY 10028



  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Fundraising
  • Internet Research
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Arts Administration


  • People 55+


  • Wednesday 1-5pm

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