Online Multimedia Exhibitions
United Nations, December 1999 – February 2000
The Children’s “Visions of the New Millennium” Exhibition was featured in the lobby of the United Nations, December 17 through February 28, 2000. This Exhibition featured the Survivors Art Foundation Kosovo Refugee Out-Reach Project “Flight to Freedom Mobile” and eight hand-painted silk panels and photographs; Other children’s works from SAF’s Safe Kids Web site were also exhibited, including “Art Sense”, a ten foot ceramic mosaic mural created by 200 deaf and blind children from the Elywin Facility, Media PA.; a magnificent eight-foot circular acrylic painting titled “Journey into Healing,” created by teenage rape survivors (ages 13-18); from Bosnia, a photo-journalistic study created by children (ages 5-16) during the war; and a reproduction of the Ferris School for Boy’s Murals. The exhibition is in collaboration with the United Nations. New! View the United Nations show online.
USArtists, October 1999
The “USArtists Exhibition” featured ten hand-painted silk panels from the Survivors Art Foundation Kosovo Refugees Outreach Project. The USArtists Exhibition took place on October 22, 23, and 24th, 1999 at the 33rd Street Armory, Philadelphia, PA. View the panels online — View excerpts from the USArtists show online.
360° Panoramic Galleries:
Survivors Art Foundation, in collaboration with the Huntington Breast Cancer Coalition, exhibited at Saks Fifth Avenue in Huntington NY, September 22-28,1999. SAF participants Oxana’s and Wendy Csoka’s work were featured at an in-store exhibition; all proceeds supporting breast cancer research. View 360° Panoramic Gallery online in both QuickTime and Java.
The “Head for Health” Seminar and Multi-Media Art Exhibition was hosted by the Hofstra Museum at Hofstra University, in collaboration with Survivors Art Foundation and the Acoustic Neuroma Association, on August 14, 1999. View “Head for Health” online now.
SAF at August, 1999 Lilith Fairs
Survivors Art Foundation was selected by the Lilith Fair to provide the concertgoers at various sites around the country with an Inter-Active Arts Program. 1999 is the last year that the all-female performer concert, the Lilith Fair, will be touring the US. SAF volunteers worked with all age groups attending the concert on an art project that will be displayed on the Lilith Fair and SAF web sites. View the Lilith Fair Virtual Scrapbook online.
Premier Exhibit a Success
“Birth,” the first multimedia art show of the new Survivor’s Art Foundation (SAF) premiered March 19-21 at the Southampton Cultural Center. Featuring the work of more than 40 artists, both local and international, “Birth” focused on the healing power of art in all forms from painting, sculpture, and photography to dance, poetry and computer arts View the “Birth” show online.