Projects

Current Projects

  • The LOVE Lesson Exhibit
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    Through August 31, 2011, artwork by students from the MasterPEACE program was on exhibit at the Dallas Public Library at 1515 Young Street, Dallas TX

    What is the LOVE Lesson?

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  • MasterPEACE: Young Artists Making A Kinder World
    <>MasterPEACE:  Young Artists Making a Kinder World. MasterPEACE Workshops are a model for students in resolving conflicts with peers, family, friends in school, in the neighborhood, at home and in ... more

Past Projects

  • STATIONS TWO
    <>STATIONS TWO an interactive public artwork gathering the COLLECTIVE VOICE OF HUMAN FORGIVENESS a sound never before heard.  <> <>READ THE BLOG AND SEE PHOTOS OF THE TRIP: http://jamesneel.typepad.... more
  • Stations
    <>Stations is an interactive public artwork accompanying the international tour of the play "Truth in Translation" about post-aparthied South Africa. STATIONS is a stark reminder about the healing p... more
  • The TMtB PEACE TRAIN at School and at Home!
    <>Peace making was in play when teams from Today Marks the Beginning went into Dallas schools to encourage local children to create art about their "Vision of Peace." We told the students that their... more
  • Women Who Rock the World
    <>Today Marks the Beginning presented a two-day event with Carol Lee Flinders, author of Enduring Lives. The first event was a lecture and book-signing: "Enduring Lives: Women and Faith in Action". ... more
  • World Peace Day
    Jeremy Gilley, the man who orchestrated the naming of September 21 as World Peace Day, came to Dallas on Sept. 13. His visit was co-sponsored by Today Marks the Beginning, The Dallas Peace Center,... more
  • Theatrical Production of Truth Be Told
    <>Tickets for each of the three nights were sold out days in advance and all three performances had standing-room-only crowds.  "Powerful" and "incredible!" were the adjectives most often used by au... more


Photos by: John Katz, James Neel, Marilyn Bishkin, Karen Blessen, Tracy Hicks and Diane Hosey