Wednesday, May 9
Doors: 6:30 PM
Showtime: 7:00 PM
Chautauqua Community House
$12.00 ($9.00 Concert Member)*
Award winning photographer John Noltner drove 40,000 miles across the United States asking people from diverse backgrounds the simple question, “What does peace mean to you?”
In a world that asks us to focus on the things that can separate us, “A Peace of My Mind” employs art and storytelling to rediscover the common humanity that connects us. Since 2009, Noltner has photographed and interviewed Holocaust survivors, refugees, political leaders, artists, homeless individuals, and others, asking them to reveal what peace means to them, how employ it in their lives and what obstacles they encounter along the way. The result is a stunning and heart-felt collection that acknowledges the challenges we face as a society, yet builds hope through the inspiring stories of people committed to peaceful tomorrows.
Join John for an evening of storytelling and stunning imagery as he shares this personal journey of discovery and stories of the inspiring people he met along the way.
“A Peace of My Mind will tug at your heart and your sense of humanity. It’s difficult to digest this work and remain indifferent.” –Terri Lee Freeman, President, National Civil Rights Museum
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