Albion Michigan - Saturday, October 5, thousands stopped by Starr
Commonwealth to see the "crop circles" - the Earth Works,
a part of the World Peace Initiative. This major art showing has one
presence in the United States, and it is here. You can go up in a hot
air balloon, see the peace banners designed by youth all over the United
States, hear music, and much more.
Find out more by following
the links below. The photo tour of the event is now
on-line. Click here to see the final showing.
Starr Earth works in the works
STARR COMMONWEALTH TO UNVEIL WORLD PEACE INITIATIVE EARTHWORK 2002 Starr
Commonwealth, 13725 26 Mile Rd., Albion, will host a major event of
international, and perhaps even universal, scope this Saturday, Oct.
5 as it unveils the World Peace Initiative Earthwork 2002 project. This
special project has drawn on the talents of both international and local
artists, school children, and people of all backgrounds to create a
true celebration of the Oneness of Humankind.
For more on this
story, plus a schedule of events, go to
For more information
on the Starr Commonwealth/World Peace Initiative Earthwork 2002 see
the web site at http://www.worldpeaceart.org
For an aerial view of the Earthwork go to http://www.worldpeaceart.org/earth.html
To find out more about Starr Commonwealth see their web site at http://www.starr.org
Photo: John M. Galloway
High schoolers design a 9-foot square peace banner to be included in
a 37-acre "Starr Earthwork 2002" exhibit from Sept. 29-Oct.
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