Tsipi Ben-Haim in Berlin
“What does peace look like? Ask our children. This is exactly what CITYarts did. We engaged children around the globe, enabling them to share their visions and hopes for a future of peace. What emerged was this Mosaic Peace Wall. This artistic offering expresses the visions of students from twelve schools in Berlin and youth organizations, representing 62 countries.
Our youth, in concert with artists and volunteers, translated their creative voices into Pieces for Peace artwork. Their painted tiles were assembled into this Mosaic Peace Wall.
My belief is that when kids create, they do not destroy. This wall serves as an inspiration for the world’s youth to lead the way to an enduring world peace.”
Tsipi Ben-Haim, Executive and Creative Director
CITYarts, Inc., New York, NY, USA.
The Berlin scarf
As an Ambassador of Peace, Tsipi Ben-Haim was wearing the Berlin scarf especially designed for the memorable occasion by designer Azin Valy. The Berlin scarf is the newest addition to Cityzen by Azin collection.
Azin’s fashion line uses satellite map images as a base for her print.
Cityzen expresses Azin’s driving belief that the arts can bridge differences. Azin invites men and women from around the world to become silent ambassadors of cultural dialogue and peace through fashion. The long view brings our commonalities stunningly into focus, transcending all physical and cultural borders. This is Azin's way of bringing the world together, each Cityzen at a time and one city at a time.