International Mural Artist Comes to Atlanta With Message of 'World Peace'

International Mural Artist Comes to Atlanta With Message of ‘World Peace’

His message is simple, but strong short, but necessary and lofty, but reachable. The message is ‘World Peace’

January 16, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Atlanta, GA – His message is simple, but strong… short, but necessary… and lofty, but reachable. The message is “World Peace.” The man behind it is an international mural artist based out of Miami, Florida named Renda Writer. He conceived The World Peace Mural Tour in April, 2016 and has since created 26 “World Peace Murals,” across 2 countries, 8 states, and 18 cities.

The 27th mural for The World Peace Mural Tour will be created on Saturday, January 21st, 2017, from 10am-8pm at Apache Café, located 64 3rd St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308. Georgia residents and people of all ages, races, religions, political views and sexual preferences are encouraged to attend the FREE event and watch as Renda Writer fills one of Apache Café’s exterior walls (the wall facing Spring St.) with a hand-painted repetitious usage of the simple phrase, “World Peace” over and over and over.

The installation of the World Peace Mural will take place on the first day of the Trump Administration. The open-invite event, created for people to watch the artist at work, is offered as a peaceful alternative to the protests likely to pop up in response to Trump taking office.

More information:

www.ApacheCafe.info
www.RendaWriter.com
www.WorldPeaceMuralTour.com
www.Facebook.com/WorldPeaceMuralTour
www.Instagram.com/WorldPeaceMuralTour

Facebook Event Page: www.facebook.com/events/369118140116134/

Event Brite Page: www.eventbrite.com/e/live-art-world-peace-mural-installation-tickets-31011875354

January 21st, 2017 – 10am-8pm – LIVE ART – Installation of World Peace Mural #27 in
The World Peace Mural Tour – FREE EVENT @ Apache Café, 64 3rd St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
Candle Lighting Ceremony at 6:30pm
ALL AGES OUTDOOR EVENT

Renda Writer points to a popular Eleanor Roosevelt quote to illustrate why he planned the mural installation on this pivotal date in American history: “It is better to light a candle, than to curse the darkness.” With this idea in mind, all attendees are invited to take part in a candle-lighting ceremony at 6:30pm. Everyone will be given a candle and a symbolic opportunity to embrace the idea of peaceful action and global human unity over politically divisiveness and low vibrating squabbles.

 

Source: PR