The arts can be one of most effective mediums to enhance understanding, bring about respect, enable sharing, and deepen friendships between diverse peoples, cultures and faiths.  CARAVAN, where Paul-Gordon Chandler serves as Founding President, is an international arts non-profit/NGO that is a global leader in using the arts to build sustainable peace, bring harmony, transform communities and change people's worldviews around the world.

 

CARAVAN enables transformation to take place by creating artistic “encounter points” around the world that bring together those of divergent backgrounds and worldviews to stimulate discussion, dialogue and education, promoting further understanding, with a vision toward healing our world and creatively fostering peace, harmony, wholeness and health in all its forms.  CARAVAN’s artistic initiatives have resulted in unprecedented gatherings of renowned and emerging artists from all over the world, coming together to use art to further our global quest for a more harmonious future both with each other and with the earth.

 

Learn more at www.oncaravan.org

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Paul-Gordon Chandler, Bishop-Elect of the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming, is an author, non-profit executive, peacemaker, art curator, social entrepreneur and US Episcopal priest. He grew up in Senegal, West Africa, and has lived and worked extensively around the world in senior leadership roles within faith-based publishing, the arts, ecumenical relief and development and The Episcopal Church.  An authority on the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, he is the Founding President of CARAVAN, an international NGO/non-profit that is a global leader in using the arts to build sustainable peace, bring harmony, transform communities and change people's worldviews around the world.

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