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CULTURE SAVES restores hope and promotes peace in areas of conflict through an online community where artists contribute their talent, share their work, connect, and collaborate.  

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Interview with Tunisian Ambassador Fayçal Gouia and Tunisian Singer Anis Letaief

Chief Financial Officer Stephen Powell on Culture Saves and Founder Michelle Kim


Upcoming Events

  • Fall Virtual Concert Series: The Piano Journey
    Nov 18, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Fall Virtual Concert Series: The Piano Journey Join piano virtuosos Michael Sheppard, Derek Zhi Guang Chiu, and Anna Ouspenskaya in their musical journey through the world of keys! Michael Sheppard, October 21 Derek Zhi Guang Chiu, November 18 Anna Ouspenskaya, December 16


Q&A: Hyung Joon Won, activist and musician

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Hyung Joon Won is a South Korean musician and activist for the reunification of North Korea and South Korea who had  recently given a talk and a violin performance at a conference hosted by Princeton for North Korean Human Rights. Over the weekend, Won spoke with The Daily Princetonian about his plan and personal motivation for creating an orchestra with musicians from both North Korea and South Korea.

David Bowie Dies at 69; Star Transcended Music, Art and Fashion

Monday, January 11, 2016

David Bowie never failed to surprise throughout a career that spanned six decades and multiple genres, influencing not just music but also art, fashion and film.  He brought many people together from around the world and gave hope and inspiration through his music.

Tunisia’s New Envoy Reflects On Arab Spring, Five Years Later

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

“We never intended to influence any other country, or to be a model for other societies. Each country has its own realities,” said Gouia, Tunisia’s new ambassador to the United States. “But I think the Tunisian example is now very much appreciated. We enjoy freedom of expression and free speech, and we have recovered our dignity.”

Karim Wasfi scoops top honour at Arabian Business Achievement Awards

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Karim Wasfi, the ‘Maestro of Baghdad’ was named as Humanitarian of the Year at the Arabian Business Achievement Awards, held last night at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai.

The Iraqi national made global headlines earlier this year after footage of the musician playing his cello at bomb sites in Baghdad went viral. His foundation ‘Peace Through Arts’ aims to rebuild not only Iraq’s symphony orchestra, but his country’s broken relationship with the arts. 

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