Participate in a CITYarts Pieces for Peace Workshop!

Join thousands of youth from around the world in envisioning PEACE!


Want to learn more about how you can participate?  You can do it in two ways!



When you participate as an individual you can create your Pieces for Peace on your schedule and anywhere! We advise you to download our Pieces for Peace Packet to learn our guidelines before starting.


Classroom or group

Teachers, students, youth group leaders and more can organize a classroom or group workshop with the help of our Pieces for Peace Packet! 



How to Participate:

1. Download your materials

Start by downloading our Pieces for Peace packet and template! Read through the guidelines and instructions before you begin. 

2. Prepare your work station

You should prepare all the materials you will need before you start! Do you want to paint your Pieces for Peace, draw it, or both? You can use collage, markers, colored pencils, etc! Some participants also like to pre-sketch out their idea before working on the template.

3. Create your Pieces for Peace!

Now it's time to put your idea down on our template! Remember, stay within the square because this is where we crop the image! 

Size: All the works of art must be the same size: 6”in. x 6”in. or 15.24 cm. x 15.24 cm.

4. Submit

Originals: Please send us your original works. Include the following information on the back of each piece: name of student, age, name of school and country.

CD: In addition, please compile a CD that contains high-resolution digital images (300 dpi) of each submission along with the information about the students.

Packing & Shipping: Please wrap artwork in plastic to waterproof them. Package with cardboard to ensure the works will not bend. Mark package with “Fragile: Do Not Bend.” Shipping address: 


77 Bleecker Street, C2-18

New York, NY

10012, USA


5. Explore our Pieces for Peace online exhibition!

Check in to our website to find the Pieces for Peace online exhibition and find your work! Once you have found your piece, explore all the other Pieces for Peace created from youth around the world!