The Fourth NO-BOundaries International Art Exhibition openings at Columbia University and the United Nations Headquarters
The Fourth NO-BOundaries International Art Exhibition had a grand opening at Columbia University and the United Nations Headquarters, displaying children’s art through NASDAQ and Thomson Reuters, the iconic LED displays in Times Square.
The Fourth NO-BOundaries International Art Exhibition kicked off at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University on August 12. Themed “A Drop of Water,” the exhibition from August 12 to 16 featured more than 150 artworks by children in grades K-12 from 15 countries, including China, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Brazil, India, and Kenya. At the same time, No-Boundaries Committee also hosted a special exhibition named ‘A Drop of Water Inspiring Dreams’ at the United Nations Headquarters and ran a charity campaign through NASDAQ and Thomson Reuters, the iconic LED displays in Times Square.
“The exhibition connects children and teenagers all over the world, showing their observation of life and wishes towards the bright future through their artworks.” Baitong Yan said, “The young artists from different countries described their little dreams in the language of art, aiming to call for people around to be thankful for water, to care for water, and to protect the water resource.”
On August 13, No-Boundaries ran a charity campaign through NASDAQ and Thomson Reuters, the iconic LED displays in Times Square-the Crossroads of the World. During the campaign, No-Boundaries presented ‘A Drop of Water’ posters and artworks by No-Boundaries artists.
At the same time, No-Boundaries Committee hosted a special exhibition named ‘A Drop of Water Inspiring Dreams’ at the United Nations Headquarters from August 12 to 16, displaying 60 pieces of art. Mr. Jun Yang, the Education Counselor of the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in New York, gave a speech at the exhibition opening on August 13. As a partner, McDonald’s China sponsored six young artists and their families to travel to New York and join us at the exhibition opening.
This year’s theme is “A Drop of Water,” which encourages exploration of the relationship between human beings and water through art. No-Boundaries is a multi-city project that aims to build an international art and educational platform by connecting young artists regardless of nationality, languages, or culture. The artwork will be shown in galleries open to the public in the host cities of Beijing, Paris, Nairobi, New York, and Rio de Janeiro.