Hello World by TransCultural Exchange

Hello World is an international project where artists throughout the world have submitted artworks to share with all of us. We hope you enjoy this gesture of goodwill and solidarity from our colleagues around the globe.

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About TransCultural Exchange

TransCultural Exchange is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to foster a greater understanding of world cultures through high-quality art projects, cultural exchanges and educational programming, most notably, their International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts. TransCultural Exchange’s three-decades of service in the field of cultural exchange, across various disciplines has resulted in a large and loyal global network, ensuring the success of its projects. These efforts have earned the organization considerable acclaim, support and awards from institutions such as the Northeast Chapter of the International Art Critics Association (AICA), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Massachusetts Cultural Council, Boston Cultural Council, Asian Cultural Council, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Boston Foundation, swissnex Boston, the Netherland-American Foundation, among many others.

For more information on TransCultural Exchange, visit www.transculturalexchange.org

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