An amazing time-lapse video, by photographer Stacey Irvin, captured the making of an incredible peace mural with artist Andee Rudloff, STARS youth and attendees at the MidSouth PeaceJam at Belmont University on January 26.
Exploring issues of peace, violence, social justice and oppression, around 250 Mid-South middle and high school students and Belmont student mentors gathered at Belmont University for Nashville’s first ever PeaceJam in a new joint initiative of Belmont University and Students Taking A Right Stand (STARS) which paired youth and college students with a Nobel Peace Laureate, Dr. Shirin Ebadi, for community service projects and a “global cause to action” for their own communities and schools.
Rudloff headed the effort on Belmont’s campus to create a peace mural capturing in a dynamic work of art reflecting the students diverse global peace initiatives which Dr. Ebadi signed.
The day-long effort to create the peace mural is captured in this amazing time-lapse video. Take a look.
STARS extends a huge thanks to artist Andee Rudloff and photographer Stacey Irvin for sharing their time and talents with our incredible youth!