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ONE PEACE an all ages charity art event


at bergamot station in santa monica Tickets:

“The arts, whether as formal therapy, community outreach or enrichment, do impact lives in positive, far-reaching ways. They change the way we experience the world and when provided with intention and understanding, they can reduce stress, increase positivity, and reinforce self-efficacy. Most of all, the very existence of creative expression as a human behavior embodies the everpresent transformative possibility for hope to emerge from despair, aggression and violence.� -Cathy Malchiodi, PhD, LPCC, LPAT, ATR-BC

Cover art: untitled self by marley van

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ONE PEACE m.a.m.a. earth presents: One Peace: A Charity Art Event at Andrew Weiss Gallery at the historic Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, CA Curated by Jaime Kailani Bayot and Andrea Miller

New oerings from emerging and established artists from Los Angeles, New York and the Philippines. Live music and dance performances, live screen-printing by Hit+Run, an interactive all-ages art project, food trucks and punch bowls. SCHEDULE: Saturday, June 21st, 2014 | Exhibit open to the public 11am-5:30pm Soundlab at the Gallery 6pm-10pm Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 | Family Day 11:00am - 4:00 pm Participating Artists: Bernadette Bayot, Ronda Brown, Eric Coleman, Ben Ferrer, Adia Millett, Marley Van Peebles, Farah Sosa, Shah Wonders plus an installation of artwork from Short Elementary School and Crenshaw High School One Peace features work representing a cross-section of emerging and established artists. This year’s exhibit explores the universal need to be creative and pays tribute to the ancestors who have come before us. Proceeds from the event will help to fund continuing m.a.m.a. earth art, music and nature programs as well as those of our non-profit partners. Through creativity, we can achieve our highest potential as Art allows us to heal ourselves, one another and the world. We have asked this remarkable group of creators to share their creativity with us to help m.a.m.a. earth make a change for the better. Ways to get involved include celebrity contributions of original artwork, financial sponsorship, in-kind donations i.e., T-shirts, gift bag items, giveaways, catering, printing. Please contact andrea@4mamaearth with any inquiries.







Thank you to our generous ONE PEACE sponsors!


For information on how you can participate, donate or lend a hand, email: Andrea Miller Creative Director m.a.m.a. earth Los Angeles, CA

jaime kailani






m.a.m.a. earth is a grassroots community organization, based in Los Angeles, using the power of art, music and nature to make a change for the better, locally and globally. Since 2007, our mission has been to inspire others to give back in their own communities while raising awareness about issues that aect us all. We partner with schools as well as local and global non-profits to present workshops and fundraising events. The m.a.m.a. earth team has planted countless edible gardens around the world, facilitated donations such as instruments for school music programs and presented charity concerts that have raised money for things like water filtration systems in Haiti, schools in Sierra Leone and enrichment classes for underserved populations in Los Angeles. Global chapters have been launched in places like Brazil, Chile, the Philippines and Germany with young people planting trees, cleaning up neighborhoods and collecting clothing and toys for local orphanages. Get involved and help us continue this work that aects so many across the globe. Learn more at

Our friends at project haiti bring clean water systems and aquaponic gardens to rural villages

m.a.m.a. earth presents all-ages classes at center for living peace (in about art, music and nature

m.a.m.a. e a r t h always pays it forward proceeds raised from the one peace art show will fund ongoing m.a.m.a. earth programs and those of our nonprofit partners, including:









at bergamot station in santa monica Featuring: Bernadette Bayot | Ronda Brown | Eric Coleman | Ben Ferrer | yu maeda Adia Millett | Farah Sosa | Shah Wonders | Marley Van Peebles LIVE SCREENPRINTING BY





left(clockwise):1. c-print on paper by adia millett 2. Drawing by marley van peebles 3. Painting by ben ferrer 4. Live screen printing by hit+run





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Marley He Mana'o Akamai Van Peebles was born at home in water on November 9, 1998 in Los Angeles, California. He is the progeny of (film director) Mario Van Peebles and (artist and philanthropist) Jaime Kailani Bayot, grandson to the legendary filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles and nephew to international pop star Bruno Mars. Marley is a venerable third generation artist from both mother and father's side so his improbable artistic genius is as cumulatively congenital as it is objective and rare. Van Peebles may be 14 chronologically but artistically and creatively, he is a wondrous, complex and artistic force who has great potential to develop and succeed in art. While young talent is somewhat abundant in the art world, style certainly is not. Have you ever read about gifted children with the incomprehensible ability to effortlessly rattle off answers to very complex mathematical equations? Well, Marley's art talent would be analogous to that kind of genius but in an artistically and visually creative way. His "vision" and how he lays it down on paper is a wonder and curiosity. Marley’s work has been collected by serious art collectors like actor and filmmaker Leonardo DiCaprio. Van Peebles will officially debut his work in Los Angeles at the “One Peace” art event on June 9, 2013.

Lali, 2012 c-print on paper by adia millett

t Visual artis Adia millett

Adia Millett, originally from Los Angeles, California received her MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. In 2001, she moved to New York City for the prestigious Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, followed by the Studio Museum in Harlem residency program. Millett has been a standout in numerous group exhibitions including the well-received “Greater New York” show at PS1 in Long Island City, New York and “Freestyle” at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. In the past, she has been included in exhibitions at the Barbican Gallery in London; The California African American Museum, Los Angeles; The Craft and Folk Museum in LA; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta; The Santa Monica Museum of Art; and The Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans. Millett has taught as an artist in residence at Columbia College in Chicago, UC Santa Cruz, Cooper Union in NY, and currently at California College of the Arts. She is a recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. In 2008, she had a major solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia. Adia is represented by Mixed Greens Gallery in New York.

painter Ben ferrer

Ben Ferrer,

is a Philippine-born, Los Angeles-based, American artist who specializes in portraiture. Ben has been working as a registered nurse as his main profession for the last 14 years and currently works at Keck Medical Center of USC, where he discovered and started his artistic journey. Ben began drawing coworkers and patients as a means of engaging and uplifting them, as well as their families.Ben sees his talent as a mere reflection or an honest capturing of what he sees in reality. His main goal as an artist is not to be flawless or perfect. Instead, Ben’s approach is to maintain the integrity of the subject(s) and to tell his/her story; which he does beautifully. Although on the surface nursing and artistry seem unrelated, Ben feels that nursing contributes very much to his artistic development and journey. Nursing has made him sensitive and responsive to emotions and expressions – which he feels is key to recognizing his patients’ needs. Ben adds that, “Many years of bedside nursing has provided me with emotional maturity and a wealth of knowledge in understanding individuals at their most difficult, trying times. Behind every face there is a great story to be told. There is an essence, a soul, a fighting spirit. Thus, I put forward my best effort in capturing these characteristics and making them apparent in the portrait.”

Artwork by shah wonders

ius Creative gen Shah wonders

Shah Wonders is a Grammy and MTV award winning, Brooklyn-based graphic artist. Weaving his skills in a range of mediums, his style lends itself to the mashing of traditional illustration, Japanese Anime and “Pop Extravagance”. He’s created iconic images of some of the biggest celebrities including Jay Z, Muhammad Ali, Bruno Mars and Lil’ Wayne. His latest brainchild, Pinksick & Co. is a Contemporary Art/ Design/ Fashion/ Animation and Film studio that supplies a substantial amount creative girth to an exclusive celebrity clientele from the likes of Nike, Jay-Z and John Lennon. Pinksick leaves it's otherworldly touch on the pulse of all things creatively genius and beyond.

Artwork by ronda brown



Ronda Brown is a multi-disciplinary artist whose sculptures and paintings bridge a gap between the urban and the ancient. A Los Angeles native by birth, Ronda lived in New York City for almost 10 years. This bi-coastal influence, along with her global travels through Europe, India, Asia and the Caribbean have lent her a kaleidoscopic world view. Ronda's art launches an urban mystic sensibility through the canon of authentic hip hop, spoken word and soul music via multidimensional artworks. She is the recipient of several visual arts scholarships and awards and her artwork has appeared in numerous shows throughout New York, Los Angeles, and London. Currently, Ronda Brown is Art Director and teacher at Crenshaw High School. Here she mentors and instructs school age students in all art mediums, encouraging young minds and spirits to find an empowered voice through creative self expression. Ronda is also creator of the coffee table book The Inner Mind of a DJ that recreates an iconic Hip Hop destination, DJ Kiilu Grand’s, Rec Room. Here, some of the most famous recording artists, producers, and emcees created and collaborated. The Rec Room provides a unique and engaging Hip Hop timeline that acts as a bridge from Hip Hop’s earliest influences to its emerging present. Ronda will exhibit work at the One Peace art show as well as curate an interactive art project for all ages.



Hit+run inting r p n e e r c s e v Li The “HIT+RUN CREW� has become an expansive, ever-growing network of both underground and street level graphic and fine artists. HIT+RUN is the world's premier live screen printing Crew, founded in 2005 by Los Angeles artists Brandy Flower and Mike Crivello. With Crews based in Los Angeles, London, Singapore, Melbourne & Sydney, the HIT+RUN mobile print studio can be seen at events, happenings and exhibitions across the globe. Collaboration is at the heart of HIT+RUN, working with the world's leading artists, event producers, record labels, agencies, brands and creative visionaries. At each HIT+RUN event, Flower and Crivello act as curators, selecting from their network of artists to compile a collection of exclusive single-color silkscreen designs. Guests personally select their own combination and placement of the designs, each graphic solely available during the single night exhibitions. Party goers interact in the screenprinting process on-site with the HIT+RUN CREW to create one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art. More than 1200 events later, HIT+RUN will be live screen-printing at the One Peace show.

One peace Objectives:

1. subsizize enrichment workshops for all ages 2. Subsizide alter: an after school arts & writing program in south los angeles 3. support global community service projects 4. clean water systems for rural villages in haiti ($75 gives 100 people clean water for 5 years)

The team has worked with edible farms and gardens in the us, kenya, tanzania, jamaica and haiti chapters are helping children in chile, the philippines, germany and brazil



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hamburg germany mina zulal youth director

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