Programs/Exhibits


“To survive and create a more peaceful future, we must also become literate in the art of living and the art of waging peace.  — Paul Chappell, author of the "Road to Peace Book Series"

 

Peace Literacy Programs

Find inspiration and practical tools to live peaceably

at the Dayton International Peace Museum!

TIPS for Teens-Apply Now for Winter

 TIPS meets on Saturdays from 5-7 P.M.

The second session of TIPS begins just after the holidays in January and will include new students interested in joining us. All local middle and high school students are invited to join.

 The year will include four 6-8 week sessions and a weeklong summer camp. When teens sign up for a 6-8 week session, please make every effort to be present for all meetings. Participation and attendance is vital to our success!

To learm more about TIPS, fill out the application on this website or contact TIPS Coordinator, Jan Futrell, at (937) 859-3237.

What does peace look like?

Why do we need peace?  Ponder these questions through the art of Ingrid Hess, a Boston artist whose art adorns the walls of the main hall of the museum.

Stivers School of Arts students enjoy the Quilting the Golden Rule exhibit

Season of Non-Violence: Practical Tools for Living Nonviolence in Everyday Life

Sunday, January 29, 2017      2 – 3:30 pm 

 

Please join the Dayton International Peace Museum on January 29, 2017 as we begin this year's Season for Nonviolence (January 30-April 4) with an introduction to Nonviolent Communication©. 

Peace Heroes Room

Visit the Peace Heroes Room to experience the power of peace hero ideals to change the world through the stories of local peace heroes such as Margaret Peters, Ted Studebaker and Sister Dorothy Stang.

The Peace Heroes Room features local and international stories of amazing peace-makers, including photos, artifacts, and video presentations.