BEVERLY BRODSKY’S PAINTINGS FEATURED IN ART IN EMBASSIES PROGRAM IN SIERRA LEONE
For five decades Art In Embassies Program has played a leading role in U.S. public diplomacy through a focused mission of vital cross- cultural dialogue through the visual arts. It was first created by MOMA AND President John F. Kennedy who formalized it in 1963 at the U. S. Department of State.
Beverly Brodsky’s paintings were selected for installation at the American Embassy in Freetown, Sierra Leone, for a period of two to three years and will be open for public viewing as a cross-cultural exchange beginning 2015.
“It is a fulcrulm of America’s global leadership as we work for freedom, human rights and peace around the world.”
– U.S. Secretary of State, John Forbes Kerry