This December, CAMP Rehoboth is once again honored to host the Pacem in Terris Traveling Visionary Peace Youth Art Exhibition in its gallery. On display are 13 inspiring works created by young Delaware artists aged 5 to 18, who have responded to the question "What does peace mean to me?" This exhibition not only prompts reflection on the concept of peace but also offers an opportunity to celebrate the remarkable talent and imagination of these budding artists.

Join us on Sunday, December 17, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. for a special "Peace in the Afternoon" Reception. Enjoy light refreshments, immerse yourself in the art, and engage in meaningful conversations about what peace signifies to you.

Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to participate in building a Community Peace Display Board or share their visions of a peaceful world through social media. This interactive aspect adds a communal dimension to the event, allowing attendees to contribute their thoughts on fostering harmony in our global community.

Pacem in Terris, a grassroots organization committed to cultivating transformative relationships that promote healing and peace, proudly supports this initiative. Likewise, CAMP Rehoboth, a community service organization dedicated to fostering a positive and inclusive environment for all sexual orientations and gender identities in Rehoboth Beach and its surrounding communities, is thrilled to be part of this powerful exhibition.

As we explore the artworks on display, we are reminded of the profound words of one young artist: "It doesn’t matter if you are poor, or rich, or different…you are a part of peace." This sentiment encourages us to embrace diversity and unity as essential components of a peaceful world.

For those unable to attend the reception, the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center welcomes visitors before December 22 to experience this exhibition and contribute to the Community Peace Display Board.

This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on