Cranes for Peace

The Asian tradition of 1,000 cranes represents granting a special wish, happiness, good fortune, and often used to symbolize peace.

Your purchase of Washi Origami Crane Earrings supports ending the violence against Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI). A portion of each purchase will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate. This organization tracks and reports incidents of hate, violence, harassment, and discrimination as well as provides translation services, advocacy, and more.

 

Join us as we use art to convey peace with a purchase of origami crane earrings. Available at the Schack Art Center in Everett, WA. and also in-store and online ordering at the Bellevue Art Museum in Bellevue, WA. 

 

Thank you for supporting our "Cranes for Peace" fundraising campaign to end AAPI hate.

Cranes in Flight: View photos of supporters wearing their Washi Origami Crane earrings below.

 

Cranes in Flight

Judy Tuohy, Executive Director

Schack Arts Center, Everett, WA

Jan

Everett, WA

Chris

St. Paul, MN

Colette Newer (Cranes over the World ), Bothell, WA

S.F.

 Bothell, WA

B.K. with M.K. 

Des Moines, WA

G.H.

Everett, WA

Jamie Baker

Gladstone, OR

Sandy

 Bothell, WA

Patty M.  

Bothell, WA

               Alexis                    New Orleans, LA

J.L.R.

Seattle, WA/New Orleans, LA

Janet Baker

 Newberg, OR

Taryn   

Tacoma, WA

J.H.

Woodinville, WA

Lindsey  

Brooklyn, NY

Sandy

Bothell, WA

Waiting for an Owner to Fly   

Tacoma, WA

Waiting for an Owner To Claim

Bellevue, WA

Waiting for an Owner to Free

Everett, WA