The Unveiling of the ARTYA Awards
ArtTour International Magazine, in collaboration with Artists for a Green Planet and Manhattan Neighborhood Network El Barrio Firehouse, is proud to present the exciting ARTYA AWARDS ceremony honoring a selection of artists for their role in environmental conservation through the arts. World-renowned figures in the art industry will converge in New York to celebrate their achievements and contributions in making the world a better place through art. The ceremony will take place on December 13th at 6:30 pm in the televisions studios of Manhattan Neighborhood Network in New York, located at 175 E 104th St, New York, NY 10029.
Leading artists from all over the world are the proud recipients of this prestigious award, and their works will be showcased in a digital exhibit that will be shared with the Arttour International audience on all our social media platforms.
The award recognized the artists’ concerted efforts in raising awareness of the plight of the planet on the precipice of destruction. The event was created by ArtTour International’s Editor In Chief Viviana Puello, as an opportunity to celebrate and make a change through the gift and influence of art.
The awarded artists receive an original sculpture representing an Autumn Leaf. The sculpture is entitled “Sunset of Hope.” It’s a leaf created in bronze. Each one of them is unique and has a different color ranging from green to gold. This unique, spectacular sculpture embodies everything that the ARTYA AWARDS stand for. The Awards were created by Arttour International Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Artists For A Green Planet and the ARTYA AWARDS, Viviana Puello, and each one is an original piece of artwork by the artist
The leaves, when put together, represent the Tree of Life and is a symbol to express that united we make a difference, and each one has its unique beauty to offer to the universe. We should not look into our differences but what we can do together as humanity.
The ARTYA AWARDS CEREMONY is an event that marks the beginning of a global wave of artists keen on protecting the environment from further destruction and making the world a better place.
ATTENTION ARTISTS: SUBMIT YOUR WORKS FOR THE ARTYA 2020 ISSUE.