As part of its Mission Statement, ARTS FOR A BETTER WORLD has decided to promote and give visibility to different non profit organizations and projects.


In 2011, ARTS FOR A BETTER WORLD has elected to promote and support the following organizations:


Katherine M. Taglialatella Foundation, New York: www.kmtfoundation.org


Created by world renowned art dealer and gallery owner Dominic Taglialatella, the Katherine M. Taglialatella Foundation, a 501c3 based in New York, provides tuition support for children of single parent families attending the Mount Carmel-Holy Rosary School in East Harlem, New York.


Mr. Taglialatella hosts fundraisers for the School in New York and Palm Beach in association with Rao's Restaurant of New York; he works with the School's art department, loans significant artworks for the classroom each month and sponsors fieldtrips to his New York gallery.


100% of the proceeds of two featured works at ARTS FOR A BETTER WORLD will be donated to the KMTaglialatella Foundation and the foundation's work will be showcased as a blueprint for other galleries to adopt underprivileged schools worldwide.


Arts & Business Council of Miami: www.artsbizmiami.org

The Arts & Business Council of Miami (ABC) is a unique program making a positive and significant difference in South Florida assisting more than 500 arts groups and thousands of individual artists through volunteer programs, educational outreach, leadership training, collaborations and networking events. ABC serves as a vigorous and effective catalyst for building working partnerships between the corporate & cultural communities. ABC has proven value to all organizations from grass roots emerging groups to majors. cultural institutions. Incorporated in Florida as a 501c3 non-profit organization in June, 1985.


Institut Van Gogh, France launching Van Gogh's Dream, a French non profit organization: www.vangoghsdream.org


"One day, I believe I will have an exhibition of my own in a café."

It was on the 10th of June 1890, not long before his death, that Vincent van Gogh wrote of his desire to have his own exhibition in a café.
For many years now, the Institut Van Gogh, under the guidance of its president, Dominique-Charles Janssens, has been striving to fulfill the Dutch painter's wish by exhibiting his work in an artist's café. The Auberge Ravoux, a French historic landmark in the village of Auvers-sur-Oise, is the ideal setting for such an undertaking: one painting alone would suffice to transform Van Gogh's tiny attic room, left intact since his death in 1890, into "a room with a view", and the smallest museum in the world. Dr Wouter van der Veen, the internationally renowned specialist on the life and work of Vincent van Gogh, is the scientific advisor providing his support and expertise to this undertaking.