Graffiti of War Project National Art Exhibition Tour Schedule
October 13th - 19th 2013
The United States Military Academy at West Point
The United States Military Academy has been educating, training, and inspiring leaders of character for our United States Army and for the nation for more than 200 years. West Point provides a 47-month leader-development program steeped in academic rigor, military discipline, and physical challenges, all built upon a moral-ethical foundation. The academy is an internationally recognized institution for academic, military and physical excellence, and we are proud that today's cadets will become tomorrow's military, public and private-sector leaders.
The Graffiti of War Exhibit at The Point
We are in the planning stages of this event which is schedule for the week of October 13th through the 19th. We are partnering with officials at West Point to secure sponsors to cover the costs associated with this week-long exhibit at our Nation's oldest Military Academy. In addition, we are looking for military and veteran artists to include in the show. For more information on how to participate in this upcoming event, please email email@example.com or call, 312-805-3470.
Will You Save the Hero - National Tour with Hip Kitty & The Graffiti of War Project
A live Arts Exhibition showcasing art, music, dance, writing, and so much more! These events raise awareness for service members and veterans living with the silent wounds of war, and the use of Arts Therapy to treat those mental health issues, while exposing the talents of our men and women who bravely fight for our freedoms.
· Take in the Graffiti of War Exhibit, which includes art created by our troops while in Iraq and Afghanistan, and after returning home. · Hear musical performances from troop support band, Hip Kitty, who travel the world’s bases to perform for our military, as well as other veteran and service member musicians. · Visit with veteran and active duty artists who will be on site to speak about their works. · Attend Workshops using various forms of Arts Therapy to learn skills for living with the mental effects of war. · Listen to firsthand accounts from military and veteran speakers about how the Arts helped
For More Information Please Contact:
Jaeson "Doc" Parsons
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For booking information or how to help bring the Graffiti of War Project's National Exhibition to your city, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304-841-8203.