“War Comes Home” Art Show Opens 10/18 in San Diego

The San Diego Public Library, with generous funding from Cal Humanities, has partnered with the Veteran Artist Program to organize an exhibition of local Veterans art. The show, in conjunction with California Reads: War Comes Home will be shown in three branches (Point Loma/Hervey, Mission Valley, and Rancho Bernardo), between October 15 and December 31, 2014.

Opening Reception
Join us for the opening reception to celebrate the artists and honor their dedication and creativity

Saturday, October 18, 2014
2 pm – 5 pm
Point Loma/Hervey Branch Library Community Room
3701 Voltaire Street, San Diego, CA 92107 (619) 531-1539

2:30 pm Spoken word performance by the So Say We All Veteran Writers
3:15 pm “Veterans Doing Art and Caught Between Creativity and Therapy, ”  lecture by BR McDonald, founder of the Veteran Artist Program

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Legacy of Valor

MARCH 7-APRIL 24, 2014. The Manatee County Agricultural Museum and Palmetto Historical Park of Florida have been accepted as a partner in the 2014 Legacy of Valor campaign, a project rallying the community to honor veterans, inspire patriotism and pass freedom on to others. The Legacy of Valor will also host an art show featuring Veteran Artist Program (VAP) participants March 7-April 24, 2014. Artists may sell their work at this show through the Agricultural Museum. For more information please contact Diane.Ingram@manateeclerk.com.