Beyond the pomp and circumstance, what does it mean to have served? This night celebrates the opening of the exhibition Perspective Shift: What it Means to Serve, a showing of Highest Honor: Veterans Day Banner Project, and spoken poems and music by active and retired service members.
Perspective Shift: What it Means to Serve
November 10, 2017 – January 12, 2018
Site 2 exhibition space at the Torpedo Factory
What does life look like after serving? Fifteen veterans, and soon-to-be veterans, from all branches of service, explore their view of the world and how the world views them. Artists will include members of the WTB at Fort Belvoir and Walter Read as well as work by COL Gregory Gadson (USA, Retired).
Additionally, stop by The Art League Gallery (Studio 21) to see IMPart Ceramics and Bladesmith Exhibition, on view November 10 – December 3. The exhibition features work from injured Military Personal who participate in The Art League’s IMPart program.
A Thanks to Our Collaborators & Partners:
- Friends of the Torpedo Factory Art Center
- Community Building Artworks
- USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore
- The Art League
- Torpedo Factory Artist Association