In The Galleries
November 06, 2014 — February 01, 2015
This exhibition examines the ways in which combat veterans and civilians aesthetically respond to the experience of war and trauma by considering the work of four activist artists: Jesse Albrecht (veteran), Margaret Mahan (civilian), Drew Matott (civilian), and Malachi Muncy (veteran). All four artists have been involved with the Combat Paper Project, a grassroots initiative Drew Matott and veteran Drew Cameron co-founded in 2007. The Combat Paper Project developed a model for handmade…Learn more…
This exhibition and related programs are sponsored by the Salina Regional Health Center and is funded in part by the Horizons Grants Program of the Salina Arts and Humanities Foundation. Funding is provided by Horizons, a private donor group, and the City of Salina. Additional support provided by Salina Art Center members and donors; the Capitol Federal Foundation; and the Salina Arts & Humanities Grants Program, the City of Salina.
Salina Art Center programs, exhibitions and films are presented in part by Salina Art Center donors; the Horizons Grants Program of Salina Arts & Humanities, and by the City of Salina.