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Veterans Art & Free Performances: Celebrating Veterans Service

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Celebrating the Art of Service Free Workshops

Art and Performance by Veterans, July 31 – August 3. Free admission.

Because Your Service Matters

You are invited to participate in a series of events Celebrating The Art Of Service and promoting community integration through creativity. The events are designed to foster a collaborative network of relationships between Veterans and the greater San Francisco community. The general public has also been invited to join Veterans and participate in a series of art and performance experiences highlighting the value of continued service, collaboration and knowledge-sharing in the vibrant San Francisco Bay Area community. All events are free at the Mission Cultural Center. Car escorts will be available.

  • 2013
    July 29–Aug 3, Art Show and Celebration
  • July 31, 5pm–7pm, Reception
  • Aug 1, 7pm–9pm, If I Let My Body Speak: One Veteran’s Story through Movement and Text and a Playback Theater’s Resilience and Reconciliation Tickets: wannado.com
  • Aug 2, 6pm–8:30pm, Stephan Wolfert Production of CRY HAVOC!  Tickets: wannado.com
  • Aug 3, 1pm–4pm, Jonathan Wei’s Telling Project  and roundtable discussion on healing through Art, Tickets: wannado.com

Questions/comments email: celebratingTheArtOfService@comcast.net

Organized and produced by New Designs, LLC. A Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business
Christopher.barry@NewDesigns-Partners.com in partnership with the Veteran Artist Program, Non-profit partner and producer of the events

Hosted by the Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (PRRC) of the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center (SFVAMC), funded by the Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation (PCC&CT).  All events are for educational and/or entertainment purposes only. These events are not provided as therapy, and the viewpoints, art and expressions of the participants and facilitators do not represent those of the SFVAMC.

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