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Creative Arts Project presents program illustrating the experiences of war and this spring program proved to be an awe-inspiring and thought-provoking mix of mediums offering many perspectives on combat and the military.
Hosted by the Department of English and Philosophy, the events included the Graffiti of War art exhibit and the GI Film Festival, which featured panel discussions with directors, producers and special guests.
November 13th, 2011
November 9th, 2011
Art Becomes Therapy for Soldiers
Interview by Fox News Correspondant, Jonathan Hunt, of Jaeson “Doc” Parsons discussing the Graffiti of War Project’s National Art Exhibition opening on Veterans Day in Pennsylvania. In addition, the interview raises awareness for those veterans and military members suffering from the invisible wounds of war, PTSD and TBI. Click HERE for the entire interview.
September 3rd, 2011
July 5th, 2011
Jaeson “Doc” Parsons speaks with Elliana Bisgaard-Church from War News Radio during the Graffiti of War Project’s summer expedition to Kuwait and Iraq discussing the art, the war and the experience of returning to the warzone he deployed to with the 54th Engineer Battalion in 2006.
Click HERE for the Full Interview
June 19th, 2011
On Iraq’s Walls: The Graffiti of War
U.S. forces are scheduled to depart Iraq in December. But on the giant concrete barriers that still ring the constellations of bases around the country, their artistic footprint will remain.
Over the past eight years, all around Iraq, troops turned the jersey barriers and t-walls designed to protect them from insurgent attacks into concrete canvases. Sometimes the pictures they painted chased the monotony away from the landscapes of their deployment. Other times they spelled out what their service meant to them, honored a fallen friend, pined for home, or bragged about their units.
April 27th, 2011
The Graffiti of war
Interview with CBS Affiliate WDTV