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Author: Michael McNulty

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niur2RyBb_c[/youtube]This Veteran’s Day, artists and veterans came together to explain their stories in a different way. The Veteran Print Project is an attempt to bridge the gap between veterans and citizens by having a conversation that converts stories into art pieces.

Yvette Pino founded the project in Madison, Wisconsin and brought the task to Colorado State University this year. The Morgan Library held the exhibition on Thursday November 8 for the artists, veterans and general public to view everyones work and hear the veterans’ stories.

For more information on other veteran print projects, visit their website here.

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