"100 Faces of War" is coming from the Smithsonian to Quincy for a limited time!

Quincy Arts Center is bringing a must see traveling piece from the Smithsonian to their center for a limited time, it's called "100 Faces of War" and will be in Quincy starting March 13th and will be here through the end of April. The opening night of the exhibit is Friday, March 13th come on out to the opening which will feature live music, discussions, and collaborations from all across Quincy. On the Facebook event page they say...

""100 Faces of War"" is an exhibition organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with artist Matt Mitchell. This incredibly moving exhibit features 100 oil painted portraits of veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Accompanying the portraits are statements from the veterans ranging from lighthearted to dysphoric. Artist Matt Mitchell spent nearly ten years traveling across the country to connect with various members of all branches and ranks of service through interviews and portrait sessions."

Such a powerful and important project, and we are so lucky that it is making a stop in Quincy. I can't wait to get out to the Quincy Art Center and check this out, for more information on the event and other happenings with Arts Quincy click here!

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