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Artist talk at the opening of WAR & MEMORY 

Photojournalist Erin Trieb & veteran Artist Brittan Walker Artist Talk.

Photojournalist Erin Trieb, founder of the Homecoming Project and veteran Artist Brittan Walker talk about their powerful wartime experiences and how it led to their artistic and documentary process, and how the Homecoming Project was founded.

Given on April 12th, 2014, at the opening of the group exhibit WAR TO MEMORY, presented by the Homecoming Project.  This group exhibit combines the work of photojournalists and returned military veteran artists, both documenting  the ongoing struggles faced by our military communities in photography, writing, works on paper, and scuplture.

Acclaimed photojournalists included in the exhibition include Cynthia Bittenfield, VII Photo’s Ashley Gilbertson, Bronx Documentary Center’s Michael Kamber, VII Photo’s Ed Kashi, Gina LeVay, Andrew Lichtenstein, Brandon Thibodeaux, Erin Trieb, Peter van Agtmael of Magnum Photos, Pulitzer prize winner Craig F. Walker from the Denver Post, and Damon Winter of the New York Times.

Special Thanks to Fovea's Volunteer Team for producing this event, and especially to J.P. Pacquing, for filming this artist talk.

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