Due to your requests our amazing Exhibit continues through December 2017
With Films scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 pm.
Sunday December 17 “Art in the Face of War” at 1:00 pm.
Art in the Face of War- Feature Documentary. Eight World War II artists/veterans recount their service experience and their use of art for journalism, as a tactical tool and to preserve their own sanity. Covering all theaters of operation and all branches of the U.S. military, including the once top-secret Army division known as The Deception Corps, their powerful imagery (some done on the spot, some done years later from haunting memories) will enlighten, challenge, even amuse, showing that war is hell but that creativity can exist in the face of destruction.
Directed by David Baugnon. Shot and Edited by Ed Holt. Executive Produced by Cecelia Barnett. Click here for Artist Bios.
Sunday, December 31st. "Craft in America: Service." A PBS series at 1:00 pm.
SERVICE is the story of craft and the military from the origins of the Army Arts & Crafts Program and the G.I. Bill to contemporary soldiers and veterans, SERVICE documents the power of the handmade to inspire, motivate and heal.
Part of a film series included in the Exhibit "Journeys Onward"
Brought to you by; The Conanicut Island Art Association and the Jamestown Library.
“Mr. Santos- “Your Breaking Free” – reminded me of the Shroud of Turin. Please accept my praise of your work and the little prayer whispered for you and all our service men and women”
Vietnam Veteran – “Brought back memories of Duty, Honor and Respect”
“This is a poignant and beautiful exhibit. Thank you”
“I keep coming back to look again, and then my heart hurts again. Powerful”