Preservation of War: “Vietnam – The Combat Artist Program”
- Date: Wednesday, April 04, 2018 - Thursday, April 05, 2018
- Time: 11:00 pm
- Location: William G. McGowan Theater, Washington, DC
The Combat Artist Program was created as a means of preserving the experience and activities of soldiers through art. Join us for a panel discussion on the importance of the Preservation of War while exploring some of the artwork depicting the soldiers’ life in Vietnam. Speaking on the panel will be Vietnam combat artists James Pollock, Ben Long, Jim Butcher and current combat artist, Kristopher Battles. Deputy Director Charlie Grow from the National Museum of the Marine Corps will moderate the discussion.
Presented by the National Archives in partnership with the National Museum of the Marine Corps.
Presented in part by the Lawrence F. O’Brien Family, Pritzker Military Museum & Library, AARP, FedEx Corporation, and the National Archives Foundation. Additional support provided by the Maris S. Cuneo Foundation, The Eliasberg Family Foundation, Inc., and HISTORYⓇ.
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