Up next at SSCC's Art Gallery: "How We Remember Our Veterans"

Starting Nov. 5 and running until Dec. 4 (2013), the South Seattle Community College Art Gallery will present a multimedia art show titled, "How We Remember Our Veterans" to honor those who have served. An opening reception, including the raising of a flag flown in from the nation's capital, will take place Nov. 12.

Here are the details from South Seattle Community College's Director of Communications Kevin Maloney:

The South Seattle Community College Art Gallery will present "How We Remember Our Veterans" a multimedia show created by faculty, staff and students. The showcase will run from November 5 to December 4, 2013.

The Opening Reception for the exhibit will take place on November 12, 12 pm - 2 pm, immediately after the Flag Ceremony on campus. Instructor Bob Dela-Cruz arranged to have a flag that was flown over the U.S. Capital in honor of South Seattle Community College for the ceremony.

The show is collaboration between the Art Gallery and the members of the President's Advisory Committee on Veterans. Memorabilia, photos, uniforms and other media are used to remember and honor family and friends that have served or are currently serving in all branches of the military through a variety of presentations.

The show is also co-curated by South alumni, Peder Andreas Nelson, Assistant Exhibits Developer at The Museum of Flight. Admission to the South Seattle Community College Art Gallery is free and open to the public.

For Gallery hours and information about future exhibits, visit www.southseattle.edu/art-gallery

The mission of the South Seattle Community College Art Gallery is to introduce students and the community at large to unique artists and their works. Receptions are given to afford the opportunity of interacting with the artists. The local and campus community is encouraged to visit the Art Gallery to enjoy the inspiring works of art.

The South Seattle Community College Art Gallery is located in the Jerry Brockey Student Center at 6000 16th Ave. S.W. Admission is free and open to the public.

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