Pellettieri Stone Carvers’ Academy runs a 4-month intensive training program for veterans in the ancient traditional methods of stone carving. The purpose of the program is to present the trainees with a sequence of stone shaping challenges starting with the most basic and adding a level of difficulty with each new challenge. In this way, the trainees will become competent within about two months. Once they are at this stage, they will collaborate on designing and carving a substantial project that will be exhibited in public. The master carver will be present at all times to explain, demonstrate, and encourage.Read more
Project9line offers weekly Art Classes free for military, veterans, and their families on Thursdays, 11am.
Choose your own media. Any skill level is welcome. Work at your own pace. Individual instruction available.Read more
Submit your work to the 2019 Veteran Voices Newsletter. Articles, poems, art, and photographs are welcome.Read more
Columbia Artists and Teachers offers a free Creative Writing Workshop for veterans and family members on December 14, 1-3pm. The class will cover storytelling techniques and focus on fostering camaraderie among participants.
423 E 23rd St
Learning Resources Center, 2227N
New York, NY 10010
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Arts in the Armed Forces presents The Bridge Award, established with the sole purpose of recognizing an emerging playwright of exceptional talent within the United States military. The award consists of a $10,000 prize and an AITAF-produced reading of the winning work. AITAF is thrilled to announce that Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Tony Kushner will be the Final Selecting Judge for the 2019 Bridge Award!Read more
Instructor Steve Alpert leads Art-Making Workshops for veterans at Fordham University on Tuesday nights at 6:30-9:30pm beginning January 15. All artists make art for one basic reason; to learn the truth about themselves.Read more