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Still Counting

Minneapolis based writer Tami Mohamed Brown provides personal reflections prompted by the 10 year anniversary of our nation at war in this story for the Minnesota Women’s Press: Sept. 11, 2011-Oct. 7, 2011 marks the 10-year anniversary of our nation continuously at … Continue reading

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Looking at War: An Essay on Why Art Matters

Minneapolis curator and arts writer Tricia Khutoretsky on why art matters: I’m not an army veteran. I’m not a politician. I’m not an activist or a lobbyist. I’ve never been to Afghanistan or Iraq. And yet, I can picture what … Continue reading

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A Citizen Artist in a Country at War

Artist and organizer Camille Gage writes about art, activism, and the story of 10 Years + Counting:  “It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful; but … Continue reading

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The Impact of War : Guest Post from High School Blogger Stanley Kirshner Breen

Stanley Breen is a high school blogger for 10YAC from Southwest High School in Minneapolis, MN who is featured on Mike’s High School News. Since the beginning of time, art has been used to express thoughts on war. From cave paintings to … Continue reading

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War Redacted: In Conversation with Camille Gage

10YAC project coordinator Camille Gage is a Minneapolis-based artist. She was recently a featured artist in the art e-zine, access+ENGAGE. Read more about her series titled, War, Redacted, and the exhibition she has co-curated with 10YAC Galleries curator, Susanne Slavick. About … Continue reading

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East and West, and Peace

This week The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis featured a piece by writer and artist Wendy Brown-Báez on their blog which discusses the power of poetry as a means for peace. The author’s opening includes a mention of a shocking absurdity involving William Butler Yeats’ “The … Continue reading

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