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FROM THE ARTIST: SILENT BATTLE GOES TO THE FOUNDRY Nervously, I slid the clay sculpture on its plywood base into the back of my son’s truck. Stopping half way, I checked to make sure the head wasn’t falling off. Phew! Glad I checked, it was about to. Just a few miles more…finally, we lifted it onto the mold...Read More
During our incredible 2017 tour of California, we decided to have some fun and create this video for your enjoyment. The idea for the video started as we were visiting some of the famous sights that California is known for. We look forward to highlighting more videos in the upcoming months that we are sure you will enjoy!Read More
Our final stop on our California tour took us to beautiful Ventura College, in viewing distance of the Pacific Ocean. This was the second event put together in record time with the help of Bruce McFadden and the staff at the college. Another escort welcomed us from Oxnard where many students were on hand to not only help us install...Read More
Originally, the end of our tour was to stop at Moorpark. After making some connections in Sacramento, the staff at Oxnard College, including America Barroso, made the impossible happen by allowing us to continue our tour for another two weeks. With about a week of planning we were able to have an event that appeared to have been planned for...Read More
Our next stop started with a long motorcycle escort from Antelope Valley College to the beautiful Moorpark College. Thanks to the help of Johnny Conley and his student Veterans, we were able to set up and have a great opening ceremony to start off our week. Many of the veterans that attend this school were looking forward to our visit and...Read More
With one stop of the tour under our belts, we looked forward to visiting new areas and Antelope Valley College didn’t disappoint. The surrounding high desert and incredible vistas set up a very positive welcome into the area. Several classes spent a lot of time with us so we were able to give them the full tour. A lot of the...Read More
We started off our tour of the great state of California, the 28th state we have visited, with an initial stop at the California Community College Veterans Summit. We were asked to attend this event after the organizers met us at the WAVES convention in New Mexico last year. To say the Summit was a success is a gross understatement....Read More
Our year started off with a visit to the University of South Alabama. We left the chilly climate of Ohio and were not only welcomed by warmer temperatures, but the students at the college welcomed us in a warm way by taking the time to learn about what we do and spent a lot of time with the exhibit. We...Read More
Posted on: February 1st, 2017, by Sean Flaharty
The Eyes of Freedom is proud to announce the addition of a brand new way of interacting with the exhibit. Those wanting to learn more about each portrait can do so with our brand new audio tour. The tour contains detailed accounts from Eyes of Freedom artist Anita Miller during the creation process as well as the personal insight of...Read More
Posted on: January 3rd, 2017, by Sean Flaharty
The Eyes of Freedom was thrilled to join our official transportation provider, R+L Carriers, in New Orleans for the “R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl” at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This college bowl-game is nationally televised on ESPN to millions of viewers and features a wonderful commercial highlighting the Eyes of Freedom mission. 36,000 fans attending the football game and an additional 10,000...Read More
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