Gallery Exhibit Archives: August 2016 - Suzanne Gallagher

Find art exhibits that have shown previously in CSCC's library starting in 2012.

This Month's Artist

 
Artist:  Suzanne Gallagher
 

Information about the Smile Lines Project

Letter of Introduction

The SMILE LINES PROJECT is an exhibition of current U.S. service personnel and vetarans who volunteered to share their unique skill sets of survival.

The high rate of suicide, up to twenty-two per day (8,030 per year) in our Armed Forces is a societal issue.  This issue is bigger though as that is a conservative estimate.  The twenty-two suicides per day is an accounting of only 21 of our 50 states.

In addition, as documented in a recent Department of Defense study, an additional twenty-five current U.S. service personnel and vetrans attempt suicide per day.

The SMILE LINES PROJECT is a living art exhibit created in response to this high rate of military suicide.  It is a platform to celebrate the resiliency of the human spirit, the healing power of a mentor, and the fierceness in a smile.

Thank you,

Artist, Suzanne Gallagher

Smile Lines Project

smilelinesproject.com

To contribute time or energy to the project please contact Suzanne Gallagher:

Phone: 614 202-8106
email: theroscoeroomartist@gmail.com

In the News

Yeganeh Torbati, Reuters, Weds., 3 Aug 2016. "Suicide Rate of U.S. Veterans Rose One Third Since 2001: Study."

Patricia Kime, Military Times, "VA: Veterans Suicide Must Be a Top Priority."

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, "VA Suicide Prevention Program: Facts About Veteran Suicide: July 2016."

Want to Exhibit Your Artwork in the Library?

Are you an artist living and working in the Columbus, Ohio area?

 Are you interested in exhibiting your artwork in the Columbus State Library?

For more information, contact Shona Nicol
by phone at (614) 287-2461 or by email to snicol2@cscc.edu.

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Artist, Suzanne Gallagher's Smile Lines Project

Exhibit Schedule for 2016

January - Kimberly Colleen Rhyan - #takeheART Project (1st Floor)
and the Thurgood Marshall Exhibit Through February 29, 2016 (2nd Floor) (See linked guide)
Mid-January through February - Vivian Pitman: Black History Month 2016
March - Columbus State's Art Department Faculty Exhibit: Judy Beckman, Ian Cross, Stacy Leeman, & Jon Wahling
April - Rocco Di Pietro (Humanities Dept.) and Romulo Vazquez
May - June - William C. Hemming
July - Paul D. Wilbur
August - Suzanne Gallagher -"Smile Lines Project"
September - Cecilia Román
October - Jerrilyn Heine (Disability Services Interpreter)
November - Gene Strickland (Digital Photography, Assoc. Professor)
December - Wilfred Calvo-Bono

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