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Calendar Details for 05 Jul 2016

Coast Guard Art Program
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Salmagundi Club
Guest: VADM Charles D. Michel, Vice Commandant, USCG

The Coast Guard Art Program (COGAP) uses fine art as an outreach tool for educating diverse audiences about the United States Coast Guard. Through displays at museums, libraries and patriotic events, Coast Guard art tells the story of the service's missions, heroes and history to the public. Art is also displayed in offices of members of Congress, senior officials of the executive branch of government and other military services and at Coast Guard locations throughout the country.

Coast Guard artists—most of whom are professional artist —volunteer their time and talents to help COGAP fulfill its missions. Today, the collection comprises nearly 2,000 works which are primarily paintings. These capture the daily missions the 40,400 men and women on active duty in the Coast Guard perform, including homeland security, search and rescue, marine environmental protection, drug interdiction, military readiness and natural resource management. Other works depict sea and air assets.

The program—celebrating its 35th anniversary this year—is a partnership between the Coast Guard and the Salmagundi Club, a New York City artistic and cultural center for over 140 years.

The Coast Guard welcomes requests for public displays of artwork. To learn more about bringing Coast Guard art to your hometown, please call the Coast Guard Art Program coordinator at 202-372-4643.

 


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