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IMPART in the Washington Post

Soldier Cradling Child by Jonathan Meadows.
Soldier Cradling Child by Jonathan Meadows.

“Meadows is recovering from a frontal-lobe traumatic brain injury he suffered in Afghanistan in January. He said his doctor at Fort Belvoir was hesitant to allow Meadows’s participation in Impart, fearing it would be too much strain. ‘He wasn’t sure because of how bad I was at first,’ Meadows said. ‘But he knew I loved it, so he let me keep exploring it.’ After his doctor saw the sculptures, Meadows said, ‘he was blown away. He said it opened up a channel for me.’ ”

The IMPART exhibit and program are featured today in the Washington Post. You can read the whole article by Bettina Lanyi here. The exhibit is open through the closing reception — Sunday, January 5 at 2:00 pm.

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