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Recent Graduate Folleh Tamba Exhibition to Fill Entire Building in Kansas
{ POSTED BY BJ ALLEN ON 27.05.2014 }

Photos at Cheyenne Center Facebook Page 
Folleh Tamba speaking to a visitor at the May 2014 thesis exhiition about his work.

What is War? is an international collection of Veteran Art and Literature assembled with the intention of providing insight into the impact of wartime experience, and service-related trauma on the human psyche. Presented by the 555 Collective and the Cheyenne Center for Creativity, the show officially launches the development of a permanent memorial to be housed within the 555 headquarters in St. Francis, Kansas.

Featuring work by Malachi Muncy, Giuseppe Pellicano, Neil Leinwohl, Mark Pinto, Mike Dooley, Ron Whitehead, Phillip Schladweiler, Brian Rock, Erica Slone, Jesse Albrecht, Orlinda Marquez, Paul Bouchard, Steven Liveoak, Nick Dalrymple, Ray Funderburk, and more – the exhibit will be housed in the Cheyenne Center’s Quincy Gallery from May 24th-August 1 2014. A few blocks away, development of the 555 headquarters has already begun, which is scheduled to exhibit a single artist installation some time in early June 2014 (by the interdisciplinarian, art and media artist, Folleh Tamba, recent graduate of Columbia College in Chicago, MFA).

St. Francis, Kansas is approximately three hours driving time from Denver, 12 miles east of the Colorado border.

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