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2nd Annual Cohen Clinic at Centerstone Community Art Show

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The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone is proud to announce our 2nd annual veteran and military family art show coming up for the entire month of August at Customs House Museum & Cultural Center in downtown Clarksville.

In 2019, inspired by the talent shown by veterans and military family members during artistic enrichment activities inside the Cohen Clinic at Centerstone, the annual art show was born. Observing the creative process, experiencing the joy, and witnessing the smiles on military families faces made showcasing their work and sharing their talents with the community an absolute must.

This year, we couldn’t be more grateful to Customs House for agreeing to host the exhibit for the entire month of August ensuring this tribute to our military families is even bigger and better than the first time around.

Through this show, we hope to honor our military and their families and to share their stories, sacrifices and service for all to come and see.

Veteran and military family artists are encouraged to submit an application to participate in this year’s show which can be found on the art show’s website, www.cohenartshow.com.

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