Artown Gallery Exhibit of Combat Paper: Recycle, Re-use, Re-new, and Recycle, Re-use, Re-new, Northern Nevada Veterans Writing Project Poetry Reading, and Combat Paper Workshop at Northwest Library, were made possible, in part, by the support of the City of Reno.

Combat Paper Workshop at
Northwest Library

Military service is not required.
Participants will be introduced to
western paper making techinques
and explore western paper making
including Combat Paper, and such
topics as journaling, book making,
origami and pulp printing.
July 10-12 Times: Library Hours.
free; geared to adults and
family members
Artown: Gallery Exhibit
"Comabt Paper:

Re-Cycle, Re-use, Re-new"
- a collection of artworks and
poetry from artists reflecting their
experiences with military service on
the medium of Combat Paper which
is handmade from deconstructed
garments worn in US Military service.
This exhibition will be publicly
displayed at the Northwest Reno
Library Art Gallery for the month of
July, 2013. Library Hours.
Poetry Reading
Re use, Re-cycle, Re-new

and Northern Nevada
Veterans' Writing Project -
celebrate with artists and
authors from both projects as
they present their works.
Open to the public, light
refreshments served.
July 13, 12-2pm.
Artown 2013
Artown is one of the nation's most comprehensive arts and culture festivals, whch takes place annually during the entire month of July in Reno, Nevada. In 2012, the festival featured more than 500 events - with over 66 percent offered free to the public - and attracted more than 300,000 people. With more than 160 partners, the monthlong festival takes place at venues citywide. Artown receives major funding from the City of Reno, and is sponsored by U.S. Bank, NV Energy, Waste Management, Grand Sierra Resort, JLH Inc., Wild River Grille, KOLO 8 News Now, RGJ Media, KNPB-TV, KTHX-FM, KUNR-FM, with additional support from the Nevada Arts Council.