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Oct
22

Last week, the O.C. fairgrounds in Costa Mesa opened a new exhibit in its @Heroes Hall veterans museum: “Through Their Eyes: Artwork by Active Military and Veterans.” The show features almost 50 multimedia works created by 24 local veterans -- each p


Last week, the O.C. fairgrounds in Costa Mesa opened a new exhibit in its @Heroes Hall veterans museum: “Through Their Eyes: Artwork by Active Military and Veterans.” The show features almost 50 multimedia works created by 24 local veterans -- each providing a unique perspective of serving their country.

“Our exhibits are here to tell the stories of our veterans, so that can be passed down to the next generation and so people don’t forget the sacrifices our servicemen and women have made,” Heroes Hall Supervisor Carol Singleton said. “Somehow, this space feels safe for veterans, because it’s all about them.”

Running until January 20, this free exhibit is open every Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. You can read just a few of its several inspiring stories here: https://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-pilot/news/story/2021-10-12/exhibit-at-o-c-fairgrounds-heroes-hall-shows-life-through-the-eyes-of-local-veterans.

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(Photo Courtesy of Los Angeles Times Staff Photographer, Kevin Chang)