Thursday, November 1, 2018 10 a.m. to noon

The Yellow Ribbon Project is a community art movement that involves “Fiber Bombing” trees with yellow cord/ribbon. The goal of the project is to create awareness of veterans’ homelessness. Community artist, Macramé Momma will lead a ribbon knotting session for volunteer groups and organizations. 

The original project is curated by Art & History Museums – Maitland in conjunction with its current exhibition, Solider's Home: Veterans' Art in Central Florida, which closes on January 6, 2019. This one-day event at the UCF campus is made possible in collaboration with the UCF Community Veterans History Project and the Veterans Academic Resource Center. 

A donation drive to collect non-perishable food, clothing and toiletry items will also take place. 

Donation Drop off Locations:

Veterans Academic Resource Center

UCF History Department Main Office, Trevor Colbourn Hall 

For more information about the Central Florida Yellow Ribbon Project visit Art & History Museums - Maitland and Macrame Momma.

Location:

Student Union Boardwalk: Boardwalk [ View Website ]


Calendar:

UCF History Department

Category:

Arts Exhibit

Tags:

Community Art UCF Community Veterans History Project Veterans Month Veterans Academic Resource Center