VetArt visits the Crocker Museum in Sacramento
VetArt Team Ivan Sam, Tonya Savice, Sheryl Shaffer, Steve Macks Dilley, Reginald Green, and Sandy Dee visited the Crocker Museum in Sacramento and
are in front of the “At the Ocean” Mural on Sunday May 21, 2023 on our way back home from the VetArt Pop-Up in Placerville.
VetArt, The Veterans Art Project, Pop-Up event Videos
VetArt Pop-Up Cafe Sacramento 2022
VetArt Pop-Up Paso Robles
VetArt Placerville Interviews
Here is a “VetArt Pop-Up Cafe Placerville” trailer created by Sandy Dee.
You need to check it out!
The Origin Story of VetArt, the Veterans Art Project
“Art making is the deepest form of personal advocacy. Don’t tell me, show me.”
Steve Dilley, Founder and Executive Director of the Veterans Art Project presents a way for Veterans to showcase their artworks and encourages Veterans to create art to heal from trauma.
VetArt is sponsored by the MHSOAC, Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, a California State Agency.
Placerville Veteran Artists Interviews
VHVtv filmed an interview with Multimedia Artist, U.S. Army Major(R) Renee Marie
Roy Lizama and the Japanese Art of Flower Arrangement
Joyce Mason Jewelry
Christopher Leonard is a U.S. Coast Guard Veteran and Writer-Producer of the
feature length film, “A-Town”
VetArt Pop-Up Arts Cafe with Darron Devillez and Ivan Sam
Rick Gilmore is a Mixed Media Artist and presents his ink and pencil drawings, watercolors and woodwork.
J. Walker is a U.S. Navy Veteran and presents a demonstration of creating Automatic Art.
Here is a wonderful interview with Tonya Savice and Major Marie as they talk about Art and Poetry.
Here is a wonderful conversation between Avalon Sandoval and Toyna Savice about Mental Wealth for Veteran Artists.
Sandy filmed this informal conversation between Avalon and Tonya at the VetArt Pop-Up Arts Cafe in Placerville.
Here is the 1 hour documentary we created from the interviews we did at the Veterans Pop-Up Arts Cafe in Mendocino/Lake.