The IMPart visual arts education program connects returning Injured Military Personnel with transformative art experiences. These experiences are designed for creative enrichment, relaxed social engagement, redevelopment of fine motor skills, and expressive catharsis. This exhibit will showcase the ceramic and bladesmithing work created by participants in the program.
IMPart is an evolving partnership between The Art League, Fort Belvoir's Warriors in Transition Unit B, the USO of Washington Metro, and the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) for patients dealing with TBI, PTS, and other psychological health conditions.
IMPart participants, their techs, caregivers, and families are provided with artist-led, visual arts education every week, 50 weeks a year, on-site at The League's ceramics and metals studios.