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the 555 Collective Press releases

1 - 9 of 9 Press Releases

Jan 09, 2016
“Wars in Our Time” Documents a Transcendent Perspective of Modern Conflict.

Feb 11, 2014
The 555 Collective, in partnership with the regional arts organization, the Cheyenne Center for Creativity, announces What is War?, an art show that establishes the creation of a veteran memorial within the town of St. Francis, Kansas.

Mar 13, 2013
Tattoo-Haiku2, the logical follow-up to the immense victory achieved by Tattoo-Haiku, will result in the permanent publishing of poetry beneath the epidermis of Joseph Carman.

Dec 04, 2012
The 555 Collective (Art vs. Trauma) has concluded Tattoo-Haiku, a contest in benefit of homeless veterans of Colorado. The haiku written by the winning writer, Daniel Cox, was tattooed on Joseph Carman's arm, and $700 was donated to homeless vets.

Oct 17, 2012
The 555 Collective (Art vs. Trauma) has announced a Halloween deadline for submissions to Tattoo-Haiku, a contest in benefit of homeless veterans of Colorado. Kansas journalist Dawne Leiker has agreed to serve as the judge.

Sep 06, 2012
As part of ongoing efforts related to its Tattoo-Haiku project, the 555 Collective has initiated delivery of goods to homeless veterans receiving services via the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. This is the first of multiple planned deliveries.

Aug 27, 2012
Javier Sicilia's Caravan for Peace stopped at Santa Fe, NM as part of a tour to raise awareness for the plight of Mexican victims of the drug war. He was interviewed by the 555's Karen Vargas, who read poetry at the event as well.

Aug 24, 2012
The 555 announces a partnership with Pens and Needles Custom Tattoo of Colorado Springs - the two organizations have joined together in support of the ongoing project, Tattoo-Haiku, a contest to benefit homeless veterans suffering from trauma issues.

Jul 26, 2012
The 555 Collective announces Tattoo-Haiku, a haiku contest in support of homeless veterans. The winning writer receives a Tiffany’s diamond ring, and will have his/her haiku tattooed on the forearm of the 555’s editor, Joseph Carman.

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