ATLANTA (AP) -- A new multi-media art exhibit is planned for Gallery 72 in downtown Atlanta.
The exhibit is set to be on display from July 11 to Aug. 22 as the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War is being remembered in various ways.
Camille Russell Love, executive director of the Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, says the exhibit will look not only at the Civil War, but wars from a global and personal perspective.
The exhibit, "Art Against The Wall" is free and open to the public.
Gallery 72 is in 2 City Plaza at 72 Marietta Street.
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