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Myriad Exhibit Preview Event

 

Join the Army Heritage Center Foundation

for a reception and special preview of

MYRIAD

a new exhibit of Army photography opening soon

at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center

Curators:

Molly Bompane

Elizabeth Loomer

on

Thursday, February 29th

from 5:00-6:30 pm

RSVP: adminassist@armyheritage.org

or online using our online form below

Attire: Business Casual

at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center

950 Soldiers Drive

Carlisle, PA 17013

 

Exhibit Synopsis

The United States Army Heritage and Education Center’s newest exhibit, MYRIAD: A Day in the Life of the Modern Soldier will open on March 2, 2024. This exciting photography exhibition will celebrate and explore the diversity of today’s Army, serve as a showcase to the many jobs and Military Occupational Specialties available to today’s force, and the numerous global destinations where the Army is present today.

 

By utilizing the Army’s rich tradition of visual storytelling and presenting striking images created by today’s U.S. Army photographers, visitors will get an in-depth look into the world of the U.S. Army and gain a better understanding of its global reach, missions, and the Soldier experience. As visitors navigate the gallery space which emphasizes imagery over textual information, they will be able to connect with Soldiers face to face and meet their Army.

 

Myr·i·ad (/ˈmirēəd/) – Numerous and Diverse. Extremely great in number.

 

Curators:

Molly Bompane

Elizabeth Loomer

 

Molly Bompane has worked for the United States Army for over 18 years. During that time, she has worked as a Museum Specialist for the First Armored Division Museum in Baumholder, Germany, the Curator of Photography for the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) in Carlisle, PA, the Chief Curator of U.S. Army Europe in Wiesbaden, Germany and returned to USAHEC in 2017 and now serves as Senior Curator and the Chief of Exhibits.

Elizabeth Loomer is a Museum Curator and Army ACCMA Fellow at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle Barracks, PA. She is a proud graduate of the Wisconsin University system earning her Bachelor’s in Human Geography and Anthropology from UW-Stevens Point and her Master’s in Public History and Museum Studies from UW-Milwaukee. As a professional storyteller and an Army Veteran herself, she is humbled at the opportunity to use her skills to share the Army’s story.

 

 

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