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Bullets and Bandaids exhibit surprises and moves viewers



On Wednesday, Feb. 22, the Bullets and Bandaids art exhibit at Augusta’s Sacred Heart Cultural Center displayed a mixture of pieces based on true, first-hand accounts that left audiences tearfully moved.

With canvases of 2D and 3D creations, attendees were able to walk through the gallery and se...

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