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From the Queens Stack


On June 9, the Queens Stack went to the Adelson Galleries ion midtown Manhattan to see the exhibit, “Animals and Friends in Pencils, Books, and Bullets.” The exhibit, by Colombian artist, Federico Uribe, features pictures and sculptures made out of broken pencils, cut up books and spent bullet casings.


Ethan Whinston particularly liked a wall-mounted leopard and the army turtle with a World War II Swedish helmet for a shell. Marc noted the piece, “Piano Man” (a large face made out of piano keys), and said it should have been made to look like Billy Joel.


The exhibit has been extended two more weeks, and anyone in the New York area can get more information from http://www.adelsongalleries.com/

If you wish to know more about the Stacks and how you can Stack Up in your town hit the link HERE! If you are in the Queens New York region and wish to participate in events like this contact them HERE!

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Founded in 2015, Stack Up (TAX ID: 47-5424265) brings both veterans and civilian supporters together through a shared love of video gaming through our primary programs: The Stacks, Supply Crates, Air Assaults, and the Stack Up Overwatch Program [StOP].

Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through deployments to combat zones and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming.