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STUTTGART, Germany — Eight members of the Stuttgart military community will have their works displayed at a German-American art exhibit Wednesday evening at the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum/James-F.-Byrnes-Institut e.V. (German-American Center/James-F.-Byrnes-Institute).

They are among 24 artists — 12 German and 12 American — featured in The German-American Artist Group’s show. Photography, oil painting and sculpture will be among the works displayed.

Elle Putman, a military spouse is among the featured artists.

“They’re not only supporting American and German artists, they are really trying to keep the relationship alive between Americans and Germans and art in all aspects of it,” said Putnam, who founded a group called U.S. Photographers in Europe.

The German-American Center is at Charlottenplatz 17, Stuttgart. The event will take place from 7-10 p.m. Admission is free. Charlottenplatz is the name of the nearest train stop.


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