A touring art exhibit that uses paintings, sculptures and music to reflect the military’s spirit of generosity and healing opens Saturday night in the Patrick Henry Village Pavilion Gallery in Heidelberg, Germany.

The free show, called “Reflections of Generosity: Toward Restoration and Peace,” will run through Jan. 30. It features more than 100 works of art from soldiers and civilians around the world, including the Kaiserslautern, Mannheim and Heidelberg areas.

According to organizers, the exhibition aims to highlight the power of art and song to help in restoring the human spirit and body through a sense of generosity, community and beauty, and to honor the men and women who died in ongoing conflicts.

The show opens at 7 p.m. at the gallery in the Arts and Cultural Center, Building 4507. It will then be open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

Information on the exhibit can be found at

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