This is the final weekend to see "A Break in the Battle: Tattoo Project/Fort Benning."
This exhibit features Fort Benning soldiers and their tattoos and why they have the body art, and can be seen noon-9 p.m. today through Sunday in the Columbus State University building on the northwest corner of Broadway and 10th Street.
The exhibit was created by Ronie Dalton, the mother of a soldier who committed suicide after returning to Fort Benning after his second tour of duty in Iraq. She wanted to do an art project and tattoos are something soldiers can relate to. With the help of photographer Kenny Gray, graphic artist Al C. Ragin, videographer Dominick Smith, Uptown Columbus executive director Richard Bishop and CSU, she completed the exhibit.
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Call Ronie Dalton at 706-221-3440.