The Homecoming Project

The Homecoming Project

The Homecoming Project is an Austin-based organization serving US Veterans and military communities. Founded in 2011, it is a public service campaign using visual journalism and media to raise awareness of veteran issues related to war and combat trauma. Through photography and visual storytelling, The Homecoming Project supports military communities and veterans by addressing these issues. Our exhibitions uses iconic imagery by award winning photojournalists coupled with creative works by Veterans which illustrate war’s aftermath, creating a unique, compelling, and growing body of work. From 2011 – 2014 The Homecoming Project hosted and or participated in 35 exhibitions, education platforms and awareness campaigns in the US and in Europe, bringing the current issues affecting Veterans to the attention of hundreds of thousands.


Archive Exhibitions Supported by The Homecoming Project

War & Memory Presented by The Homecoming Project

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 5 Uplands
 archive : 2014

War & Memory addresses the sometime devastating aftermath of war on American families, communities, veterans and military personnel. The exhibit focuses on issues including post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and suicide.

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Archive Sessions and Events Supported by The Homecoming Project

Sep 282014

The Battles Back Home

In conjunction with the exhibit “War & Memory,” the panel will discuss issues faced by returning military and veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. Our panelists will include photographers, journalists, veterans and mental health professionals.

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