National Veterans Art Museum

National Veterans Art Museum The truly unique National Veterans Art Museum features work by combat veterans from all conflicts. The National Veterans Art Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of art inspired by combat and created by veterans.
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Our new space at 4041 N. Milwaukee Avenue opened on Veterans Day, November 1, 2012.

Our new space at 4041 N. Milwaukee Avenue opened on Veterans Day, November 1, 2012.

Mission: The National Veterans Art Museum inspires greater understanding of the real impact of war with a focus on Vietnam and recent wars. The museum collects, preserves and exhibits art inspired by combat and created by veterans.

Operating as usual

Today is the 5-year anniversary of the Harold Washington Library Center opening for "Above and Beyond." The memorial wor...
02/20/2021
Art Piece At Harold Washington Library Uses Dog Tags To Represent U.S. Soldiers Killed In Vietnam

Today is the 5-year anniversary of the Harold Washington Library Center opening for "Above and Beyond." The memorial work consists of 58,307 dog tags, each representing a person killed in action during the Vietnam War; an additional black tag reminds viewers of those who died from conditions related to their Vietnam War service.

The work had been installed at our previous location, but when we moved to Portage Park it went into storage. We are delighted to display it at the library, where it is viewed by approximately 50,000 annually.

https://chicago.cbslocal.com/2016/02/20/art-piece-at-harold-washington-library-uses-dog-tags-to-represent-u-s-soldiers-killed-in-vietnam/

"Above and Beyond" was created by artist Rick Steinbock and veteran artists Ned Broderick, Joe Fornelli and Mike Helbing. The work was commissioned by NVAM and is part of our permanent collection. Please check library hours for viewing at 400 S State St, Chicago.

An art exhibit created by Vietnam War veterans was unveiled today at the Harold Washington Library, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.

"Who cleans all those dog tags?" In 2016 NVAM staff and volunteers were preparing "Above and Beyond" for installation at...
02/20/2021
Who Cleans All Those Veteran Dog Tags in Museum Exhibit? Young Veterans

"Who cleans all those dog tags?" In 2016 NVAM staff and volunteers were preparing "Above and Beyond" for installation at the Harold Washington Library Center.

58,307 dog tags were taken out of storage. Each dog tag represents a person killed in action during the Vietnam War, and an additional black tag reminds viewers of those who died from conditions related to their Vietnam War service. Workers went through all of the names one by one, making sure there was a dog tag for each veteran, cleaning the dog tags, and preparing them for exhibition.

https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20160125/portage-park/who-cleans-all-those-veteran-dog-tags-museum-exhibit-young-veterans/

"Above and Beyond" was created by artist Rick Steinbock and veteran artists Ned Broderick, Joe Fornelli and Mike Helbing. The work was commissioned by NVAM and is part of our permanent collection. It is on view at the Harold Washington Library Center, 400 S State St, Chicago. Please check library hours for viewing.

A group of post-9/11 veterans have volunteered to help with a memorial to Vietnam War veterans.

Did you know that NVAM is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that supports the collection, exhibition, and preservation ve...
02/17/2021

Did you know that NVAM is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that supports the collection, exhibition, and preservation veteran-created art?

When you donate to NVAM, you directly help the museum grow and preserve its permanent collection, protecting it for future generations.

Donate today at www.nvam.org/donate

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
02/16/2021

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Join the Intrepid Museum and fellow veterans, service members, and their loved ones for a virtual staycation. We will be Zooming into Chicago to visit the National Veterans Art Museum to view artwork created by veterans, highlighting works by Vietnam War veterans, while experiencing the more artful side of Intrepid’s history. http://bit.ly/2OwFV7k

Today, on Valentine's Day, we want to echo Frankie J. Howery--we're thinking of you--with appreciation for all the suppo...
02/14/2021

Today, on Valentine's Day, we want to echo Frankie J. Howery--we're thinking of you--with appreciation for all the support you continue to provide us during this unique time.

Howery served in Vietnam, in the U.S. Air Force. He says, "I started drawing on the envelopes of letters home on the way over to Vietnam, or just before I left Stateside. I drew the pictures to amuse myself and pass the time, to illustrate the topics of my letters, and to convince my family not to worry about me by injecting some humor into the overall situation."

"Letters Home" by Frankie J. Howery. Collection of National Veterans Art Museum. All rights reserved.

We are honored to have worked with Black veteran artists since our establishment as a museum. During Black History Month...
02/11/2021

We are honored to have worked with Black veteran artists since our establishment as a museum. During Black History Month and going forward we will be sharing works in our permanent collection and from our exhibitions.

"Beheaded Marine" is the work of Dr. Charles Smith, who served in Vietnam 1966-68 in the Marine Corps. He is an acclaimed Midwest Regional Artist, activist, minister and historian. He says, “My art addresses racism from a historical perspective. It represents the slaves as well as African-American inventions, contributions and achievements, and defense of the United States."

"Beheaded Marine" by Dr. Charles Smith (b. 1940), mixed media, sculpture. Collection of National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL. All rights reserved.

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02/10/2021

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Attention veterans and current service members! We invite you to reconnect through making and writing postcards. In a jo...
02/10/2021

Attention veterans and current service members! We invite you to reconnect through making and writing postcards. In a joint program with Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, we will share artworks by US Air Force Vietnam War veteran Frankie J. Howery and use inspiration from Howery’s works to make postcards with household materials. Join us Wednesday, February 10th at 5pm ET via Zoom. Register here: http://bit.ly/3rcDtB6

With a gift of just $5 a month, we can share the stories of our veterans, preserving their stories and experiences so th...
02/03/2021

With a gift of just $5 a month, we can share the stories of our veterans, preserving their stories and experiences so that future generations can understand what it is to serve.

Make your regular, sustaining gift securely online by visiting www.nvam.org/donate

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
02/03/2021

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Attention veterans and current service members! We invite yout to reconnect through making and writing postcards. Moki Tantoco, Education and Programs Manager at the National Veteran Art Museum, will share artworks by US Air Force Vietnam War veteran, Frankie J. Howery. We will use inspiration from Howery’s works to make postcards with household materials. Learn more and register here: http://bit.ly/3rcDtB6

Today is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Our hearts are inspired with the museum's artworks and stories, and we love to...
01/30/2021

Today is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. Our hearts are inspired with the museum's artworks and stories, and we love to share them. Here, one of our veteran friends, Andres “Andy” Diaz answers questions about the interactive exhibit, "The Things They Carried.” For those of you interested in exploring the exhibit, connect with NVAM’s Education & Programs Manager, Moki Tantoco at [email protected] to schedule a virtual tour.

01/23/2021
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

NVAM Staff & Volunteers had the pleasure of attending the Intrepid Museum's virtual program in partnership with The National World War II Museum. The history and artifacts covered throughout is captivating! Check out the Live Recording below. And stay tuned for NVAM's partnership with the Intrepid Museum later next month when we launch a virtual art workshop (for veterans only) and NVAM museum tour (free, and everyone is welcome)

Join the Intrepid Museum as we explore The National World War II Museum. The National WWII Museum’s senior historian, Robert Citino, PhD, and curator, Joshua Schick, will be joined by the Intrepid Museum’s curator of history and collections, Jessica Williams, to discuss the Pacific War and collections from both institutions.

In every work of art there is a story, an experience, and attempt to explain a life lived, and sometimes lost. By donati...
01/20/2021

In every work of art there is a story, an experience, and attempt to explain a life lived, and sometimes lost.

By donating to NVAM, your support ensures we can continue honoring the stories and experiences of veteran artists during times of war, peace, or conflict.

Support veteran-created art today at www.nvam.org/donate

01/19/2021
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There are few mediums better suited to capturing incredible human experiences, and none more moving than through visual ...
01/06/2021

There are few mediums better suited to capturing incredible human experiences, and none more moving than through visual art.

As a sustaining donor, your monthly gift helps NVAM preserve these stories and allow us to remain a free museum open to all.

Join NVAM as a sustaining member today at www.nvam.org/donate

Help NVAM continue its important mission of preserving & protecting the veteran experience through world-class art.All d...
12/31/2020

Help NVAM continue its important mission of preserving & protecting the veteran experience through world-class art.

All donations are tax deductible. If you love NVAM as much as we do, please consider making a donation.

Make your year-end gift today @ bit.ly/NVAMDonate.

Did you know that NVAM is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that supports the collection, exhibition, and preservation ve...
12/30/2020

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When you donate to NVAM, you directly help the museum grow and preserve its permanent collection, protecting it for future generations.

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Stop by our virtual exhibition: https://www.nvam.org/asm-fall-2020.html to see the artwork created by the teen artists t...
12/29/2020

Stop by our virtual exhibition: https://www.nvam.org/asm-fall-2020.html to see the artwork created by the teen artists that participated in NVAM's Fall 2020 remote learning After School Matters program, "Creativity Caught Me Making."

Shout-out to NVAM's ASM instructor, Verónica Casado Hernández and her work with the young artists to engage with NVAM's permanent collection, develop technical art making skills, and research social justice issues to create art with social impact.

NVAM will be doing a remote Spring session starting in March. Our programs fill up quickly, so it's best to get your application in early. Teens can apply online through: https://www.afterschoolmatters.org/

Supporters of NVAM ensure unfiltered, world-class veteran art continues to inspire reflection. Make a tax-deductible yea...
12/29/2020

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Please don’t forget about our veterans this holiday season, and the  service and sacrifice they made this year and every...
12/28/2020

Please don’t forget about our veterans this holiday season, and the service and sacrifice they made this year and every year.

The mission of NVAM is to support all veterans by helping to share and preserve their stories.

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12/26/2020

How can you show veterans you will never forget their service or sacrifice?

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All of us at NVAM send you our warmest wishes for a joyful holiday season and a happy, healthy new year!
12/24/2020

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12/22/2020
Kids Rank

Last weekend, NVAM met with Kids Rank to celebrate the forthcoming exhibition catalog, "We Are Resilience: Masks of Hope." The catalog was made possible with support from the
The Allstate Foundation and takes a comprehensive look at the collaborative project from its inception as an arts education partnership for military and veteran children, through development as a museum exhibition. The catalog includes interviews from the participating military and veteran families, and beautifully executed documentary photographs. The catalog will be available January 2021. Anyone making a donation of $50 or more to Kids Rank will receive a catalog. NVAM looks forward to welcoming visitors to the exhibition in person when we can safely be together again.

Thank you to The Allstate Foundation for supporting the We Are Reslience: Masks of Hope exhibition and catalog, a partnership between Kids Rank and the National Veterans Art Museum. The catalog will be available January 2021, any donations made of $50 or more to Kids Rank will receive a catalog. We look forward to having visitors see the exhibition in person soon!

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12/22/2020

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Your donations help fund amazing projects like "Above and Beyond."NVAM invites you to visit the Harold Washington Librar...
12/19/2020

Your donations help fund amazing projects like "Above and Beyond."

NVAM invites you to visit the Harold Washington Library at 400 W. State St. in Chicago, IL to see our memorial installation, “Above and Beyond.”

We hope it will inspire you to donate to NVAM.

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12/17/2020
Kids Rank

Happening now! Join us for a virtual tour of NVAM and a conversation on our partnership with Kids Rank

Join us for We are Resilience:Masks of Hope with National Veterans Art Museum

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Today marks the 76th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, the last major German offensive campaign during WWII. The G...
12/16/2020

Today marks the 76th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, the last major German offensive campaign during WWII. The Germans succeeded in launching a surprise attack through the Ardennes region in eastern Belgium, northeast France, and Luxembourg. Strictly speaking, it is called the Ardennes Offensive, but because it forced a bulge in the Allied front line, it is known as the Battle of the Bulge. The Germans did not have the resources to punch through the line, and victory was won by the Allies.

NVAM permanent collection artist Kurt Vonnegut Jr enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1943 and found himself fighting in the Battle of the Bulge. He was captured by German soldiers, along with about 50 other Americans.

We know him as a beloved writer who often included witty drawings in his texts. Later he teamed up with print-maker Joe Petro III to turn some of his designs into limited-edition screen prints that are sometimes abstracted, sometimes sharply literal imaginings.

In 2016, as a gift from the Nielsen Family in memory of Faith Ellyn Nielsen, 50 of these prints were added to our permanent collection.

Image: Kurt Vonnegut Jr, "Don't Spoil the Party." Collection of National Veterans Art Museum. All rights reserved.

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12/16/2020

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Did you know that NVAM is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that supports the collection, exhibition, & preservation vete...
12/14/2020

Did you know that NVAM is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization that supports the collection, exhibition, & preservation veteran-created art?

When you donate to NVAM, you directly help the museum grow & preserve its permanent collection, protecting it for future generations.

Donate Now: bit.ly/NVAMDonate

We are excited to share our experience partnering with Kids Rank on the "We Are Resilience: Masks of Hope" exhibition. C...
12/11/2020

We are excited to share our experience partnering with Kids Rank on the "We Are Resilience: Masks of Hope" exhibition. Children of active duty and veteran service members created 100 masks. Please join us for a virtual tour of the exhibition and an exploration into the mental health and well-being of youth who have the unique stressors of military life.

The conversation takes place on Thursday, December 17, 12-1pm CT. Registration is free for everybody! https://support.kidsrank.org/event/foundations-a-conversation-on-military-youth-mental-health-and-well-being/e305419

Photo: Zachary Keltner, NVAM Media Intern. Courtesy of Kids Rank and National Veterans Art Museum. All rights reserved.

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12/11/2020

Please help NVAM continue its important mission of preserving & protecting the veteran experience through world-class art. All donations are tax deductible.

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12/09/2020

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Destroyer U.S.S. Reid was in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Much of her instrumentation was dismantled for servicing,...
12/07/2020

Destroyer U.S.S. Reid was in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Much of her instrumentation was dismantled for servicing, and her boilers were cold. When the Japanese attacked, "No ship was ever put together so fast." She was out of the harbor by mid-morning and served 3 years in the Pacific War.

"U.S.S. REID—DD 369" shows the destroyer's final moments. On December 11, 1944 the REID was near the Philippines protecting a re-supply force when 12 enemy planes attacked, and she went down.

The painting, by NVAM Permanent Collection artist George Klauba, is from the artist’s series of paintings titled, "Nerves on Fire: Reflections on WWII.” These works are an empathetic depiction of some events that occurred during the Pacific War.

Klauba says that as a boy, the stories, tattoos, and souvenirs that WWII veterans returned with "...seared my memory and burned my imagination."

Klauba served in the U.S. Navy as a Quartermaster 2nd Class from 1956-1959. To learn more about the artist and his work, visit NVAM’s Online Collection: http://collection.nvam.org/

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4041 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL
60641

Take the Blue or Red Line "L" to Irving Park. Take CTA bus number 80 (Irving Park) toward Cumberland (west). Get off at Irving Park / Cicero / Milwaukee and walk one block northeast to 4041 N. Milwaukee Avenue.

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Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

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This is my Christmas tree for 2020 soldiers tree. There’s two items underneath the tree that came back with me from Vietnam and 68. Square square duffel bag on the right and my laundry bag is cut a shirt hanging out of it those two or original. You you like to trade I’m trying to do better each year.
A truly unique museum in Chicago. Greta for school field trips to better understand the veteran's experience as well as study different genres of art
CALL FOR ENTRIES! Estrada Garcia Gallery invites artists to submit work for the 2020 HONORING ALL WHO SERVED Online Art Show and Competition SHOW LOCATION – ONLINE at www.estradagarciagallery.org CALL DESCRIPTION – Judith Estrada Garcia, owner of the Estrada Garcia Gallery located at 206 West 10th Street, Georgetown, Texas 78626 is a retired United States Marine and wishes to take this opportunity to honor her brothers and sisters in arms who have proudly served this nation by holding this National Invitational juried online show for the upcoming 2020 Veteran’s Day. Entries to HONORING ALL WHO SERVED may be somber, insightful, loving or even playful renderings respecting the contributions of both men and women from all branches of service. Though this is an online only show, all works in the show will be for sale through Estrada Garcia Gallery with 10% of the commission going to Art Spark Texas, helping disabled veterans and artists throughout the state. ELIGIBILITY - All artists 18 years or older, working in the mediums of painting, drawing, photography, mixed media and digital art are invited to submit up to 5 pieces (see information below) for jury selection that “Honors Those Who Served”. DATES AND ENTRY DETAILS - Submit images of your work at 120 dpi to www.artist.callforentry.org no later than 12:00 a.m. on November 1, 2020. Successful entries will be announced by 12:00 a.m. on November 11, 2020. The show will go online Veteran’s Day November 11, 2020 and will remain online through January 15, 2021. All work in the show will be for sale through Estrada Garcia Gallery with a 30% sales commission retained by the gallery. Funds will not be dispersed unless and until the work is delivered to the gallery. FEES AND PRIZES - Artists may enter up to 3 pieces for $30.00 with an option to enter another 2 pieces for $10.00 each for a chance to win up to $1,650.00 in prizes. Prizes will be awarded as follows: First Place - $800 cash with the winning artwork posted on Artsy for 6 months which is a value of $300.00. Total Value for First Place = $1,100.00. Second Place - $400.00 cash with the second place work published on Artsy for 3 months which is a value of $150.00. Total Value for Second Place = $550.00. OUR JURORS Michelle Godinez – An educator with the Los Angeles Unified School District for the past 27 years, Michelle has used her education in arts from Cal State University Los Angeles to help Gifted and Talented students reach their maximum potential through Art. Donna Staten - Donna has been a leader in art education for over 30 years. During this time she presented national workshops for Michael’s, and was a leader with the online student gallery Artsonia for 15 years where her school was ranked #1 in Texas 13 times and in the nation 3 times. She previously served on a Fine Arts Panel for the Texas Education Agency. Donna is known among art teachers, & over 117,000 followers, for her almost 500 art ed focused boards on Pinterest. She was featured on the Pinterest blog & was named an Educational Pinfluencer by the site. She has been interviewed by many news outlets including USA Today & NBC News. Melton R. Guthrie – As an award-winning Central Texas artist Melton has been creating thought provoking images in oil paint for over four decades. The University of Texas educated son of a United States Marine who made the Inchon landing and was surrounded by Chinese at the Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War, Melton knows firsthand about the sacrifices made by those who served.
Most Veterans are not aware of the eldercare benefits available through the VA health care system- one program is called the VA Aid & Attendance - which can provide up to $2200 per month for veterans and their spouses which is used to pay for personal care services.
Hello I am a veteran photographer who has found a mental health outlet in photography. I’m a huge supporter of veterans and mental health. I am working in building my business to help promote mental health, art therapy and awareness of this epidemic. I am searching for sponsors to help as I start what I hope to be a big step in my advocacy and teaching others about therapeutic photography. https://www.gofundme.com/f/ransomart-photography?utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&rcid=8469f6cba0e14b159a71a54b62032e9d Thank you and God bless, Amanda Ransom RansomArt Photography
Influenced by Caspar David Friedrich's painting 1824, I invented the Disaster School of Art showing pictures drawings of the Titanic Sinking under the water, planes colliding on the Canary Islands, the Columbia and Challenger Accidents and the Thresher and Scorpion sinking. James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS
ENTER "JOURNEYS ONWARD" TODAY! Are you a U.S. Armed Forces 🇺🇸 veteran, or currently serving👩‍✈️👨‍✈️? A family member 👨‍👨‍👧‍👦 of someone who is serving or a veteran? Military experiences impact service members and their families in many ways - positively and negatively. Often, they are not easy to communicate to others. RICPA's "Journeys Onward" exhibit is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to share your MILITARY EXPERIENCES through your photographic art and your own words. Your art does not need to have military imagery. Let your words connect your art and experiences. To learn more and enter, click on https://www.riphotocenter.org/journeys-onward-a-call-for-entries/.
SHARE YOUR VETERAN AND MILITARY experiences through images and related words. The Rhode Island Center for Photographic Art's JOURNEYS ONWARD is a juried exhibit exploring the photographic artistic expression of U.S. Armed Forces veterans and their families in the context of their military experiences. Enter by Sunday, August 18th. Many want to tell their stories, and those conversations can be difficult to start. Art can help. Learn about this call for entry and related activities by clicking on the image below.
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Northwest side friends, the NVAM is a very cool local art museum.