Reflect. Preserve. Share.

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

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


The veteran experience is worth preserving and sharing.

Your support makes it possible.


For more than 35 years, NVAM has created a captivating museum environment, enriching exhibitions, illuminating dialogue, and a strong and vibrant community that includes veterans, students, arts patrons, military families, service members, and YOU.

With a collection of over 2,500 works of art by more than 270 veteran artists in wars spanning from World War II to the active conflicts of today, the National Veterans Art Museum inspires greater understanding of the real impact of combat and military service, serving as the only art museum in North America dedicated to protecting, preserving, and displaying artwork made by veterans of the U.S. armed forces.

The experiences and perspectives of our veterans is worth learning from and preserving.

As a nonprofit institution, NVAM relies upon the generosity of individuals like you to accomplish its mission of inspiring a greater understanding of the real impact of war. With you at our side, NVAM can continue to honor our veterans by collecting and sharing their stories through world class art.

Never have the stories of veterans been more relevant than they are today. Your generosity ensures we can save these perspectives that help us define the meaning of war, service, and peace in the 21st century, bringing the viewpoints of veterans and civilians together in a way few places can.

Your support makes a difference. By making a donation today, NVAM will continue to have its greatest impact, reach beyond the walls of the museum, so together we can realize the NVAM mission to bridge the gap between veterans and the broader society.

Thank you for your support and generosity.


The National Veterans Art Museum is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.