See courage up close and personal – at the only museum in America that gives a voice to ALL our Veterans. Visit today, and get to know the courageous men and women who answered the call for our country. Hear their stories. Honor their service.
Saturday, December 5 | 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
December Virtual Rally Point
Millions of Veterans and their families struggle daily with both visible and invisible wounds of war. Art is a proven, positive force in the challenges of transitioning back to civilian life and overcoming combat and service-related illness and injuries. For our December Rally Point, we explore how art programs facilitate mental wellness, increase social connectedness, and become an outlet for creative expression. Our guests include Mary Whyte, world renowned watercolor artist and founder of the Patriot Art Foundation, and Heather Seymour, MSW, LISW, Veterans Arts Initiative founder at the Columbus VA.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 – MARCH 21, 2021
We The People: Portraits of Veterans in America
Seven years in the making, artist Mary Whyte has delivered a real-life tribute to Veterans and service. The exhibit features 50 large-scale watercolor portraits of Veterans of all ages and walks of life. This is the national traveling exhibition’s first stop following the City Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina, where it originated. We The People is presented at the museum through the generosity of Big Lots.
So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope
This special exhibit featuring the story of Hope’s life and unique contributions to World War II is extended through January 2021.Learn More
An ideal venue for a variety of special events. Available to Veterans and the general public.Learn More
Explore key themes and pivotal moments in Veterans’ journeys through personal stories, artifacts and remembrances.See Gallery