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National Veterans Art Museum Relocates

The National Veterans Art Museum has recently relocated to the Six Corners shopping area in Chicago (Cicero, Milwaukee and Irving Park). Come see the art work of our nation's veterans.

This Sunday, November 11, the National Veterans Art Museum will open at 4041 N. Milwaukee.  Its new home will be Six Corners.

The museum features 2,500 pieces by 250 artists addressing historical and contemporary issues related to military service. Additionally, the museum works with veterans' groups and schools. Opened in 1996, the museum is moving from its previous home in the South Loop.

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Pam DeFiglio November 13, 2012 at 04:44 PM
The museum features an online art collection at nvam.org.

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