AITAF honors and enriches the lives of the US military community by offering powerful shared experiences in theater and film. Featuring professional artists and contemporary American content, we create space for meaningful dialogue, igniting connection and deepening our capacity for understanding around our common humanity.
We bring free artistic experiences to military communities that showcase diverse contemporary works of art.
We use the shared experience of art and/or military training to encourage an exchange of ideas across ranks, and between service members and artists.
We aim to foster resiliency, boost morale, and build community.
We respect both our audience and the work we present by not compromising our standards of artistic excellence.
We bring the highest quality of artists, arts programming and planning to match the commitment, knowledge, and experience of the military community.
We value the diversity of the military and artistic communities by honoring both their differences and shared human experience.
Student Veteran Interns
Daní Rodriguez, U.S. Marine Corps
Shyendra Chandrasena, U.S. Coast Guard
Brian Lepak, U.S. Marine Corps
Cole Smith, U.S. Air Force
Eric Morton, U.S. Navy
Neath Williams, U.S. Navy
Chris Barrett, U.S. Marine Corps
Sgt Ryan Jensen, U.S. Space Force
Holly Andrews, U.S. Marine Corps
Nina Semczuk, U.S. Army
Upon written request to 220 36th Street, B520, Brooklyn, NY, 11232
a copy of any annual report can be obtained from
Arts in the Armed Forces, Inc., or from the Office of the
Attorney General by writing the Charities Bureau,
120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.