Our Response to COVID-19

AITAF StaffNews

Update on 2020 Programming

As we continue to monitor and assess COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing guidelines, the AITAF team remains steadfast in our belief that the arts can inspire hope, improve quality of life, and bridge the divide between two communities.

To that end, the AITAF team has been working remotely, brainstorming and executing virtual programming, continuing external communications, and sustaining organizational operations.

We have made the difficult decision to postpone or cancel most programmatic travel for the 2020 calendar year, but look forward to re-connecting when it is safe and responsible to do so. 

In the meantime, we've launched a virtual version of our film screening series, which fosters conversations about the making of great American films and the artist process between the military community and a notable artistic guest. You can view some snapshots of our events with Laurence Fishburne, Rob Riggle, Nnamdi Asomugha, and Christopher Wolfe here.

We intend to continue producing these kinds of virtual events, and are prioritizing active duty military bases with whom we have already begun planning. Our event request form also remains live, and we are accepting requests from military bases with an active duty community who would be interested in participating remotely. 
It is our hope that our programming can continue to offer connection and insight, boosting morale in moments of isolation and uncertainty, and we look forward to keeping you updated as we do so.

To support our work during this time, you can

make a tax-deductible contribution here,

purchase merchandise from our store

or email contact@aitaf.org with any questions.

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