Your gift to the Art Museum Annual Fund has direct impact each day!
We hope that you have been inspired and that your life has been enriched by the exhibitions and programs offered by the Grand Rapids Art Museum this year. Grand Rapids enjoys vibrant city life and the Art Museum is an integral part of what makes our community an attractive place to live, work, and visit. Your continued loyalty and financial contributions invest in every facet of our operations and help expand our impact in the community. Thank you!
Your Gift of $250 enables a group of schoolchildren to experience Language Artists: Creature Connections. The tour fosters interdisciplinary art-centered learning to enhance the Museum and classroom experiences of over 4,400 area students. Developing creative minds is vital to ensuring a rich quality of life.
A gift of $500 helps preserve and exhibit the art collection. This year, a newly restored John Henry sculpture was installed in the sculpture courtyard. The sculpture, Untitled, 1973, with its bold splash of yellow, serves as a vibrant and memorable introduction for Museum guests upon arrival.
GRAM serves as a welcoming and inclusive cultural resource to be shared with the entire community.
Festival of the Arts is one example of an event where admission fees are waived, so that public access to the arts can be expanded. Your contribution of $1,000 helps support this mission.
A special donation of $2,500 can make a difference in the professional life of a young adult. Paid internships provide valuable work experience and are a strategy to encourage talented students to remain in Michigan, contributing to its vitality.
Your gift of any amount is always appreciated and carefully dedicated to enhance the community experience by exhibiting outstanding art and creating programs that make a difference in people’s lives.
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GRAM will host its annual benefit gala on May 3, 2014. Proceeds support the Museum’s artistic and educational programming. Gala 2014 Website