These annual fund-raisers benefit the many vital programs and projects of the Friends of the Institute. Friends funds provide busing to the MIA for schoolchildren, pay for educational programs and lectures, purchase works of art for the permanent collection, and support many other museum needs.
An elegant kickoff to Art in Bloom, this annual fund-raiser features fashions from the area’s top clothing stores and designers, along with a delicious meal and Friends legendary camaraderie.
This four-day spring festival of fresh floral arrangements and fine art highlights the talents of more than 150 floral artists whose interpretations are on view next to the works of art that inspired them. This one of a kind experience fills the museum with floral fragrance and features lectures, demonstrations, special events, and free docent tours of the displays. Since 1984, Art in Bloom has been our most popular fundraiser and largest volunteer effort.
Spend the evening in an opulent home and share a drink with one of our renowned speakers.
Pictured: The Donaldson Mansion, the location of our October 2014 cocktail party.
Sponsored by the Mark and Mary Goff Fiterman Lecture Fund
Salon: A gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, held partly to amuse one another and partly to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation.
A finely crafted fund-raising event, Salon: An Evening with Friends, debuts at the MIA on Friday, November 14, 2014. Organized by the Friends of the Institute, the night will be centered around conversations facilitated by inspiring minds with expertise ranging from fashion design to architecture, painting to cuisine. These conversations feature creative minds such as Cynthia Rowley, Bibhu Mohapatra, and Robyne Robinson will focus on the topic “What Drives Design.” The evening will stimulate lively chats, and be complete with a delicious dinner and music. Join us!
Major support provided by:
The Mark and Mary Goff Fiterman Lecture Fund
Generous support provided by:
Patricia Grundhofer, Executive Director of the John F. Grundhofer Charitable Foundation
Sheryl H. Newman
Additional support provided by:
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