|Support the North Dakota Museum of Art|
For over 30 years, the North Dakota Museum of Art has been a cultural haven, an escape to the creative and intellectually curious University students, faculty and staff. Established in 1974 as the University Art Galleries located in the UND Student Union, it has grown into an over 900-object permanent collection. In 1985, the Museum was designated as the official state art gallery and the name was changed to the North Dakota Museum of Art. In 1996 the Museum underwent significant institutional change when UND turned over management of the Museum to an independent board of trustees under its own 501 (c) (3). UND supports the Museum by offering the current building, utilities, and exterior building maintenance, in kind, but that does not keep the regional, national and international exhibition programs alive, the concerts performing, or the art education and outreach programs going, let alone staff salaries. We need your support.
Please consider a monthly payroll deduction to support the Museum throughout the year or increasing your current deduction. Your tax-deductible gift, no matter how big or small, ensures that the North Dakota Museum of Art can continue to grow and prosper into the coming year. Gifts support exhibitions, education, and special programming.
Thank you for your past and current support and check out what is lined up for exhibitions, concerts and events at www.ndmoa.com today.
-- Linda M. Gunderson, Director of Development, North Dakota Museum of Art, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701 777-5377