A Message from Museum Director Gail Andrews:
THANK YOU for your continued financial support and participation in our exhibitions and public programs! We hope you have enjoyed all of the exciting programs in 2012, including Dragons and Lotus Blossoms, Warhol & Cars, Norman Rockwell’s America, and Bart’s ArtVenture.
Your contributions aid us in making visual art fun and accessible, engaging over 120,000 people of all ages each year—always free of charge! As a free institution, we rely on your invaluable support to maintain our commitment of constantly contributing to and expanding the cultural vitality of Birmingham. Did you know that the Annual Fund has a direct impact on our ability to collect, preserve, research, teach, and engage?
BMA’s Annual Fund provides crucial operating support, allowing us to present exciting, innovative exhibitions, and programming year after year. A contribution to the Annual Fund positively enhances daily museum functions and helps to ensure that each and every visitor has a one-of-a-kind visit.
Will you make year-end gift to the Annual Fund?
Annual Fund gifts not only help underwrite the most basic behind-the-scenes necessities such as general building maintenance and staffing, they also impact the visitor experience, providing the chance to interact with our talented curators and docents, navigate freshly rotated galleries, and enjoy the most exceptional collection in the region. All levels of gifts will make a difference; your gift will help make all this possible.
This type of ongoing, annual support is the foundation on which the Birmingham Museum of Art has built its reputation as an outstanding educational and cultural institution. We sincerely hope you will make an Annual Fund gift this year.
Thank you, and best wishes to you and your family during this holiday season.
Send a check made out to the Birmingham Museum of Art to the following address:
Attn: Annual Fund
Birmingham Museum of Art
2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
Speak with one of our development officers directly by calling 205.297.8088.