Support the Princeton University Art Museum

We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. —Winston Churchill

The Princeton University Art Museum is widely recognized as one of the finest university art museums in the world, with a collection that is truly universal in scope. To realize its mission as a teaching museum for the University and a premier cultural destination for visitors from around the world, the Museum relies on the ongoing financial commitment of its many loyal benefactors and friends. The generous support of these individuals and organizations makes possible the Museum’s broad range of exhibitions, programs, publications, outreach, and focused initiatives.

The Museum welcomes and appreciates gifts at all levels—large and small. Your gift will strengthen and enhance the Museum, helping to sustain a vital arts institution that is open to all visitors at no charge. In turn, when you make a tax-deductible gift to the Princeton University Art Museum, your generosity will be rewarded with the opportunity to enjoy extraordinary works of art, exciting exhibitions, first-class publications, and enriching educational programs.

The Princeton University Art Museum is grateful to its generous supporters for helping to make possible its broad range of exhibitions, programs, and publications. In addition to specific funding mentioned elsewhere, major support for exhibitions and educational activities is provided, in part, by the Apparatus Fund; the John B. Elliott, Class of 1951, Fund for Asian Art; the Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, Fund for the International Artist in Residence Program; the Allen R. Adler, Class of 1967, Exhibitions Fund; the Judith and Anthony B. Evnin, Class of 1962, Exhibitions Fund; the Frances E. and Elias Wolf, Class of 1920, Fund; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation; the Joseph L. Shulman Foundation Fund for Art Museum Publications; the Mildred Clarke Pressinger von Kienbusch Memorial Fund; the Mary Pitcairn Keating Friends Annual Lecture Fund; the Mercer Trust; the Kathleen C. Sherrerd Program Fund for American Art; the Virginia and Bagley Wright, Class of 1946, Program Fund for Modern and Contemporary Art; the Docent Education Fund; the Friends Education Program Fund; the Friends and Partners of the Princeton University Art Museum; and an anonymous foundation. The Museum’s summer internship program is supported by the Hilla Von Rebay Foundation and the Frelinghuysen Foundation. We thank these funders and all of the countless individuals whose annual contributions enable the Museum to effectively support and enhance Princeton’s core mission of teaching, research, and service.