HELP US CONTINUE TO SHARE THE ART AND CULTURE OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH

 

Photo by Ashley Lorraine; Attributed to Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans, Bélizaire and the Frey Children, c.1837, Oil on canvas, 54.5 x 43.5 inches,
Private Collection

Thanks to our community of supporters, Ogden Museum of Southern Art had a significant impact in 2022, delivered through our unique educational mission as home to the most significant collection of art of the American South in the world. Next year, we celebrate two decades of deep, civic engagement with Knowing Who We Are: A 20th Anniversary Exhibition which tells the story of the South through works of art from the permanent collection – including many on view to the public for the first time – with a commitment to social inquiry and inclusion while exploring the concept of Southern identity through visual art. Artist workshops, panel discussions, music performances, publications and other unique programs will accompany this year-long celebration, engaging a diverse community and presenting a developing image of the present-day South.

As we celebrate the holiday season and approach our 20th anniversary, please consider giving a year-end gift to Support the South. Your donation continues to support award-winning exhibitions and educational programs that expand access to the arts and promote the understanding of our shared art, history and culture.

Warm regards and best wishes to you and your family this holiday season.

William Pittman Andrews, Executive Director, Ogden Museum of Southern Art

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Charles Lovell, Torn Posters, New Orleans, 2015, Limited Edition Monoprint, 11 x 14 inches, Courtesy of the artist

This year, thanks to the generosity of artist Charles Lovell, donations of $500 or more will receive a signed limited edition monoprint of Torn Posters, New Orleans (pictured below). Upon receipt of your contribution, the Development team will reach out to coordinate pick-up of your print from the Museum or shipping details.

 

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