Report of Activities and Giving: FY 2009-11
The official report of activities and donors for the fiscal years from 2009 through 2011.
REPORT OF ACTIVITIES AND GIVING 2008–2009/2009–2010/2010–2011 0419.C.indd 1 3/22/12 2:39 PM 0419.C.indd 2 3/20/12 12:28 PM CONTENTS FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT FROM THE DIRECTOR THE COLLECTION 2 3 6 CONTEMPORARY ART 8 EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS MUSIC 10 12 LANDSCAPE 14 CONSERVATION 16 RESTORING THE PALACE 18 CAMPAIGN FOR THE GARDNER THE NEW WING 20 22 REPORT FROM THE TREASURER ANNUAL SUPPORT 25 27 TRUSTEES AND OVERSEERS 43 STAFF, VOLUNTEERS, INTERNS 0419.P.indd 1 44 3/20/12 12:18 PM FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT It is remarkable to think that eleven years have passed since the Board of Trustees and Museum Director Anne Hawley determined that the future of the Gardner Museum depended on successful expansion. That decision galvanized the Museum community and spurred the launch of a hugely ambitious capital campaign, and the opening of a stunning new wing designed by Pritzker Prize– winning architect Renzo Piano. The construction of the new building is an apt emblem of the Museum’s activity, a parallel to the expansive imagination, scholarship, and innovation that have made these last three years among the most vibrant in the Museum’s history. The extraordinary staff of the Gardner have successfully envisioned and executed ever-broader understandings of the Museum’s five cornerstones: the historic collection, contemporary art, music, education, and landscape. Two recent symposia have helped us understand Isabella Gardner and her era and collection anew; emerging resident artists have challenged us to consider new perspectives with new associations of sound, image, movement, texture, and context; groundbreaking educational programs offered to partner schools have sparked the curiosity and fostered the confidence of thousands of students from throughout Boston; composers and performers in a range of genres have introduced new ideas about music-making as well as exciting musical language for expressing and interpreting the world around us; and plantings in the Courtyard have shown us the beauty and complexity of our modern curated landscapes. The construction of the new building is an apt emblem of the Museum’s activity, a parallel to the expansive imagination, scholarship, and innovation that have made these last three years among the most vibrant in the Museum’s history. The Gardner continues to honor the legacy of its founder — preserving her rich collection, fostering creativity, and immersing visitors in uniquely personal conversations with artworks, artists, and ideas. But honoring a legacy does not mean staying in the same place; indeed, the popularity and scope of the Museum’s programs have no doubt exceeded Isabella Stewart Gardner’s expectations. The Gardner remains a bold institution, as committed to offering an inspiring, invigorating experience today as it was in 1903. That project — to awaken and to inspire through exhibitions and programs — is made possible by the Board of Trustees, our donors, and our members. I thank you for your invaluable support, and welcome you personally to explore the building and enjoy the programs that you have enabled. Barbara W. Hostetter President of the Board of Trustees 2 0419.P.indd 2 3/20/12 12:18 PM FROM THE DIRECTOR Here you will find reflections of the Museum’s contributions to civic life from 2009 to 2011. During these years we were deeply laboring on the new Renzo Piano–designed addition to the Museum while also continuing our public programs and caring for the collection. These years have been filled with fruitful thinking and an extraordinary commitment to securing the Museum’s future. By the end of 2011 we saw the construction of the new wing completed, the Tapestry Room restored to its 1926 appearance, as well as lighting improvements throughout the galleries. With trustee and staff leadership the Museum’s largest capital campaign had reached $146 million toward the $180 million goal. During all this we remained open to the public until the last two months of the year, continuing our public programs in education, landscape, contemporary art, music, and historic programming. We thank the exceptional Museum staff for their commitment and you, our members, for your patience, which have been essential to the accomplishment of this historic feat. The new 70,000-square-foot wing reaffirms and preserves the Museum’s prodigious legacy set by Isabella Stewart Gardner over 100 years ago, while communicating its mission to today’s visitors. Renzo Piano’s beautiful light-filled design elegantly addresses these two demands, at once honoring the Museum’s historical importance and asserting the enduring vibrancy of its mission. Moving our growing programs into purpose-built spaces in the new wing — concerts into the acoustically sublime Calderwood Hall, exhibitions into the soaring exhibition gallery, education and community programs into a dedicated and centrally located classroom studio — ensures their vitality. Entering the new wing our visitors witness the Museum at work in the greenhouses, classrooms, and concert hall while enjoying new and enriched amenities which relieve the Palace of unsustainable pressures. It is no coincidence that visitors will be able to see the Palace through north-facing glass walls in the new wing: the historic collection is still, and will always be, the inspiring focus of the Gardner experience. And at the heart of the collection remains an invitation to a personal voyage of discovery: not to journey ever farther to find new possibilities, but to find new possibilities in familiar places. The Museum’s celebrated collection has been fertile territory for this kind of exploration. Exhibitions in 2009, 2010, and 2011 of Isabella Gardner’s Asian travel journals, Renaissance terracotta sculptures, and illuminated Venetian manuscripts introduced visitors to these rarely-seen treasures and added insight to the fascinating figure of Gardner herself. The collection is animated, and our own imaginations fired, by new scholarship and new perspectives. It is no coincidence that visitors will be able to see the Palace through north-facing glass walls in the new wing: the historic collection is still, and will always be, the inspiring focus of the Gardner experience. 3 0419.P.indd 3 3/20/12 12:18 PM Just as in Gardnerâ€™s day, working artists staying at the Museum continue to find inspiration in the collection, as well as space and time to work and dream. During the past three years, twenty-three Artists-in-Residence have studied in our archives, immersed themselves in the galleries, and enjoyed the abundance of the Courtyard. Several have returned to present projects to the public; they have energized the Museum and the community with the vigor of their ideas and the originality of their perspectives. Their work, in a range of media and from many traditions, has created new forms that have helped visitors understand our world in surprising ways. The Museum has similarly reiterated Isabella Gardnerâ€™s commitment to music, naming A Far Cry the resident chamber orchestra and introducing, as part of our already sizzling Gardner After Hours, the Avant Gardner music series, which has Evening exterior view of the new Evans Way Park lobby entrance of the new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Outdoor art installation Ailanthus by Stefano Arienti. A view of the new central grand staircase in the new wing of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. 4 0419.P.indd 4 3/20/12 12:18 PM brought visionary 20th- and 21st-century compositions and composers to an eager audience. The bold programming is both intergenerational and international, showcasing pioneers of the 20th century and the young innovators of today. Other programs have helped to share the Gardner’s powerful collection with new audiences. The Museum’s Community Partnership Program has invited teens from Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain to explore the Museum, and inspired them to create original art, while our School Vacation Weeks programming offered a range of ways for young visitors to interact with the Museum. And Neighborhood Nights, a free after-hours program, drew local families with live music, gallery hunts, and participatory art projects. Our School Partnership Program, based on the groundbreaking Visual Thinking Strategies pedagogy, has engaged a growing number of students in the process of collaborative exploration, discovery, and expression. In 2008–2009, over 800 students from four schools participated in the program; in 2010–2011, the program worked with over 2,000 students. Since opening in 1903, the Gardner Museum has been a source of enchantment, a convergence of the arts that has inspired and transformed visitors, immersing them in beauty and enlivening their senses. In the last three years, the Museum’s gardeners cultivated the exquisite interior Courtyard, tending the garden daily and imagining new, artful horticultural combinations, while our Curator of Landscape challenged visitors to picture new vistas and consider new scholarship presented in the Landscape Visions lecture series. The Museum is made up of people, as well as its great collections and architecture. We are fortunate to welcome two new thinkers to our curatorial team: Oliver Tostmann joins us as the William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection, and Charles Waldheim/Urban Agency is our new Consulting Curator of Landscape. None of this would have been possible without the extraordinary generosity of our trustees and overseers; without their time, thoughtfulness, and generous financial gifts, none of these dreams would have been realized. They are the reason we are now over eighty percent toward our capital campaign goal of $180 million which has made this new building possible and will build endowment to support it and our operations. They are the enablers of this institution’s continuing public service in the arts and culture. The nature of that service has not changed over the years. Since opening in 1903, the Gardner Museum has been a source of enchantment, a convergence of the arts that has inspired and transformed visitors, immersing them in beauty and enlivening their senses. It is a wonderful privilege — and a humbling responsibility — to rearticulate and reaffirm this service for generations to come. Anne Hawley Norma Jean Calderwood Director 5 0419.P.indd 5 3/20/12 12:19 PM THE COLLECTION EXHIBITIONS October 2008 – January 2009 The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance February–May 2009 Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner in Asia February–May 2010 Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance May–June 2011 Illuminating the Serenissima: Books of the Republic of Venice PUBLICATIONS Over the past three years, the curator and guest curators of the Gardner Museum’s expansive collection showcased Isabella Stewart Gardner’s collection of extravagant painted chests from Renaissance Italy, unpacked her travels throughout Asia, displayed her unique collection of terracotta sculpture of the Italian Renaissance, and showed, for the first time ever, her illuminated Venetian manuscripts. By spotlighting the overshadowed, researching the unfamiliar, and connecting the disparate, the Gardner’s curatorial staff continued to renew the collection and invite visitors on surprising voyages of discovery. EXHIBITIONS The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance This exhibition, displayed at the Gardner from October 16, 2008, through January 18, 2009, brought together cassoni from a number of different museums. The parade of 15th- and 16th-century marriage chests, richly painted with scenes celebrating the victory of harmony over discord, showcased the ingenuity of the artists and the sophistication and prosperity of the families that commissioned them. Co-curated by Alan Chong and Cristelle Baskins (Tufts University), with Virginia Brilliant (Ringling Museum), the traveling exhibit was accompanied by a scholarly catalogue and was the subject of a symposium as well as other programs. The Triumph of Marriage was a collaboration with the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, in Sarasota, Florida, which showed the exhibition subsequently. Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner in Asia From February 21 through May 31, 2009, Isabella Stewart Gardner’s extensive travels through Asia were presented in this exhibition co-curated by Alan Chong and Noriko Murai. Featuring for the The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance (ISGM and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, in association with Gutenberg Periscope Publishing Ltd., 2008) Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner in Asia (ISGM in association with Gutenberg Periscope Publishing Ltd., 2009) SYMPOSIA The Triumph of Marriage: A Symposium on Renaissance Cassoni, with Lilian Armstrong, Roberta Bartoli, Cristelle Baskins, Caroline Campbell, Philine Helas, Philip Jacks, Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, Nerida Newbigin, and Sharon Strocchia (2008) Inventing Asia: American Perceptions and Influences around 1900, with Lawrence Berman, Kendall Brown, Christine Guth, Robert Lee, Greg Levine, Anne McCauley, Daisuke Miyao, Ellen Roberts, and Thomas Tweed (2009) LECTURES AND SPECIAL PROGR AMS July 2008 – June 2009 A Closer Look: Cristelle Baskins and Alan Chong on The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance Rachel Jacoff, Imagining Love in Dante’s Divine Comedy Alan Chong and Pieranna Cavalchini, Memory and Invention and Personal Travel Scrapbooks Alan Chong, Richard Lingner, and Noriko Murai, Journeys East: Conversation & Catalogue Release Alan Chong, Urban Oasis: The Evolution of Fenway Court 6 0419.P.indd 6 3/20/12 12:19 PM first time all six of the albums from her travels, as well as small pieces she collected on the way and acquisitions she made after her return, the exhibition provided a glimpse of late 19th-century Asian art, culture, and religious practice, mediated through Gardner’s recorded impressions. Conservation of these inimitable travel albums was generously funded by the Leon Levy Foundation. The exhibit was accompanied by a scholarly exhibition catalogue of the same name and enriched by a symposium, Inventing Asia: American Perceptions and Influences around 1900. Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance This exhi- bition, curated by Alan Chong and displayed from February 25 through May 23, 2010, showcased the Gardner’s rich collection of painted terracotta sculpture, including notable works by Giovanni de Fondulis and Matteo Civitali as well as several much later fakes and forgeries. Often overlooked by scholars in favor of sculptures carved in bronze or marble, terracotta sculpture has its own distinct emotive and expressive qualities. In addition to demonstrating a rarely-seen sculptural process, several of the pieces also received extraordinary, cutting-edge conservation treatment in preparation for the exhibition, with the generous support of the Sherman Fairchild Foundation, revealing important information about their construction and composition. As always, the exhibition also revealed more about Isabella Gardner herself; her retention of proven forgeries may suggest that she valued tangible expressions of beauty more than abstract notions of authenticity. Illuminating the Serenissima: Books of the Republic of Venice Spotlighting the Museum’s rare-book collection, this exhibition, shown from May 3 through June 19, 2011, gave visitors the unique privilege of viewing seven commissioni — elaborately written, illuminated, and bound books containing the contracts of Venetian noblemen elected as regional or city administrators. Stored in covered bookcases since Isabella Gardner’s day, the commissioni were in remarkable condition; only one required conservation treatment. The exhibition was curated by Anne-Marie Eze, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Gardner, who shared her new scholarship on the rare books collection with the public in a series of engaging lectures titled Under the Covers @ After Hours. NEW LEADERSHIP July 2009 – June 2010 A Closer Look: Alan Chong, Valentine Talland, and Marietta Cambareri on Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance July 2010 – June 2011 Anne-Marie Eze, Illuminating the Serenissima: Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Collection of Venetian Manuscripts Anne-Marie Eze, Under the Covers @ After Hours • From the Sistine Chapel to Fenway Court: Leaves from a Missal of Pope Clement VII • A Most Serene Collection: Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Books of the Republic of Venice • The Gothic Room Choir-Book: A Neapolitan Treasure Rediscovered • The Painters’ Bible: Illustrated Editions of Ovid’s Metamorphoses • Face of a Genius: Portraits of Dante in Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Copies of the Divine Comedy ROOM VIEWS July 2009 – June 2010 Taro Shinoda, Anne Hawley, and Alan Chong, The Courtyard Gregory Maguire and Alan Chong, The Titian Room Elaine Reichek, Pieranna Cavalchini, and Alan Chong, The Dutch Room — Absence and Desire Michael Downing and Alan Chong, The Early Italian Room July 2010 – June 2011 David Wilson, Pieranna Cavalchini, and Alan Chong, The Tapestry Room — Music and Performance Halls in Museums Derek Gilman, Anne Hawley, Margaret Burchenal, and Alan Chong, The Gothic Room — The Patron in the Installation Rob Weiner, Andrew Witkin, and Pieranna Cavalchini, The Blue Room — Art in Context, Then and Now In March, 2011, the Museum announced the selection of Oliver Tostmann as the new William and Lia Poorvu Curator of the Collection. Before joining the Gardner, he completed a prestigious three-year fellowship at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, d.c., where he had conducted research for various exhibition projects (Arcimboldo, 1526–1593: Nature and Fantasy and Venice: Canaletto and his Rivals) and conceived an exhibition based on a National Gallery painting by Giambattista Tiepolo. “I am honored by the responsibility of stewarding this unique and important collection, enlivening it with new research, and sharing it with an ever-broader audience,” says Tostmann. “I hope that returning visitors can always see something new, even in familiar works, and that new visitors always feel invited to explore.” 7 0419.P.indd 7 3/20/12 12:19 PM CONTEMPORARY ART The Gardner’s renowned residency program draws individuals from different parts of the world and builds a growing collective of considered points of view. Since 2008, artists have come from seventeen countries and an equally diverse range of disciplines: from photography to dance, from sculpture to performance art. These residencies have perpetuated the legacy of the Museum as a public resource for scholarship and creativity in the tradition of Isabella Stewart Gardner’s salon on the Fenway. Artists use their time to research and reflect, but they also nourish the Museum, turning their unique perspectives to the collection, the archives, the building, and the world beyond the Museum in lectures, exhibitions, and conversations with the community. EXHIBITIONS Luisa Rabbia: Travels with Isabella, Travel Scrapbooks 1883/2008 During her residency at the Museum, Luisa Rabbia was mesmerized by photographs collected by Isabella Stewart Gardner while traveling in 1883 to China. In the 2008 exhibition Travels with Isabella, Travel Scrapbooks 1883/2008, Rabbia used these archival photographs to construct a video of an imaginary landscape, which she animated with her own drawings as well as other images and set to music. She merged two very personal journeys, Gardner’s and her own; the result was a fantastical narrative that was both historical and contemporary. Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Su-Mei Tse’s Floating Memories, exhibited in 2009, merged sound, image and object into a single poetic form, encouraging viewers to reflect on the passing of time, distant memory, absence, and longing. The artist embedded a gold monochrome rug in an empty wooden frame, carved with the worn and faded pattern of the Italian silk damask that had originally covered the walls of the Museum’s Dutch Room. She paired this unique furnishing with a personal flashback — a video projection of an image, from her childhood, of an endlessly revolving vinyl record floating like a distant mirage. The viewer was seduced by the beauty of the object, but disconcerted and perturbed by a sense of nostalgia and disorientation evoked by the looping image. Tse’s installation was in perfect sync with the Gardner Museum; here, particularly in those rooms that were violated in the 1990 art theft, time seems to have come to a standstill while the sense of yearning for the irretrievable past echoes in every empty frame. ARTIS TS - I N - RE S I DE N C E July 2008 – June 2011 New Artists-in-Residence Hamra Abbas (Pakistan) Laura Lima (Brazil) Victoria Morton (Scotland) Melvin Moti (Netherlands) Zhang Peili (China) Adam Pendleton (USA) Cesare Pietroiusti (Italy) Ana Prvacki (Serbia) Raqs Media Collective (India) David Wilson (USA) Returning Artists-in-Residence Lida Abdul (Afghanistan) Andrea Anastasio (Italy) Cliff Evans (Australia) Lara Favaretto (Italy) Ledoh (Burma) Lee Mingwei (Taiwan) Anne Nivat (France) Luisa Rabbia (Italy) Paula Robison (USA) Taro Shinoda (Japan) Su-Mei Tse (Luxembourg) Danijel Zezelj (Croatia) Elaine Reichek (USA) TALKS AND PROGR AMS July 2008 – June 2009 Mario Diacono on Luisa Rabbia: Travels with Isabella, Travel Scrapbooks 1883/2008 Luisa Rabbia and Fa Ventilato, Animation and Sound: A Two-Part Process Lida Abdul and Anne Nivat, Creativity During Wartime 8 0419.P.indd 8 3/21/12 4:13 PM Taro Shinoda: Lunar Reflections During his month-long residency in the spring Joan Jonas: Reading Dante of 2007, Taro Shinoda was inspired by the moonlight in the Courtyard to develop a new body of work — Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique. He constructed an astronomical telescope out of corrugated cardboard and attached a video camera to it; with this instrument he filmed the moon and cityscapes in different parts of the world. In 2009 he presented Lunar Reflections, an installation including film shots from Tokyo, Istanbul, Limerick, and Boston; a live audio feed from the running fountain in the Courtyard to the gallery; and an engawa, a Japanese viewing platform that traditionally separates domestic space from garden space. On the engawa, visitors could sit and meditate on their place in the universe while watching Shinoda’s extraordinary films of the moon and mysterious nightscapes. The gallery walls, which were lined with silver paper, reflected the twinkling city lights and the glow of the moon as it navigated across the floating screen. Zhang Peili, Jane Farver, Karen Oen, and Pieranna Cavalchini: A Conversation Danijel Zezelj: ONCE Danijel Zezelj created ONCE during Gardner After Hours on June 17, 2010; it was the final installation in the special exhibition gallery of the historic building. A dynamic act of live narration, using sound and image as the language of expression, ONCE was built on an interchange between music and painting, merging the rhythm and time of the music with the volume and space of the painting. Before an audience in the special exhibition gallery, Zezelj created a series of acrylic paintings on a single canvas, the images evolving, disappearing, and reemerging one on top of the other — a visual metamorphic sequence set to music performed by Jessica Lurie, Marika Hughes, and Todd Sickafoose. The entire process was photographed at twenty-second intervals by a fixed camera and the music digitally recorded. The photos were edited with excerpts of the music into a short animated movie, which was installed in the gallery alongside the finalized painting and shown for one week. EMERGING ARTISTS, INNOVATIVE ARTS Adam Pendleton returned to the Gardner in December 2010 to premiere a newly conceived work for the final Gardner After Hours program in the Tapestry Room. Like much of his work, three scenes (variation one), appropriated and combined texts from a variety of sources. Pendleton layered a re-orchestrated interpretation of Stephen Merritt’s pop song “The Book of Love,” performed by Colin Killalea and a string quartet of Emily Deans, Marika Hughes, Yon Joo Lee, and Mazz Swift, over solos by mezzo-soprano Alicia Hall Moran and his own performance of an original text. Performed simultaneously, these three scenes merged into a refractive whole, each layer showing the one above and below it in new ways. “The performance was mesmerizing,” recalls Curator of Contemporary Art Pieranna Cavalchini. “Adam’s re-imagining and layering of texts — including a popular song about text — was adventurous, challenging, and emotionally powerful.” July 2009 – June 2010 Lee Mingwei on Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Su-Mei Tse and Pieranna Cavalchini: A Conversation Cliff Evans on Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Tiffany York on Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Enrico Lunghi and Pieranna Cavalchini: A Conversation on Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Jane Farver on Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Taro Shinoda and Pieranna Cavalchini on Lunar Reflections Taro Shinoda, Anne Hawley, and Alan Chong, Room Views Pieranna Cavalchini on Taro Shinoda: Lunar Reflections Eungie Joo on Taro Shinoda: Lunar Reflections July 2010 – June 2011 David Wilson and Pieranna Cavalchini, Room Views Rob Weiner, Andrew Witkin, and Pieranna Cavalchini, Room Views SPECIAL PERFORMANCES July 2009 – June 2010 Taro Shinoda: Lunar Reflections : A New Year’s Eve Event with Pierrot Lunaire, performance by Paula Robison David Wilson: The Great Soviet Eclipse July 2010 – June 2011 Ana Prvacki: Performing Daily Practice Adam Pendleton: three scenes (variation one) PUBLICATIONS Luisa Rabbia: Travels with Isabella (Charta Books Ltd., 2008) Su-Mei Tse: Notes (Charta Books Ltd., 2009) NEMA AWARDS Posters/first place, Adam Pendleton: three scenes (variation one) (2011) Books/honorable mention, Su-Mei Tse: Notes (2010) STEAMBOAT SCHOL ARS Emma Steinkraus (Summer 2009) Clare Quinlan (Summer 2010) Amanda Esteves-Kraus (Summer 2011) 9 0419.P.indd 9 3/20/12 12:19 PM EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS VISITOR LEARNING PROGR AMS July 2009 – June 2010 Introductory Talks 360 programs; 10,596 attendees Public Tours 367 programs; 4,771 attendees Group Tours 394 programs; 9,932 attendees Early Opening Tours 3 programs; 141 attendees Special Exhibition Talks 24 programs; 394 attendees PUBLIC PROGR AMS July 2009 – June 2010 Gardner After Hours 12 programs; 8,039 attendees Room Views 4 programs; 405 attendees Starting with the premise that each of us has a creative spark ready to be kindled, Gardner Museum education programs fire the imagination by offering fresh perspectives, invigorating proximity, and surprising juxtapositions. Our programs help visitors of all ages and backgrounds enjoy the Museum more by encouraging meaningful connections with art. Construction of the new wing and restoration of the Tapestry Room impinged on several of our programs in 2010–2011; we look forward to resuming our full programming in 2012. Visitor Learning With the invaluable help of 120 volunteers contributing 13,891 hours over the last three fiscal years, as well 39 Museum Teachers in the same span, we offered a range of ways to discover the Gardner. Over 80,000 visitors took advantage of our Visitor Learning programs, some enjoying a concise orientation to the Museum at one of the volunteer-led introductory talks, or taking an interactive one-hour public tour led by a Museum Teacher — both offered free with admission. Larger groups continued to schedule personalized group tours and early-hours tours. Volunteers were also trained to enrich visitors’ experience of special exhibitions; these short talks helped contextualize exhibitions and encouraged lively dialogue about art and artists. Public Programs Our public programs engendered new ways of experiencing art and offered new perspectives on the Museum itself. After debuting in the fall of 2008, Gardner After Hours continued to bring music, artist conversations, and a celebratory spirit to Thursday evenings; from 2009 to 2011, nearly 20,000 visitors enjoyed the alchemical atmosphere of the Gardner at night — with over 8,000 attendees in 2009-2010, the last full year of After Hours events. The Room Views MusicKitchen @ the Gardner 2 programs; 256 attendees SCHOOL AND TEACHER PROGR AMS July 2009 – June 2010 3 schools; 2,041 students; 89 teachers; 75 museum visits; 104 classroom visits COMMUNIT Y PROGR AMS July 2009 – June 2010 Neighborhood Nights 3 programs; 3,304 attendees Opening Our Doors Day 1 program; 1,144 attendees Community Partnerships Program 8 partners; 99 students; 17 adults School Vacation Weeks 2 programs; 5,246 attendees MUSICKITCHEN @ THE GARDNER July 2009 – June 2010 Bartok’s First String Quartet Joyride in a Time Machine: Beethoven’s Grosse Fugue July 2010 – June 20111 Bach’s Electric Chords: Guitar-Pedal Counterpoint for String Quartet PARTNER SCHOOLS Boston Latin School Farragut School Mission Hill School Tobin School 10 0419.P.indd 10 3/20/12 12:19 PM series invited guest speakers together with Gardner staff to explore and share their personal connections to the historic galleries. And MusicKitchen @ the Gardner, another 2010 addition to our programs, featured Borromeo String Quartet violinist Nicholas Kitchen offering new perspectives on works by some of the world’s great composers, followed by a performance by the Borromeo String Quartet. School and Teacher Programs Through our nationally recognized School Part- nership Program we introduced students to the world of art, launching them on to lives of intellectual courage and exploration. We also trained teachers from partner schools to lead monthly art discussions in their classrooms, and organize workshops based around special exhibitions. In the past three years, participation among students has more than doubled, and teacher participation has increased considerably as well. In 2009 we were invited by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to offer a workshop on our interactive teaching approach to all Massachusetts teachers, resulting in a weeklong summer professional development seminar called Thinking Through Art. The foundation of our teaching philosophy is the pioneering Visual Thinking Strategies program, a research-based pedagogy for learners of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds that uses conversations around works of art to foster critical thinking, intellectual risk-taking, and collaborative learning. During the past three years, the Gardner has introduced students and teachers from four partner schools to the treasures of the historic collection, exhibitions by Artists-in-Residence, and performances by A Far Cry, the Museum’s resident chamber orchestra, and has challenged them to make their own meaning from works of art. Community Programs During the last three years, the Gardner Museum has remained committed to fostering relationships with our neighbors through a lineup of free community-oriented programs. We have nurtured our unique relationship with neighborhood community organizations through our Community Partnerships, which annually bring local students to experience the Gardner and to make artwork for the culminating Community Creations exhibition. When the Museum’s special exhibition gallery was repurposed in 2011, the exhibition was hosted offsite at AAMARP (the African American Masters Artist in Residency Program, an adjunct of the Department of African American Studies at Northeastern University). In the summer months, Neighborhood Nights offered live music and themed gallery tours and hunts for families, as well as follow-up art projects. A Richard C. von Hess Summer Intern from the University for the Arts in Philadelphia is selected annually to help implement this program. The Gardner has also participated in the Fenway Alliance’s annual Opening Our Doors Day, an open house of discovery and creation. And our School Vacation Weeks, scheduled to coincide with Boston Public Schools’ February and April breaks, have proven extremely popular. These programs are staffed by teen interns in our Museum Associates and TeensBehind-the-Scenes programs. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM Thinking Through Art Professional Development Institute for Educators (2009) TEACHER WORKSHOPS Art + History Workshop on The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance (2009) Art + Science Workshop on Taro Shinoda: Lunar Reflections (2010) COMMUNIT Y PARTNERS Alternative School at Little House (Dorchester) Dorchester Alternative School (Dorchester) Fenway High School (Boston) Hawthorne Youth and Community Center (Roxbury) Knight Children’s Center (Jamaica Plain) Mother Caroline Academy (Dorchester) Peace Drum Project (Jamaica Plain) SquashBusters (Roxbury) RICHARD C . VON HESS SUMMER INTERNS Miriam Klingler (2009) Olivia Thomas (2010) Allison Smith (2011) MUSEUM ASSOCIATES Janee– Williams (2008) Taylor Parker (2008, 2009) Jessica Harris (2009, 2010) Wayne Zhang (2010, 2011) Cristina Marcello (2011) TEENS - BEHIND -THE-SCENES Darryn Adams (2011) Rafael Arrendol (2011) Kerwin Cornelius (2009, 2010) Nelson Delgado (2009, 2010) Olivia Grant (2009, 2010) Hannah Heiser (2011) Nicole Iwunze (2009, 2010) Erika Ledger (2009) Cristina Marcillo (2009, 2010) Justin Oppus (2011) Kenechukwu Abajue Umeh (2011) André Whitsey (2010) 11 0419.P.indd 11 3/20/12 12:19 PM MUSIC During the past three years, music at the Gardner Museum was both profuse and increasingly diverse, reflecting the lively conversations across generation and genre that energize performance and composition today. Our Sunday Concert Series brought established and emerging soloists and ensembles to the Gardner to reveal, through performance, new aspects of beloved classical compositions, while the Composer Portraits and new Avant Gardner series introduced a selection of today’s most innovative composers. Jazz at the Gardner explored the range of traditions and styles that give this distinctly American art form an ever more complex palette. Sunday Concert Series The Sunday Concert Series spanned centuries, continents, and genres, each season glowing with sterling performances and riveting sonic combinations. Highlights from the 2008–2009 season included a celebration of Elliott Carter’s 100th birthday with the Laurel String Quartet and a musical tour of nuptial mores in Renaissance Italy with the Boston Camerata — a complement to the exhibition The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni of the Renaissance. The 2009–2010 season featured notable performances such as the Borromeo String Quartet’s two-concert survey of the complete string quartets of Béla Bartók, and a rare performance of Stockhausen’s Mantra for two pianos with percussion and electronics, one of the seminal compositions of the 20th century. Among the prominent concerts from the 2010–2011 season were Finnish pianist Paavali Jumppanen’s four-part survey of Mozart’s complete piano sonatas; pianist Jeremy Denk’s inspired pairing of Ligeti’s Etudes and Bach’s Goldberg Variations; and the Boston debuts of several outstanding young artists including violinist Caroline Goulding, soprano Jeanine De Bique, and pianist Charlie Albright. Jazz at the Gardner Our jazz concert series presented an alchemical mix of musi- cal styles and legacies to attendees at Gardner After Hours, the monthly celebration of the Gardner’s magical late-night atmosphere. Programming for the series during the last three years included familiar jazz classics as well as genre-defying new works and sounds. Highlights included Cirkestra, an acclaimed ensemble of circus musicians playing klezmer, gypsy-inspired tunes, and dark waltzes; the Nadia Washington Quartet, performing vocal jazz standards and new compositions; the Berklee Middle Eastern Fusion Ensemble, playing traditional and contemporary music from Lebanon, Egypt, and Andalusia; and the Folk Arts Quartet, PERFORMERS AT THE GARDNER July 2008 – June 2009 Melissa Aldana Quartet, jazz ensemble Jennifer Aylmer, soprano Katya Apekisheva, piano Nicola Benedetti, violin Berklee Middle Eastern Fusion Ensemble, world music ensemble Borromeo String Quartet, classical ensemble The Boston Camerata, early music ensemble David Aaron Carpenter, viola Corey Cerovsek, violin Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, classical ensemble Pius Cheung, marimba Katherine Chi, piano Cirkestra, circus music ensemble Claremont Trio, classical ensemble Jeremy Denk, piano Eroica Trio, classical ensemble Jose Franch-Ballester, clarinet Gardner Chamber Orchestra, classical ensemble Alexander Ghindin, piano International Contemporary Ensemble, new music ensemble Steven Isserlis, cello Paavali Jumppanen, piano Jupiter String Quartet, classical ensemble Ayano Kataoka, percussion Laurel String Quartet, classical ensemble Pei Shan Lee, piano Dr. Magpie, jazz sextet Moët Trio, classical ensemble Mai Motobuchi, viola Musicians from Marlboro, classical ensemble The Nash Ensemble, classical ensemble Jean-Frédéric Neuberger, piano David Requiro, cello Paula Robison, flute Randall Scarlata, baritone Christopher Taylor, piano Kristopher Tong, violin Yang Wei, pipa Nadia Washington Quartet, vocal jazz ensemble Laura Ward, piano DaXun Zhang, double bass July 2009 – June 2010 A Far Cry, classical ensemble Steven Beck, piano Belcea String Quartet, classical ensemble Borromeo String Quartet, classical ensemble Bruce Brubaker, piano Callithumpian Consort, new music ensemble Colin Carr, cello Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, classical ensemble Ray Chen, violin 12 0419.P.indd 12 3/20/12 12:19 PM combining bluegrass, folk, and Celtic sounds with the instrumentation and precision of the classical string quartet to create an all-new genre: “chambergrass.” Avant Gardner Since its debut in fall 2009, Avant Gardner, the Museum’s new showcase for contemporary classical music, has challenged, surprised, and delighted audiences with innovative sounds and striking juxtapositions. The first two seasons of Avant Gardner featured performances by the Callithumpian Consort, a local 13-member ensemble heralded as a “courageous new music band” by The Boston Globe. These remarkable seasons also featured three world premieres by some of today’s preeminent young composers as well as ear-opening pieces by musical pioneers Charles Ives, Cornelius Cardew, Toru Takemitsu, John Luther Adams, and more. Resident Chamber Orchestra A Far Cry, a Jamaica Plain–based, self-conducted string ensemble, was named the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s resident chamber orchestra in November of 2009. Recognized for its adventurous spirit — A Far Cry performs an extraordinarily diverse repertoire — and committed to education and community outreach, the ensemble is a perfect fit for the Museum’s multi-faceted mission. A Far Cry’s first performance at the Gardner Museum, part of the Artful Holidays at the Gardner event in December of 2009, was followed by a season of collaboration with the Museum’s School Partnership Program, where their lessons and performances left indelible impressions on young learners from Tobin School in Boston. A Far Cry presented four dynamic performances as part of the Museum’s 2010–2011 Sunday Concert Series, covering a wide swath of musical territory, from Purcell and Mozart to Pärt, Piazzolla, and Gabriela Lena Frank. NEW MUSIC, NEW AUDIENCES “The Gardner is all about discovering new things,” says Curator of Music Scott Nickrenz. In that spirit of discovery, the Museum offered New Music Afternoons in June of 2009 and 2010, a week of informal, hour-long concerts of 20th- and 21stcentury classical works performed by participants in New England Conservatory’s Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice. The concerts were free with admission to the Museum, and audiences were encouraged to drop in for as long as they liked. For Nickrenz, that accessibility was fundamental to the program. “By leaving the door open to visitors, we hoped they would explore, linger, and engage with this challenging and beautiful music in ways that they might not otherwise try.” Cirkestra, circus music ensemble Katherine Chi, piano Claremont Trio, classical ensemble Jeremy Denk, piano Folk Arts Quartet, jazz/bluegrass ensemble Hahn-Bin, violin Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello Bella Hristova, violin Gleb Ivanov, piano Eric Jacobsen, cello Paavali Jumppanen, piano Jupiter String Quartet, classical ensemble Sooyun Kim, flute Yeesun Kim, cello Alexis Lanz, clarinet Seymour Lipkin, piano Aleksandar Madžar, piano Khris Miller Group, jazz ensemble Benjamin Moser, piano Musicians from Marlboro, classical ensemble Musicians from Ravinia’s Steans Institute, classical ensemble Grace Park, violin Annette Philip Quartet, jazz ensemble Paula Robison, flute Thomas Sauer, piano Randall Scarlata, baritone Arnold Steinhardt, violin Yekwon Sunwoo, piano Trio Mediaeval, vocal ensemble Mark Whitfield Jr. Quartet, jazz ensemble July 2010 – June 2011 A Far Cry, classical ensemble Charlie Albright, piano Jennifer Aylmer, soprano Amarcord, vocal ensemble Jeanine De Bique, soprano Berklee College Afro-Cuban Folkloric Ensemble, world music ensemble Borromeo String Quartet, classical ensemble Calithumpian Consort, new music ensemble Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, classical ensemble Jeremy Denk, piano Roberto Diaz, viola Caroline Goulding, violin Elaine Hou, piano Imani Winds, classical ensemble Noé Inui, violin Paavali Jumppanen, piano Musicians from Marlboro, classical ensemble Musicians from Ravinia’s Steans Institute, classical ensemble The Nash Ensemble, classical ensemble Randall Scarlata, baritone Trio Cavatina, classical ensemble Laura Ward, piano Mark Whitfield Jr. Quartet, jazz ensemble 13 0419.P.indd 13 3/20/12 12:19 PM LANDSCAPE L ANDSCAPE LECTURES July 2008 – June 2009 Revisiting Paradise: Landscape Journeys from South Asia to the Mediterranean • Mahvash Alemi, Great Garden Cities of Persia: Royal Safavid Gardens in 16th- and 17th-Century Iran • D. Fairchild Ruggles, Gardens and Fountains of Islamic Spain • Stephen F. Dale, Babur and his Gardens • James L. Wescoat, Jr., Conserving Water: Past and Present in a Rajput Palace Garden • Anna Pavord, Searching for Connections: An Adventure in Botanical History July 2009 – June 2010 The Landscape of Eternity • Marc Peter Keane, Heaven on Earth: The Paradise Gardens of Heian-period Japan In the last three years, the Gardner Museum Landscape Department has established itself as an important center of scholarship and practice. Under the leadership of Patrick Chassé, the Museum’s first Curator of Landscape from January 2005–2009, nine distinctive Courtyard displays were designed; today, the stunning chrysanthemum display, which debuted in autumn 2008, and the traditional hanging nasturtiums are recognized as incomparable events in the Boston area. Another change in the Courtyard includes a new palette of permanent plants based on historic images commissioned by Isabella Gardner. Chassé also created the popular Landscape Visions lectures, inviting expert speakers to explore landscape from a variety of informed perspectives and to engage audiences with new scholarship and fresh ideas. Chassé resigned from his position in 2009, and after an extensive search, the Museum named Charles Waldheim/Urban Agency Consulting Curator of Landscape in December of 2010. • Alan L. Ward, American Cemetery Landscapes: Through the Lens • Bettina Bergmann, “A Pleasant Place in Hades”: Roman Tomb Gardens • Mark Harris, Eternally Green: Natural Burial and New Cemetery Landscapes • Patrick Chassé, The Monumental Landscape: New Ways of Remembering July 2010 – June 2011 CIT Y.GARDEN.NOW • Laurie Olin, Gardens for American Institutions: Reflections from Recent Practice • Eelco Hooftman, Public Realm of the Senses • Alexander Reford, 100 Gardens: Conceptual Gardens and New Landscapes • Amale Andraos, Nature Revisited Landscape Visions Lectures Since 2008, the Landscape Visions lectures have brought noted speakers from a range of disciplines and backgrounds to offer audiences provocative new ways to understand landscape. Rooted in the Museum’s rich landscape tradition, but always innovative, the Gardner’s Landscape Visions lectures explored a common theme each season, tracing it through time and across geographies and cultures. In 2008–2009, the lecture series “Revisiting Paradise: Landscape Journeys from South Asia to the Mediterranean” examined the traditions and innovations of gardens and landscapes of the Islamic world. In 2009– 2010, “The Landscape of Eternity” explored landscapes and ideas that evoke our natural and symbolic responses to mortality, the afterlife, and memorialization, 14 0419.P.indd 14 3/20/12 12:19 PM with intellectual excursions to ancient Rome, Heian Japan, and cemeteries and memorials throughout the United States. And in 2010–2011, “CITY.GARDEN. NOW ” considered new thinking about gardens in relationship to the city. COURT YARD DISPL AYS Midwinter Tropics (1) Orchids and Bromeliads Hanging Nasturtiums Courtyard Displays The nine annual Courtyard displays at the Gardner reflect Spring Blooms the centrality of the Courtyard in the experience of the Museum as a single, immersive work of art. Blending shades, heights, textures, and colors, each Courtyard display is as carefully curated as any installation in the galleries, concentrating a dazzling variety of flowers, trees, and ferns in one small Courtyard. Of special note among the displays are the hanging nasturtiums and the chrysanthemum displays. Following a long tradition dating to Isabella Gardner’s day, the hanging nasturtiums display features fifteen- to twenty-foot-long orange nasturtiums hung from the Courtyard balconies. In the garden below, pale green azaleas, fragrant blue hyacinths, blue cineraria, ivory and cream daffodils, and Cymbidium orchids are placed against a background of green ferns, palms, tree ferns, and Norfolk pines. The chrysanthemum display, which premiered in autumn 2008, showcases a range of Japanese single-stem chrysanthemums (Ogiku), bred for their colorful, exuberant forms in the Gardner Museum’s greenhouses. The Museum’s collection of chrysanthemums has significantly expanded over the last three years with acquisitions of new and surprising forms and varieties grown in traditional and exotic styles. Summer Oasis (2) (3) Bellflowers Grasses and Berries Chrysanthemums (4) (5) A Holiday Garden 1 NEW LEADERSHIP Named the Consulting Curator of Landscape in 2010, Charles Waldheim is a leading thinker, educator, and scholar whose research is focused on the intersection of landscape and contemporary urbanism, known as “landscape urbanism.” At the Gardner Museum, he hopes to engage new audiences with expanded programming that reveals the centrality and relevance of contemporary landscape to design culture, urbanism, and the arts today — an aspiration complemented by the opening of the new wing. “Landscape has always been central to the life of the Gardner,” says Waldheim. “The opening of the new wing and the development of broader programming in 2012 give us an opportunity to reaffirm this. I’m looking forward to challenging and inspiring the Museum’s diverse audiences with renewed programs that recognize, consider, and catalyze transformative innovations in contemporary landscape design and scholarship.” 2 3 4 5 15 0419.P.indd 15 3/20/12 12:19 PM CONSERVATION THE YELLOW ROOM In the fall of 2009, the refurbishment of the Yellow Room was completed, as part of the Museum-wide lighting project the lighting was updated and the walls re-upholstered. The walls had been last re-covered in 1974, with a dull cotton textile; for the current refurbishment, textile conservator Tess Fredette led the commissioning and installation of a bright yellow neo-classical patterned textile that is an exact reproduction of the original wall fabric. Samples of the original fabrics and trims located in the Museum’s archives were used to accurately reproduce the room’s color and texture. The new fabric was hung, as Isabella Stewart Gardner herself had done, in various alignments, creating an evocative patchwork effect. When it was established in 1934, the Conservation Department at the Gardner Museum was among the first in the nation. It remains a pioneer in the field, testing new methods of conservation treatment and technical analysis and generating bold and original research. 19th-Century Paintings The Conservation Department conducted in-depth examination and technical analysis on thirteen late-19th-century paintings by John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn, and Antonio Mancini. Supported by the Sherman Fairchild Foundation, technical research on the paintings, including x-radiography, infrared reflectography, and pigment and medium analysis, was directed by the Gardner’s Head of Conservation Gianfranco Pocobene and undertaken in collaboration with conservation scientists at the Harvard Art Museum’s Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies. Following the analysis, five paintings were conserved: three by Sargent (Yoho Falls, Astarte, and Charles Martin Loeffler), one by Zorn (The Morning Toilet), and one by Mancini (The Standard Bearer of the Harvest Festival). The conservation treatment of Yoho Falls enabled the Gardner to loan the painting to the Musée des Beaux Arts, Montreal, for a major landscape exhibition, Expanding Horizons. Technical analysis revealed notable findings including details on the fascinating use of grids by Mancini’s studio and the practice of reusing painted canvases by Sargent. PORTR AIT OF JOSEPHINE GAUJELIN As part of the restoration of Yellow Room, one of its treasures, Edward Degas’ Portrait of Josephine Gaujelin, was meticulously treated in 2009 by Gianfranco Pocobene. Examination of the paint surface under ultraviolet light illumination revealed an opaque, pale yellow fluorescence typical of an aged natural resin varnish. The darkened varnish and wax coatings were thinned and removed from the paint surface with cotton swabs dampened with mild solvents. After cleaning, the painting was varnished with a stable and reversible synthetic varnish and minor abrasions were retouched with conservationgrade pigments. Composite Hanging Behind Piero della Francesca’s Hercules In one of her many juxtaposed installations, Isabella Stewart Gardner hung the formidable 15thcentury fresco of Hercules by Piero della Francesca over a hanging composed of green silk damask and two panels of needlepoint embroidered in a flame-stitch pattern. But after seventy-five years of exhibition, the original textiles had 16 0419.P.indd 16 3/22/12 2:06 PM deteriorated. In early 2010, a new composite hanging was installed. Over three years, textile conservator Tess Fredette and historic upholsterer Gisele Haven led a team that hand-embroidered new flame stitch panels, thus restoring the installation’s ensemble and Hercules’s heroic placement. Terracotta Sculptures In 2010, Gardner Museum conservators completed detailed study and conservation of three of the Museum’s terracotta sculptures. Funded by the Sherman Fairchild Foundation, and using a range of evaluation methods, such as x-radiography and scanning electron microscopy–energy dispersive spectroscopy, the work focused on analysis of paint and the elemental constituents of terracotta from different regions of Italy, providing new insights into the objects’ composition and condition. This research contributed to the 2010 exhibition Modeling Devotion: Terracotta Sculptures of the Italian Renaissance. In conjunction with the special exhibition, the Museum hosted a study day for curators, art historians, and conservators. Museum staff and guest speakers presented papers on the subject of polychrome terracotta sculpture and the group examined and discussed sculpture in the Gardner’s special exhibition and in the galleries at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Venetian Senator In 2009–2010, Gardner Museum objects conservator Jessica Cholros led the cleaning of the 18th-century Venetian Senator, one of the Museum’s marble busts, which had become dull and sullied. Cholros determined that laser cleaning, a 40-year-old practice that uses lasers’ infrared wavelengths to agitate some particles while leaving others entirely unaffected, would be the best conservation method. By February of 2010, the bust was returned to its location: the senator had the floor again. Namban Chest The mid-17th-century Japanese Namban chest, which Isabella Stewart Gardner purchased in Venice, Italy, in 1906, was one of the first Titian Room pieces to be selected for conservation treatment. Over time, and with exposure to light, the decorative lacquer, a naturally durable polymer, had begun to deteriorate, developing water sensitivity, microscopic surface cracking, a loss of gloss, fading of colors, and detachment from the wood substrate in areas. The conservation treatment was undertaken by Jessica Chloros and supervised by Holly Salmon. The treatment included stabilizing the unstable lacquer and cleaning mother-of-pearl inlays and metal mounts. PHILIP IV OF SPAIN Throughout 2010, Gianfranco Pocobene undertook a major restoration campaign of Philip IV of Spain (1628) by Diego Velázquez and Workshop, removing a darkened polyvinyl-acetate varnish coating and badly discolored restorations from the previous treatment, in 1948. Restoration included in-painting of losses and areas where earlier restorations proved difficult to remove and also the application of new varnish coating. Conservators restored the painting’s frame, cleaning and in-painting its gilding. Technical analysis of the painting revealed important information about its creation, especially the presence of a red earth ground layer applied to the canvas prior to the execution of portrait, which dates the work to the 1620s and gives the painting its warm tonality. STOUT CONSERVATION LECTURES Held each year in honor of George L. Stout, Director of the Gardner Museum from 1955–1970 and one of the founders of the modern discipline of art conservation, the Stout Memorial Lecture celebrates excellence in the preservation and understanding of cultural patrimony. 2009 T.K. McClintock and John L. Stubbs, Rebuilding the Fragments of a Dream: The Conservation of Juanqinzhai, on coordinating conservation and restoration work within the Forbidden City 2010 Terry Drayman-Weisser, Recovery and Protection of Artifacts in Iraq, on international efforts to establish a conservation program in Ebril, Iraq 17 0419.P.indd 17 3/20/12 12:19 PM RESTORING THE PALACE The primary goal in the creation of a new wing was to preserve and protect the historic collection and building, including the restoration of the grand Tapestry Room to its original glory after many decades of use as a concert hall. While the new wing was being completed, conservators and curatorial staff were executing a series of ambitious projects in the historic building. Timed for completion along with the opening of the new wing, these painstaking restorations enrich the way visitors see, experience, and understand the Museum and its world class collection. TAPESTRY ROOM RESTOR ATION Tapestry Room restoration and other projects associated with the new wing — including preservation work in the exterior Monks Garden, on the South façade of the historic Museum, and in other gallery areas — were funded through the Campaign for the Gardner, the Institute for Museum and Library Sciences (IMLS), and the Richard C. von Hess Foundation. The Tapestry Room The Tapestry Room, long the home to concerts at the Gardner, has been restored to its original function and grandeur. This multifaceted project was enabled by the construction of the new wing, which includes strategically conceived purpose-built spaces, like the 300-seat performance space, Calderwood Hall, to absorb some of the eclectic functions previously borne by the historic building. Isabella Gardner had the Tapestry Room built in 1914 by splitting what was then the high-ceilinged Music Hall into two levels — the Tapestry Room above, and the Spanish Cloister, East Cloister, and Chinese Loggia below — to display her two 16th-century tapestry cycles, which had once hung in the Barberini Palace in Rome. During her lifetime the room was also used to host musical performances, and in the early 1970s this purpose was formalized with the addition of a temporary stage, chairs, and other modern elements. This ambitious project has restored both the function and the spirit of the room as it was first conceived. Under the leadership of Gardner Museum Head of Conservation Gianfranco Pocobene, curatorial and conservation staffs have assiduously restored this grand space, using photographs taken in 1915, 1916, and 1926 by T. E. 18 0419.P.indd 18 3/20/12 12:19 PM Marr and Son. The stage and chairs have been removed; the Mercer-tiled floors and the French medieval stone fireplace have been cleaned and stabilized; an arrangement of 19th-century chairs upholstered in Netherlandish painted leather was reinstalled around a 17th-century Dutch table in the center of the gallery; eighteen textile projects were completed — including conserving original textiles, re-upholstering furniture, and replacing missing, damaged, or inappropriate furnishing textiles; and new lighting has been installed, to enhance the room’s historic atmosphere and improve the visitor experience while reducing harmful light on this significant collection. LIGHTING PROJECT The Gardner Museum lighting project was supported in part by Jane’s Trust; the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, a program of the state of Massachusetts, administered through a collaborative arrangement between MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Cultural Council; Save America’s Treasures, a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Park Service, Department of the Interior; the Richard C. von Hess Foundation; and several other generous individual donors. Lighting Project Beginning in 2004, the Museum’s on-site lighting team, led by project manager and Associate Objects Conservator Holly Salmon and lighting designer Stephen Cannon-Brookes, worked on an extensive project to correct the uneven distribution of light in the galleries, which diminished the visitor experience and raised concerns among conservators about the harmful effects of visible light on the collection. Project leaders sought cutting-edge solutions that enhanced the Museum’s traditional strengths. For example, a new, two-layer window shade system was devised — the first layer a dark sunscreen allowing visitors to see outside, the second a linen shade to be lowered after closing to create virtual black-out conditions. Ambient lighting was improved by the installation of track lighting, rewired candelabras, pendant lights, and torchieres, all of which can be controlled and modulated in response to external conditions. The final stages of the project took place in the Courtyard, concluding the eight-year project. 19 0419.P.indd 19 3/21/12 4:14 PM CAMPAIGN FOR THE GARDNER The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is now poised at a transformative moment in its history. In January 2012, the Museum opened a new wing designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano, with purpose-built spaces for programming and community outreach. These new spaces provide a new public and civic platform for the Gardner Museum’s innovative programs, and they add significant value to the way in which visitors experience the Museum and its collection. The design of the new wing, which uses glass and natural light to provide visitors with a window into the Museum at work, embodies the transparency, openness, and universal access that are the goals of all public programs. As part of the strategic planning process, the Board of Trustees established a requirement that the building project be paired with endowment-building in order to support the incremental cost of operations. In addition, the Board embraced the plan to include sufficient capitalization components within the campaign goal so as not to leave the Museum with a building that it could not operate, program, and maintain over the long-term. The result of this careful planning is the current Campaign for the Gardner, with a total goal of $180 million, which was launched in 2007 and is expected to be completed by December 2013. The campaign will fund the full capital cost of the project ($114 million), plus new endowment ($46 million). The campaign goal also includes funds for gallery preservation work in the historic building, bridge support until the endowment is fully vested, and infrastructure and fundraising expenses for the seven-year campaign. As of December 2011, the campaign was at 81% of its goal, with $145.6 million raised. Our sincerest thanks to the donors who so generously supported the Campaign for the Gardner through December 2011. The leadership of these early donors helped to construct a new wing designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, strengthen the Museum’s endowment, and complete restoration work in the historic building. As important, this essential support has enabled the Museum to preserve an outstanding collection, present vibrant programming, and continue in its mission as a cultural resource for a diverse and growing audience. DEVELOPMENT AND CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE David W. Scudder, Chair Barbara W. Hostetter, Co-Chair Lisa Blumenthal William P. Egan Renée Landers Dr. Barbara Millen Marcia Radosevich FRIENDS OF THE COLLECTION Howard Stevenson Joseph Koerner William J. Poorvu FRIENDS OF CONTEMPOR ARY Allison Achtmeyer FRIENDS OF EDUCATION Beth K. Pfeiffer Anita Bekenstein FRIENDS OF L ANDSCAPE Gwill York FRIENDS OF MUSIC Katherine Chapman RoAnn Costin Corinne Grousbeck YOUNG PATRONS Jessica Gifford 20 0419.P.indd 20 3/20/12 12:19 PM Anonymous (8) Amy and David Abrams Allison and William Achtmeyer Mrs. Charles F. Adams Pamela and Robert Adams Mr. David and Dr. Sharman Altshuler Dorothy and David Arnold Anita and Josh Bekenstein Stephen A. Bell Claire and John Bertucci Brant C. Binder Tom and Lisa Blumenthal Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bodman Willa and Taylor Bodman Samuel B. and Deborah D. Bruskin Mrs. Dale Peters Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burnes, Jr. Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Mr. and Mrs. John G.L. Cabot Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Cabot Cabot Family Charitable Trust The Calderwood Charitable Foundation Rebecca B. Gardner Campbell Heather and Charles Campion Lewis Cantley and Vicki Sato Ellie and Brian Chu Mr. and Mrs. J. Linzee Coolidge Lawrence Coolidge and Nancy Coolidge Heidi Cox Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation John and Diddy Cullinane Cutler, Dana and Goodhue Families Brit dâ€™Arbeloff Laura DeBonis and Scott Nathan Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. DeMore Mr. and Mrs. Philip Y. DeNormandie The Estate of Gloria E. Distasi T. William and Barbara Donnelly Robert W. and Evelyn H. Doran The Hon. Michael Dukakis and Mrs. Kitty Dukakis Paul and Sandra Edgerley John J. Egan, Jr William and Jacalyn Egan Alan S. Emmet Nina and David Fialkow Pamela and Anthony Fingleton William C. and Joyce K. Fletcher Elizabeth Floor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman Frieda Garcia Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner Mr. and Mrs. M. Dozier Gardner Robert Gardner Jessica Gifford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gilbane III 21 0419.P.indd 21 Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker Gilbert Andrew P. Goldfarb Hanne and Jeremy Grantham Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Bruns Grayson Marjorie and Nick Greville Gloria White-Hammond and Ray A. Hammond Helena B. Hartnett and Kenneth Hartnett The Hassenfeld Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Francis W. Hatch Anne Hawley and Urs Gauchat Mr. and Mrs. William W. Helman Hemenway & Barnes Henderson Family Foundation John and Trevania Henderson Anita Herrick Bob and Kristine Higgins Eloise W. and Arthur C. Hodges Hope Foundation Barbara and Amos Hostetter Institute of Museum and Library Services Elisabeth and George Ireland Rachel Jacoff Drs. Paula A. Johnson and Robert A. Sands Holly and Bruce Johnstone Darlene and Jerry Jordan Robert and Marjie Kargman Paul D. Kazilionis William T. Kemper Foundation Stephen W. Kidder and Judith A. Malone Mr. and Mrs. Randy E. Kinard Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Koerner Joyce and Edward Lawrence Miss Wallace Minot Leonard Foundation Leon Levy Foundation The Little Family Foundation Anthony* and Monique Liuzzi Caleb Loring, Jr. Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum The Lynch Foundation George and Ann Macomber John F. Magee Gregory Maguire and Andy Newman Scott and Laura Malkin Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund Jeffrey and Christine McCormick Duncan and Ellen McFarland The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing Pauline Metcalf Dr. Barbara Millen and Dr. Markley H. Boyer Bruce and Laura Monrad Laura and Kenneth Morse Richard P. and Claire Morse Foundation Caroline Mortimer and Richard Grubman National Endowment for the Humanities Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Oâ€™Connell Robert and Elizabeth Owens Palace Head Foundation A. Neil and Jane Pappalardo Paratus Group Pamela Peedin and Paul Rebuck Beth K. Pfeiffer Timothy Phillips Plimpton Shattuck Fund John William and Susan Poduska William and Lia Poorvu Marcia J. Radosevich, Ph.D. John S. and Cynthia L. Reed Foundation John and Dorothy Remondi The Sandra Shepard Rodgers Trust Elaine* and Jerome* Rosenfeld Christine H. Rossell The Ruettgers Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schmalensee Schooner Foundation Laurie M. Scott Marie Louise and David Scudder Polly Slavet Elizabeth C. Sluder Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Z. Sorenson Mr. and Mrs. Lionel B. Spiro Thomas G. Stemberg Charitable Foundation Fredericka and Howard Stevenson Ms. Theresa M. Stone and Mr. Charles F. Stone III Meg Tallon Benjamin and Katherine Taylor Ed and Anne Teppo Laurie and Peter Thomsen Nick and Joan Thorndike Nancy B. Tieken The Trust Family Foundation Tzedakah Fund (Bernard & Sue Pucker) Richard C. von Hess Foundation Mr. and Mrs. E. Denis Walsh Sally Wardwell Elizabeth Weir Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wendell Wilderness Point Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Winthrop Lynne* and Frank Wisneski Frederic E. Wittmann and Christine Kondoleon Miriam M. Wood and Charles O. Wood III Ms. Catherine Wygant and Mr. Dan Monroe Gwill York and Paul Maeder Brace Young Yuriko Young Henri Zerner D. Brooks and Linda Zug *deceased 3/20/12 12:19 PM THE NEW WING BU I LDI N G PROJ E C T TIME LI N E 1999–2000 Board of Trustees and Director Anne Hawley initiate a strategic planning process including identifying ways to reduce wear and tear on the collection. 2000–2002 Trustees determine that relocating some activities to a new wing is the best way to protect the historic Museum. 2001 Machado and Silvetti Associates and George H.B. Macomber Company are commissioned to assess space needs and write master space proposal. 2002 Architectural Selection Committee establishes criteria for architects and invites architectural firms to submit proposals. With the new wing designed by Renzo Piano, visitors can experience the Museum, collection, and programs in a whole new way. The entrance has been relocated from the Fenway to Evans Way (facing a tree-filled park instead of a busy thoroughfare), and the use of glass and natural light in the new entrance and first floor affords visitors a view of the Museum at work as they enter next to plant-filled greenhouses and move through a glass connector to the historic building. Special Exhibition Gallery The naturally-illuminated, 2,000-square-foot Special Exhibition Gallery, three times larger than the previous gallery, will support both historic and contemporary exhibitions. The new gallery features a north-facing glass wall overlooking the historic building, a skylight with micro-louvers for manipulating natural light, and a movable translucent ceiling for varying spatial conditions and exhibition needs. An introductory gallery can be used for interpretive materials that will guide and engage visitors in the themes explored in special exhibitions. Calderwood Hall Co-designed by acclaimed acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota, the three-tiered, white oak-paneled Calderwood Hall will allow audiences to hear the Museum’s wide-ranging musical performances in an unusual and intimate hall. The 300-seat flexible-use hall for concerts, lectures, and community gatherings has three balcony levels around a central stage, with front row seats for all. Richard E. Floor Living Room Inspired by a project of the same name created for the Gardner Museum in 2000 by Artist-in-Residence Lee Mingwei, the Living Room is a place of learning and inspiration for visitors. Intended for use either before or after a Museum visit, the space offers visitors a range of options: some 2003 Architectural Selection Committee narrows list of 75 architects down to eight firms of varying sizes and geographic locations. 2004 Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano is selected. 2006 Regulatory review of the building plans begins; ultimately the Museum receives approval from all relevant city and state preservation and development agencies. 2007 Leadership phase of the Museum’s Campaign for the Gardner begins. 2009 Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts approves the plans, marking the final approval necessary to move forward. A critical fundraising benchmark of $100 million in gifts and pledges is reached, and the Board of Trustees votes unanimously to proceed with the building plans. Site preparation and excavation begin, including removal of a carriage house, annex, and existing greenhouses. Art and architectural objects are salvaged before demolition. To support environmentally sustainable temperature control, the drilling of eight geothermal wells begins. The new building endeavors to be LEED certified. 22 0419.P.indd 22 3/21/12 4:14 PM may want a quick overview of Museum history and will gravitate to a visual timeline, while others will come to learn more about a historic or contemporary artist in greater depth using books, exhibition catalogues, or electronic resources. 2010 The final architectural designs are unveiled at a public ceremony with Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and other supporters of the project. Claire and John Bertucci Education Studio The new building brings the The public phase of the Campaign for the Gardner is launched to raise the final $45 million of the $180 million initiative. Museum’s renowned education and community programs to the foreground with a glass-enclosed studio on the first floor, including a wall dedicated to student art exhibitions. Hands-on projects for visitors of all ages spark creative looking and thinking about art, education, landscape, and music. The Studio is open to the public on weekends and during school vacation weeks, and is reserved for the Museum’s school and community partners during the week. Dorothy Hundley Magee Greenhouse A new on-site greenhouse will make the previously unseen process of preparing the iconic Courtyard displays visible to visitors, and includes a horticultural classroom to better integrate landscape into the Museum’s program offerings for visitors of all ages. A ‘Topping Out’ ceremony celebrates the completion of the building’s steel framework, a major construction milestone. 2011 Restoration work begins in the Tapestry Room to return the space to its original function. Public programming including the Sunday Concert Series temporarily moves off-site to Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s Pozen Center. 2012 The new wing opens to the public in January. Artist-in-Residence Apartments Two Artist-in-Residence apartments with work spaces are situated above the greenhouse and connected, with a corridor, to the rest of the new wing, giving visiting artists and scholars not only continued access to the collection but also meaningful proximity to the daily life of the Museum. Conservation Labs Since 1925, conservation has been a critical aspect of the Museum’s operations. The fourth floor of the new wing features two state-of-theart conservation labs: one dedicated to work on textiles, the other for combined use by the paintings and objects conservators. The labs also have a dedicated area for photo-documentation and infra-red imaging, as well as laser cleaning. The new labs enable the Museum’s curatorial and conservation departments to expand the scope and depth of the conservation treatments and technical analyses that accompany special exhibitions. First Floor and Gardens The glass-enclosed first floor enables an important exchange between the inside and outside: visitors are invited to enter the Bekenstein Family Lobby and explore; once inside, guests maintain their connection with the landscaped grounds around the Museum and have new perspectives on the historic building. Behind the lobby, The Lynch Foundation Garden offers opportunities to showcase innovative landscape design and special commissions. Centrally located on the first floor, a glass stairway transports visitors to the upper programming levels and provides vistas onto the Allison and William Achtmeyer Terrace and Garden and the historic building’s rear façade. The new wing connects seamlessly to the historic building through the John J. Egan, Jr. Glass Corridor, a clear passageway surrounded by a grove of trees and adjacent to the Darlene and Jerry Jordan Garden. 23 0419.P.indd 23 3/21/12 4:14 PM 24 0419.P.indd 24 3/20/12 12:20 PM REPORT FROM THE TREASURER The Museum’s long-term financial health continues to be strong. Total net assets at the end of fiscal year 2011 were $215.6 million, a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010 and a 40% increase from fiscal year 2009. This increase is primarily a result of continued support for the Museum’s new building project and endowment, as well as a 5% trailing three-year investment return. The new building project, which was completed on schedule and on budget, is funded through a combination of capital campaign gifts and a tax-exempt bond. The Gardner Museum’s financial affairs are overseen by three Board committees: Investment, chaired by Bill Helman; Finance, chaired by Brian Chu; and Audit, chaired by John Bertucci. While financial conditions for cultural institutions remain challenging, the Museum has achieved balanced budgets throughout this period due to generous support from donors as well as the concerted efforts of Museum staff to maintain cost efficiencies in programs and operations. Gwill York Treasurer This report contains the Consolidated Balance Sheet and Statement of Activities of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2009; June 30, 2010; and June 30, 2011. The financial statements were audited by Mayer Hoffman McCann PC, an independent accounting firm. Complete financial statements are available on request from: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Finance Department, 280 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115. 25 0419.P.indd 25 3/20/12 12:20 PM BALANCE SHEET (in thousands) JUNE 30, 2011 JUNE 30, 2010 JUNE 30, 2009 2,929 3,124 3,187 13,843 16,742 16,715 102 234 289 665 737 192 28,615 56,633 21,708 Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Pledges and Other Receivables (Net) Inventories Prepaid and Other Assets Short-term Investments Museum Property (Net) Investments of Endowed Funds Total Assets 98,750 56,352 30,535 114,590 99,928 84,261 $ 259,494 $ 233,750 $ 156,886 7,684 7,330 3,268 Liabilities Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses Deferred Income Bonds Payable 3 15 33 36,190 36,343 0 Total Liabilities 43,877 43,688 3,301 72,759 32,238 35,168 87,099 102,544 71,081 55,759 55,281 47,337 215,616 190,062 153,585 $ 259,494 $ 233,750 $ 156,886 JUNE 30, 2011 JUNE 30, 2010 JUNE 30, 2009 1,516 2,044 2,020 14,347 31,885 32,994 1,793 1,652 1,608 303 329 320 555 780 568 18,808 12,270 -15,463 37,321 48,960 22,048 Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Revenue and Other Support Sales and Service Grants and Gifts Annual Fund Membership Special Events Investment Income and Net Appreciation Total Revenue and Other Support Expenses Security and Museum Services Public Programs Collection, Interpretation and Conservation Development and External Relations Administration Special Projects Facilities and Maintenance Depreciation Interest Expense Total Expenses Change in Net Assets 1,816 1,975 2,083 2,129 2,156 2,212 752 942 1,473 2,619 2,736 2,704 2,381 2,005 2,126 706 967 6 946 887 953 776 811 838 -359 5 963 11,767 12,483 13,359 $ 25,554 $ 36,477 $ 8,689 26 0419.P.indd 26 3/20/12 12:20 PM ANNUAL SUPPORT JULY 1, 2008 â€“ JUNE 30, 2009 $50,000+ Anonymous Anita and Josh Bekenstein Tom and Lisa Blumenthal Brit dâ€™Arbeloff Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner Barbara and Amos Hostetter A. Neil and Jane Pappalardo Marie Louise and David Scudder Nancy B. Tieken $25,000+ Claire and John Bertucci Ellie and Brian Chu Laura DeBonis and Scott Nathan Paul and Sandra Edgerley William and Jacalyn Egan Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Fraser Mr.* and Mrs. Francis W. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. William W. Helman Bob and Kristine Higgins Cassandra Irvine Dr. Barbara Millen and Dr. Markley H. Boyer Jeanne Muller Ryan Trust Beth K. Pfeiffer William and Lia Poorvu Marcia J. Radosevich, Ph.D. Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton Miriam M. Wood and Charles O. Wood III Gwill York and Paul Maeder $10,000+ INDIVIDUAL GIFTS Our sincerest thanks to Friends of Fenway Court Patrons, Young Patrons, Members, and Annual Fund donors who so generously supported the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum during the period of July 2008 through June 2011. This vital annual giving helped to underwrite concerts, historic and contemporary exhibitions, horticultural displays, education and community programs, lecture series, the residency program, care of the collection, and daily operations. 27 0419.P.indd 27 Anonymous Allison and William Achtmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Cashman Lewis Cantley and Vicki Sato RoAnn Costin and James N. Bailey Heidi Cox Jessica A. Drislane Nina and David Fialkow William C. and Joyce K. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs.* George P. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gilbane III Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Gilbert James Gordon Hanne and Jeremy Grantham John and Trevania Henderson Arnold Hiatt *deceased 3/21/12 4:14 PM Abigail P. Johnson and Christopher McKown Elizabeth L. Johnson Holly and Bruce Johnstone Darlene and Jerry Jordan Robert and Marjie Kargman Paul D. Kazilionis Stephen W. Kidder and Judith A. Malone Anthony* and Monique Liuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Lynch Dorothy* and John F. Magee Gregory Maguire and Andy Newman Bruce and Laura Monrad Caroline Mortimer and Richard Grubman Jessica Gifford Nigrelli Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Connell Robert and Elizabeth Owens Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Quincy Vincent Ryan and Carla Meyer Laurie M. Scott Thomas G. Stemberg Charitable Foundation Anne Stetson and Mark P. Dibble Meg Tallon Laurie and Peter Thomsen Mr. and Mrs. John F. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Winthrop Frank V. Wisneski Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum Brace Young Yuriko Young $5,000+ Anonymous (2) Brant C. Binder Julie Binder Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Champion Paul A. Cohen Lawrence Coolidge and Nancy Coolidge Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cornish Wayne C. Davis and Ann Merrifield Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. DeMore Mr. and Mrs. Graham D. Gund Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld Mr. and Mrs. James R. Houghton Celeste E. Hughey Elisabeth and George Ireland Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson, 3d Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kemper Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kettenbach Mr. and Mrs. Randy E. Kinard Joyce and Edward Lawrence Carla E. Lynton George and Ann Macomber Jeffrey and Christine McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Leon Palandjian Robert A. Radloff and Ann Beha Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schmalensee Nick and Joan Thorndike Mr. and Mrs. E. Denis Walsh Elizabeth Weir Frederic E. Wittmann and Christine Kondoleon Samuel H. Wolcott III $2,500+ Anonymous (4) Amy and David Abrams Willa and Taylor Bodman John and Diddy Cullinane Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas B. Deane Therese M. Doherty and Scott E. Hershman Beth Dickerson and David Drubner Timothy W. Fulham and Lise Olney Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fuller Mrs. G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. Andrew P. Goldfarb John T. Hailer and Maureen Farrington Anne Hawley and Urs Gauchat Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hood II Emily W. Hughey Karen Johansen and Gardner Hendrie Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson IV Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Kania, Jr. Paula L. Kremer Drs. Bonnie and Tom Leighton Anne and Paul Marcus Mr. and Mrs. James Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olney III Mr. and Mrs. George Putnam, Jr. Sally Reid and John Sigel Patricia B. Rice Christine H. Rossell Catherine P. Sakellaris Arthur Segel and Patti Saris Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Stata $1,500+ Candace Jans Diane and Paul Bardwell Mr. and Mrs. George D. Behrakis Lisa A. Bevilaqua Judy Blake Stephanie L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. R. William Burgess, Jr. Carla Pellegrino Cabot Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Callaghan, Jr. Heather and Charles Campion Marilyn Capek Fay Chandler Gerard H. and Sherryl W. Cohen Mrs. I. W. Colburn Mr. Alan R. Collachicco and Dr. William C. Towne Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Collier Dr. C. Russell de Burlo, Jr. Dr. Robert D. Deutsch and Ms. Kathleen Drasher Deirdre Doherty Cynthia Taft and Dick Egdahl Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Eustis II Mr. and Mrs. John W. Everets Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Farnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Feinberg Mr.* and Mrs. Richard E. Floor Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. O. Gabrieli Ms. Frieda Garcia and The Hon. Byron Rushing Mr. and Mrs. John A.D. Gilmore Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil and Gerald F. O’Neil Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gran Mr. and Mrs. Bruns Grayson Mrs. Davis Greene Helena B. Hartnett and Kenneth Hartnett Mr. and Mrs. G. Arnold Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Hoch Marilyn Hoffman James D. Houghton and Connie B. Coburn Kristine Irving Rachel Jacoff Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kester Angela Koutoulakis Waltrud A. Lampe Saundra B. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longfield Mary and Don Melville 28 0419.P.indd 28 3/20/12 12:20 PM Peter Monaco Sarah Monaco Richard P. and Claire Morse Foundation Richard and Marianne Moscicki Denise M. Dupre and Mark E. Nunnelly Maureen O’Brien Tatiana G. P. Perkin Charles Rendeiro Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Rickabaugh Elaine* and Jerome* Rosenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan L. Rounds Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Sacerdote Gayle P. Snider Robert and Barbara Solow Jeanne D. and Donald R. Stanton Peter C. Steingraber Fredericka and Howard Stevenson Dr. Robert B. Straus Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Topol Carolyn E. Vaughan and Paul R. Smith Peter and Pamela Voss Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Webb III Russ Wiggin and Genevieve Pluhowski $1,000+ Anonymous Robert Amory III Dorothy and David Arnold Victoria J. Avery Alan and Michele Bembenek Linda Cabot Black Ellen and Ronald Brown J. Linzee and Elizabeth Coolidge Mrs. Philip Cutler Carol and Disque* Deane Alan S. Emmet Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Francis Allen and Martha Gibbs Robert S. Hagge, Jr. Dr. Linda A. Hill and Dr. Roger E. Breitbart Robert P. Hubbard Richard M. and Priscilla S. Hunt Drs. Paula A. Johnson and Robert A. Sands Chuck Lelon Victoria S. Munroe and Eric Saltzman Susan W. Paine Diane and David Scott Palmer Maurice Pechet Foundation Irving W. Rabb* Mrs. Laurence S. Reineman 29 0419.P.indd 29 Mr. and Mrs. David Rockefeller, Jr. Polly Slavet Mr. and Mrs. Michael Taylor Susan C. Wheeler and Christine Westphal $500+ Anonymous G. Christopher and Deborah A. Abbott Katharine L. Auchincloss Nancy J. Beeuwkes Dr. Susan V. Bershad and Mr. David Bershad Mrs. Charles S. Bird III Anita Brickell Peter Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Claflin II Gordon and Andrea Clagett Mary L. Cornille and John F. Cogan, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John D. Constable Evan Coravos Stephen Crosby and Helen Strieder Michael J. Cuggino Cicely d’Autremont Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Dickinson III Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Doggett Ruah Donnelly and Steven Dinkelaker Luise M. Erdmann Ellen and Peter Fallon John and Patricia Folcarelli Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman James S. and Jane D. Garrett Ambassador Janet E. Garvey Dr. Deborah T. Gobetz Rosa Hallowell and Mark Stein Martha and Ted Haskell Paul and Francine Healey Christian and Donna Hoffman William W. and Mari Ann Hogan Dr. Elizabeth Hughes and Mr. James S. Hughes Mrs. Leon A. Jick Allan and Kathryn Kaufman Ken and Carol Kinsley Mason J. O. Klinck, Sr. Dr. Thomas H. Lee, Jr. and Dr. Soheyla D. Gharib Michael C. and Monica O. Lehner Susan M. Leland George and Emily Lewis Thomas Loring and Karen Tenney Mr. and Mrs. Alden R. Ludlow IV Lorraine Lyman Louis N. Mangifesti Edward McGehee Richard Moore Sandra O. Moose Heather and Eben Moulton Regina M. Mullen Paula J. O’Keeffe Olivia H. Parker Joan J. and Roger J. Peck, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Plapinger Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Press Robert and Mandie Preyer Mr. and Mrs. George Putnam III Elizabeth T. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rathbun Dominique Reymond Norman and June Rosenberg Samuel and Phyllis Rubinovitz Susan B. Schenck Robert H. Scott and Diane Trahan Spencer Dr. Kathryn Lea Sewell Nancy M. Shane Pheasant Hill Farm Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. and Susan Ricci Gilbert and Sally Steward Myles and Lise Lange Striar Benjamin and Katherine Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gerard B. Townsend Gregory Van Boven and David Beck Mr. and Mrs. Stephan D. Voss Mr. and Mrs. George A. P. Wallace Jill Ann Ward Sarah C. Webb Dr. Marshall A. Wolf and Dr. Katherine Wolf $250+ Anonymous Susan Adams Taylor and Stuart Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Nile L. Albright Stanford Anderson and Nancy Royal Carol A. Antico Prof. Lilian Armstrong Jo Art and Aaron Simmons Ann C. Aucello Colleen Bain Dorothy H. Baldini Martha L. Ballard and Steve Matthews Kay Barned-Smith G. Stewart Barns Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Bass, Jr. *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM Barbara Bayliss Mr. and Mrs. David C. Beal Beatrice J. Bentz David P. Benziger and Liliana Vogt Marge Bernstein Jane Bernstein Dr. and Mrs. Desmond H. Birkett Brigit and Charles Blyth Daniel and Julia Brody Dorothy Addams Brown Dale Peters Bryant Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burchenal Margaret K. Burchenal and Daniel Reagan Matthew Byrne Dr. and Mrs. John M. Carroll Ronald and Ronni Casty Eliza P. Childs and William Melton Susan E. Ciampa Susan J. Clancy Clarence Clark and Jennifer Jones-Clark Mary Ellen Collins Fred and Pamela Copeman Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cotter Christopher and Marylouise Crofton-Atkins Dr. Amanda J. Pullen and Dr. Robert K. Crone Pete Crowley Fay Dabney Sarah De Guzman Janet Deegan and Constance Cervone Virginia H. Deknatel* Mr. John H. Deknatel and Dr. Carol M. Taylor Robert A. Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Urbain J. DeWinter Maribeth Diblasi Josephine E. Diggs James M. Dillon Dr. Terence Doorly Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass Lois Stiles Edgerly Marie-Pierre and Michael Ellmann Patricia A. Fallon Carrie Farmer Jean Fuller Farrington Mette Feinleib David Lee Ferguson* Peter J. Fergusson Robert Fitzhugh Ronald Lee Fleming Marshall S. Fox Mr. and Mrs. George Frangiadakis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Freedman Richard P. Fried Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Frohman Davina Fullerton Ralph and Caroline Gakenheimer Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gibson Mark Gottesman Rt. Rev. J. Clark Grew II and Mrs. Sarah L. Grew Mr. and Mrs. Jay Grossman James and Carol Hackett Iris Haley and David Vitiello Robert L. Halfyard Mr. and Mrs. John C. Harrington Dr. Nan Niland and Mr. Ralph Helmick Lynn and Peter Hendricks Jeanne and Michael Henry Peter Herman Anne Louise Hicks Nancy Higgins Elsa N. Hill and Tony Hill Mary D. Hintlian Sturtevant and Christina Hobbs Eloise W. and Arthur C. Hodges Carolyn M. Hoffman David Holloway Nora F. Huvelle and David Lubin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Incandela Eleanor Iselin Orton P. Jackson, Jr. Anna Street Jeffrey Michelle Lamarre Jenney and Peter Jenney Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Kardon Dr. Edward Kaye Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey R. Kenyon Brad and Susan Keyes Tony Kingsley and Sarah Perry Dr. Susanne Klingenstein Rita Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Kunian Christopher M. Laconi Harry M. Lasker and Abigail Housen Najla K. Lataif C. Richard Leacy Rebecca A. Lee Nancy H. Lee Mr. and Mrs. David S. Lee Philip and Monique Lehner Shenkiat Lim Selina F. Little Barbara H. Lloyd Lewis L. Lloyd Dr. Daniel C. Shannon and Ms. Marcia D. Lloyd Drs. Cesare and Irena Lombroso Joyce A. Lonergan William T. Loomis and Leslie Becker Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Maroni Ann Martin Sally Mayer Joan C. McArdle Nancy McCabe William C. McConnell Thomas J. McVarish Mr. and Mrs. James E. Meheran Sharon A. Miller Lindsay M. Miller and Peter Ambler Myron Miller Dr. Phyllis Anina Moriarty and Mr. G. Marshall Moriarty Robert F. and Jane Morse James X. Mullen and Nola M. Anderson Sherif and Mary Nada Joan Nissman and Morton Abromson Geoffrey and Clare Nunes John and Carleen Oâ€™Brien Anne J. Ockerbloom Mr. and Mrs. Ken Paul Lawrence and Elizabeth Perera John J. Petrowsky and Tom Vise Mrs. Margaret Philbrick and Prof. Gerald E. Sacks Sarah L. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Hollis W. Plimpton Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Potter Fred and Christine Pratt Anne P. F. Randolph Charles A. and Maud H. Rheault Margaret E. Richardson Dr. Richard M. Robb and Mrs. Lucy L. Robb Allan G. Rodgers Abby S. Rosenberg Abby and Donald Rosenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rotenberg Mary Ruhl Dr. and Mr. John C. Ruttenberg Katie A. Ryan Terri Ryder Nancy C. Schock 30 0419.P.indd 30 3/20/12 12:20 PM Gail Schoenbrunn and Jean DeBenedictis Stephen and Eleanor Score Paige C. Scott Robert N. Shapiro John and Sara Sharp Rachael Solem David and Patricia Squire Dr. Anne G. St. Goar S. Merrell Stearns Marcia Stein-Adams and Walter Adams Jean H. Stewart Sandra L. Stotsky Diana Tilley Strange Jennifer A. Sullivan Anne G. Symchych Dr. and Mrs.* Irvin Taube David Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James L. Terry Sir John Thomson and Lady Judith Ogden Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Thorne, Jr. Diane Tillotson Sally J. Todd Pamela J. Toulopoulos Dr. Simon Trussler and Ms. Patricia Trussler Toula C. Tuckerman Linda Robbins Wakeman Aliza Watters and Tarun Chhabra Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Weatherbie Bernadette Weber Thomas E. and Gail Weesner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wendell Joanne Ross Wilder Barbara Brandon Wilhelm Ann T. Willaman Marsha Wiseheart Henri Zerner Xiaoua Zhang Judi Ross Zuker 31 0419.P.indd 31 JULY 1, 2009 – JUNE 30, 2010 $50,000+ Anita and Josh Bekenstein Tom and Lisa Blumenthal Ellie and Brian Chu RoAnn Costin and James N. Bailey Brit d’Arbeloff Barbara and Amos Hostetter Gregory Maguire and Andy Newman A. Neil and Jane Pappalardo Marie Louise and David Scudder Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton Nancy B. Tieken $25,000+ Anonymous Claire and John Bertucci Laura DeBonis and Scott Nathan Paul and Sandra Edgerley William and Jacalyn Egan Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Wycliffe Grousbeck Mr.* and Mrs. Francis W. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. William W. Helman Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Meyer Dr. Barbara Millen and Dr. Markley H. Boyer Beth K. Pfeiffer William and Lia Poorvu Marcia J. Radosevich, Ph.D. Thomas G. Stemberg Charitable Foundation Frank V. Wisneski and Lynn Dale Frederic E. Wittmann and Christine Kondoleon $10,000+ Amy and David Abrams Allison and William Achtmeyer Lewis Cantley and Vicki Sato Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Cashman Nina and David Fialkow William C. and Joyce K. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Fraser Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gilbane III Andrew P. Goldfarb James Gordon Hanne and Jeremy Grantham Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld John and Trevania Henderson Arnold Hiatt Bob and Kristine Higgins Richard M. and Priscilla S. Hunt Elisabeth and George Ireland Rachel Jacoff Abigail P. Johnson and Christopher McKown Holly and Bruce Johnstone Darlene and Jerry Jordan Robert and Marjie Kargman Stephen W. Kidder and Judith A. Malone Charles Koch and Cynthia Fisher Monique Liuzzi John F. Magee Bruce and Laura Monrad Caroline Mortimer and Richard Grubman Jessica Gifford Nigrelli Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Connell Robert and Elizabeth Owens Timothy Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Quincy Vincent Ryan and Carla Meyer Ms. Theresa M. Stone and Mr. Charles F. Stone III Meg Tallon Laurie and Peter Thomsen Steven and Jennifer Walske Elizabeth Weir Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Winthrop Miriam M. Wood and Charles O. Wood III Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum Gwill York and Paul Maeder Brace Young Yuriko Young $5,000+ Anonymous (2) Joe G. and Helen Hunt Bouscaren Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Campbell Andrew M. Carter and Mrs. Renee Krimsier-Carter Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Champion Paul A. Cohen Lawrence Coolidge and Nancy Coolidge Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cornish Heidi Cox Howard E. Cox, Jr. John and Diddy Cullinane Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. DeMore Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Gilbert Curtis Greer and Pamela Kohlberg Mr. and Mrs. Graham D. Gund *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM Anne Hawley and Urs Gauchat Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Kania, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kemper Mr. and Mrs. Randy E. Kinard Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Koerner Joyce and Edward Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Levin Caleb Loring, Jr. Carla E. Lynton Jeffrey and Christine McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schmalensee Nick and Joan Thorndike Mr. and Mrs. E. Denis Walsh $2,500+ Anonymous (2) Douglas A. Bacon and Anne Marie McGarry Sally W. Dasovich Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas B. Deane Therese M. Doherty and Scott E. Hershman Beth Dickerson and David Drubner Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Farnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Fish Courtney and Michael Forrester Carol Fulp Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. O. Gabrieli Ms. Frieda Garcia and The Hon. Byron Rushing Mrs. G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hood II Mr. and Mrs. James R. Houghton Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson IV Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kettenbach Mr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Kingsley Mr. and Mrs.* Robert Kraft George and Ann Macomber Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Matlack Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maynard III Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olney III Mr. and Mrs. George Putnam, Jr. Patricia B. Rice Christine H. Rossell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Stata $1,500+ Anonymous Candace Jans Victoria J. Avery Barbara Bayliss Mr. and Mrs. George D. Behrakis Lisa A. Bevilaqua Willa and Taylor Bodman Jennifer K. Brown Stephanie L. Brown Stacey and Richard Brown Margaret K. Burchenal and Daniel Reagan Mr. and Mrs. R. William Burgess, Jr. Carla Pellegrino Cabot Heather and Charles Campion Fay Chandler Mrs. I. W. Colburn Mr. Alan R. Collachicco and Dr. William C. Towne Steven J. Collins Kay Ellen K. Consolver and John Storkerson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Cress Wayne C. Davis and Ann Merrifield Dr. C. Russell de Burlo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Doggett Deirdre Doherty Ruah Donnelly and Steven Dinkelaker Cynthia Taft and Dick Egdahl Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Eustis II Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Flaim Elizabeth Floor Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Gifford Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil and Gerald F. O’Neil Mrs. Kevin J. Gorman Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gran Mr. and Mrs. Bruns Grayson Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Greene Gloria White-Hammond and Ray A. Hammond Helena B. Hartnett and Kenneth Hartnett Mr. and Mrs. G. Arnold Haynes Marilyn Hoffman Dr. Hilary D. Fraser and Mr. Steven H. Holtzman James D. Houghton and Connie B. Coburn Drs. Paula A. Johnson and Robert A. Sands Dr. Rosabeth Moss Kanter Paula L. Kremer Philip Laird and Amy Clarkson Saundra B. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longfield Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Mannion M. Holt Massey Mary and Don Melville Richard P. and Claire Morse Foundation Amy and Matt Mugherini Maureen O’Brien Catherine O’Rourke Olivia H. Parker Maurice Pechet Foundation Pamela Peedin and Paul Rebuck Michael E. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Press Irving W. Rabb* Mr. and Mrs. William J. Regan III Mr. Charles Rendeiro Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Rickabaugh Beatrice J. Roy The Turkish Cultural Center, Boston Julie A. Scallen Frederick and Kathleen Schultz Polly Slavet Gayle P. Snider Robert and Barbara Solow Jeanne D. and Donald R. Stanton Fredericka and Howard Stevenson Dr. Robert B. Straus Margaret Sullivan, TTE, James P. Sullivan, Jr. Living Trust Ms. Valentine H. Talland and Dr. Nagesh Mahanthappa Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Thornhill John Toohey Pamela J. Toulopoulos Wat and Jane Tyler Peter and Pamela Voss Russ Wiggin and Genevieve Pluhowski Francis H. Williams $1,000+ G. Christopher and Deborah A. Abbott Robert Amory III Dorothy and David Arnold Nancy J. Beeuwkes Alan and Michele Bembenek Ellen and Ronald Brown Peter Bryant Mr. and Mrs. John G. L. Cabot Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Childs Gerard H. and Sherryl W. Cohen Mrs. Philip Cutler Bruce and Lynn Dayton Carol Deane 32 0419.P.indd 32 3/20/12 12:20 PM Alan S. Emmet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman Clifton Gaskill Mr. and Mrs. John A.D. Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Glauber Robert S. Hagge, Jr. Martha and Ted Haskell Sturtevant and Christina Hobbs Ralph A. Horne Elizabeth L. Johnson Keane Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James B. McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Noah McCormack Victoria S. Munroe and Eric Saltzman Susan W. Paine Diane and David Scott Palmer Sally Reid and John Sigel Mr. and Mrs. David Rockefeller, Jr. Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. and Susan Ricci Peter C. Steingraber Anne Stetson and Mark P. Dibble Catherine K. Tell Jill Ann Ward Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wendell $500+ Anonymous (2) Susan Adams Taylor and Stuart Taylor Lucy Apketar Ann Griffith Ash Katharine L. Auchincloss Diane and Paul Bardwell Lucille M. Batal John and Molly Beard William Brady and Susan Luchetti Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burchenal Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Callaghan, Jr. Joanne Casella Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Claflin II Mr. and Mrs. John M. Connors, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John D. Constable J. Linzee and Elizabeth Coolidge Evan Coravos Michael J. Cuggino Mr. and Mrs. John D. Curtin, Jr. Dr. Lisa Danzig Luise M. Erdmann Ellen and Peter Fallon Ronald Lee Fleming Mr. and Mrs. George Frangiadakis 33 0419.P.indd 33 Richard P. Fried Prof. Benjamin Friedman Timothy W. Fulham and Lise Olney Ralph and Caroline Gakenheimer James S. and Jane D. Garrett Allen and Martha Gibbs Dr. Deborah T. Gobetz Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hall II Rosa Hallowell and Mark Stein Paul and Francine Healey Elaine M. Hepworth Dr. Howard H. Hiatt Dr. Linda A. Hill and Dr. Roger E. Breitbart Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Hoch Christian and Donna Hoffman Orton P. Jackson, Jr. Mark Jensen and Lisa Martin Melinda S. Jerauld Thomas F. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson, 3d Allan and Kathryn Kaufman Ken and Carol Kinsley Stephen R. Knowlton Deborah and William Knowlton Alexander Kusko and Charlotte B. Eskin George and Emily Lewis Thomas Loring and Karen Tenney Anna Lowi and R. Daniel Ferguson Lorraine Lyman Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Lynch Karen and Sean Lynn-Jones Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Malin Richard and Marianne Moscicki Regina M. Mullen Mary S. Newman Paula J. Oâ€™Keeffe Mary Pantuhova and Seth Rafal Mr. and Mrs. Ken Paul Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Plapinger Mr. and Mrs. Gianfranco Pocobene Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Pozen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Quintin Carol J. Rugani John and Lorinda Russell Dr. and Mr. John C. Ruttenberg Paige C. Scott Robert H. Scott and Diane Trahan Spencer Marshall H. Sirvetz Myles and Lise Lange Striar Benjamin and Katherine Taylor Sir John Thomson and Lady Judith Ogden Thomson Parker Treacy Gregory Van Boven and David Beck Mr. and Mrs. Stephan D. Voss Sarah C. Webb Patrick R. and Elsie Wilmerding Dr. Marshall A. Wolf and Dr. Katherine Wolf $250+ Anonymous Christine Alaimo Dr. and Mrs. Nile L. Albright Kathleen Aldred and Jacqueline Aldred Herbert K. and Catherine Colt Allard Timothy Anderson and Ellen Gitelman Carol A. Antico Prof. Lilian Armstrong Daniel and Elissa Arons Ann C. Aucello Eugene and Laura Bard Evelyn Barnes and Mary Carter G. Stewart Barns Stephen Batzell Stephen A. Bell Beatrice J. Bentz Patrick and Sophie Benzie David P. Benziger and Liliana Vogt Paul Bernath Marge Bernstein Jane Bernstein Mrs. Charles S. Bird III Dr. and Mrs. Desmond H. Birkett Joan Ellen Black Brigit and Charles Blyth Richard Bolt and Olga Baloueff Daniel and Julia Brody Mr. and Mrs. Pierce B. Browne Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellington Cabot Anne T. Carrigg Katrina Carye Michael H. Chalifoux and Margo Wereta Eliza P. Childs and William Melton Gordon and Andrea Clagett Mary Ann Coffey and Louis Orton Andrews Mary L. Cornille and John F. Cogan, Jr. Dr. and Mr. Cynthia and George Cole Mary Ellen Collins Thomas E. Connolly Laurie and Brian Conroy *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM Dr. Mark H. Cooley Nancy R. Coolidge Fred and Pamela Copeman Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cotter Mr. and Mrs. J. Todd Crocker Elisa D. Cunningham and V.G. DiGironimo Stefan H. Cushman Robert S. Czachor Fay Dabney Joseph M. Davis Deborah De Santis-Haines Robert De Vries Mr. John H. Deknatel and Dr. Carol M. Taylor Dr. Robert D. Deutsch and Ms. Kathleen Drasher Josephine E. Diggs James M. Dillon James and Betsy Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass Robert Dugas Patricia Dukakis Marie-Pierre and Michael Ellmann Jean C. Evans Mark Everett Patricia A. Fallon Jean Fuller Farrington Jane E. Farver and John Moore Peter J. Fergusson Lawrence S. and Non D. Finkelstein Dr. Edwin G. Fischer and Mrs. Angela B. Fischer James B. Fitzgerald and Linda Shannon Peter and Sara Fleiss John and Patricia Folcarelli Joseph P. Foley Lionel P. and Judith A. Fortin Sandra Fox Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Frohman Davina Fullerton Andrea Gabrielle Dr. and Mrs. Walter J. Gamble Ambassador Janet E. Garvey Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gibson Drs. Grace Ellen and David Michael Gleason Ellen Goodman and Robert Levey Mark Gottesman Rt. Rev. J. Clark Grew II and Mrs. Sarah L. Grew Luitdina Groeneveld Mona Gross Mr. and Mrs. Jay Grossman Robert L. Halfyard Richard Harold and Janey Tilden Mr. and Mrs. John C. Harrington Thomas and Diane Harwood Dr. Nan Niland and Mr. Ralph Helmick Jeanne and Michael Henry Ruth L. Hertz Nancy Heselton and Jeffrey Clements Anne Louise Hicks Elsa N. Hill and Tony Hill Kate Hines Eloise W. and Arthur C. Hodges William W. and Mari Ann Hogan David Holloway Nora F. Huvelle and David Lubin David and Elizabeth Ingram Eleanor Iselin Michelle Lamarre Jenney and Peter Jenney Rosemarie Johnson Dr. Ralph T. Jones and Mrs. Sherry H. Jones Janine Karwacki and Gertrude Karwacki Dr. Edward Kaye Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey R. Kenyon Tony Kingsley and Sarah Perry Dr. Susanne Klingenstein Barbara Krakow Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Kunian Deborah Kupka Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lane Phillip Ledin and Janet Morehouse Rebecca A. Lee Mr. and Mrs. David S. Lee Michael C. and Monica O. Lehner Philip and Monique Lehner Susan M. Leland Earl and Barbara Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Lightcap Selina F. Little Dr. Daniel C. Shannon and Ms. Marcia D. Lloyd Barbara H. Lloyd Joyce A. Lonergan William T. Loomis and Leslie Becker Mr. and Mrs. Alden R. Ludlow IV Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marlowe Sally Mayer Vincent J. Mayer Joan C. McArdle Michelle McCarthy Sean McDaniel and Eric Small Edward McGehee Marie McRae Thomas J. McVarish Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meade Mr. and Mrs. James E. Meheran Cecily Mehlman Hamilton Mehlman Prof. Michael Mendillo and Ms. Carol-Marie Mendillo Myron Miller Sharon A. Miller Richard and Nancy Mills Carolyn Miner Kevin Mohan and Anne Williams Ernest and Betty Monrad Peter Moran Dr. Phyllis Anina Moriarty and Mr. G. Marshall Moriarty Robert F. and Jane Morse Esther Nelson and Bernd Ulken Mary Ellen Nichologianis Joan Nissman and Morton Abromson Anne Norris John and Carleen Oâ€™Brien D. Cosmo and Jane Papa Arthur B. Pardee Joan J. and Roger J. Peck, Jr. Lawrence and Elizabeth Perera John J. Petrowsky and Tom Vise Lydia and Barrett Petty Gail Piasecki Sarah L. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Hollis W. Plimpton Pilar R. Poggio Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Potter Fred and Christine Pratt Mr. and Mrs. George Putnam III Elizabeth T. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Read Jane F. Reid Charles A. and Maud H. Rheault Margaret E. Richardson Mrs. Karl Riemer Dr. Richard M. Robb and Mrs. Lucy L. Robb Dr. Judith E. Robinson and Dr. Michael Barza Allan G. Rodgers Jo Roebuck-Pearson David and Christine Root 34 0419.P.indd 34 3/20/12 12:20 PM Abby S. Rosenberg Abby and Donald Rosenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rotenberg Steven Rudis Mary Ruhl Frank J. Santangelo, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Savignano Dr. and Mrs. Craig W. Schmidt Nancy C. Schock Alexandra Schweitzer and Glenn Lucas Jo Seibel Karl and Kathleen Shamban Pheasant Hill Farm Karen Osborn Shanley Robert N. Shapiro Dr. and Mrs. Sylvester R. Sheridan Rev. Eleftheria A. Sidiropoulou Mimi and John Francis Simione Jeffrey and Marion Simmons Craig M. Sorensen John D. Spooner David and Patricia Squire Dr. Piotr M. Starewicz Marcia Stein-Adams and Walter Adams Gilbert and Sally Steward Diana Tilley Strange Jennifer A. Sullivan Dr. Irvin Taube David Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James L. Terry Diane Tillotson Sally J. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Travi Dr. Simon Trussler and Ms. Patricia Trussler Toula C. Tuckerman Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Wadsworth II Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Weatherbie Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Webb III Thomas E. and Gail Weesner Elizabeth A. Wharff Joanne Ross Wilder Ann T. Willaman Marsha Wiseheart Henri Zerner Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ziering Gifts in Kind Mr. Frank Oglesby 35 0419.P.indd 35 JULY 1, 2010 – JUNE 30, 2011 $50,000 + Amy and David Abrams Allison and William Achtmeyer Anita and Josh Bekenstein Claire and John Bertucci Tom and Lisa Blumenthal Ellie and Brian Chu RoAnn Costin and James N. Bailey Brit d’Arbeloff Arnold S. Hiatt Barbara and Amos Hostetter A. Neil and Jane Pappalardo Mr. and Mrs. John S. Reed Marie Louise and David Scudder Gwill York and Paul Maeder $25,000+ Anonymous John C. Brown IV Mr. and Mrs. John P. Connaughton Paul and Sandra Edgerley William and Jacalyn Egan Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fish William C. and Joyce K. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner Mrs. Francis W. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. William W. Helman Michael Krupka and Anne Kubik Gregory Maguire and Andy Newman Dr. Barbara Millen and Dr. Markley H. Boyer Beth K. Pfeiffer William and Lia Poorvu Marcia J. Radosevich, Ph.D. Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton Thomas G. Stemberg Charitable Foundation $10,000+ Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Alfond Mr. and Mrs. Ben and Meghan Balbale Willa and Taylor Bodman Lewis Cantley and Vicki Sato Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Conway Nina and David Fialkow Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gilbane III Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Gilbert Andrew P. Goldfarb Hanne and Jeremy Grantham Mr. and Mrs. Wycliffe Grousbeck Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld John and Trevania Henderson Celeste E. Hughey Richard M. and Priscilla S. Hunt Rachel Jacoff Abigail P. Johnson and Christopher McKown Holly and Bruce Johnstone Darlene and Jerry Jordan Robert and Marjie Kargman Stephen W. Kidder and Judith A. Malone John F. Magee E. Anthony McAuliffe and Jennifer M. McAuliffe Bruce and Laura Monrad Caroline Mortimer and Richard Grubman Jessica Gifford Nigrelli Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Connell Robert and Elizabeth Owens Timothy Phillips Beatrice J. Roy Vincent Ryan and Carla Meyer Arthur Segel and Patti Saris Ms. Theresa M. Stone and Mr. Charles F. Stone III Meg Tallon Laurie and Peter Thomsen Nancy B. Tieken Steven and Jennifer Walske Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Winthrop Frank V. Wisneski and Lynn Dale Frederic E. Wittmann and Christine Kondoleon Miriam M. Wood and Charles O. Wood III Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum $5,000 Anonymous (2) Brant C. Binder Mr. John Bitner and Dr. Joy Bitner Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Champion Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Chertavian Paul A. Cohen Lawrence Coolidge and Nancy Coolidge Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cornish Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. DeMore Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Graham D. Gund Elisabeth and George Ireland *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM Elizabeth L. Johnson Keane Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kemper Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kettenbach Mr. and Mrs. Randy E. Kinard Joyce and Edward Lawrence Monique Liuzzi Carla E. Lynton George and Ann Macomber Jeffrey and Christine McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing Mr. and Mrs. Travis Rhodes Christine H. Rossell Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schmalensee Fredericka and Howard Stevenson Nick and Joan Thorndike Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Wagner III Paul White $2,500+ Anonymous Douglas A. Bacon and Anne Marie McGarry Henry and Jean Becton Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation Heidi Cox John and Diddy Cullinane Sally W. Dasovich Dr. C. Russell de Burlo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas B. Deane Mr. and Mrs. Philip Y. DeNormandie Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Doran Mr. and Mrs. John W. Everets Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Feinberg Courtney and Michael Forrester Mrs. G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. Anne Hawley and Urs Gauchat Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hood II Emily W. Hughey Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson IV Jeff Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Carmine A. Martignetti Mr. and Mrs. Andre Perold John J. Petrowsky and Tom Vise Charles Rendeiro Patricia B. Rice Jeanne D. and Donald R. Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Stata Throop Wilder and Deborah Weisgall Ashley H. Wisneski $1,500+ Anonymous Susan Adams Taylor and Stuart Taylor Candace Jans Barbara Bayliss Mr. and Mrs. George D. Behrakis Lisa A. Bevilaqua Ellen and Ronald Brown Jennifer K. Brown Stephanie L. Brown Margaret K. Burchenal and Daniel Reagan Heather and Charles Campion Fay Chandler Caroline Costin Mr. and Mrs. Prescott B. Crocker Prudence S. and William M. Crozier, Jr. Mr. Wayne C. Davis and Ms. Ann Merrifield Mr. John H. Deknatel and Dr. Carol M. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Doggett Deirdre Doherty Therese M. Doherty and Scott E. Hershman Cynthia Taft and Dick Egdahl Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Farnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Flaim Elizabeth Floor Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. O. Gabrieli Ms. Frieda Garcia and The Hon. Byron Rushing Mr. and Mrs. M. Dozier Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Gifford Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil and Gerald F. O’Neil Susan W. Cable and Benjamin A. Gomez Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gran Rosa Hallowell and Mark Stein Helena B. Hartnett and Kenneth Hartnett Eloise W. and Arthur C. Hodges Marilyn Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Bengt Holmstrom Mr. and Mrs. James R. Houghton Mr. James D. Houghton and Ms. Connie B. Coburn Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnson, 3d Nicolas M. Kane Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Koerner Paula L. Kremer Philip Laird and Amy Clarkson Waltrud A. Lampe Mr. and Mrs. Butler W. Lampson Saundra B. Lane Mary and Don Melville Richard P. and Claire Morse Foundation Richard and Marianne Moscicki Amy and Matt Mugherini Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Nicholas Maureen O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olney III Olivia H. Parker Maurice Pechet Foundation Pamela Peedin and Paul Rebuck Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker and Mr. Thomas H. Amaker Michael E. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Press Irving W. Rabb* Sally Reid and John Sigel Mr. and Mrs. David Rockefeller, Jr. Michael and Judith Rosow Julie A. Scallen Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Steiner Dr. Robert B. Straus David and Patricia Straus Margaret Sullivan, TTE, James P. Sullivan, Jr. Living Trust Benjamin and Katherine Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Thornhill Pamela J. Toulopoulos Peter and Pamela Voss Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wendell Russ Wiggin and Genevieve Pluhowski Ellen Wilson $1,000+ Robert Amory III Dorothy and David Arnold Victoria J. Avery Peter Bryant Mrs. I. W. Colburn Kay Ellen K. Consolver and John Storkerson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cook, Jr. Sally Fay Cottingham Michael J. Cuggino Oliver and Cynthia Curme Mrs. Philip Cutler Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Davis Michael DeMichele and Elizabeth Shelburne Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gable Robert S. Hagge, Jr. Paul and Francine Healey Dr. Howard H. Hiatt 36 0419.P.indd 36 3/20/12 12:20 PM Jeffrey Horvitz and Carol Sunday Karen Johansen and Gardner Hendrie Gregory A. Jundanian and Seta V. Nersessian Tony Kingsley and Sarah Perry George and Emily Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Matlack Paul Milbury Susan W. Paine Diane and David Scott Palmer Anthony and Katharine Pell John and Lorinda Russell Marshall H. Sirvetz Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. and Susan Ricci Peter C. Steingraber Catheline van den Branden and Daniele Levine $500+ Anonymous Dr. and Mrs. Nile L. Albright Ann Griffith Ash Katharine L. Auchincloss Lamees Aziz Dorothy H. Baldini John and Molly Beard Stephen A. Bell Alan and Michele Bembenek Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernon Joan Ellen Black Marcella Boelhouwer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burchenal Mary L. Cornille and John F. Cogan, Jr. Marsha Cohen Gerard H. and Sherryl W. Cohen Dr. Mark H. Cooley J. Linzee and Elizabeth Coolidge Evan Coravos Melissa and Hunt Doering Alan S. Emmet Luise M. Erdmann Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Eustis II Ellen and Peter Fallon James B. Fitzgerald and Linda Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman Richard P. Fried Ralph and Caroline Gakenheimer James S. and Jane D. Garrett Mark Gerber and Jacqueline Brandes Ann H. Geupel Allen and Martha Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. John A.D. Gilmore 37 0419.P.indd 37 Dr. Deborah T. Gobetz David Guy Gloria White-Hammond and Ray A. Hammond Martha and Ted Haskell Jeanne and Michael Henry Elaine M. Hepworth Dr. Elizabeth Hughes and Mr. James S. Hughes Drs. Paula A. Johnson and Robert A. Sands Dr. Ralph T. Jones and Mrs. Sherry H. Jones Virginia L. Kahn Allan and Kathryn Kaufman Nathaniel Kurtis Michael C. and Monica O. Lehner Earl and Barbara Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Alden R. Ludlow IV Lorraine Lyman Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Lynch Karen and Sean Lynn-Jones Sarah Margerum and Aaron Tietz Sharon A. Miller Peter Moran Mary S. Newman Paula J. Oâ€™Keeffe Michele and Nicholas Olender Richard Oppenheimer Timothy J. Porter and Elizabeth Wallace Brookhiser Dominique Reymond Christine Rice and Scott Paxton Carol J. Rugani Paul S. Russell Thomas and Mary Deck Rutledge Dr. and Mr. John C. Ruttenberg Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Savignano Polly Slavet Gilbert and Sally Steward Myles and Lise Lange Striar Sir John Thomson and Lady Judith Ogden Thomson Afarin and Cumrun Vafa Gregory Van Boven and David Beck Gina Ventre Ann T. Willaman Dr. Marshall A. Wolf and Dr. Katherine Wolf Timothy Wright and Karen Ellzey Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ziering $250+ Anonymous Peter Aldrich Kathryn Alexander Jane Allard Timothy Anderson and Ellen Gitelman Ingrid M. Anid Prof. Lilian Armstrong Daniel and Elissa Arons Ann C. Aucello Mardges E. Bacon Maureen Whalen Balboni Laura Baldini G. Stewart Barns Elaine V. Beilin David P. Benziger and Liliana Vogt David Berman and Margaret Bell Adam Berrey Jevon Biffinger Mrs. Charles S. Bird III Dr. and Mrs. Desmond H. Birkett Carolyn Bitetti and Christopher Donnelly Jessica Blinn Margery and Frederick Blume Brigit and Charles Blyth Tim Boretti James M. Breen Daniel and Julia Brody Steven and Barbara Browne Patty Ann Bruce and Patrick Bruce Ms. Lauren Budding and Dr. Pieter Cohen Dr. Joanna Buffington and Mr. William Dean Brook Anna Bursaux Pauline Ho Bynum Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Byrd III Dr. Vincent J. Carey Jane C. Carr Anne T. Carrigg Ronald and Ronni Casty Lisa Champigny and Susan Champigny David Chavolla Eliza P. Childs and William Melton Susan E. Ciampa Susan and Robert Cina Susan J. Clancy Mary Ann Coffey and Louis Orton Andrews Robert Cole Dr. and Mr. Cynthia and George Cole Heather Colleary *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM Mary Ellen Collins Thomas E. Connolly Robert and Pamela Costello Elizabeth D. Coxe and David Forney Pete Crowley Michelle Cruz Mr. and Mrs. John D. Curtin, Jr. Stanley Ellis Cushing Robert S. Czachor Oswald J. Da Ros Melody A. Dai Robert A. Dempsey Josephine E. Diggs James M. Dillon Dr. and Mrs. William P. Docken Caroline and Robert Donelan James and Betsy Douglas Duane R. Downey Alice Driscoll Caroline Ellis Nancy Bush Ellis Brian and Elizabeth Elowe Mr. Kenneth W. Erickson and Rev. Alice Erickson Raymond and Donna A. Erikson Loren Feinstein Miguel Fidalgo Dr. Melvin D. Field and Mrs. Elisabeth Field Bryan Flynn John and Patricia Folcarelli Joseph P. Foley Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Frank Prof. Charles Fried and Mrs. Anne Fried Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Frohman Howard and Darcy Fuguet Davina Fullerton Gigi Gao Gary Gaudet Blaine and Nancy Gaustad Tricia Geagan and Betsey Josselyn Elizabeth Ann Gerwig Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gibson Robert and Dina Gilligan Tiffany Gillis and Peter Perkins Andrea M. Gilmore Claudia Giraldo Ellen Goodman and Robert Levey Deirdre Goodrich Mark Gottesman Sara Graham Mr. and Mrs. Jay Grossman Robert L. Halfyard Mr. and Mrs. John C. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. James P. Harte Elizabeth P. Herring Dr. Linda A. Hill and Dr. Roger E. Breitbart Jean H. Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Hoch Joanna A. Humphrey Dr. Louis J. Iandoli and Mr. Michael P. de LaFosse Steve and Suzanne Ingram John Ingwersen Eleanor Iselin Hiro Iwanaga Dr. Richard A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kass Paul and Lisa Kastrinakis Patricia A. Kelly Kurt Kilanowski Elizabeth Anne Kinney Ken and Carol Kinsley Dr. Susanne Klingenstein Andrew Kouris Barbara Krakow Alexander Kusko and Charlotte B. Eskin Harry M. Lasker and Abigail Housen Najla K. Lataif C. Richard Leacy Rebecca A. Lee Philip and Monique Lehner Charlotte Lewis Shenkiat Lim Barbara H. Lloyd Dr. Daniel C. Shannon and Ms. Marcia D. Lloyd William T. Loomis and Leslie Becker Thomas Loring and Karen Tenney Caroline and Philip Loughlin Anna Lowi and R. Daniel Ferguson Marilyn MacLeod Marilynn Martin Sally Mayer Vincent J. Mayer Joan C. McArdle Hope and William Shaw McDermott Edward McGehee Thomas A. McGonagle Prof. Michael Mendillo and Ms. Carol-Marie Mendillo Lisa K. Micali Cynthia and Luca Mignogna Myron Miller Alyssa Minahan Sandra O. Moose Dr. Phyllis Anina Moriarty and Mr. G. Marshall Moriarty Robert F. and Jane Morse Patrice Moskow Heather and Eben Moulton Regina M. Mullen Seanan Murphy and Sarah Leinicke Sarah Naghibi Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemser Mary Ellen Nichologianis Tom and Joyce Nigrelli Joan Nissman and Morton Abromson Geoffrey and Clare Nunes Dr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Ongaro Mr. and Mrs. Ken Paul David and Maureen Pellegrini Dr. James H. Philip and Dr. Beverly K. Philip Dr. and Mrs. Ervin Philipps Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Plapinger Fred and Christine Pratt Robert and Mandie Preyer Bernard & Sue Pucker Dr. Amanda J. Pullen and Dr. Robert K. Crone Mr. and Mrs. George Putnam III Mr. John M. Regan Charles A. and Maud H. Rheault Patricia Righter Mrs. Jack Rizika Dr. Richard M. Robb and Mrs. Lucy L. Robb Dr. Judith E. Robinson and Dr. Michael Barza David and Christine Root Abby S. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rotenberg Charlotte and Richard Saul Elizabeth Schiffmann Alexandra Schweitzer and Glenn Lucas Paige C. Scott Karen Osborn Shanley Joan and Carl Shiffman Jane and David Shurtleff Paul and Terry Simeone Mimi and John Francis Simione Jeffrey and Marion Simmons Walter and Sabina Slavin Rachael Solem 38 0419.P.indd 38 3/20/12 12:20 PM Dr. Richard Soley Craig M. Sorensen David and Patricia Squire Dr. Anne G. St. Goar S. Merrell Stearns Marcia Stein-Adams and Walter Adams Mac Stemberg Chris Talanian Dr. Irvin Taube Mr. and Mrs. James L. Terry Dan Thorn Valerie Tipping Sally J. Todd Peter L. and Paula B. Tyack Victor M. and Mary M. Tyler Wat and Jane Tyler Nicole Vellucci Mr. and Mrs. Stephan D. Voss Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Wadsworth II Peter Waterman Helen M. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Weatherbie Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Webb III Sarah C. Webb Thomas E. and Gail Weesner Patrick Wetherille Marc A. White, Jr. and Stephanie Andrews Patrick R. and Elsie Wilmerding Joanne Wood Marillyn A. Zacharis INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORTERS Thank you to the following Foundations, Government Agencies, and University and Corporate Partners who so generously supported the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum with gifts, or matching gifts, during the period of July 2008 through June 2011. This vital annual support helped to underwrite concerts, historic and contemporary exhibitions, horticultural displays, education and community programs, lecture series, the residency program, care of the collection, and daily operations. 39 0419.P.indd 39 3/21/12 4:15 PM JULY 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2009 JULY 1, 2009 – JUNE 30, 2010 JULY 1, 2010 – JUNE 30, 2011 $100,000+ $100,000+ $100,000+ Bank of America Corporation Calderwood Charitable Foundation Bank of America Charitable Foundation Calderwood Charitable Foundation Institute of Museum and Library Services The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Bank of America Charitable Foundation Calderwood Charitable Foundation $50,000+ Institute of Museum and Library Services Massachusetts Cultural Council Mabel Louise Riley Foundation $25,000+ Bank of America Charitable Foundation E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation Citizens Bank Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Massachusetts Department of Education National Endowment for the Arts Nimoy Foundation Rowland Foundation, Inc. John F. Welch Jr., Foundation The Yawkey Foundation $10,000+ The Baupost Group, LLC Fidelity Investments, Inc. Harvard University Thomas A. Pappas Charitable Foundation, Inc. State Street Foundation The Wallace Foundation Miss Wallace Minot Leonard Foundation $5,000+ Bingham McCutchen LLP The Caleb C. and Julia W. Dula Educational and Charitable Foundation Roy A. Hunt Foundation Paratus Group Putnam Investments William E. and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation $2,500+ Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Eaton Vance Corporation Fiduciary Trust Company Houghton Mifflin Company $50,000+ Massachusetts Cultural Council National Endowment for the Arts $25,000+ Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Rowland Foundation, Inc. The Yawkey Foundation $10,000+ The Baupost Group, LLC Bingham McCutchen LLP The Cricket Foundation The Caleb C. and Julia W. Dula Educational and Charitable Foundation Edwin S. Webster Foundation Fidelity Investments, Inc. Harvard University Hope Foundation Nimoy Foundation Procter and Gamble Corporate Giving Fund William E. and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust State Street Foundation $5,000+ Colleges of the Fenway, Inc. Goodwin Procter LLP Paratus Group The Mattina R. Proctor Foundation Putnam Investments The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation $2,000+ The Boston Conservatory Buro Happold The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc. Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Eaton Vance Corporation Fiduciary Trust Company Houghton Mifflin Company Shawmut Design and Construction $50,000+ Massachusetts Cultural Council National Endowment for the Arts Mabel Louise Riley Foundation The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts The Yawkey Foundation $25,000+ Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Hemenway & Barnes LLP $10,000+ The Baupost Group, LLC The Caleb C. and Julia W. Dula Educational and Charitable Foundation Eaton Vance Corporation Fidelity Investments, Inc. Harvard University JPMorgan Chase Foundation Procter and Gamble Corporate Giving Fund Rowland Foundation, Inc. William E. and Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust Reynolds R. and Pamela M. Smith Foundation Polly Thayer Starr Charitable Trust State Street Foundation Edwin S. Webster Foundation $5,000+ Bingham McCutchen LLP Colleges of the Fenway, Inc. Comcast Roy A. Hunt Foundation Massachusetts Institute of Technology Paratus Group Putnam Investments George and Alice Rich Charitable Foundation The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation $2,500+ The Boston Conservatory Saks Incorporated Shawmut Design and Construction Sotheby’s 40 0419.P.indd 40 3/20/12 12:20 PM JULY 1, 2008 – JUNE 30, 2009 In honor of John L. Gardner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blumenthal Louann Penzo Anne and Paul Marcus In memory of Alexander V. d’Arbeloff Carol Ann Hayes In memory of Arlene B. Feingold TRIBUTE GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Adam Rhona F. Bakst Barry and Lynne Balan Barbara R. Barnett Richard and Susan Berkman Sharon and Stanley Caras Michael H. Chalifoux and Margo Wereta Flora Cherner Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Coporale Diane and Harvey Elefson Susan and Michael Fixman Philip D. Fixman Anthony Gallo Helen and Steven Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Toby Hoberman Irene G. Levene Thomas J. and Margaret D. McCormick Antonio Pani David and Benita Pokat Barry Poretsky Harriet and Steven Rosenblatt Nancy and Larry Rubin Roberta and Harold Rudin Judy and Stan Schurgin Steven and Fran Short Lillian and Pamela Shrago Edward and Lois Swerdlick Sally J. Todd Gail and Mark Weinberg Borrah Weiner and Barbara Finkelstein Jessica Weiner Roberta and Norman Weiner Francis J. Weiner Jon and Audrey Weiner Lois Ziegelman Borchers Ware & Guglielmo, P.C. Pavento, Ratcliffe, Renzi & Co. The Joseph Rosenfeld Foundation Massachusetts Package Stores Association, Inc. The Ruderman Family Charitable Foundation In honor of Barbara W. Hostetter Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Webb III In memory of Grace Meyer Flora Cherner Carolyn A. Ferrucci In honor of Jane M. Pappalardo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing In honor of Christy Peterson Marcia Marinelli Mrs. Frank Marinelli In memory of May Poorvu and Anne Hiatt Dr. Marshall A. Wolf and Dr. Katherine Wolf In honor of William J. Poorvu The Hon. Martin L. Feldman Carnegie Corporation of New York In memory of John Robinson Doris Y. Yaffe In honor of Diane T. Rudnick Kenneth D. Rudnick and Sherri Rudnick In memory of Victoria Schwab Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Jacobson Robin Lichtenstein and Steven Sussman Terrie Newman Margaret M. O’Connell Naomi Rubin Hillary Schwab Sandra Smith In honor of Elaine Smart Angela Howk In memory of Jim Sullivan, Jr. Margaret Sullivan, TTE, James P. Sullivan, Jr. Living Trust In memory of Lynne M. Wisneski Allison and William Achtmeyer Linda Cabot Black Mr. and Mrs. John G. L. Cabot Pieranna Cavalchini Ellie and Brian Chu Jonathan and Leslie Clarke Deirdre Doherty Robert W. and Evelyn H. Doran Patricia Dowling 41 0419.P.indd 41 3/20/12 12:20 PM Jessica A. Drislane Mr. and Mrs. John W. Everets Ellen P. Fallon and Peter G. Fallon, Jr. William C. and Joyce K. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner Mrs. G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil and Gerald F. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Graham D. Gund Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld Mr.* and Mrs. Francis O. Hunnewell Richard M. and Priscilla S. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Jackson Dr. Sherry E. Johnson Holly and Bruce Johnstone Don and Phyllis Katz Richard and Nancy Kelleher Charlotte L. Kemper Mr. and Mrs. Randy E. Kinard Richard and Marianne Moscicki Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. O’Connell Elizabeth and Robert Owens A. Neil and Jane Pappalardo Beth K. Pfeiffer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Quintin Sally Reid and John Sigel Mr. and Mrs. David Remington Patricia B. Rice Holly Safford and Charles Weilbrenner Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton Alison F. Silberman Polly Slavet Jeanne D. and Donald R. Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Todd Stressenger Laurie and Peter Thomsen Mr. and Mrs. W. Nicholas Thorndike David Vogler Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Voniderstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wadsworth Russ Wiggin and Genevieve Pluhowski Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Winthrop Brian D. Caswell, Jr. and Corey L. Wisneski Ashley H. Wisneski JULY 1, 2009 – JUNE 30, 2010 JULY 1, 2010 – JUNE 30, 2011 In honor of Julia Bonnarrigo In honor of David and Amy Abrams Anne M. Mandeville Anne and Paul Marcus In honor of RoAnn Costin and James Bailey In honor of Stacey Whitney Brown Richard M. and Priscilla S. Hunt Joseph Fiore In memory of Mrs. Arlene B. Feingold In honor of Katherine Chapman Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brennan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wycliffe Grousbeck In honor of John L. Gardner In celebration of Brian Chu and Ellie Cornish Frederick and Bonnie Shaw Kevin Mohan and Anne Williams In honor of Jessica Gifford Nigrelli In honor of John L. Gardner Carter J. Luke and Darlene Schiller Frederick and Bonnie Shaw In honor of Michelle Grohe In memory of Francis W. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Seaman In memory of Francis W. Hatch In honor of Anne Hawley Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner and Barbara Hostetter In honor of Anne Hawley Holly and Bruce Johnstone Holly and Bruce Johnstone In honor of Jane and Neil Pappalardo In memory of Anthony Liuzzi Barbara Manzolillo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Gardner In honor of Jane and Neil Pappalardo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Messing In memory of May Poorvu and Anne Hiatt Dr. Marshall A. Wolf and Dr. Katherine Wolf In honor of William J. Poorvu Carnegie Corporation of New York In honor of Marcia J. Radosevich Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Flaim In honor of William J. Poorvu Carnegie Corporation of New York Richard P. and Claire Morse Foundation John J. Petrowsky and Tom Vise In honor of Marcia J. Radosevich Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Flaim In honor of David W. Scudder Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary In memory of Mr. Dane Williams, Sr. In honor of Judy Schurgin and Ms. Jeanne Williams Mrs. Linda C. Migdole and Dr. Samuel M. Migdole Patrick McNamara and Allan Small In honor of a staff member William and Pauline Egan In honor of Natalie W. Williams Grogan & Company In memory of Lynne Marie Wisneski Ashley H. Wisneski 42 0419.P.indd 42 3/20/12 12:20 PM TRUSTEES AND OVERSEERS TRUSTEES 2008–2011 OVERSEERS 2008–2011 John L. Gardner, Chairman Barbara W. Hostetter, President Stephen W. Kidder, Secretary Gwill York, Treasurer William J. Poorvu, Treasurer (until 2010) Anne Hawley, Norma Jean Calderwood Director RoAnn Costin, Chair Vicki Sato, Chair (until 2010) RoAnn Costin, ex officio Vicki Sato, ex officio (until 2010) Nicholas C. Adams (until 2009) Anita Bekenstein John Bertucci Lisa Blumenthal Brian Chu Laura DeBonis Brit D’Arbeloff William P. Egan William C. Fletcher Frieda Garcia (2010) Rev. Dr. Ray A. Hammond William Helman Joseph Koerner Dr. Barbara Millen Jane Pappalardo Beth K. Pfeiffer Marcia Radosevich John S. Reed David W. Scudder Howard Stevenson Nancy Tieken (until 2010) Charles O. Wood III (until 2009) Henri Zerner (until 2009) LIFE TRUSTEES Samual Bodman Frieda Garcia Francis W. Hatch* Arnold S. Hiatt Judge Julian Houston William J. Poorvu Vincent J. Ryan Wendy Shattuck James L. Terry Steven Walske Charles O. Wood III Henri Zerner 43 0419.P.indd 43 Allison Achtmeyer Stephen Bell Julie Binder (until 2009) Rebecca Gardner Campbell Heather Campion Katherine Chapman Lawrence Coolidge John M. Cornish Heidi Cox (until 2009) Edward L. DeMore (until 2010) Owen Dempsey (until 2009) Jessica Drislane (until 2010) Nina Fialkow Robert Freeman Jessica Gifford Thomas F. Gilbane III Paul B. Gilbert Andrew Goldfarb Vivien Hassenfeld John Henderson (2010) Robert F. Higgins (2009) Cassandra H. Irvine (2010) Rachel Jacoff Abigail Johnson Paula A. Johnson Darlene L. Jordan Marjie Kargman Jill Karp Laurie Kazilionis (2010) Frances D. Kettenbach Randy Kinard Joyce M. Lawrence Arthur D. Little Anthony Liuzzi (until 2010)* John F. Magee Gregory Maguire Jeffrey McCormick Bruce Monrad Caroline Mortimer Kathryn O’Connell Elizabeth Owens Tracy Palandjian (until 2010) Pamela Peedin Tim Phillips Marcia Radosevich (until 2009) Richard Quincy John S. Reed (until 2009) Jane Roy (until 2009) Richard Schmalensee Arthur Segel Anne Stetson (until 2010) C F Stone III Meg Tallon Kathy Taylor Laurie Thomsen Nancy Tieken Beth Weir Suzy Welch Jonathan Winthrop Frederic Wittmann Gwill York (until 2010) Yuriko Young (until 2010) *deceased 3/20/12 12:20 PM STAFF, VOLUNTEERS, INTERNS STAFF 2008–2011 Archives Lisa Long Feldmann Kristin Parker (2010) Conservation Frances Baas (2008) Jessica Chloros M. Ellen Davis (2011) Elsbeth Dijxhoorn (2009) Susannah Ford (2011) Theresa Fredette Sofia Gothlin (2009) S. Robin Grossman Gisele Haven Siobhan McDaniels Lindsay (2010) Brianna Martineau (2011) Alanna Nelson (2011) Gianfranco Pocobene Caroline Roberts (2008) Holly Salmon Derek Salvatore (2011) Catherine Smith (2009) Valentine Talland Craig Uram (2008) Christopher Zahner (2010) Contemporary Art Pieranna Cavalchini Tiffany York Curatorial Department Alan Chong (2010) Robert Colby (2008) Anne-Marie Eze Anne Guillemet-Lebofsky (2010) Richard Lingner (2009) Joseph Saravo Jr. Oliver Tostmann Development Susan Adams Tahli Adler (2009) Lisa Bevilaqua William Blaauw (2010) Judy Blake (2009) Kirstin Gamble Bridier Karaugh Brown Paul Dakin (2011) Mary DePalma Kathy Lee Dombrowski (2008) Catherine Emmons (2009) Renana Greenberg Helena Hartnett (2011) Cynthia McCabe (2009) Maureen O’Brien Katherine Peck (2009) Jerome Shea Sr. (2011) Kirra Steel L. John Steigerwald IV Mia Stendahl (2008) Hope Stockton (2009) Nova Summers (2009) Carolyn Vaughan (2009) Emily Vince (2011) Director’s Office Elizabeth Harsch (2009) Anne Hawley Jessie Schlosser Smith Natalie Williams Education and Public Programs Margaret Burchenal Julie Crites (2012) Jennifer DePrizio Michelle Grohe Bridget Hennessy (2011) Paula Lynn (2011) Sanea Magalhaes (2009) Lillian O’Flaherty (2011) Brendan Powers (2010) Johnetta Tinker Meghan Weeks (2011) Event Rentals D. Kimberly Rzemien Julia Vose Facilities David Blair Derek Fisher Michael Holland Anthony Nugent (2009) Alejandro Ocasio (2009) Alex Tennyson Reginald Williams Michael Wyson (2008) Finance Office Sarah De Guzman Heidi Derven (2008) Tiarra Gabriel Shynar Largess (2009) Noah Schneiderman Rashmi Sharma (2009) Russ Wiggin Horticulture Salvador Campos (2011) Albert Giordani Edward Kozak Stanley Kozak Stanley Kozak Jr. (2008) Bonnie Thryselius Human Resources Anna Asphar (2008) Stacey Whitney Brown Sarah George (2011) Danielle Olivero (2008) Information Technology Douglas Cunningham Brian Wills Landscape Patrick Chassé (2009) JoAnn Robinson Ann Uppington Charles Waldheim/Urban Agency Marketing Gregory Albers Brittany Duncan Vladimir Ivashin (2008) C. Andrew Keys Katherine Layton (2011) Jennifer Logue (2009) Anna Lowi (2010) Matthew Montgomery Heather Ryan (2009) Membership Hailey Conneely M. Lynn Swain (2011) Museum Store Jennifer Buhler (2009) Anita Chase (2010) Lauren Foster (2010) Kathleen Hoover (2010) Beth Olsen Susan Paino Beverly Shmeis (2010) Roberta Stoller (2010) 44 0419.P.indd 44 3/20/12 12:20 PM Music Anaar Desai-Stephens (2009) R. Scott Nickrenz Joan Provencal (2011) Operations Peter Bryant James Labeck Kendra Slaughter Maura Tansley (2009) Planning Lieza Dagher (2012) Isabel Ponte (2009) Registration Chris Aldrich (2008) Caroline Brennan (2009) David Kalan Shana McKenna Amanda Prugh Venezia Security Anthony Amore Alexis Babini (2009) Renato Baraggia Derick Birdsall John Cashman Marguerite Cass (2010) Keith Chausse Theresa Ciccone (2010) Diana Cierpka (2010) Matthew Dinaro Mark Durney (2009) Natasha Echemendia (2010) Justin Eckersley (2009) Ryan Edlinger (2009) Charles Fawell (2010) Theodore Fawell (2009) Laura Flammia James Frederic (2009) Jason Freedman Michelle Freitas Elizabeth Gallagher (2011) Angela Gavin Jean Gibeault (2009) Amanda Grondin Robert Harris (2010) Annemarie Healey (2010) Raymond Heekin (2008) William Herman (2009) Molly Hoisington (2011) Katherine Howley (2010) Bitson Jean Alan Jennings Heather King (2009) Iyoko Mitsuda Laffin Andrew Landauro (2011) Kelsea Larson (2008) Davis Le (2009) Joseph Ledoux Daniel Legmann (2011) Mark Leshchinskiy Siv Lie (2010) Michael Madden Dereck Mangus Daniel McCabe (2009) Katie McGovern (2008) Gregory Meyers (2009) Dominique Nobles (2009) Jasmannie Ortiz Santiago Paniagua (2009) Matthew Peterson (2008) Jeffrey Poindexter Alan Poliakoff Bruno Prifti (2011) Matthew Rice Daniel Rowe (2009) Erica Ruane (2010) Brad Ruka Liana Sarapas (2008) Taulant Shkoza Heather Short Benjamin Shurtleff (2009) Anthony Sobiech Richard Steele Valerie Suber Joshua Taylor Jenna Tomasello (2010) Jeremy Valadez Matthew Whittaker Redha Yaici Lisa Yanni (2010) Robert Zeiller Shakkar Zimmerman Sean Holland (2011) Adam Lucia (2008) Mariya Nikiforova Patrick Oâ€™Dea (2010) James Ortega (2010) Nicole Siggins (2009) Evan Smith (2011) Whitney Stanley (2010) Irene Su (2009) Wanessa Tillman (final year of employment) Visitor Services Yarden Abukasis (2010) Kristina Bauman (2011) Hassan Bouhov (2009) Tara Daly (2011) 45 0419.P.indd 45 3/20/12 12:20 PM VOLUNTEERS 2008â€“2011 Adriana Alcorta Jaeun Cabelle Ahn Nazanin Bagherzadeh Frances Barna Jane Barna Peggy Basemen Ann Beaton Monica Bennett Roberta Bonoff Rachel Boothby Kristyne Bowman Kristine Brennan Pat Brickett Ronald Buck Rose Buck Sandra Calmas Ann Carver Laura Cassel Flora Cherner Hillary C. Chu Carol Churchill Molly Corcoran Maureen Cotton Diane Coulopoulos Edna Crawford Judy Creegan Tucker Crum Becky Daroff Mary E. Delong Emily DeRosa Rachel Doorly Helen Eagles Edith Fenton Carolyn Ferrucci Lindsay Fisch Pat Fitzpatrick Joe Foley Phyllis Freeman Svetlana Freytsis Sam Furbush Kate Gallagher Tom Golden Nika Gorini Stefanie Gordon Gunilla Gorman Laura Gouillart Jean Gran Dick Gran Joan Griffith Alice Hannon Mary Beth Harrington Erin Hayes Kathleen Hobson Pat Houston Kate Hutchinson Joelle Jacobs Rosemarie Johnson Holladay Jonnet Jackie Kahn Julia Purdy Kim Carol Kirtz Amber Kopp Linda Lago-Kass Patricia Lane Julia Lee Cara Lodigiani Emily Lovering Paula Lyon Green Kaitlin MacLean Svitlana Malykhina Melissa Manchester Margaret McCormick William McDonald Julia Metzidakis Marlene Mihalsky Alejandro Milberg Leslie Millar Karen Moffitt Lauren Murphy Jesse Needleman Allison Newman Ryan Nichols Stacey Oâ€™Rourke Margaret Perkins Joanna Proulx Robin Ray Barbara Reich Jane Reid Sally Reid Sunny Rodriguez Hillary Rollwagen Stephanie Ronan Deborah Roth Hinako Sato Marilyn Silverman Jacqueline Solis Lillian Sonnenberg Madeline Spadea Gloria Speranza Claire Spollen Whitney Stanley Marcia Stein-Adams Timothy J. Steiner Faith Stimson Meg Sweeting Patricia Taupier Michele Thomas Sally Todd Janice Todd Sheila A. Travi Amiee Vendetti Susan Weeks Margo Wereta Lee Wetter Eunice White Sara Wiepking Crystal Wilcox Jane Wiseman Suzi Wojdyslawski Brandy Wolfe 46 0419.P.indd 46 3/20/12 12:20 PM INTERNS 2008–2011 Margaret Aiken Christina An Elizabeth Boyd Madeline Buxton Ann Carver Lauren Cattey Carol Chung Meredith Crosbie Carly Crouse Kimberly Crozier Emily DeRosa Brian DeVito Kara Duval Sara Egan Amanda Esteves-Kraus (Steamboat) Adam Fischer Samantha Furbush Charlotte Gardiner Matthew Goodman Margaret Gribbell Ariel Hagan Andrew Haggarty Brie Hanuszek Hannah Hoyt Katherine Hutchinson Richie Iskra Molly Katchpole David Kates Erin Kelly (von Hess) Julianne Kiley Miriam Klingler (von Hess) Tedja Kokoneshi Derin Korman Matthew Lincoln (Steamboat) Nicole Lopes Melissa MacPhee Nicole March Brianna Martineau Tara Mayes Eric McCurdy Anna Moir Maggie Owens Moran Ryan Nichols Alexander Noelle Brett O’Brien Anna O’Hara Sarah O’Leary Colleen O’Shea Lara Ogel Maarit Ostrow Clare Quinlan (Steamboat) Lindsay Rabkin Maddie Raffel Erica Ruane Joseph Saravo Rashmi Sharma Kimberly Shreve Alana Silva Allison Smith (von Hess) Kaitlyn Soares Sarah Stanford Whitney Stanley Emma Steinkraus (Steamboat) Alya Sulaiman Olivia Thomas (von Hess) Amelia Walske 47 0419.P.indd 47 3/20/12 12:20 PM EXPERIENCE AN INTIMATE CONNECTION WITH ART BUILD ON A LEGACY OF ARTS PATRONAGE AND INNOVATION REVIVE YOUR CREATIVE SPIRIT Each encounter with the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is truly unique. 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