FY2015–16 OCT. 1, 2015–SEPT. 30, 2016
ANNUAL REPORT A summary of activities for AUBURN UNIVERSITY’S JULE COLLINS SMITH MUSEUM OF FINE ART
from our permanent collection including Kuniyoshi's Circus Girl Resting to Smithsonian American Art Museum
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in small-group tours 2,872 K-12 students 849 Outreach participants 506 Other art encounters 308 Homeschool students 230 College students
20% annual increase
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UNIQUE WEB VISITORS
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5 new members
in JCSM’s Permanent Collection
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
HOW CAN I HELP YOU?
150% annual increase
63% annual increase
art changing lives
14,000 VIDEO VIEWS
Cost to the visitor for a unique art experience at JCSM
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WHAT’S INSIDE 02 DASHBOARD 05 INTRODUCTION 08 FINANCIAL OVERVIEW 10 VISION & STRATEGIC PLAN 13 EXHIBITIONS 19 ACQUISITIONS 32 PROGRAMS 36 MEMBERSHIP 41 SUPPORT 47 ADVISORY BOARD 48 DOCENTS & VOLUNTEERS 49 STAFF
JULE COLLINS SMITH MUSEUM OF FINE ART AUBURN UNIVERSITY
ANNUAL REPORT FY2015–16
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University (JCSM) is an academic unit reporting to the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. JCSM’s Annual Report is published annually by JCSM and is distributed to museum members and others in the arts communities.
This publication is supported in part by Davis Direct, Inc.
© 2017 Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University. Auburn University is an equal opportunity educational institution/employer.
INTRODUCTION LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR MARILYN LAUFER
Since we opened to the public in October of 2003, we have created various summaries of our activities for in-house analysis or for presentations to the university administration and our Advisory Board members; however, this is the first time we have produced an Annual Report to share with all of our colleagues and constituencies.
OUR ANNUAL REPORT: TAKES STOCK OF AND REFLECTS ON all museum activities. SETS FUTURE GOALS and objectives. Acknowledges you and EXPRESSES GRATITUDE. Measuring our accomplishments, as well as our challenges, affords us valuable insights about our implementation of best practices as an accredited museum and inspires us to meet the very high standards we have set for ourselves. The quality and range of our collections continues to grow with the support of donors and such groups as the 1072 Society, resulting in the museum’s collections becoming one of this university’s great resources. Faculty requests to access these collections for teaching and student projects are reaching an all-time high, and we find ourselves pressed for space and staff to accommodate everyone. In fact, this increased demand is apparent in all of our programs, from K-12 tours and classes to our growing demographics of retirees. Because of this, we spent much of 2015–16 working with consultants from Museum Insights to develop a strong strategic building plan that identified how future renovation and
expansion would enable us to increase our services and meet the growing expectations of our audiences who have come to recognize JCSM as an essential component in the cultural and educational life of our campus and community. Our exhibition program continues to introduce meaningful and thought-provoking educational opportunities. Being relevant in an ever-changing and challenging world requires that the museum staff address a wide range of ideas and aspects of history, art and material culture in our exhibitions and through the more than 200 programs we provide annually. Reaching and engaging the many audiences that stretch across campus and community has been exciting as we balance social media and new digital technologies with the tried and true method of print. Our success in this area has resulted in various awards and acknowledgments from professional organizations such as the American Alliance of Museums and the Southeastern Museums Conference. As a counterbalance to reporting on JCSM’s many activities and achievements, we have also included our Strategic Plan for 2017–22. Over the next five years, it is our hope to focus the museum’s artistic, human and financial resources on making the JCSM experience a rewarding and dynamic participatory journey for all of our visitors. Our goals and objectives convey our strong vision for the future as well as our core values. All of us at JCSM do this because this is Auburn.
INTRODUCTION | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
INTRODUCTION WE FOSTER THE TRANSFORMATIVE
power of art
MISSION STATEMENT Art changes lives. Our mandate within the larger mission of Auburn University is to preserve, enhance, research and interpret the collections entrusted to us. Through the presentation of compelling exhibitions and programs to our diverse audiences, we foster the transformative power of art.
JCSM CORE VALUES STATEMENT Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University acknowledges that the following points are the guiding principles by which we will work and plan for the future of this institution.
POWER OF ART: Central to our core values is the belief in the transformative powers of art. We are dedicated to providing our audience with unparalleled experience of direct interaction with a unique work of art whether through our diverse exhibition schedule or through our museum's growing permanent collections. These works of art are at the heart of our museum identity.
PROFESSIONALISM: In all we do, we will treat all colleagues, visitors, and staff members with respect, recognizing that we are at all times representatives of JCSM, the University, and the museum profession. Together, we welcome the responsibility of being accountable for the care and preservation of those collections entrusted to us.
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION: Key to our mission is providing a welcoming learning environment for our faculty, students, community and regional members. It is our intention that through academic research, visual appreciation and direct encounters with visual expression from different eras and places of origin, we will provide significant and possibly even life-changing educational opportunities. In teaching that art is the result of discipline, study and the ability to face the uncertainties of creative experimentation, we encourage all students with diverse experiences to explore new and challenging ideas.
LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION: We will strive to achieve best practices in all we do and to empower and encourage those around us to discover original ways to motivate and inspire. The creative expression that is central to our institution shapes how we will plan, teach and face challenges.
DIVERSE COMMUNITY: We are committed to reaching and sustaining a broad audience base representative not only of our whole university but also of our entire regional community. As we expand our constituency, we seek to be all-inclusive and not discriminate against race, creed, color, religion, age, disabilities, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political opinions or affiliations, and veteran status.
INTRODUCTION | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
FINANCIAL OVERVIEW Financial security is of utmost importance to art museums and other cultural institutions that rely heavily on charitable giving. For JCSM to be able to fulfill its mission to “foster the transformative power of art,” it needs to have sufficient funding to make it all possible. Over the past 10 years, JCSM has achieved financial stability and sustainability through continued base-budget funding from Auburn University, through generous support from our constituents, through long-term financial investments, and through earned income from our museum shop and venue rentals. With dependable funding sources and sensible spending practices in place, the museum is able to undertake activities that benefit our visitors, our collections, and Auburn University. The following is an overview of our financial figures for FY2015–16.
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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
VISION STATEMENT Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art serves as the cultural touchstone of Auburn University and as such, we strive to be among the preeminent university art museums in our nation. We are committed to creating positive museum experiences and providing enriching personal journeys across diverse academic disciplines and our multi-cultural communities.
VISION & 2017–22 STRATEGIC PLAN
GOALS I: Advance JCSM’s Collections and Exhibitions program in support of its education mission, and to nurture discourse on creative visual expression of the past, the present, and the future
Develop an excellent, vibrant and varied threeyear advance exhibition schedule that is relevant to the university and the community and continues to build upon JCSM’s solid reputation as a university art museum Develop the permanent collection
II: Engage a wide-ranging and diverse audience and focus on their participant journey as part of the museum experience
Find ways to better understand the needs and expectations of our museum participants
Cultivate greater participation within the community through membership
Find ways to engage both traditional and non-traditional museum partners across curricula
VISION & STRATEGIC PLAN | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
III. Create an open learning environment
Continue to enhance our academic discourse as a university art museum
Engage Auburn University students and faculty
Engage Kâ€“12 students, teachers and their families
Present a wide variety of interpretive information in a way that will encourage a more open dialogue
Create a user-friendly digital environment for access to museum collections and other resources
IV. Cultivate a collegial, creative and sustainable working environment that allows for personal and professional development that will better serve the museum
Provide ongoing enrichment and informative opportunities for staff members, volunteers and Advisory Board members
Encourage all stakeholders to approach their work with curiosity and imagination that will make us a compelling 21st century museum
Improve communication between departments to keep entire staff well-informed on all aspects of museum activities
V. Enhance Financial Resources
Increase an expanded donor base
Raise funds for needed building expansion
Establish sufficient funding to support current and future staffing needs, including part-time
Seek greater emphasis on outside funding sources for exhibitions and programming
Emphasize revenue-producing activities (CafĂŠ, shop and special events)
Utilize and share university resources, and integrate JCSM into all current and future planning of Auburn University
EXHIBITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
EXHIBITIONS The Lost Birds Project MAR. 20, 2015–MAR. 2018 Museum Grounds The bronze memorials, by sculptor Todd McCain, are in response to extinct birds from North America. Subjects include the Passenger Pigeon, the Carolina Parakeet, the Labrador Duck, the Great Auk, and the Heath Hen.
Selected Works by Willie Cole
SEPT. 26, 2015–JAN. 10, 2016 Gallery C Paintings, photographs, prints, and sculptures by contemporary artist, Willie Cole, who served as juror for the second iteration of Out of the Box.
"The act of presenting cutting edge art is an international thing. Coming to a town and seeing that right away, you know you are not in Kansas anymore." —Willie Cole ARTIST
Along the Eastern Road:
Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido
Organized by Reading Public Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania
SEPT. 26, 2015–JAN. 10, 2016 Bill L. Harbert Gallery A complete suite of impressions by one of Japan’s most important masters of Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, augmented by a selection of comparative Japanese woodcuts in JCSM’s permanent collection.
Out of the Box:
A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
OCT. 2, 2015–OCT. 2, 2016 Lethander Art Path Artist Willie Cole juried the second cycle of the yearlong exhibition, selecting the 11 works sited along the Lethander Art Path. Out of the Box is made possible in part with funds provided by Julian Robert Haynes, in memory of Dr. Lucile McGehee Haynes, Grace and David E. Johnson, and the Susan Phillips Educational Gift Fund. Finalists’ honoraria were supported in part by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
1072 Society Exhibition NOV. 14, 2015–JAN. 24, 2016 Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Galleries Photography was this year’s focus for the museum’s collectors group, with a range of prints for consideration of acquisition from the 19th century through modern and contemporary examples.
EXHIBITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
EXHIBITIONS Winter Denizens, The Sweet Birds Sing JCSM prints depicting species that reside in Alabama during the colder months or pass through on the way to more temperate climes.
Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America:
Selected Works from the Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Collection
JAN. 30–MAY 15, 2016
"The museum reinforces, validates and authenticates what we teach in the studio classroom. It allows students to see and understand form and content in harmony; how the language of a reformed craft informs meaning." —Chuck Hemard A S S O C I AT E P R O F E S S O R, D E PA R T M E N T O F A R T
2016 Auburn University Department of Art and Art History
Studio Faculty Exhibition JAN. 23–MAR. 20, 2016 Bill L. Harbert Gallery and Gallery C The exhibition catalogue was made possible in part by Dr. Joseph Aistrup, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Auburn University. An accompanying lecture by artist Sue Coe was supported by a grant from Auburn University Special Lectures.
Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Galleries
Call and Response JUN. 18–OCT. 23, 2016 Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Galleries Auburn University faculty and staff in various academic disciplines respond creatively to works from the permanent collection.
Face to Face:
Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr. Organized by the Arkansas Art Center
APR. 2–AUG. 7, 2016 Bill L. Harbert Gallery and Gallery C This program was made possible in part by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
EXHIBITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
This Is Research SHOWCASE: The Work of Creative Scholarship
SEPT.17–OCT. 2, 2016 Grand Gallery
Camera Lucida AUG. 27, 2016–JAN. 7, 2017 Bill L. Harbert Gallery and Gallery C Organized by JCSM, Camera Lucida featured contemporary works of video art and moving digital imagery by nine international artists. This exhibition was made possible in part by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
This juried exhibition featured examples of creative scholarship by Auburn University faculty and students in the fields of fine art, performing arts, creative writing, applied design and other related disciplines. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development oversees Auburn University’s This Is Research Symposia and Creative Scholarship Showcase.
ACQUISITIONS ACQUISITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
CERAMICS Thirty objects, gift of Ronald C. Porter ’71 and Joe Price to the Porter•Price Collection: Wesley Anderegg (American, b. 1958), Yanked Man Teapot, 1995, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.01 Alice R. Ballard (American, b. 1945), Bamboo Teapot, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.02 Nancy Carman (American, b. 1950), Teapot, 2004, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.03 Beth Changstrom (American, b. 1943), Best Friend Teapot and Pair of Cups, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.04
Beth Lo (American, b. 1949), Good Children Teapot (Boy), glazed porcelain, 2015.26.21
Leslie Rosdol (American, b.1954), Beginnings Teapot, 1994, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.29
Warren MacKenzie (American, b. 1924), Faceted Teapot, glazed stoneware and cane, 2015.26.22
Ted Saupe (American, b. 1950), Teapot Form, 2008, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.30
Jody Mussoff (American, b. 1952), Woman’s Head Platter, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.24 Two works by Andy Nasisse (American, b. 1946): Black and White, 1999, glazed whiteware, 2015.26.25; Green-Eyed Jug / Purple-Eyed Jug, 2003, glazed whiteware, 2015.26.26
Burlon Craig (American, 1914–2002), Face Jug, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.05
Joan Takayama-Ogawa (American, b. 1955), Anthurium Teabag Teapot, 2001, glazed earthenware with lustres and applied beads, 2015.26.27
Sandy Culp (American, contemporary), Bonsai Teapot, ceramic with terra sigillata and found stones, 2015.26.06
Ilona Romule (Latvian, contemporary), The Games of Chameleons Teapot, glazed ceramic and cork, 2015.26.28
Two works by Baba Wagué Diakité (Malian, active in Portland, OR and Bamako, Mali, b. 1961): Frog Teapot, 1992, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.07; Dog Teapot, 1990, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.08 Lucy Dierks (American, b. 1949), Teapot, 2005, glazed porcelain, 2015.26.09 Gary Dinnen (American, b. 1953), Monkey Bath, 2004, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.10 Jack Earl (American, b. 1934), Elvis Teapot, 1995, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.11 Gerit Grimm (German, active in Madison, WI, b. 1973), Titillation Teapot, 2008, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.12 Steven Hewitt (American, contemporary), Study in Black and White, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.14 Ayumi Horie (American, b. 1969), Monkey Teapot, glazed earthenware, 2015.26.15 Ron Kovatch (American, b. 1953), Gender, ceramic, painted wood, and metal, 2015.26.16 D. Langford Kühn (American, contemporary), Spider Lily Vase, painted porcelain, 2015.26.17 Peter Lenzo (American, b. 1955), Bethune Clay Jughead, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.20
Noi Volkov (Russian, active in Maryland, b. 1947), Doll Teapot, 2000, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.31 Kerry Wooten (American, b. 1954), Seated Woman, 1992, white earthenware and slip, 2015.26.32 Sunkoo Yuh (South Korean, active in Georgia, b. 1960), False Start #1 Teapot, 2006, glazed ceramic, 2015.26.33 Irina Zaytceva (Russian, b. 1957), Elephant Teapot, glazed porcelain, 2015.26.34
PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS
Jimmie Lee Sudduth (American, 1910– 2007), Toto, paint on plywood, 2015.31.01
Two objects, gift of Dr. Anne Amacher:
Gift of Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Mark Thornton to the Advancing American Art Collection, dedicated to Dennis Harper for his wonderful friendship:
Louis Bouché (American, 1896–1969), untitled (cubist still-life), 1921, oil and pencil on cardboard with sandpaper appliqué, 2015.33.01 Preston Dickinson (American, 1891– 1930), untitled (landscape), watercolor and oil over pencil on paper, 2015.33.02 Gift of Sue Coe: Boardman Robinson (American, b. Canada, 1876–1952), Famine in Russia, 1916, black watercolor, white gouache, and graphite on tan board, 2016.10 Two objects, gift to the William Dunlop Collection:
Walt Kuhn (American, 1877–1949), Still Life with Red Bananas, 1941, oil on canvas, 2016.09.01 Two objects, gift to the Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Mark Thornton Collection: George Luks (American, 1867–1933), Woman in a Polka Dot Dress, pencil and brown wash, 2016.09.03
Gift of Elana Hagler: Elana Hagler (American, b. Israel, 1980), Nocturnal Breach, 2006, oil on canvas, 2016.07 (pictured p. 22) Gift of John and Helen Logue: Ray Ellis (American,1921–2013), Samford Hall, 1991, oil on canvas, 2015.32 Gift of Carlton Nell: Carlton “Corky” Nell (American, b. 1962), Composition 199, 2007, oil and wax on panel, 2015.23
Hugh Williams (American, b. 1928), untitled, also known as Dam, watercolor, 2016.09.10
Charlie Kinney (American, 1906–1991), Far Brim Ston Coming. Where Will We Go, watercolor and pencil, 2015.31.02 ACQUISITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
“Seeing a work of art in a book does it no justice—when you can be face to face with it and see the texture.” —Dakota Sumpter S E N I O R, A R T
PHOTOGRAPHS Gift of Barry Anderson via The Museum Project: Two photographs by Barry Anderson (American, b. 1945): Alabama #17â€“7, 1987, printed 2014, archival inkjet print, 2016.11.01; Sheep and Standing Stone, Avebury, 1995; printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.11.02 Gift of Mary Ann Casey: Five photographs by Frank Hunter (American, b. 1947): Light in a Summer Night, #1, archival inkjet print, 2016.05.01; Light in a Summer Night, #2, archival inkjet print, 2016.05.02; Light in a Summer Night, #3, archival inkjet print, 2016.05.03; Approaching Storm, Goodman Field, archival inkjet print, 2016.05.04; Portrait for Susan, 1996, platinum/palladium print, 2016.05.05 Gift of William Castellana: Three photographs by William Castellana (American, b. 1968): Men at Newspaper Dispenser / Lee Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, printed 2016, archival pigment print, 2016.04.01; Kids on Street Corner / Lee Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, printed 2016, archival pigment print, 2016.04.02; Boy on Bicycle / Lee Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, printed 2016, archival pigment print, 2016.04.03 Gift of Darryl Curran via The Museum Project: Darryl Curran (American, b. 1935): All About Doris, 2001, portfolio of 12 Scanograms and 8 original poems, archival inkjet print and letterpress, 2016.12.01 Darryl Curran, Menu, 1974, unique print, cyanotype and solvent transfer, 2016.12.02 Gift of Robert Fichter via The Museum Project: Two photographs by Robert Fichter (American, b. 1939): Bend in the Road 1, 2013, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.13.01; Orange, 2011, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.13.02
Gift of Kenda North via The Museum Project: Kenda North (American, b. 1951), Red Shoes, 2009, from the series Urban Pools, printed 2016, Ultrachrome pigment print, 2016.14 Gift of Sheila Pinkel via The Museum Project: Two photographs by Sheila Pinkel (American, b. 1941): Ilex Optical Co., wide open, archival inkjet print, 2016.15.01; Untitled (x-ray, light bulb), archival inkjet print, 2016.15.02 Gift of Bonnie Schiffman via The Museum Project: Three photographs by Bonnie Schiffman (American, b. 1950): Andy Warhol, 1976, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.16.01; David Lynch 2, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.16.02; Lassie, 1988, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.16.03
Gift of Robert von Sternberg via The Museum Project: Eight photographs by Robert von Sternberg (American, b. 1939): Elephant, Long Beach, California, 1972, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.01; Iao Valley, Maui, 1971, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.02; Santa Ynez River, Lompoc, California, 2011, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.03; Maneadero, Baja California, Mexico, 1984, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.04; Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 1983, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.05; Dublin, Ireland, 1968, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.06; Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia, 1984, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.07; Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone NP, 2006, printed 2016, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.08 Gift of Michael Stone via The Museum Project: Michael Stone (American, b. 1945), No Way Out, 2010, archival inkjet print, 2016.17.18
ACQUISITIONS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
Gift of the Walker Image Trust via The Museum Project: Three prints by Todd Walker (American, 1917–1998), L146 Creosote, Sky (2), offset lithograph, 2016.19.01; L22 Linda, 1969, offset lithograph, 2016.19.02; L161 Barrel Cactus, 1981, offset lithograph, 2016.19.03 Thirteen objects, museum purchase with funds provided by the 1072 Society, 2016: Thomas Annan (Scottish, 1829–1887), photogravure by James Craig Annan (1864–1946), Old Buildings in High Street, Nos. 17–27, 1868, from The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow, published 1900, 2016.01.01 Henri Cartier-Bresson (French, 1908–2004), Sunday on the Banks of the River Marne, 1938, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.02
Sebastião Salgado (Brazilian, b. 1944), The Brooks Range, Alaska, 2009, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.11 (pictured p. 25)
William Christenberry (American, 1936– 2016), Red Building in Forest, Hale County, Alabama, 1974, printed 2006, archival pigment print, 2016.01.03
Edward J. Steichen (American, b. Luxembourg, 1879–1973), Grand Prix at Longchamp: After the Races, 1907, photogravure, Aperture series, Edward Steichen, The Early Years 1900–1927, 1981, 2016.01.12
Harold Eugene “Doc” Edgerton (American, 1903–1990), Golf Swing, ca. 1938, ferrotyped gelatin silver print, 2016.01.04 Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975), Fish Market Near Birmingham, Alabama, 1936, from Ives-Sillman portfolio printed under the artist’s supervision 1971, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.05 (detail p. 15) Lewis Wickes Hine (American, 1874– 1940), Opelika, Alabama, October 1914, from the series completed for the National Child Labor Committee, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.06 André Kertész (American, b. Hungary, 1894–1985), Fire Escape, New York, 1949, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.07 Charles Nègre (French, 1820–1880), Chateau of Vallombrosa, Cannes, 1852, albumen print and waxed paper negative, 2016.01.08–.09 Gordon Parks (American, 1912–2006), Drinking Fountains, 1956, printed ca. 1980s, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.10 JCSM.AUBURN.EDU
Mark Steinmetz (American, b. 1961), Carey, Farmington, Georgia, 1996, gelatin silver print, 2016.01.13 Museum purchase with funds provided by 2015 Tiger Giving Day contributors Dr. Lourdes Betanzos, Tana Newman Branch, Nancy T. and Donald M. Conner, Al and Dudley Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Cunningham III, L. Nick Davis ’84 and Sergio Marentes, Patty and Jim Disque, Dr. Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Dr. Mark Thornton, Drs. Rebecca C. and Charles M. Hendrix, Joan and Richard Jaeger, Jim and Jenny Jenkins, J. Mark Jones, Lynn Barstis Williams Katz, Franklin and Carole Littleton, Monteigne R. Mathison, David and Renée Maurer, Maggie and Scott Phillips, William Collins Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Stanaland, Nancy Tillman, Bo and Gene Torbert, and Neali Vann: Robert A. Schaefer Jr. (American, b. 1951), Elektro Licht Kraft, 1976, printed 2010, cyanotype print, 2015.29
Museum purchase with funds provided by Dwight and Helen Carlisle in memory of Pamela Needham: Joyce Tenneson (American, b. 1945), Poppy Bouquet, 2003, printed 2014, archival pigment print, 2016.03 Museum purchase with funds provided by William Dunlop: Lisette Model (American, b. Austria, 1901– 1983), Lower East Side (woman), New York, ca. 1942, gelatin silver print, 2016.02 Museum purchase with funds provided by the Joan Cousins Hartman Endowment: Linda Connor (American, b. 1944), Library of Prayer Books, Ladakh, India, 2007, archival pigment print, 2015.28 Museum purchase in memory of Jule Collins Smith with funds provided by Joyce and Roger Lethander, Marilyn Laufer and Tom Butler, and partial gift of the artist: Chuck Hemard (American, b. 1973), #3 Okaloosa County, Florida, archival pigment print, 2016.08
PRINTS, 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY Gift of Robert Hendrickson in memory of Leonard LaRoux: Gosôtei Hirosada (Japanese, active 1826–1863, d. ca. 1865), Actor Kataoka Ichizô I as Asahina Saburô, from the series Tales of Loyalty and Heroism (Chûkô buyû den), 1848, color woodblock (moku-hanga), 2015.30 Eighty-four objects, gifts of Sheila McCartney to the Sheila J. McCartney Collection: Two related prints by Eleazar Albin (English, 1680–1741): Aluco. Huette. The Brown Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.01; Noctua minima. The Little Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.02 Three related prints by Pancrace Bessa (French, 1772–1846): Amaryllis aurea, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.03; Hypoxeys stellate, etching with hand coloring on laid paper, 2015.25.04; Moraea chinensis, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.05 Two related prints by John Curtis (English, 1791–1862): Untitled (red flowers), 1825, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.06–07 John Curtis, untitled (botanical subject), 1825, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.08 Four related prints by Edward Donovan (Irish, 1768–1837): Depictions of various owls, from Natural History of British Birds, 1796, etching and roulette with hand coloring, 2015.25.09–12 Three related prints by George Edwards (English, 1694–1773) from Natural History of Uncommon Birds, ca.1743–51: Hawk Owl, 1745, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.13; Snowy Owl, 1745, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.14; Untitled (owl), 1744, etching with hand coloring on wove paper, 2015.25.15
Seven related prints by Sydenham Edwards (Welsh, 1768–1819): Botanical subject, 1791, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.16; Botanical subject, 1791, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.17; Botanical subject, 1808, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.18; Botanical subject, 1791, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.19; Botanical subject, 1791, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.20; Botanical subject, 1790, etching in brown ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.21 John Gould (English, 1804–1881) and Elizabeth Gould (English, 1804–1841), Scops-Eared Owl, lithograph with hand coloring, 2015.25.24 Three related prints by J. W. Hill (American, 1812–1879): Untitled (various owls), lithograph with hand coloring, 2015.25.25–27 William Hooker (British, 1779–1832), Psidium cattleianum, ca. 1830, etching with roulette and stippling with hand coloring, 2015.25.28 Two related prints by Conrad Loddiges, engraved by George Cooke (English, 1781–1834): Camellia japonica knightei, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.29; Camellia oleifera, etching and aquatint with hand coloring, 2015.25.30 François Nicolas Martinet (French, 1760–1800), La Chouette, 1801, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.31 Eight related prints by Rev. F. O. Morris (Irish, 1810–1893): Little Owl, 1858, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.32; Tengmalm’s Owl, 1858, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.33; Clucking Teal, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.34; Ferruginous Duck, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.35; Gadwall, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.36; Surf Scoter, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.37; White-Headed Duck, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.38; Teal, relief engraving in black, gray, and blue ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.39
Cornelis Nozeman (Dutch, 1720–1786) and Jan Christian Sepp (Dutch, Dutch, 1739–1811), Strix Flammea, ca. 1770–1829, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.40 P. Z. S., printed by J. Smit, published by Hanhart, Ninox Forbesi, 1883, lithograph with hand coloring, 2015.25.41 Two related prints by E. D. Smith, engraved by S. Watts, published by Thomas Kelly: The Courtpendu Apple, 1830, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.42; Gansel’s Bergamot Pear, 1830, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.43 F. W. Smith, Lychnis grandiflora, 1835, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.44 J. Sowerby, (English, 1757–1822), untitled, (botanical subject, blue flower), etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.45 Four related prints by Stewart, engraved by W. H. Lizars (Scottish, 1788–1859): Eagle Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.46; Snowy Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.47; Tawny Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.48; Tengmalm’s Night-Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.49 Three related prints by Edouard Travies (French, 1809–1876): Le Barbu à gorge jaune. Le Tamatia noir et blanc. Le Tamatia à collier, engraving with hand coloring, 2015.25.50; Le Bouvreuil, Le Bruant. Le Bouvreuil Noir, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.51; Le Rossignol, Le Roitelet. La Petite Charbonnière, La Grosse Mésange, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.52 Three related prints by Pierre Jean François Turpin (French, 1775–1840): Tableau XIV, Inflorescence, engraving in colored inks with hand coloring, 2015.25.53; Tableau XXVII, Fruits, engraving in colored inks with hand coloring, 2015.25.54; Tableau XXVIII, Fruits, engraving in colored inks with hand coloring, 2015.25.55 Unidentified artist, Adoxa moschatellina, engraving with hand coloring, 2015.25.56 Unidentified artist, Barred Owl, Saw-whet Owl, plate 87 from Birds of Pennsylvania, 1890, chromolithograph, 2015.25.57
Unidentified artist, engraved by Panquet, Le Cabaret, Le Senegali, Le Maia, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.58 Unidentified artist, Cineraria waterhousiana, 1837, etching and aquatint with hand coloring, 2015.25.59 Unidentified artist, published by William MacKenzie, Coes Golden Drop Plum, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.60 Unidentified artist, published by Whittaker & Co., Golden Eagle, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.61 Unidentified artist, Eagle Owl, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.62 Unidentified artist (Dutch), Klaas Commandeur, relief print with hand coloring, 2015.25.63 Unidentified artist, published by William MacKenzie, Moorpark Apricot, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.64 Unidentified artist, Mottled Owl, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.65
Unidentified artist, U.S.P.R.R. Exp & Surveys, 38th–39th–41st Parallels, Birds, lithograph with hand coloring, 2015.25.74
Unidentified artist, Peregrine Falcon, Great Eared Owl, Common Owl, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.66
Unidentified artist, Yellow-throated Vireo, Blue-winged Warbler, Great Horned Owl, plate 19 from Birds of Pennsylvania, 1890, chromolithograph, 2015.25.75
Unidentified artist, engraved by W. H. Lizars (Scottish, 1788–1859), Roughlegged Falcon, Barred Owl, Short-eared Owl, chromolithograph, 2015.25.67 Unidentified artist, Scilla autumnalis, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.68 Unidentified artist, engraved by C. B. Ellis, Spectacled Owl, Guinea Hen, Bustard, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.69 Three related prints by unidentified artist, published by G. Graves: Strix flammea, 1811, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.70; Strix passerina, 1812, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.71; Strix studula, 1812, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.72 Unidentified artist, Tawny Owl, relief engraving in black and gray ink with hand coloring, 2015.25.73
Alexander Wilson (Scottish-American, 1766–1813) and Captain Thomas Brown (Scottish, 1785–1862), Strix Owls: Tengmalm Owl, Great Cinerous Owl, Dalhousie’s Owl, Little Passerina Owl, ca. 1808–14, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.83
Unidentified artist, published by S. Curtis, untitled (thistle), 1815, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.76 Unidentified artist, untitled (owl), etching with hand coloring, 10 x 6 ½ inches, 2015.25.77
Alexander Wilson, engraved by Warwick & S. Milne, Strix Owls: Virginia Horned Owl, Long-eared Owl, Mottled Owl…, ca. 1808–14, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.84 Alexander Wilson, engraved by W. H. Lizars, Snow Owl, Male Sparrow Hawk, etching with stenciled hand coloring, 2015.25.85
Unidentified artist, untitled (waterfowl), etching and roulette with hand coloring, 2015.25.78 Unidentified artist, published by F. P. Nodder & Co., untitled (owl), 1794, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.79 Two related prints by unidentified artist: untitled (hummingbirds), etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.80 and 81 Unidentified artist, untitled (falcon), 1790, etching with hand coloring, 2015.25.82
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PRINTS, 20TH CENTURY AND CONTEMPORARY Seven objects, gift to the Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Mark Thornton Collection: Yasuo Kuniyoshi (Japanese, active in New York, 1889–1953), Tightrope Performer, 1936, lithograph, 2016.09.02 Pablo O’Higgins (Mexican, b. America, 1904–1983), Hombre haciendo su arado (Man making his plow), 1953, lithograph, 2016.09.04 Four prints by José Clemente Orozco (Mexican, 1883–1949): Cabeza de mujer, (Head of a woman), 1944, printed 1951, drypoint, 2016.09.05; Demonio I (Demon I), 1944, printed 1951, etching, 2016.09.06; Demonio II (Demon II), 1944, printed 1951, etching, aquatint, and drypoint, 2016.09.07; Payaso tocado (Clown with hat), 1944, printed 1951, etching and aquatint, 2016.09.08 JCSM.AUBURN.EDU
Max Weber (American, b. Russia, 1881– 1961), The Balcony, 1929, lithograph, 2016.09.09 Partial gift of Florence Neal and museum purchase with funds donated in honor of Edward W. Neal, Class of 1950: Seventeen prints by Florence Neal (American, b. 1954): Brooklyn Bridge 100 Years, 1983, linoleum cut, 2015.24.01; Borba on the Niagara River, 1984, linoleum cut, 2015.24.02; Chinese New Year, 1983, linoleum cut, 2015.24.03; July 4th on the East River, 1985, linoleum cut, 2015.24.04; July 4th Through LaGuardia Houses, 1988, linoleum cut, 2015.24.05; Liberty Fireworks, 1987, linoleum cut, 2015.24.06; Red Mountain, 1986, linoleum cut, 2015.24.07; Villa d’Este 100 Years, 1984, linoleum cut, 2015.24.08; Waikiki New Year’s, 1984, linoleum cut, 2015.24.09; Winter Olympics on Lake Placid, 1984, linoleum cut, 2015.24.10; Conversation at Mt. Fuji, 2013, color woodblock print (moku-hanga), 2015.24.11; Duck Blind After the Tornado,
1984, linoleum cut, 2015.24.12; Pine Bark, 2007, linoleum cut, 2015.24.13; Riddled Ripples, 2006, linoleum cut, 2015.24.14; Riddled Ripples––Gihon River, 2006, color woodblock print (moku-hanga), 2015.24.15; Through the Veneer, 1996, drypoint, 2015.24.16; Tuscan Cedars, 2005, linoleum cut, 2015.24.17 Gift of Time Inc. Lifestyle Group: Art Werger (American, b. 1955), Neighborhood Watch, 1988, color intaglio print from two plates, 2016.20.02 Museum acquisition through the Tamarind Institute Collectors Club: Nick Cave (American, b. 1959), Amalgam (Brown), 2015, four-color lithograph, 2015.27
SCULPTURE Gift of Greg Brown: Roger Brown (American, 1941–1997), Galvanized Temple, 1985, galvanized steel, 2015.22 Gift of Tom Butler and Marilyn Laufer in honor of Joyce and Roger Lethander’s Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary: John Himmelfarb (American, b. 1946), Modern Burden, 2009, earthenware, 2015.20
“When people ask me, why trucks? I try to turn the question back to them and say, why, not? What if I’m painting apples, would you ask me then? And then, we get a conversation going.” —John Himmelfarb ARTIST
Gift of Ralph Hubbard: Ralph Hubbard (American, 1934–2016), Peacock Bowl, 2015, segmented and turned wood: purple heart, bubinga, ebony, and holly, 2016.06
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Museum purchase with funds provided by J. Mark Jones and Prestige Properties: John Morgan (American, b. 1956), Artful Dodger, 2015, poplar, basswood, lacewood, birch plywood, brass, copper, cast acrylic, enamel, and acrylic paint, driven by five electric motors controlled by switches, relays, and timers, 2015.21 (pictured right, detail p.19) Four objects, gift of Ronald C. Porter ’71 and Joe Price to the Porter•Price Collection: Mana D. C. Hewitt (American, b. 1952), Man Power, 2007, etched copper, brass hardware, plywood, hardboard, and foam substrates, 2015.26.13 Curt LaCross (American, b. 1966), Tear the Memories from My Eyes, painted ceramic and mixed media, 2015.26.18 Cam Langley (American, 1948–2013), Blue Flower, blown glass in five components, 2015.26.19 Edgar A. McKillop (American, 1879– 1950), Bird of Prey, wood and glass eyes, 2015.26.23 Gift of Time Inc. Lifestyle Group: Edward Moulthrop (American, 1916–2003), Saturn Bowl, 1989, figured tulipwood, 2016.20.01 (pictured p. 31)
"It would be a delight to me if parents who were introduced to [Artful Dodger] in 2015 would remember the experience, and one day return to give their children the opportunity to interact with it as well.” —John Morgan ARTIST AND GRAPHIC DESIGN PROFESSOR
PROGRAMS PROGRAMS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015â€“16
PROGRAMS ARTIST LECTURES Sue Coe, opening reception for the Department of Art and Art History Studio Faculty Exhibition Willie Cole, juror, Out of the Box: A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition John Morgan, Artful Dodger FILM@JCSM: The Artists of Camera Lucida with Jillian Mayer, Rob Carter and Rick Silva L. to R.: Sue Coe, Marilyn Laufer and Zdenko Krtic
Out of the Box with Mike Wsol (first-place winner), Hanna Jubran (honorable mention) and Heath Matysek-Snyder (finalist) (Heath Matysek-Snyder's Kominy-NBS Explore, detail p. 13)
FILMS FILM@JCSM: Found in Translation FILM@JCSM: Portraits of the Artists Italian Film Festival (co-sponsored by Auburn’s Office of International Programs and Multicultural Center) Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers National Gallery Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict The Wind Rises
"Kids can learn so much through practical work and creativity." John Morgan explaining the inner workings of Artful Dodger
—Andrea Vazsonyi PA R E N T
K-12 PROGRAMS Artypants Art Changing Lives Art Exposure for area homeschool students Auburn Studio Project Boys & Girls Club tours and hands-on activities Camp Kaleidoscope Classroom visits with Dean Road Elementary, South Smith Station Elementary and Lee-Scott Academy Exploring Art with Therapeutic Recreation Fall and spring K–12 Art Clubs Gameday Art Club at Auburn vs. University of Idaho Museum Tailgate at Out of the Box: A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
Auburn University student gives an art talk.
“Working on A Little Art Talk presentations gives students the essential experience of scholarly art history research….they can consider aesthetics, questions of style, materiality and scale.” —Emily Burns A S S I S TA N T P R O F E S S O R
#noframe SpringBoard stART! SummerNight Downtown Artwalk Teen Art Club Teen Takeover
READINGS, TALKS AND LECTURES A Little Art Talk Third Thursday Poetry Series
“Me, Myself and I” with Brad Cushman in conjunction with Face to Face: Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr.
A Little Lunch Music
“The Floating World: Japanese Art at JCSM” a series of talks presented by JCSM and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn
Museum After Hours featuring Cullars Improvisational Rotation and guests
DNA of a Southern Boy with author Albert J. Smith Jr. The Invention of Nature: Alexander Humboldt’s New World with author Andrea Wulf The Missouri River Journals of John James Audubon with author Daniel Patterson PROGRAMS | ANNUAL REPORT, FY2015–16
When someone joins an organization, becomes a member, they are indicating that they have made a choice to belong, to take part in something in which they believe. JCSM would like to acknowledge all of our wonderful members, those who can only stay in touch through online visits because they live far away, as well as those who participate on a weekly basis through our many events and activities. We welcome every single member as part of our museum family and thank them for their continued support.
FOUNDERS Dr. and Mrs. Milton Alexander Anders Enterprises, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Andrus Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Baker Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bendinger Mr. and Mrs. Thilo Best Dr. and Mrs. William Boulton Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Owen Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert T Buisson Mr. and Mrs. H. Speer Burdette III Mr. Daniel M. Bush Mr. James Carl Buston III Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kyle Butler Mr. Edmund Rasha Cannon Ms. Lucinda Samford Cannon Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Lester Carlisle Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chambliss Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Chase Mr. and Mrs. William Amos Cleveland Mrs. Danny Sue Conner Mr. Donald Moates Conner Mr. James Abner Conner Dr. Ann Cousins and Mr. Thomas Cousins Mr. George Robert Creel III Mrs. Louise Creel Mrs. Catherine Bailey Crowder Mrs. Sara McCall Curry Mrs. Dorothy Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Davis Jr. Dr. Carol McLaughlin Dell Hon. and Mrs. John V. Denson II Dr. Jackie Diener Mr. and Mrs. William Elbert Dillard Jr. Mrs. Ingrid T. Doerstling Mr. and Mrs. Barry Martin Dorman Dr. Ralph B. Draughon Jr. Mr. Charles M. Duggan Jr. Mrs. Dara Miller Duggan Mrs. Reeder P. Dulaney Mr. Francis William Dunlop East Alabama Medical Center Dr. Mark Thornton and Dr. Robert Ekelund Jr. Mr. Wesley Crosby Ellis Dr. and Mrs. Ben Hurst Freeman Mrs. Marjorie M. Galloway
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Don Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Miller Gorrie Dr. Mary Gregg and Mr. Happy Gregg Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Batey Moore Gresham Jr. Mrs. Betty Grisham Mrs. Ruth Gynther Dr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Hagler Mr. and Mrs. William Forrester Ham Jr. Dr. Nancy Johnson Haring Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Beseler Harris Mr. Robert A. Harris Jr. Mr. Robert Alexander Harris Mr. and Mrs. John Pou Hartsfield Dr. and Mrs. John Green Heilman Mr. and Mrs. John Hembree Jr. Mr. Henry Henderson Ms. Ursula Higgins Mr. Stephen Garrard Hill Mrs. Marleah K. Hobbs Mrs. Judy L. Holmes Mr. Andrew P. Hornsby Jr. Dr. Susan S. Hubbard and Mr. Michael G. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes Dr. and Mrs. Richard Jaeger Ms. Dora Hanson James Dr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Jr. Dr. Benjamin H. Johnson III Jones Prestige Properties Inc. Mr. James Mark Jones Mrs. Sara Edwards Kenan Dr. Edward E. Kern III Mrs. Tee C. Kern Mrs. Erwin D. Key Mr. and Mrs. Dave Knoke Dr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Large Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Leighton Dr. Gerald S. Leischuck Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lethander Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pearson Lethander Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lamar Lewis Hon. Ted Little Mr. and Mrs. Dowe Williams Littleton Dr. and Mrs. Taylor Littleton Mrs. Julie Perryman Lock Dr. and Mrs. Don Logan Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lovett Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Lowder
Dr. David L. Martin and Dr. Catherine R. Perricone Dr. and Mrs. James Martin Mary Elizabeth Stallworth Foundation Dr. and Mrs. D. Robert McGinnis Dr. Wayne L. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Earlon Curtis McWhorter Dr. Mary Virginia M. Moore Ms. Susan Moore Mrs. Julia Moreman Mr. David Morris Jr. Dr. David E. Morris Dr. and Mrs. William Muse Mr. and Mrs. Behzad Nakhjavan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Needham Mr. and Mrs. William Neville III Mr. and Mrs. William Vinkley Neville Jr. Mrs. Anita Nielsen Dr. Douglas Lowry Nielsen Dr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd Nix Mr. Frank Nowakowski Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Timothy O’Connor Dr. and Mrs. Paul Franklin Parks Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Penaskovic Mr. and Mrs. Allen Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Phillips Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pick III Mrs. Anne Galt Pilcher Dr. Stuart B. Price Jr. Ms. Barbara Pritchard Mrs. J’Anne Smith Rawson Mrs. Carolyn Brinson Reed Regions Bank Dr. and Mrs. Edward Ray Richardson Dr. and Mrs. Francis Robicheaux Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Royal Jr. Mrs. Mary Austill Samford Dr. William I. Sauser Jr. and Dr. Lane D. Sauser Dr. Debbie L. Shaw Mr. Stanley Joe Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs. Albert James Smith III Mr. Albert James Smith Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Reid Smith Mr. David Frank Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vernon Smith Mrs. Susan Sheridan Smith Mr. William C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Spencer Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph Spina Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Edward Stanaland State Farm Companies Foundation Mr. Gerald Austin Stephens Sr. Mr. Jack Durant Stephens Mrs. Jeane B. Stone Mr. William Leary Stone Mrs. Christine Malone Street Mr. Carl Summers Jr. Mrs. Renee R. Tillery Mrs. Joy L. Tomasso Hon. Clement C. Torbert Jr. and Mrs. Gene H. Torbert Mr. and Mrs. Foster Carlisle Towery Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Floyd Vest III Mr. and Mrs. C. Noel Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. William Warnock Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas Watkins Mrs. Shirley P. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barry Whatley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Ervin Willock Ms. Jean Woodham Mrs. Lillian Ziadeh
CONNOISSEURâ€™S Mr. L. Nick Davis and Mr. Sergio Marentes Ms. Mary C. Dixon Dr. William O. Haynes Mr. and Mrs. David Edward Johnson Mr. and Mrs. David B. Paradice Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas Smith Dr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Swartz Ms. Jane Luster Williams
PATRON Dr. Joseph and Dr. Shelley Aistrup Mr. and Mrs. Walker R. Bickerstaff Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown Mr. James E and Mrs. Sally Quillian Gates Mr. and Mrs. David E. Housel Dr. and Mrs. John M. Mason Ms. Janet Nolan
BENEFACTOR Mr. David K. Braly and Mr. Mark Montoya Drs. Barry and Mary Burkhart Mr. and Mrs. Al Cook Mr. and Mrs. James Disque Dr. and Mrs. Steve R. Duke Mr. Paul Scharff and Ms. Polly G. Fraser Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Greenleaf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hecht Dr. Dean G. Hoffman and Dr. Gail Coblick Hoffman Dr. Lynn Barstis Williams Katz Mr. George F. Kent Dr. and Mrs. George Kozlowski Dr. and Mrs. Delos McKown Dr. Ann B. Pearson Dr. and Mrs. William N. Pugh Ms. Teresa Rodriguez Dr. John E. Saidla Mrs. Mamie Sellers Mr. William G. Sewell Dr. Steve Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Mark Spencer Ms. Micki Beth Stiller Dr. and Mrs. Frank Uhlig Mr. and Mrs. William A. Tennant Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wade Mrs. Janice Moseley Watson Drs. Andrew and Jackie Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Todd Williams Mr. and Mrs. K. Ted Wilson Dr. Emmett Winn Drs. Lauren and Virginia Wolfe
SUSTAINING Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brantley Mr. James V. Burleson Mr. Tom Butler and Dr. Marilyn Laufer Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Cannon III Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel P. Chesnut Drs. James A. and Miriam Marty Clark Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Coutts Ms. Fran H. Cronenberg Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. Cox Mrs. Carol E. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Delaney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dyas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans Mr. Jerry W. and Dr. Margaret Fitch-Hauser Dr. and Mrs. William C. Flick Mr. Martin M. Freeman Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Giordano Dr. Michael Watkins and Dr. Jody Graham Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hairston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Harper Mrs. Pamela E. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hood Dr. Robert F. Ingram Mr. Edward F. Jacob Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jakeman Ms. Barbara C. Johnson Mr. William and Dr. Frances Kochan Mr. Paul and Dr. Margaret Kouidis Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wayne Langston Ms. Molly Lee Col. and Mrs. Larry Leonard Dr. and Mrs. Terry C. Ley Mrs. Elizabeth D. Lipscomb Dr. and Mrs. George H. Mathison Dr. and Mrs. David A. Maurer Mr. and Mrs. William E. McElveen Mr. Jerry O. Moody Dr. Jane B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Laurence S. Morgan Dr. and Mrs. M. Dean Neptune Dr. and Mrs. Luke Oeding Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. William L. Parker Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Phelps Dr. and Mrs. Joel Pittard Mr. Thomas F. Roney and Dr. Kay Finney Roney Mrs. Jayne M. Rushin Dr. and Mrs. Richard Saba Mr. Robert A. Schaefer Jr. and Mr. George S. Trahanis Dr. Stephen Schmidt and Dr. Margaret Craig-Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schmidt Dr. Peter Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Shevlin Dr. Edward Sikora and Mrs. Angela Dee Mr. Barton D. and Dr. Martha R. Skelton Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Spivey
Dr. David M. Stanbury and Dr. Lorraine W. Wolf Dr. Steven Mark Swidler and Mrs. Elaine S. Kornitzky Mr. and Mrs. Craig Tharpe Ms. Neali B. Vann Dr. and Mrs. Charles Veale Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chad Wachter Mr. Gary Wagoner and Ms. Scott Bishop Wagoner Mr. and Mrs. John A. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Westmoreland Mr. Herbert White Mr. and Mrs. William Warner Williams Sr. Dr. and Mrs. James N. Wilmoth Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wilmoth Mr. and Mrs. Scott Woodard
FAMILY Dr. and Mrs. Murray Adams Mr. and Mrs. Karl Albright Mr. and Mrs. William L. Alford Dr. Kenneth Maxwell Autrey Jr. and Ms. Janne W. Debes Mr. and Mrs. David R. Autry Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ballard Dr. and Mrs. James Sanford Bannon Dr. and Mrs. John P. Beasley Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Benefield Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Boblett Rev. and Mrs. Jere Scott Bradshaw Dr. and Mrs. Gene A. Bramlett Mr. and Mrs. William Brannen Dr. and Mrs. William Brawner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Brennan Dr. and Mrs. Philip L. Brewer Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bright Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burkhalter Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cadenhead Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt E. Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Chastain Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cleveland Dr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Coker Dr. Marsha W. Coker Mr. and Mrs. Al Cook
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Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Crider Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crockett Drs. Jacob and Fenny Dane Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dean Dr. John Carroll Dennis and Ms. Barbara Pouncey Steele Dr. F. Stephen Dobson and Ms. Julia D. Kjelgaard Captain and Mrs. David M. Donan Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Dugas Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duncan Maj Gen and Mrs. Charles Ernest Edgar Mr. and Mrs. Reid Edstrom Dr. Diana Eidson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Farmer Drs. Zach and Alisha Farris Dr. and Mrs. Mark Fischman Dr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Flynt Mr. and Mrs. Michael Freeman Dr. Allen Furr and Dr. Abby Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephen Gosser ‘86 Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Graves Mr. and Mrs. John F. Greene Dr. and Mrs. William Matthew Guynn Mr. William and Dr. Mary Gwin Dr. and Mrs. James D. Hanson Dr. and Mrs. Terrill R. Hanson Dr. Nathaniel B. Hardy and Dr. Cory Unruh Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hare Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrington Dr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Hartwell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haughery
Drs. Robert W. and Jo W. Heath Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemard III Drs. Charles and Rebecca Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. John P. Henley Dr. and Mrs. David B. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill Mr. and Mrs. Miles E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. James Walker Hodo Mr. Terry Kelley and Ms. Andrea Holliday Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. David S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Cliff Lange Mr. and Mrs. Dennis LeBleu Mr. Pat Boblett and Mrs. Susan L. Lee Dr. Douglas Leonard and Ms. Jane C. Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levy Mr. and Mrs. Gary Loper Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Martin III Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. McCullers Mr. and Mrs. John Melkerson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Millman Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Murray Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Myers Dr. T. and Dr. Soma Nagendran Mr. and Mrs. Warner Neal Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petrey Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cary Pick Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Prather Dr. and Mrs. Steven D. Presley Mr. and Mrs. David S. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. Ristad Dr. Brian E. Vaughn and Ms. Lauren Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Jack W. Rogers Jr.
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Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Rygiel Dr. William and Dr. Lane Sauser Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Schrantz Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Loyd Smith Jr. Drs. John and Carolyn Tamblyn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Townes Mr. and Mrs. James Townsend Dr. and Mrs. William F. Trimble Dr. James Truman and Dr. Hilary Wyss Dr. and Mrs. John T. Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. John Western Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Williams Col. and Mrs. John R. Wingfield III Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Womer Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Wood Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woody Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil M. Yarbrough Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Yarbrough III
INDIVIDUAL Ms. Addie Adams Mrs. Diana D. Adams Mrs. Seth C. Anderson Ms. Lindsey Y. Baker Dr. Jan E. Bartels Dr. Martha V. Beckett Ms. Cyndy Bentley Ms. Amy Bertocci Mrs. Stacey Blersch Ms. Carol Boegemann Ms. Barb Bondy Rev. Bruce Bowers Ms. Susan Braden Mrs. Kathleen L. Broda Dr. Elizabeth Burgess Ms. Barbara W. Cain Mrs. June M. Calkins Ms. Mary Catherine Clem Dr. Clara A. Clothiaux Mrs. Randy Luxenberg Cottier Mrs. Gibbs D. Couch Dr. Ross Ann Craig Ms. Lil Cross
Ms. Marcia Darnell Mr. Dennis Drake Ms. Kimble Eastman Mrs. Stephanie Ennis Dr. John Frandsen Mrs. Sherry Freeman Mr. Michael Garrett Ms. Elmira Gilbert Dr. Robert Gitzen Mr. Lewis Taft Glenn Mrs. Elizabeth R. Golden Mrs. Carol C. Goodwyn Mrs. Jean Goodwyn Mrs. Carline R. Green Mrs. Sybil D. Gross Mrs. Sadel Guven Dr. David M. Hall Mrs. Jean Hanson Mr. Carl Harris Mrs. Judy Byrd Harris Mrs. Debbie Hartman Mrs. Jacqueline A. Hartman Dr. Anne Harzem Dr. Virginia Hayes Ms. Camilla Hirschel Mrs. Joan Mize Holder Mr. Hillman R. Holland Mrs. Margaret E. Holler Mrs. Lynn Hornsby Ms. Vicki Evans Hough Ms. Rae Hunter Mrs. Edith Von Seeberg Jones Mrs. Virginia Jones Ms. Jennifer Joos Mrs. Jan Jung Mr. Roderick F. Kelly Dr. Ann Karen Knipschild Ms. Amy J. Krietemeyer Mrs. Harriet J. Landrum Mrs. Gail Langley Mrs. Leonard LaRoux Mrs. Earlene Lingle Ms. Mary Wood Littleton Ms. Annette Lovett Mrs. Alice J. Lumpkin Ms. Nancy Martin Ms. Brenda Mattson
Ms. Sheila J. McCartney Mrs. Elisabeth McCorcle Mrs. Price McLemore Jr. Mrs. Doris Miller Ms. Elizabeth Motherwell Mrs. Peggy A. Murphy Mr. Edward W. Neal Mr. John Franklin Norton Ms. K.T. Owens Mrs. Floyd Hayley Parks Ms. Mary Louise Patterson Mrs. Barbara Patton Ms. Kate Redmond Ms. Gwendolyn Ferris Reid Mrs. Susan Reynolds Mrs. Nancy H. Roberts Mrs. Mardelle Rockwell Ms. Marilyn Sanford Mrs. Eugenia R. Smith â€˜85 Mrs. Susan H. Stanley Ms. Linda F. Stark Ms. Peggy A. Stelpflug Ms. Deborah Strawn Mrs. Janet M. Taylor Mrs. Everett Tennant Ms. Ann P. Thorington Ms. Mary Dixon Torbert Mrs. Virginia Transue Ms. Silvia Vilches Mr. Richard Walker Mrs. Myrna Walker Dr. Carol L. Warfield Mrs. Deborah S. Weiss Ms. Anne Welch Dr. Donna H. West Mrs. Sarah M. Wiggins Mrs. Sharon C. Windham Ms. Margaret M. Wright Mrs. Glynda A. Wright Mrs. Yong-Hye Yoo Mrs. Cathy Zevac
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CHARITABLE GIFTS COME AND REVEAL YOUR TRUST IN OUR MISSION.
As a part of Auburn University and under the umbrella of the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, JCSM is funded by the university that owns the building, grounds and provides utilities, staff salaries, security and insurances, among many other things. We think of Auburn as providing the strong framework on which we are able to build, because all of our programs, projects, exhibitions, and acquisitions are possible only because of the generosity of our donors, supporters and members. We are truly appreciative of this support, ranging from donating five dollars at the front door to establishing an endowment or underwriting an exhibition. All of these charitable gifts come from the heart and reveal that you trust in our mission. To all of you who have been part of JCSM, thank you for believing that at JCSM, Art Changes Lives.
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SUPPORT 1072 SOCIETY Dr. and Mrs. William E. Barrick Mr. and Mrs. Walker Reynolds Bickerstaff Sr. Mrs. R. Platt Boyd Jr. Dr. Susan R. Braden Mr. David K. Braly and Mr. Mark Montoya Dr. and Mrs. Philip L. Brewer Dr. Conner Bailey and Ms. Lisa Brouillette Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Chase Mr. N. Pat and Mrs. Veronica Chesnut Dr. Ann D. Cousins Dr. Stephen P. Schmidt and Dr. Margaret C. Craig-Schmidt Dr. Ruth Catherine Crocker Dr. Jacob H. and Dr. Fennechiena K. Dane Dr. Kenneth M. Autrey Jr. and Ms. Janne W. Debes Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillard Mr. and Mrs. James Disque Dr. and Mrs. James L. Dobie Dr. Ralph B. Draughon Jr. Mr. Parker E. and Dr. Melanie A. Duffey Dr. Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Dr. Mark Thornton Mr. Martin Moss Freeman Mrs. Sally Quillian Gates Mrs. Margaret Gluhman Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hagler Mr. and Mrs. John Hartsfield Dr. Anne L. Harzem Mr. and Mrs. Michael Read Haughery Mr. Julian R. and Dr. Lucile M. Haynes Ms. Ursula Higgins Dr. Richard Jaeger Mrs. Joan C. Jaeger Dr. and Mrs. James M. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. David Edward Johnson Mr. Mark Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thornton F. Jordan Dr. Lynn Katz Mrs. Tee C. Kern Dr. and Mrs. Price Kloess Mr. Tom Butler and Dr. Marilyn Laufer
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lethander Mr. and Mrs. Todd Lethander Mrs. Carolyn Levy Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Taylor Littleton Dr. David L. Martin and Dr. Catherine Perricone Ms. Sheila J. McCartney Dr. and Mrs. Wayne L. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Millman Dr. Gary R. Mullen Mr. and Mrs. William V. Neville Jr. Dr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd Nix Ms. Janet Nolan Mrs. Judith W. Nunn Dr. and Mrs. Paul Parks Dr. Ann B. Pearson Ms. Joan Conley Penrod Mrs. Julie Perryman Mr. and Mrs. Lyman W. Phillips Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips Dr. Stuart B. Price Jr. Mrs. Carolyn Reed Dr. and Mrs. Edward R. Richardson Dr. John E. and Mrs. Janice Ham Saidla Mr. Richard Saliba Mr. David and Mrs. Murriel Scarborough Mr. Albert James Smith Jr. Mrs. Jule Collins Smith Mrs. Susan Mitchell Smith Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas Smith Mr. William Collins Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Spencer Dr. and Mrs. Gene Stanaland Mrs. Jeane Stone Mrs. Renee Tillery Ms. Nancy Virginia Tillman Hon. and Mrs. Clement Torbert Mrs. Janice Moseley Watson Dr. Andrew M. and Dr. Jacqueline G. Weaver Ms. Jane Luster Williams Mrs. Lil Ziadeh 2016 JCSM Docents
Friends of Dr. Leonard LaRoux Friends of Dr. Joanne McLaughlin Tiger Giving Day Donors 2015
BUSINESS PARTNERS Alabama Contract Sales, Inc AuburnBank Auburn-Opelika Tourism Bureau Behind the Glass Inc Family Properties, LLC Four Seasons Landscape Leonard Peterson & Co., Inc Machen McChesney & Chastain Opelika Auburn News Pet Vet Animal Hospital R. Alexander Gallery Tallapoosa Publishers, Inc Technical & Scientific Application, Inc. Tiger Town Embroidery & Screenprinting Ursula’s Catering Wild Birds Unlimited
IN-KIND Ace Hardware Kroger of Auburn Auburn and Opelika Tourism Bureau
K–12 EDUCATION PROGRAMMING Cameragraphics Johnston and Malone Book Store, Mr. Walter G. Johnston III ‘78 Annonymous City of Auburn Dr. Robert B. Ekelund Jr. Ursula’s Catering
ADULT PROGRAMMING FILM
Anonymous LITTLE LUNCH MUSIC
Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Seth Copeland Anderson ‘80 Dr. Kenneth Maxwell Autrey Jr. ‘73 and Ms. Janne W. Debes Dr. and Mrs. Gene A. Bramlett Drs. Malcolm J. and Ruth C. Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerald Czarnecki ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D. Davis Dr. and Mrs. James L. Dobie Dr. Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Dr. Mark Thornton ‘89 Ms. Julia Fesperman Dr. Larry G. Gerber and Dr. V. Louise Katainen Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Giordano Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hare ‘70 Mr. Steve Harrison ‘71 and Mrs. Rena Williams Mount ‘76 Mr. Grant Hobdy Haygood ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. James K. Haygood Jr. ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. John Kyle Hood Sr. Mr. George F. Kent Dr. Leonard LaRoux Mackowski Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Millman Drs. Tiruvannamalai and Soma Nagendran Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Sampson Dr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Stanaland Mrs. Peggy Blank Stelpflug ‘78 Dr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Swartz Mrs. Virginia Transue Mr. and Mrs. William K. Walsh Mr. Kenneth W. Walters and Mrs. Teresa E. Rodriguez ‘69
"The museum is like a one-stop art place! Every art is here—music, dance, film. And it’s right here in Auburn!" —Teri Rodriguez M E M B E R A N D TA N G O E N T H U S I A S T
TANGO NIGHT: JUNE 16
Dr. John A. Stewart THIRD THURSDAY POETRY SERIES
Mackowski Family Foundation
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RECOGNIZING PASSIONS FOR
art AND phil anthropy
GIFTS IN HONOR OR MEMORY In honor of Bill and Monica Smith on the occasion of their marriage: Mrs. Carline Ramage Green ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. John Pou Hartsfield ‘56 Dr. and Mrs. James M. Jenkins Jr. ‘64 Mrs. Harriet J. Landrum ‘61 In honor of David Braly and Mark Montoya: Mr. and Mrs. John Pou Hartsfield ‘56 In honor of Dr. Bob Ekelund and Dr. Mark Thornton: Ms. Gwendolyn Ferris Reid ‘81
In honor of Gaynell Parks on the occasion of her birthday: Dr. Gerald S. Leischuck ‘64 In honor of Joyce and Roger Lethander for Christmas: Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Lock ‘77 In honor of Joyce and Roger Lethander on the occasion of their anniversary: Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Lock ‘77
In honor of Joyce Lethander: Mrs. Julie Perryman Lock In honor of Mr. Albert Smith Jr. on his 91st Birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ghignone In honor of William E. Dilliard Jr. on the occasion of his 90th birthday: Mrs. Catherine Bailey Crowder ‘53 Dr. Gerald S. Leischuck ‘64
In memory of Dr. Joanne McLaughlin: Dr. Anne W. Amacher Mr. and Mrs. Gary Douglas Barfield ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Barnes Jr. Mrs. Virginia H. Beck ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. R. Jackson Burkhalter Sr. ‘69 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Chase ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn Crittenden Mrs. Catherine Bailey Crowder ‘53 Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dempsey Dr. and Mrs. Lesel Dozier ‘64 Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Friedman Harper Valley PTA Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Vandigriff Harper ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marion Haston III ‘90 and Family Mr. and Mrs. James K. Haygood Jr. ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. David Emerson Housel ‘69 Dr. and Mrs. James M. Jenkins Jr. ‘64 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. R. Brooks Johnston ‘54 Mr. Ken Kirkley ‘85 Ms. Molly Lee Dr. Gerald S. Leischuck ‘64 Dr. and Mrs. Taylor D. Littleton ‘51 Mrs. Anne McChesney May ‘74 Mr. James D. McLaughlin Dr. and Mrs. Max Victor McLaughlin Dr. and Mrs. Paul Franklin Parks Sr. ‘56 Dr. Ann B. Pearson ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cary Pick Saugahatchee Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Sharp Dr. and Mrs. Scott Sprayberry ‘93 Mrs. Sarah M. Wiggins ‘51 Dr. and Mrs. Emil F. Wright Jr. ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Meadows Yarbrough ‘66 In memory of Dr. Leonard LaRoux: Ms. Alice Bilderback Mrs. Ingrid T. Doerstling Mr. and Mrs. John Pou Hartsfield ‘56 Mrs. Tee C. Kern Mrs. Charlotte L. LaRoux Ms. Sandra S. Leavell Dr. and Mrs. Terry C. Ley
"Honoring or memorializing a special person with a gift to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University is a formal tribute to a loved one, friend, or colleague that also provides valuable support to museum activities that can range from educational programming to collections preservation." —Marilyn Laufer D I R E C TO R
Murphree Chiropractic Mr. Walter Murrah Rush III ‘95, given by his friends in the Auburn Area Scale Modeler’s Society. Trey Rush Dave Burke Brian Delany Ray Wilhite Steve Ziegler. Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Seay ‘65 Mr. Norman G. Smith Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Smith Mr. and Mrs. James Noel Wilmoth In memory of Grant H. Haygood: Dr. and Mrs. Taylor D. Littleton ‘51
In memory of Jane Bickel Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Chase ‘62 In memory of Jule Collins Smith: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ghignone In memory of Mrs. Katherine Smith Martin ‘50: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ghignone Dr. and Mrs. James M. Jenkins Jr. ‘64 In memory of Warren Stephen Sockwell ‘44: Ms. Helen Holmes Sockwell ‘75
In memory of Jack Botts Key Jr.: Mrs. Catherine Bailey Crowder ‘53 Mrs. Sally Quillian Gates ‘65
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GRANTS AND OTHER SUPPORT
The following programs were co-sponsored by the Alabama Humanities Foundation, a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities: FILM@JCSM: Portraits of the Artists, FILM@JCSM: Found in Translation, and FILM@JCSM: Artists of Camera Lucida.
Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
JCSM is an academic unit reporting to the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The following program was made possible by grants from Auburn University Special Lectures: "Animal Farm" lecture with Sue Coe.
The following exhibitions and programs were made possible by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts: Out of the Box: A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Face to Face: Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr., Camera Lucida, and Third Thursday Poetry Series. K–12 Art Clubs are funded by a City of Auburn K–12 Arts Education Outreach Grant. JCSM.AUBURN.EDU
ADVISORY BOARD FY2015–16 David Braly Donna C. Burchfield Helen Carlisle Thomas M. Chase Dorothy Davidson Patricia Disque Ralph Draughon Jr. Melanie Duffey William Dunlop, Co-Chair Robert B. Ekelund James Farmer Diana G. Hagler Nancy Hartsfield Edward Hayes Jenny Jenkins David E. Johnson Mark Jones, Co-Chair Lynn Barstis Katz Roger D. Lethander Sheila McCartney Janet Nolan Stuart Price Carolyn B. Reed William Collins Smith Mark W. Spencer Eugene Edward Stanaland Jeane B. Stone EMERITUS
Fran Dillard Batey M. Gresham Jr. Taylor D. Littleton William V. Neville Jr. Albert J. Smith Jr. Gene H. Torbert C. Noel Wadsworth EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
L. to R.: Advisory board co-chairs William Dunlop and Mark Jones
JCSM’s Advisory Board members are appointed to a three-year renewable term by Auburn University’s President based on the recommendations of the current board. This volunteer group is comprised of individuals who are passionate about the arts and dedicated to the important role JCSM plays as a cultural leader in both the community and across campus. In this advisory capacity, it is their diverse backgrounds and wide array of special talents and experiences that become essential as they assist in developing the museum’s future strategies and priorities through their committee work focused on the following areas: Collections and Acquisitions, Development and Finance, Education, Exhibitions, and Long-Range Planning. JCSM is grateful to all of these individuals for their generous support and their tireless work advocating the mission and vision of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.
Allyson Comstock Lady Cox DIRECTOR
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DOCENTS & VOLUNTEERS
Docents, or tour guides, lead tours and assist with select programs under the guidance and supervision of the K–12 Curator of Education. Additionally, docents participate in training sessions throughout the year, covering topics ranging from art history to information about specific museum exhibitions. Anyone interested in joining our team of volunteer docents should contact JCSM’s Tour Coordinator, Debbie Frojo by phone at (334) 844–3486 or email at email@example.com.
DOCENTS Tommy Chase Alan Cook Margaret Craig-Schmidt Betty Delaney Ingrid Doerstling Angie Dyer Lisa Estep Debbie Flick Sally Hodo Jeanette Jaynes Lynn Katz Tee Kern Margaret Kouidis Charlotte LaRoux Carolyn Levy
"I think [Teen Takeover] was a great way to encourage my daughter to explore some different things that she hasn’t had an opportunity to do yet.” PA R E N T
Mari Ley Lisa Nathan Monteigne Mathison Kathy Thomson Virginia Transue Laura Walker Jackie Weaver Helga Wilmoth Ginny Wolfe
VOLUNTEERS Amy Briggs Barbara Pritchard
JCSM’s Teen Council serves as a guiding voice for new museum programs for teenagers. The council represents area high-schoolers in the planning and development of museum programming for teens, empowering their peers to explore aesthetics, create artwork, and engage the world of art. Students are invited to apply to be a part of the Teen Council on an annual basis.
TEEN COUNCIL Anna Aikens Gracie Booher Allie Combs Kappy Eastman
Zoe Krtic Noel Lange Morgan Segrest Hannah Smith
Maggie Tennant Anna Truman-Wyss Alana Warman
STAFF STAFF As of September 30, 2016 ADMINISTRATION
Marilyn Laufer, director Andy Tennant, assistant director Janice Allen, financial administrator Robbin Birmingham, executive secretary COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING
Auburn Cottle, multimedia specialist Charlotte R. Hendrix, communications and marketing specialist CURATORIAL
Danielle Funderburk, registrar Todd Hall, head preparator Dennis Harper, curator of collections and exhibitions Jessica Hughes, curatorial assistant DESIGN
Amber Epting, museum design assistant Janet Guynn, museum designer EDUCATION
Scott Bishop, curator of adult education and university liaison Rebecca Bresler, education curatorial assistant, K–12 Deborah Frojo, tour coordinator Andrew Henley, curator of education, K–12 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Mike Cortez, information technology specialist Spencer Mashburn, information technology assistant MEMBERSHIP & DEVELOPMENT
Cindy Cox, membership officer Noemí Oeding, development coordinator VISITOR SERVICES
Lauren Horton, special events coordinator Renée Maurer, museum shop manager Ella McNece, security manager Kenneth Vines, security manager Margaret Wright, receptionist
STUDENTS & SUPPORT STAFF
MUSEUM SHOP SALES ASSOCIATES & RECEPTIONISTS
Mary Bolton Sarah Gudauskas Lucy Littleton Clara Stanbury Anna Truman-Wyss PREPARATORS
Nicole Andreoni Nate Coker Cassidy Kulhanek Danielle Long Andrew Vincent SPECIAL EVENTS
Rachel Bain Lauren Carmichael Emmett Carstens Tyler Horton Libby Hume Morgan Martin Laura Nall
“The arts and other cultural attractions are integral for residents and visitors. The human and financial resources involved in and derived from providing cultural offerings…add to the financial health of our citizens.” —Robyn L Bridges
AU B U R N - O P E L I K A TO U R I S M
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JCSM IS A CHARITABLE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO
lifelong learning AND community enrichment.
For more information about supporting JCSM, visit jcsm.auburn.edu/support or contact the JCSM Office of Development at 334.844.3005 or firstname.lastname@example.org. There is tremendous power in every gift. Your philanthropic donation to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution. No goods or services have been provided to you in exchange for the gift.
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