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ANNUAL REPORT

2009/10


MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

TABLE OF CONTENTS President’s Letter

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Academic Programs

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By 2010, the MCAD

Exhibitions and Community Programs

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Facebook page had more than

Philanthropy

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Donors

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Named Endowment Funds for Programs and Operations

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Named Endowment Funds for Scholarship Support

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Internships

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Trustees, Alumni Board, and Professors Emeriti

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MCAD Staff and Faculty

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Financial Statements

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1,500

followers,

and the MCAD Art Sale Facebook page had almost

2,000 followers

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

PRESIDENT’S LETTER

One of the great pleasures of my first year as president of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design has been meeting our talented students and seeing how their work and worldviews are taking shape while at MCAD. And every day, I continue to be amazed by you—our dedicated staff, faculty, alumni, and friends—and your continued support of our students. You have generously given your time and resources to make the college everything it is today and everything it is poised to become in the future. Your support has enabled MCAD to invest in continued academic excellence with an increasingly interdisciplinary approach that allows students to combine classical liberal arts training with real-world experience. And I’m pleased to report that, even in this challenging economic climate, MCAD completed its fiscal year 2009/10 on a strong financial footing and with a renewed sense of mission.

President Coogan pictured with his bronze castings, Summer 2010 Photo by Travis Anderson ’02

Throughout the year, your generosity benefited our students as they engaged in challenging juried exhibits, presentations from leading regional and international artists, and absorbing dialogues with visiting artists and other experts in the world of art and design. You also helped to provide resources for student-run efforts such as DesignWorks (our in-house design firm that created

this annual report), internships, and innovative partnerships with the City of Minneapolis, Allina Hospitals & Clinics, and other nonprofit and business leaders. This ongoing support of our mission helps us to prepare students to be leaders in the fields of art and design, and we are fortunate to have so many alumni whose significant achievements this year will help to light the path ahead: James Casebere ’76 and Kelly Nipper ’93 were both featured in the 2010 Whitney Biennial.

partnerships and community support that made it possible to provide the highest level of arts and design education to our students, as well as the encouragement and practical experience they’ll need to apply their creativity, purpose, and problemsolving skills on a truly global stage. If your name appears in these pages, know that we are deeply grateful for all you do as a creative and contributing member of the MCAD community. Thank you! 03

Mary GrandPré ’81, best known for her illustrations for the Harry Potter books, returned to campus to receive the 2010 Alumni Achievement Award.

President

Monica Haller ’05, MFA, was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. Stephen Rivkin ’75, along with James Cameron and John Refoua, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for work on the blockbuster film Avatar. Paul Shambroom ’78 was a recipient of a 2010 Enduring Vision Award from the Bush Foundation. This annual report is a summary of all of the accomplishments of the 2009/10 academic year—the creative The Morrison Building Photo by Erin Nicole Johnson ’07


MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Throughout the year, more than seven hundred degree-seeking students pursued their artistic passions—creative explorations that fulfill MCAD’s mission of enhancing the cultural and creative pulse of our community, both locally and globally. And at the core of this academic journey, the dedicated and talented fulltime and adjunct faculty members provided ongoing support and mentorship to our students and also took the time to finalize an important new faculty handbook.

MCAD students study portraiture in the painting studio

In 2009/10, MCAD graduated

1 56 0 17 and

undergraduate students

graduate students

A student–teacher ratio of 13:1 continued to provide MCAD students with a high-intensity, hands-on learning environment through unique classroom discussions, studio workshops, and lectures. And this year, students also had the opportunity to learn from more than twenty visiting professionals—artists, scholars, curators, and creative directors—who showed their own work, shared insights about the latest art and design, and provided inspiration to our students to help them prepare for a future beyond the classroom.

In 2009/10, MCAD had a student–teacher ratio of

1 3 :1 The school year also saw several academic trends: an increase in enrollment from international and transfer students, new opportunities for international study and exchange, and a growing commitment to business and nonprofit partnerships that provide MCAD students with real-world experiences and new opportunities to improve their communities.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

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SELECT COMMUNITY PARTNERS

VISITING ARTISTS Elizabeth Armstrong, Assistant Director for Exhibitions and Programs and Curator of Contemporary Art, Minneapolis Institute of Arts Hashem Bajwa, Director of Digital Strategy, Droga5

Daniel Michalik, Funiture Designer

Edward Boches, Chief Creative Officer and Chief Social Media Officer, Mullen Ken Brown, Designer, Cartoonist, Photographer, and Independent Filmmaker Wendell Castle, Furniture Designer

Visiting artist Harmen Liemburg critiques student work Photo by Erin Nicole Johnson ’07

AIGA Minnesota

Springboard for the Arts

Harmen Liemburg, Graphic Designer and Printmaker

American Society of Media Photographers

St. Stephen’s Human Services

Saki Mafundikwa, Typographer and Graphic Designer

American Swedish Institute

TVbyGirls

Artists with Disabilities Alliance

Walker Art Center

Good Magazine

Water-Stone Review

Hennepin County Library

Whittier Alliance

Mike Perry, Designer and Illustrator Lisa Sanditz, Painter Deborah Stratman, Filmmaker Barthélémy Toguo, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor, and Video Artist

Douglas Crimp, Professor of Art History, University of Rochester

Margie Weinstein, Manager of Education Initiatives, Whitney Museum of American Art

Hasan Elahi, Interdisciplinary Media Artist

Faris Yakob, Chief Innovation Officer, MDC Partners

Kota Ezawa, Multimedia Artist Rob Fischer, Sculptor

Stock Artists Alliance

IFP Minnesota Center for Media Arts Italian Cultural Center Jerome Foundation Johns Hopkins Institutions Marwen The McKnight Foundation Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board Minneapolis Underground Film Festival

Verena Gerlach, Type Designer

Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program

Thomas Hirschhorn, Installation Artist

Minnesota Woodturners Association

Kevin Huizenga, Comic Artist

Northern Lights

Elliott Hundley, Mixed-Media Artist Alex Kirwan, Animator

Permaculture Research Institute Cold Climate

Yossi Lemel, Poster Designer

Sound Unseen

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

EXHIBITIONS AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS During 2009/10, more than two dozen special events—symposia, exhibitions, and guest lectures— advanced MCAD’s tradition of sharing new work across disciplines that inspire and elevate cultural dialogue on campus and throughout the community. Continuing its long collaboration with leading arts grantmakers in the region, MCAD presented new work by the four recipients of the McKnight Foundation Fellowships for Visual Artists, as well as new work by the five recipients of the MCAD/Jerome Foundation Fellowships for Emerging Artists.

Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind, an exhibition of new work by Mike Perry ’03, Spring 2010 Photo by Caitlin Longley ’08

Other exhibitions included the semiannual commencement exhibition; Double Shifts, an allschool exhibition of work by college staff; Kidz in the Hall, an installation of studio furniture from recent MCAD graduates; and Water Rights, a juried exploration of the political, natural, and personal forces at work in water.

for a new sculpture park and added campus parking along 26th Street. MCAD’s highly respected continuing studies courses served more than 816 adults and 427 youth. And special events— such as MCAD Conversations and the Great Directors Film Series—continued to engage students, visiting artists, and community members in ongoing conversations about art and design in the global community.

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Presented together, these efforts engaged more than six thousand visitors and students throughout the year—sparking dialogue, setting the standard for excellence, and sharing the work of MCAD with the wider community.

Expanding on its ongoing service and inspiration to the surrounding community, MCAD created a site A reception for Jennifer Danos, Janet Lobberecht, Margaret Pezalla-Granlund, and Megan Rye, the 2008/9 McKnight fellowship recipients, Summer 2009 Photo by Caitlin Longley ’08


EXHIBITIONS AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

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2009­/10 EXHIBITIONS 15 Years of Fun: Studio Kids Faculty Exhibition June 12–August 9, 2009

Studio Furniture: The Next Generation January 15–February 21, 2010

Certified: An Event for What’s Next July 8–August 12, 2009

Not Here, Did That January 22–February 7, 2010

McKnight Artists 2008/9 July 8–August 12, 2009

Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition January 22–February 21, 2010

Women’s Art Institute July 8–August 12, 2009 Ultralight August 21–September 20, 2009 Process/Practice/Action: MCAD Faculty Responds August 21–September 27, 2009 Work by students Alyson Coward and Kelly Filreis at the annual juried student exhibition, Made at MCAD, Spring 2010 Photo by Caitlin Longley ’08

Pontochô: Seeking the Geisha September 11–27, 2009 MCAD/Jerome Artists 2008/9 October 2–November 8, 2009 Burren Bueno October 3–19, 2009 Space/Time October 30–November 12, 2009 Fall 2009 Commencement Exhibition December 4–13, 2009 Kidz in the Hall January 15–February 7, 2010

In September 2009, Alan Lightman, nationally renowned physicist and bestselling author of Einstein’s Dreams, inaugurated the

2009/10 all-school project theme,

“Space and Time”

Water Rights February 26–March 21, 2010 Double Shifts: Work at MCAD Shift A: February 26–March 21, 2010 Shift B: March 26–April 18, 2010 Made at MCAD March 5–21, 2010 Some Things that Couldn’t Be Avoided March 26–April 11, 2010 Lost in the Discovery of What Shapes the Mind March 26–April 25, 2010 Spring 2010 Commencement Exhibition May 5–16, 2010 Post-Baccalaureate Commencement Show May 28–June 13, 2010

07 AAXI: A Decade of Aesthetic Apparatus, One Year Late May 28–June 27, 2010 Women’s Art Institute Teaching Assistants May 28–June 27, 2010


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PHILANTHROPY During the fiscal year 2009/10, support grew by 13 percent as corporations, foundations, friends, and alumni responded to a new energy at MCAD and a growing urgency to support students seeking a high-quality arts and design education.

Though it was a challenging year for the economy, MCAD’s community responded with more contributions than the previous year—a sign of the enduring value of an arts and design education and MCAD’s vision for the future.

This year saw several important philanthropic achievements: The National Endowment for the Arts and the Minnesota State Arts Board both provided new funding to support MCAD’s growing summer youth programs.

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The MCAD Art Sale, the college’s largest student showcase and community event, attracted more than three thousand attendees and raised funds for scholarships.

Paul Cerkvenik, president of the Minnesota Private College Council, congratulates President Coogan at the inaugural celebration, Spring 2010 Photo by Caitlin Longley ’08

The creation of two additional endowed scholarships added critical support for the more than nine out of ten MCAD students who receive some form of financial aid.

President Coogan participates in a bronze pour at an event for friends and donors of the college, Spring 2010 Photo by Caitlin Longley ’08


MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

GIFTS BY TYPE 2009/10 12%

Endowment Giving $115,230

5%

Capital Projects $50,508

25%

Unrestricted Annual Fund $248,994

58%

Restricted to Current Programs $565,953 09

GIFTS BY SOURCE 2009/10

14%

Trustees

5%

Alumni

17%

Friends of the College

5%

Corporations

49%

Foundations

10%

Government


MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

DONORS

INDIVIDUAL GIFTS $25,000 +

$1,000–$4,999

Sheila and John Morgan

Paula and Cy DeCosse ’52

Anonymous

Clinton H. Morrison

Mary and Clinton Morrison

Allison and Brian Adducci ’92

Gerry and Robert C. Nehotte ’62

Sarah and Charles Test

Patricia and Martin Blumenreich

Kate and Stuart Nielsen

Diana Walton Brashears

Stephen and Joan Grathwol Olson

$10,000–$24,999

John Bridell

Deb and David Andreas

Marney and Conley Brooks

Julia Morrison Palmer and Brian Palmer

Elizabeth DeBaut and David Hartwell

Tom and Phyllis Colwell

Janet Jones

Julia Dayton

Donna and Cargill MacMillan Jr.

Mary Lee Dayton

Stephen Daas

Kathleen Pletcher and Jay Coogan Doris Engibous and Cathy A. Ryan ’06 Deb and Jim Ryman ’65

Shirley Fiterman $5,000–$9,999

Patricia Ray Bratnober Saunders and Barney Saunders

Gerald Flom

Mary and Bruce Bean

Gloria and Fred Sewell

Susan Gordon

Benjamin Conrad ’96

Julie and Jack Snow

R. Thomas Gunkelman

Dean and Alice Fjelstul ’96

Elizabeth and Michael Halvorson ’66

Gar Hargens and Missy Staples Thompson

B. John Lindahl Jr. and Sarah Lindahl ’82

Roby C. Thompson, MD

Judy and Kent Hodder

Bert and Norton Rockler

Jane and David White

Vince Leo

Mary K. and Gary Stern

Judith E. Young

Janell and Stephen Lundin Diane Lynch

$500–$999

Betsy and John Massie

Jerry Allan

Laura McHugh

Alexis Akagawa ’01

Victoria and Charles Mogilevsky

Mark Banks

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$500–$999, continued Ute Bertog ’05 Gail and Robert Blake Sally and Maurice Blanks Jessica and Robert Brindley Mary and Bob Brindley Susan Calmenson Melissa and Uri Camarena Marty Friedman and Peggy Lynn Casey-Friedman ’84 Sage and John Cowles Sarah and John Cuningham Raymond Dodson and Liz Brenner Dodson ’50

Katherine Murphy and Kingsley H. Murphy Jr. Rowena and Charles Pitschka Pamela Newsome-Prochnia and Wayne Prochniak Wim Stocks Amanda Weber and Richard Brama Karen Wilcox ’01 Frances and Frank S. Wilkinson Winton Whitney Fund Eleanor and Frederick Winston Karen Wirth Sue and Alvin Zelickson, MD

Kaye and Joseph Dolejsi Rebecca Hartman Edwards and JonMarc Edwards ’83 MaryJo and Gregg Emfield Jeff Hinck Dave Kieper and Merle Janis Kieper ’96 Charles Loufek Jr. Judith and Donald Maurer Shawn McCann ’02 Carla McGrath and Cole Rogers

Nathan Davis

Marilyn and Steven Rothschild

Elizabeth Dollar

Brian Scafaro

Harvey Filister

Peter Seitz

Barbara Flanagan and Earl Sanford

Zella Shannon

Patrick Mulligan and Camille Gage ’97

Robyn Waters and Gary Charles Springer ’63

Stephanie and Thomas Gunderson

Sharon Szmuksta

Darleen and Harry Hauck Jr. ’48

D. Robert Teslow II

Sheila and Michael Keefe ’86

Cynthia Theis

Julie and Richard Knapp Jr. ’77

Douglas Van Ornum ’93

William Knuth

Roman J. Verostko

Kathryn and Dean Koutsky ’57

Nancy and David Warner

Steve Washburn and Cyndee Lamb ’78

Sharon and Clark Winslow

$250–$499

Caroline and James Loken

Anonymous

Jim Madson ’87

Jeremiah Albrecht ’99

Mary McDunn

Rebecca Alm

Sharon Wong and Craig Mitchell

Tom Bailey

Maggie Nathan ’76 and Doug Nathan ’75

Beverly and Donald Bajus ’54 Gina Brama Elder Carson ’93 Bill Cook William and Margaret Correll ’74

Ed Nordby Margaret Palaskas Susan and Gary Rappaport Katherine Rogers

Jane and Michael Wipf $100–$249 Anonymous Pat and Robert Ahrens Jr. Kim and Robert Akey ’82 Philip Anderson Thomas Arneson Gail and James Bakkom Harriet and Bruce Bart Barbara Baum

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$100–$249, continued Melissa Bean ’76 and Scott Bean ’72

Mary Cargill

Emily Galusha and Donald McNeil

Joanne Carlson

Dorothea and Henry Garwick

Nancy Reynolds and Jack Becker ’76

Barry McCool and Nancy Lee Carlson ’76

Sue Maberry and Cheri Gaulke ’75

Richard Bendel

Anne Cashill ’83

Teri Bennis

Chris Claude

Kenneth Berglund

Thomas Cleveland

Barbee and Michael Bigger

Edward Conlin

Matthew Binkowski

Robert Corbit ’76

Mary Bishop ’90

Jeanne Corwin

Victor Bloomfield

Brian and Christine Suzanne Daves ’96

Marvin Borman Emma Bradley and Byron Bradley Jr. ’49 Christine and Brian Bradshaw ’82 Jill Bredel Patricia Briggs Tadd Brindley

Timothy Davidson Paul Botes and Donna Edelstein ’78 Shirley Edmonson Steven Rost and Andrea Eis ’81 Sue Jahr Estlund and John Estlund Ellen Feinstein

Susan Goldman Gail Good (Samsa) ’82 Christiane Grauert ’99 Jonathan Gross Justin Guenther Thomas Haakenson Sue and Jon Halverson ’72 Jason Harlem ’76 Emily and Jed Harris Randy Hartten Roslyn Hawley Cynthia Hendricks John Hick Glen Hoover ’63

Lori Henson Johnson and Mark J. Johnson ’73 Louann and Duane Jokela R. M. Kaufmann Mary Kazura ’99 and Chris Gerber ’02 Leonelle Kessler James Klein Joanna and Melvin Koenig Mark Kronholm Doris and Roland Larson Richard Laudon ’79 Bricker Lavik Lars Leafblad Mary Jo and David Lenzen Searcy Lillehei Frenchy Lunning

Krisjohn Horvat ’69

Janice Ann and Thomas Michael Lynch

John Hunner

Charles Lyon ’99

Adam Arvidson and Kerri Jamison ’02

Joyce Lyon

Philip Broz and Jo Penfield Broz ’75

Lidia and Basil Filonowich

Philip Brunelle

Carole Fisher ’64

Elizabeth Bryan

Richard Flenniken

Venecia Burner ’78

Patricia Fox

Jeffrey Byers

Brenda Frankenberg

Katherine Jones-Jirka and Brad Jirka ’76

Sheila and Patrick Byrd

Dorie Rae Gallagher ’66

Darold Johnson ’61

Wendy and Joseph Machlitt ’71 Ken MacMillan and Diane Iwerks-MacMillan ’77 Mary Maier

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$100–$249, continued Andrew Maniotes ’00 Bruce Olander and Cynthia E. Markle ’65

Janet and Robert Alan Pentelovitch ’78 Rae and C. Paul Pesek

William McCabe

Michael Pickart

John W. McConnell

Michael Green and Jane Elizabeth Powers ’98

Ila Ann McCoy and Donald McCoy ’59

Walter Pratt

Grace Sferra Steven Shapiro Tracey Sheehan Susan Salata and Mark Skweres Audrey Singer ’78 Peter Sipkins Ella and Dick Slade

Kristen McDougall and Rod Mackenzie

Susan Monkmeyer and Howard Quednau

Richard McFarland

Dan Quick

Richard Smykowski ’00

Elaine McGillivray

Lynn Speaker ’04

Harry McNeely

Janice Storebo and James Randers ’71

Jeffrey Meehan

Ed Rath ’74

Kathryn and Roy Striegel

Ann Marie Merrill ’83 and Dan Jurgens ’81

John Reay

Megan Taylor

Glenn Daniel Robbins ’79

Mary and Robert Temple

Fred Pierce Miller ’52

Robyne Robinson

Charles Davol Test ’78

Rise Miller

Donna and Dan Roche

Robert Tharp

Lucy and Robert Mitchell

Brian Reid

Judy and Peter Mitchelson

Lynda and Peter Gerald Rose ’72

Alyssa Thomas ’02 and Jon Thomas ’00

David Mohr ’01

Karen Ruskin

Osla Thomason

Kris Musto ’99

Laura and Luther Salveson

Lee Thompson

Don Myhre

Molly Morton and Barbara Ann Schubring ’83

Kristine Tromiczak

Mark Fryer and Wanda Elizabeth Seamster ’71

Krista Walsh

Kimberly and David Olson Judith Onofrio Lawrence O’Shaughnessy

Miriam Seim

MCAD began sponsoring the

new bike-sharing program

Nice Ride Minnesota and now has 17 bikes in service

Shawn Smith ’87

Betty and Bill Stein ’48

Colleen TwoFeathers

Jeanille and Gary Watkins

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Jacqueline and Richard Wegwerth ’68 Martin Weinstein Howard Weisskopf Rich Bleyhl and Mary Welke ’77 Paul Wharton Susan and Robert White Dean Wilson Karl Winter, MD, and Lucy Marie Winter ’82 David and K.J. Wohl Sharon Wong Alphonse Zecca James Zosel


DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$1–$99

Dick and Joyce Barnes

Flora A. Brama

Kathy Chapman

Anonymous (4)

George Bauer and Randi Shepard Bauer ’83

Marvin R. Braun

Priscilla Chester and Mitchell E. Bender, MD

Leroy Aasland Willard Addy and Dawn Addy ’72 David Penchansky and Hend Al-Mansour ’02 David R. Alfveby and Zoe Zepp Alfveby ’81 Judith D. Amdur ’74 Richard M. Anderson and Elizabeth H. Anderson ’50

Susan R. Baysden Patricia and Dr. Edward Beadle Cornelia W. and Robert H. Beck Martha Beery and Kevin Milbery Yinslee Ann Beery ’89 Frances Belford and William G. Belford ’50

Michael Brehm ’79 Irma Brink and David R. Brink Cynthia Marie Broste ’73 Karen S. Brown Debra Marie Bruers ’80 Lucy W. Bruntjen Barbara A. Brust ’81

Hugh L. Bennewitz ’82

Amy Bueide ’78 and Mark Bueide ’77

Georgianna Anderson

Rose Marie Bergherr and Robert Bergherr

Hilary N. Bullock ’89

Joyce Anderson and Howard Anderson

Pamela M. Berkwitz and Robert S. Berkwitz

Richard J. Byersdorfer ’68

Janice Anderson ’48

Barbara Bigger

Karen Anderson ’76 and Gerald W. Anderson ’76

Craig M. Birkholz ’07

Evelyn and John R. Anderson

Anastasia Faunce and Dean Arnold ’99 Philip Asgian Andy Baird ’76 David R. Baker ’66 Brian A. Baltzer ’86 Amy Baratz and Stan Baratz

Phillip Bloom Marcella Bode Susan Amy Boeke ’74 Robert Edward Boldt ’52 Margaret and Allan Bostelmann Jane A. Braband Robert Bragg and Bonnie Alice Bragg ’62

Harriet E. Busdicker

Julie and Scott Schanzenbach Canham

Susan M. Clark Mr. Rusty Cohen Tiffany and Trevor R. Collis ’00 Kathryn S. Lloyd Compton ’74 and Michael A. Compton ’74 Harriet and David R. Conkey Danita J. Connors-Smith Peter and Kari D. Cook ’98 Ellen and James H. Cooper ’73 Maria K. and Daniel L. Cote Kitty Crain Laura A. and John Crosby Cynthia “Syd” Crow ’91

Patricia A. Canney

Bruce and Toni G. Dachis ’78

Bryan G. Canniff ’71

Diane A. Dahl

Joan P. Carlson and George L. Carlson

Steve and Kimberly Kay Dalzell ’87

Emmett F. Carpel, MD LeAnn Castillo Casey J. Cebulski Marty Chamberlain ’75

Ella Marie Dammann Mary Daniels Laura A. Dapito ’07 Denice and Bruce Davis Kelly Davis

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$1–$99, continued Suzanne and David Davison

Sandra Erickson

Nancy and Robert Dawson

Bethany Eshbach and Joshua Charles Eshbach ’01

Sandra Degonda Mary and Pat Allen Delmore ’73 Elizabeth and Albert Dimarco Josephine and David Dinkins E. Vincent Dolan ’90 Thomas R. Dooley Chris Doty-Cain Crystal F. and Brian Doyle Tim Dray and Janet P. Dray ’88 George Dudar and Michelle R. Dudar-Sehr ’83 John H. Durfey ’70 Joan Eclov and Homer Paul Eclov ’57

Sheryl Mousley and David Goldes

Sylvia Farrells

Malayka Gormally and Thomas P. Gormally ’77

Cynthia Fay Todd and Jennifer L. Felton ’95 Delora L. Fiers ’91 Gene Figura ’51 Barbara A. Fleig Gerard Folz Janice Foster and Thomas G. Foster ’58 Frank B. Freedman Virginia and L. D. Frenzel Matthew C. Frieburghaus ’01 Janet Frisch and Charles Frisch

Robert L. Ehr and Margaret Helen Ehr ’89

Claudia Gahr and Don Gahr ’68

Amelia J. Engberg and John G. Engberg

Ray E. Goebel

Mara Farnworth ’61

Miles E. Efron

Linda Elrich and Stephen Elrich

Robert C. Gilbert and Jean Clarity Gilbert ’50

Mari Geis and Mark C. Geis ’82 Kirk Gelatt and Janice Peterson Gelatt ’64

Linda and Richard Engels

Ravina E. Gelfand and Louis I. Gelfand

Elizabeth A. Erickson

Joan W. Gerard and Lyle D. Gerard

Eric Erickson

Mark L. Gilberstadt

Gayle Grafstrom-Corman ’80 Susan Grande and Thomas Grande James R. Gray and Marguerite Ingersoll Gray ’48 Sandra M. Pillsbury-Gredzens Anita C. Green and Fletcher W. Green

Brett A. Hawkins ’94 Geraldine Heimark Mary Ann Henderson ’73 Stephen Henning and Jacqueline M. Henning ’79 Joan Higinbotham Karen A. Holmberg ’76 Patricia A. Horner ’77 Geri and Mark Huibregtse Jill Hules Eva C. Hyvarinen Heidi L. Ihrig

Jane K. Greenwood

Dorothy and Paul Ims

Katherine Gregory

Matthew and Laura Ims

Ann K. Greulich

Paul D. Ims Jr.

Janet S. Groenert ’79

Lois and Gene Inman ’55

Eleanor T. Haase

Bethany Ryan Iverson ’06

Brenda K. Hafner ’79

Rachael Z. Jacobs

Robert Hageman

Andrej Pakalns and Antra Janson-Pakalns ’65

Tom Buck and Susan Elizabeth Hagen ’80

Charles M. Johnson

Lori K. and G. A. Corky Hall

Kurtis J. Johnson ’92

Anne J. Hand ’79

Mary B. Johnson and Keith W. Johnson, MD

Betty J. Hass and Charles E. Hass

Jeane Kaeding and Paul F. Kaeding

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$1–$99, continued Shirley Kaplan Markle Karlen, MD Rashaun M. Kartak ’06 Cheryl Kartes ’73 Elaine and James Kasper ’67 Naomi Kassler and Barry E. Kassler ’62 John Philip Keely Robert J. Keith Patrick S. Kelley ’06 Jason A. Kerska Joan F. Klaiber and G. Robert Klaiber Paul Jennings and Marlene J. Knutson ’67 Sharan L. Knutson ’72 Jaime R. Kokaisel ’99 Mary T. Kokernot Sandra R. Kowski Constant G. Kpami ’01 Sarah Loveland-Kreofsky and Donn L. Kreofsky ’72 Harold Krogstad ’49 Jeanne M. Kroone Douglas M. Kruse ’70

Ruth L. Kuroki ’81 and Kazunori Kuroki ’81

Sandra L. Lossing and Barton J. Lossing

David and Tempest Kuykendall ’71

Eileen Lujan

Rosemary McMonigal— McMonigal Architects

Dawn M. Kuzma and James A. Houlding

Rosie B. Lujan ’00

Steven J. McPherson ’04

Jorge Luna and Judith Isaacson Luna ’75

Christopher A. Medower

Meghan D. Lancaster ’76 Judy Fairbrother and Wendy S. Lane ’95

Marga Laird Lundeen and Lyle A. Lundeen

Bonita R. Lawrence ’67

Gerold and Gunda Luss ’66

Karolyn L. Lee

Jane B. Mackenzie and Thomas B. Mackenzie

Kathryn M. Lee Daniel E. Leisen ’73 Burl Leo and Nadine Ifrah Leo ’69 Thomas E Letness ’92 Eugene Levy and Lorraine C. Levy ’58 Robert and Ashley Lewis ’07 Michelle Lichtig and Kevin Byrne

Bobbie McMonagle

Nina S. Melazzo Peter Mellom Kristin Gjems Midelfort Steven R. Mignone ’76 Thomas Otto Miller II

Ken Malvey

Boriana V. Mintcheva-Strzok ’08

Susan K. Manro ’66 and John B. Manro ’66

Ann Louise Mohler ’79

Phyllis Mansfeldt and George Mansfeldt

Roz Moore

Jane Ann Martin and James F. Martin, MD

Jean E. Lied and Donald L. Lied ’48

Sarah Massey and Roderick H. Massey ’71

Mavis and Bruce Lindvall

Virginia A. McBride

Paul Livdahl ’04

Wanda McCaa

Marsha Loewenson and Daniel Loewenson

Kathy and Bruce B. McCabe

Deborah Wilkin and Dr. Rodney Loper

Dana McDill and Mary McDill

Michael A. McClure

John E. McMahon

Richard D. Mooradian ’79

Andy Morien ’07 Linda Mortensen and Gordon Louis Mortensen ’64 Lavern Kratzke Mullen ’50 Marlene Mullin Keith Mumma ’76 Anne and John Kim Munholland Joanne and Donald Murray Spectra R. Myers Lisa L. Nankivil ’95

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$1–$99, continued James Howard and Betty Nelsen ’72

Pete Pearlman and Jodi E. Pearlman ’80

Mary Newby-Elder

Sarah Pedersen

Shirley Nilsen and John A. Nilsen

Annamarie J. Pellow ’07

Wanda Lee Ward Norby ’52

Angela and Douglas L. Pfeifer ’87

Chad Novak ’06

Marilyn and Paul Joseph Piazza Sr. ’73

Alison N. Nowak ’06 Ivan Nunez ’95 John P. O’Leary Joseph A. Oliveira Mark Ollig Woody B. Olsen ’76 Alice Petzold Olson ’52 Suzanne Orenstein and David R. Orenstein Max D. Orr Cheryl Osborn David Burton and Amy Ouradnik ’83 Dennis Schloss and Sherri Ovington ’68 Paul T. Owen ’73 Teresa Ann Paschke ’85 Donna L. Pauley Elizabeth A. Paxson ’72

Catherine M. Plunkett ’91 Theresa L. Gannon and Mark R. Popovich George Robert Potasnak ’60 Wayne E. Potratz Alexandra Prince ’09 Janelle Prine Curt Belshe and Elizabeth A. Prown ’79 Ruth C. Pyren Nathan N. Quach ’94 Rudolph M. Raccio ’78 Mary Bode Rafferty Allen Rapatz Dani Werner and David Rathman ’82 Gordon J. Rausch Andrew J. Reading ’02

Justin James Reed ’03

Denise M. Rydholm ’87

Mary J. Regan ’81

Maria and Larry Sadd

Roxanne M. Reid ’70

Nancy Saliterman and Larry Saliterman

Don Reinardy ’89 Danae Rem John Remington Kyle Renell Sanford Resig ’60

Karen Sapp and Brian Paul Sapp ’81 Barbara J. Sarbach William F. Schar ’07

Jeffrey Rice

Kathryn E. Schenk and Allan Mahnke

Kathleen and Roger Allan Rich ’65

Gregory and Stephanie P. Scheweser ’99

David Rickman and Helen Rickman ’81

Stephanie and Robert Schneider

Chad Roberts Catherine Rollefson Jutta and Dr. Michael Romans Betty A. Romine and Jack J. Romine

Norman Schoening ’55 Dorothy J. Schrupp Sidney M. Schwartzfield Karen L. Searle ’99

Amy Rothschild ’04

Eileen A. Secord and Michael G. Secord

Lisa Albrecht and Patricia Rouse ’81

Spencer A. Seibert

Deb Rummel Gloria Rumsey and George E. Rumsey ’48 Pamela Ruprecht and John Ruprecht ’76

Lewis E. Shealy Richard M. Shelton ’87 Lester S. Shen Agnes J. Shimizu ’64 Jean Shortall ’74 and John Olson ’74

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DONORS

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS

$1–$99, continued Philip Sidell Margaret L. Simpson and Steve Y. Tsai

Diana R. Swanson and John H. Swanson Dorothy L. Joy Swanson

John A. Tobin, MD

Emily G. and James C. White

Emma B. Trithart ’08

Forbes J. Whiteside ’48

Joseph C. Truax ’74

Donald R. Wicks ’67

Georgette M. Sosin Ttee

Kevin L. Wideman ’99 Evan B. Williams

Bryan Simpson and Page Mankin Simpson ’83

Julie Sweitzer and Steve Kahlenbeck

Ginger L. Sisco

Barbara L. Szurek ’78

Emalyn Tunell and Jack W. Tunell ’50

Marjorie C. Skaaden and Clarence E. Skaaden ’47

Richard Szymarek and Linda Szymarek ’81

Stewart A. Turnquist ’65

Carmel M. and Duane C. Skar

Pattie Talbot ’78

Marcelyn J. Smale and William B. Smale Jr.

Eric F. Funkenbusch and Christine M. Tarte ’74

Robert A. Smith and Jean Ranney Smith ’50

Michele A. Krueger-Taufen and James M. Taufen

Wayne L. Smith ’49

Sandra Menefee Taylor ’76

Paula C. Vollmar-Heywood ’74

Harriette Kelly Sobczak

Myrna Ten Bensel

Lynn Macal and John F. Walter ’66

Sue A. Sperber and Joseph C. Sperber

Mr. Brett Terpstra ’00

Phyllis K. Ware Mark and Cheryl Ann Watson ’77

Lorraine Maksoudian Spoors ’59

Tracy A. Thew ’93 and Christopher B. Hand ’92

Andrew J. Stahl

Lucy Thompson

Richard K. Stanley ’66

Shirley A. Thompson and Richard D. Thompson

Barbara K. Webster

Barbara Thompson and Rondal M. Thompson ’51

Janet Weiss and Gerhard H. Weiss

Nancy B. Steele ’71 Harry Curtis Steen ’81 Jenner Stevens Janet Stolts Charles L. Stroh ’65

Jean Thomson Cheryl L. Nelson Theuninck Bruce J. Tice

Paige Van Pelt Carol Vander Meer and Steven Vander Meer ’85 Carolyn Veeder and Larry Veeder ’59 Ruth Voights

Jeanne and Charles Rydlun Weber ’62

David I. Weinberg

Bruce M. Weitzmon ’74 Hal Wells III Dennis West and Suzanne J. West ’68

Ric Williams Alex Wilson Ann Wood ’86 and Dean J. Lucker ’85 Stephen J. Wood ’08 Joe Woodside Florence Yasuda Ronald Yasuda Michael J. Yerhot Jesse J. Yungner Janet M. Zahn and Jeffrey A. Moe Jean Zempel and Richard E. Zempel ’64 Carla Zetina-Yglesias ’07

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GIFTS FROM CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS $25,000 +

$1,000–$4,999

The Medtronic Foundation

$250–$499

Charles and Ellora Alliss Educational Foundation

Blu Dot

Minnesota Historical Society

Appliance Distribution Center Inc.

Buuck Family Foundation

Park Nicollet Foundation

Cannon Family Foundation

RBC Foundation—USA

Door Service Company of the Twin Cities Inc.

Collectors of Wood Art

Margaret Rivers Fund Rockler Jackson Family Foundation

Minnesota Private College Fund

The Denny Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation

Southways Foundation

Dougherty & Company LLC

Sit Investment Associates Foundation

Driscoll Foundation

State Farm Companies Foundation

Shapco Printing Inc.

Will and Ann Eisner Family Foundation Inc.

The Thorburn Group

Julie Snow Architects Inc.

Wells Fargo Corporation

Harriet and Edson Spencer Foundation

Jerome Foundation The McKnight Foundation The Minneapolis Foundation

$10,000–$24,999 4A’s Foundation Athwin Foundation Best Buy Children’s Foundation

Richard and Beverly Fink Family Foundation

Wet Paint Inc.

Best Buy Corporation Richard & Jean Coyne Family Foundation

Grethen House

$500–$999

Hubbard Broadcasting Foundation

Citi Foundation

Julia Hynnek Fund of the HRK Foundation

J.E. Dunn Construction

The Longview Foundation

Bellcomb

Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation

Capstone Publishers

Larsen Design

Cargill MacMillan Jr. 1969 WayTrust

Len Druskin Inc.

Open Door Foundation

Little & Co.

$5,000–$9,999 Athwin Foundation

Whitney and Elizabeth MacMillan Foundation

Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Ltd. Oliver Real Estate Services Sexton Printing Inc.

West Photo

B.C. Gamble and P.W. Skogmo Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation

Macy’s Foundation

$100–$249

Sally Krug Fine Arts Foundation

3M Foundation American Guitar & Band Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Coach Matching Gift Program

Minnesota Woodworkers Guild

Constance Mayeron Cowles and Charles Fuller Cowles Foundation

Modern Press

Fast Print

Sad State of Affairs Inc.

Honeywell International Foundation

The Hurley and Weindling Family Charitable Fund

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DONORS

MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

GIFTS FROM CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS

$100–$249, continued Minnesota Community Foundation

In Memory of Kelley Lynch

Sad State of Affairs Inc.

GIFTS IN-KIND

Pocket Hercules Inc.

Anonymous

Sharon Szmuksta

Bailey Nursery

Prudential Insurance Company of America

Pat and Robert Ahrens Jr.

Jeanille and Gary Watkins

Arlene Birt ’02

American Guitar & Band

David and K.J. Wohl

Clara Bleak

Residential Mortgage Group

Matthew Binkowski

The Toro Foundation

Gina Brama

In Honor of Michael O’Keefe

Haberman & Associates

Veto Design

Amanda Weber and Richard Brama

Nathan Davis

Hammel, Green & Abrahamson

Diana Walton Brashears

Darleen and Harry Hauck Jr. ’48

Brad Hokanson

GOVERNMENT GRANTS

Jill Bredel

Betsy and John Massie

Bethany Ryan Iverson ’06

Minnesota State Arts Board

Jessica and Robert Brindley

Julie Snow Architects Inc.

Dave Kephart

National Endowment for the Arts

Tadd Brindley

GIFTS FOR SPECIAL PROJECTS 2009 Art Sale Sponsors Blu Dot Dougherty & Company LLC Len Druskin Inc. Wells Fargo Corporation

MATCHING GIFTS

Doug Moore

Sheila and Patrick Byrd

3M Foundation

Ed Moorman ’09

Mary Jo and Gregg Emfield

Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program

Heidi Nelson ’94

Grethen House Justin Guenther Stephanie and Thomas Gunderson Diane Lynch Janice Ann and Thomas Michael Lynch Rise Miller

In Memory of John “Jack” Garrigan

Victoria and Charles Mogilevsky

Kaye and Joseph Dolejsi

Justin Samuel McDowell ’01

Mary and Bob Brindley

MEMORIALS AND TRIBUTES

Anonymous

Roberta and Gregory Daigle

Coach Matching Gift Program Macy’s Foundation The Medtronic Foundation Prudential Insurance Company of America State Farm Companies Foundation The Toro Foundation

Park Nicollet Foundation D’Ann Prior Rik Sferra Spyhouse Coffee Shops Fred Switzer Gerald Westby

Michael Pickart

GIFTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS

Brian Scafaro

Mary and Clinton Morrison

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

NAMED ENDOWMENT FUNDS FOR PROGRAMS AND OPERATIONS

DISTINGUISHED BENEFACTORS

The Minneapolis Clearing House Association Fund

Target Foundation Fund 3M Foundation Fund

Funds of $2,500,000 + Dorothy M. Lindeke Fund

BENEFACTORS

Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Trust Fund

Funds of $100,000–$249,999

Ralph Whelan Trust Fund

Thomas L. Daniels Fund

LEADERSHIP BENEFACTORS

Alden C. Buttrick Fund

Patrons Funds of $25,000–$49,999 Virginia and James H. Binger Fund

Hadlai A. Hull Fund

Leonard G. and Geraldine Carpenter Fund

MCAD Teaching Fellowship Fund

George H. Christian Memorial Fund

Funds of $1,000,000– $2,499,999

Eleanor F. Pillsbury Fund

Mr. and Mrs. John Cowles Sr. Fund

Ford Foundation Faculty Development Fund

ASSOCIATE BENEFACTORS

Harrington Fund

Funds of $50,000–$99,999

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hawks Fund

Charles H. Bell Fund

Honeywell Foundation Fund

Mrs. Paul A. Brooks Fund Carolyn McKnight Christian Fund

Sumner T. McKnight Foundation Fund

MAJOR BENEFACTORS

Stanley W. Dwinnell Fund

Munsingwear Inc. Fund

Funds of $500,000–$999,999

Fjelstul Visiting Artist Fund

Edmund J. Phelps Sr. Fund

Elbridge C. Cooke Trust Fund

Betty Bean Flinsch College Convocation Fund

Phillips Family Foundation Fund

Elizabeth Hale Fund

Mrs. Phillip W. Pillsbury Fund

Stella J. Hawkinson Fund

Qwest Fund

Mrs. Theodore W. Bennett Fund

William Randolph Hearst Foundation Fund

Southways Foundation Fund

Richard and Isobel Gale Fund

W. and L. Reinhardt Fund

George H. Halpin Memorial Fund

Star Tribune Fund

Jean B. McHugh Fund

Target Corporation Fund

Andrew Mellon Fund John R. Van Derlip Trust Fund Thomas F. Wallace Memorial Fund

PATRON BENEFACTORS Funds of $250,000–$499,999

Grace Bliss Dayton Fund

Gretchen Field Pillsbury Fund

Elizabeth H. Washburn Fund WCCO Radio Television Fund Westmark Fund Xcel Energy Company Fund

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

NAMED ENDOWMENT FUNDS FOR SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT Scholarship Fund

John Garrigan ’62 Scholarship Fund

Roy B. Justus Scholarship Fund

General Scholarship Fund

Ida Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund

Abby Weed Grey Scholarship Fund

Leadership Benefactors

Benefactors

Funds of $1,000,000– $2,499,999

Funds of $100,000–$249,999

MCAD Associates Scholarship Fund Major Benefactors Funds of $500,000–$999,999 Class of 1978 Merit Scholarship Fund Ford Foundation Scholarship Fund Patron Benefactors Funds of $250,000–$499,999 Winifred and Atherton Bean Leadership Scholarship Fund Virginia M. Binger Arts Scholarship Fund Virginia M. Binger Merit

David and Debra Andreas Scholarship Fund Glen and Jean Brooks Scholarship Fund Cargill Foundation Scholarship Fund

Edward M. Johnson Art Scholarship Fund Lee Lynch Advertising Scholarship Fund McGovan Scholarship Fund Clinton and Mary Morrison Leadership Scholarship Fund Gerry and Bob Nehotte ’62 Scholarship Fund Gary L. Rockler Scholarship Fund

Frank Austin Carl Memorial Scholarship Fund

Patricia B. Saunders Scholarship Fund

Fiterman Scholarship Fund

Michael Guy Sweet ’89 Scholarship Fund

Beth Ann Lundin ’93 Memorial Scholarship Fund Putnam D. Millan Art School Endowment Fund Associate Benefactors

West Photo Scholarship Fund Patrons Funds of $25,000–$49,999

Funds of $50,000–$99,999

Kinji Akagawa Fund for Interdisciplinary Studies

Athwin Foundation Scholarship Fund

Alumni Scholarship Fund

Alice Batzli Scholarship Fund

F.A. Bean Foundation Fund

Business and Industry Scholarship Fund Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation Fund Tom and Phyllis Colwell Mentoring Scholarship Fund Patricia Kennedy Crump Memorial Scholarship Fund Paula and Cy DeCosse ’52 Scholarship Fund Cleo Hovel Memorial Fund Little & Co. Merit Scholarship Fund MCAD Art Sale Scholarship Fund Birney Quick ’51 Scholarship Fund Jean Bender Schutz ’61 Scholarship Fund The Travelers Companies Scholarship Fund Martha Torrance Wallace Memorial Scholarship Fund Thomas White ’90 Memorial Scholarship Fund

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

INTERNSHIPS A Hand In Health, Minneapolis

Cargill, Wayzata, MN

A.P.P. Entertainment, St. Paul

Cave Paper, Minneapolis

Activision, Eden Prairie, MN

CHI Documentary, Minneapolis

Emerson Spanish Immersion Learning Center, Minneapolis

Aesthetic Apparatus, Minneapolis

Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis

Jennifer Emery, Minneapolis

Cineastas de Granada, Nicaragua

Emsster Design Company, Minneapolis

City Pages, Minneapolis

Exit Realty, Edina, MN

All About Art Gallery & Custom Framing, Hendersonville, TN

Clarity Coverdale Fury, Minneapolis

The Experiment, Des Moines, IA

Arizona Testing Laboratories, Phoenix

Creative Kidstuff, Minneapolis

Afternoon Records, Minneapolis AIGA Minnesota’s Sustainability Program, Minneapolis

Art of This Gallery, Minneapolis

Creative Publishing International, Minneapolis

Azul 7, Minneapolis

Dakota Jazz Club, Minneapolis

Terry Beatty, Minneapolis

M. R. Danielson Advertising, St. Paul

Blackberry Hills, St. Croix Falls, WI Blue Earth Interactive, St. Paul

Tom DeBiaso, Minneapolis

Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis

Christine M. Denson, Maple Grove, MN

The Brand Lab, Minneapolis

Dick and Jane Letterpress, St. Paul

Cambria, Eden Prairie, MN

Dirty Inks, St. Paul

Carbon Collaborative Inc., Minneapolis

EatonGolden, Minneapolis

ElderCare Rights Alliance, Bloomington, MN

Eyedeals EyeCare, Minneapolis 50th & France Business and Professional Association, Minneapolis Film & Video Services, Minneapolis Flying Paper Press, Minneapolis Form+Content Gallery, Minneapolis Fourth Street Guild Furniture Makers, Minneapolis Mark Fox Studio, New York City Fresh Marketing Group, Edina, MN Galen Labs, Minneapolis Garven LLC, Mendota Heights, MN

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INTERNSHIPS

MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

Gasket Studios, Minneapolis

Interactiv Design, Hugo, MN

Gestalt, Minneapolis

Ivy Arts Co-op and Kinetic Orange, Minneapolis

Getrags Showroom, Minneapolis The Grand Hand Gallery, St. Paul Green Team, New York City Carrie Hartman Photography, Minneapolis Hennepin County Central Library, Minneapolis Herring Art Gallery & Frame, Rochester, MN Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis Horror Shorts, Shorewood, MN The House of MacGregor, Dallas, TX

Jasmine 26 and Cafe Kem, Minneapolis JWN Visual Addictions Photography Studio, Minneapolis Michael Kareken, St. Paul Ryan Kelly, St. Paul KMSP–Fox 9, Eden Prairie, MN La Mano 21, Minneapolis Landland, Minneapolis Lavender Magazine, Minneapolis Lex-Ham Community Theater, St. Paul Lights On Minneapolis

Nicholas Marshall Photography, Minneapolis Martha’s Vineyard Museum, Edgartown, MA McCool Unlimited, Minneapolis Meat and Potatoes, Burbank, CA Medtronic Inc., Mounds View, MN

out-of-state students

MetroMix, Minneapolis 24

Jim Meyer, Hopkins, MN Midtown Global Market, Minneapolis

Paul Nelson Photography, Minneapolis

Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis

Nickelodeon, New York City

Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis Television Network Minnesota Premier Publications, Minneapolis

Lisa Hurlen Photography, Alexandria, MN

Frenchy Lunning, St. Paul

Imagen International, St. Paul

Maple Lane Media, Minneapolis

Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx, Minneapolis

Independent Feature Project and Polar Producers, Minneapolis

Marco Polo Advertising, Edina, MN

Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley, MN

Marlaine Cox Metalworks, Minneapolis

Minnetonka Center for the Arts, MN

Marnita’s Table, Minneapolis

Monkey in a Dryer, Richfield, MN

Interact Center for the Visual & Performing Arts, Minneapolis

166 In 2009/10, MCAD enrolled

North Woods Advertising, Minneapolis Northern Lights Publishing Inc., Minneapolis Open Eye Figure Theatre, Minneapolis Outreach Counseling & Consulting Services Inc., Shoreview, MN Paper Bicycle, Minneapolis Paper Kitsune, Minneapolis Paper Magazine, New York City


INTERNSHIPS

MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

Peace Coffee, Minneapolis Pearson Lakes Art Center, Okoboji, IA

Runner Runner and Fischer Edit + FX, Minneapolis Christopher Schons, Minneapolis

Tin House, Portland, OR

Wake Magazine, Minneapolis

Toothie Fruitie, Burnsville, MN

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

TV Carnage, Brooklyn, NY

Watermill Productions, New York City

Andrew Pepoy, Chicago

Schulz Studios, Minneapolis

Periscope Studio, Portland, OR

Secta, New York City

Popular Front, Minneapolis

Seven Seas Entertainment, Los Angeles

UF Records, Minneapolis

Soo Visual Arts Center, Minneapolis

University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis

Alec Soth Photography, St. Paul Space150, Minneapolis

University of Minnesota, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Minneapolis

Special Olympics Minnesota, Minneapolis

Unnecessary Friction Records, Minneapolis

Spring Valley Bakery, WI

Uptown Photography, Minneapolis

Lee Stanford Photography, Minneapolis

Uptown Tattoo, Minneapolis

Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, St. Paul Prior Lake High School, Savage, MN The Push Institute, Minneapolis Quayside Publishing Group, Minneapolis Rectangles Framing & Things, Spring Grove, MN Luke Redfield, Minneapolis Relevant Media Group–Relevant Magazine, Orlando, FL Renewing the Countryside, Minneapolis Richmond Illustration Inc., Burnsville, MN

Ann Taylor, Edina, MN Team-Preston, Mt. Horeb, WI The Thorburn Group, Minneapolis 3D Virtual Events, Minneapolis Tiger Oak Publications Inc., Minneapolis

20x24 Studio, New York City 2D Cloud, Minneapolis

Urban Arts Academy, Minneapolis Urban Samurai Productions, Minneapolis U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Fort Snelling, MN Utne Reader, Minneapolis Vadae, Bloomington, MN

Ingrid Werthmann Photography, Minneapolis Wing Young Huie Photography & Gallery, Minneapolis Wink, Incorporated, Minneapolis WTIP North Shore Community Radio, Grand Marais, MN WUCW-TV, CW Twin Cities, St. Paul Youth Farm and Market Project, Minneapolis

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

TRUSTEES, ALUMNI BOARD, AND PROFESSORS EMERITI As of May 31, 2010

BOARD OF TRUSTEES David Hartwell, Chair

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

By 2010, MCAD had more than

2,500

David Andreas

Mike Keefe ’86, President

Uri Camarena

Abigail Allan ’08, MFA

Nathan Davis

Iggy Beerbower ’02, MFA

Mary Lazarus

Keith Braafladt ’86

Betsy Massie

Richard Busby ’81

Clinton H. Morrison

Joe Cecere ’92

Craig Rice ’76

Jan Elftmann ’84

Julie Snow

Janet Groenert ’79

D. Robert Teslow II

Anne Heike ’02

PROFESSORS EMERITI

Missy Staples Thompson

Bethany Iverson ’06

Patricia Allred

Bill Thorburn ’84

Kerri Jamison ’02, PB

Hazel Belvo

Bethany Kalk ’05, MFA

Frank Dreisbach

Mary Kazura ’99

Hazel Gamec ’67

Catherine Kennedy ’05

Phebe Hanson

Constant Kpami ’01

Aribert Munzner

David Mohr ’01, PB

Peter Seitz

Joe Monnens ’94

Richard Shaw

LIFE TRUSTEES Bruce Bean Cy DeCosse ’52 Clinton Morrison

TRUSTEES BY VIRTUE OF OFFICE Jay Coogan, President Mike Keefe ’86, President, Alumni Association Board of Directors

Gary Springer ’63 Emily Taylor ’00

followers on Twitter

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Roman Verostko


MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

MCAD STAFF AND FACULTY As of May 31, 2010

Jay Coogan, President

Becky Ewert, Adjunct Faculty

Design

Cynthia Hendricks, Executive Assistant

Mike Fetrow, Adjunct Faculty

Bernard Canniffe, Chair and Professor

Jessica Gallo, Adjunct Faculty

Tom Garrett, Professor

Kim Garretson, Adjunct Faculty

Jan Jancourt, Professor

John Golden, Adjunct Faculty

Erik Brandt, Assistant Professor

Matthew Hayes, Adjunct Faculty

Kindra Murphy, Assistant Professor

Jennifer Johnson, Adjunct Faculty

Barb Schulz, Assistant Professor

Shawn Judge, Adjunct Faculty

Kelly English, Visiting Designer

Osla Thomason, Administration Coordinator

Jennifer Kane, Adjunct Faculty

Jason Greenberg, Visiting Illustrator

Aaron Keller, Adjunct Faculty

Zak Sally, Visiting Artist

Ema Thoen, Senior Administrative Assistant

Kelly Kinnunen, Adjunct Faculty

Mauricio Arango, Adjunct Faculty

Kristin Anhorn, Administrative Assistant

Tom Laughlin, Adjunct Faculty

Greg Beckel, Adjunct Faculty

Rich McCracken, Adjunct Faculty

Allen Brewer, Adjunct Faculty

Lynda Monick-Isenberg, Adjunct Faculty

Nancy Carlson, Adjunct Faculty

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Vince Leo, Vice President and Professor Karen Ruskin, Associate Vice President

Bachelor of Science Jerry Allan, Chair and Professor J. Kevin Byrne, Professor Bruce Bendinger, Adjunct Faculty Pete Border, Adjunct Faculty Tim Brunelle, Adjunct Faculty

Kathleen O’Rourke, Adjunct Faculty Karen Schneider, Adjunct Faculty David Schutten, Adjunct Faculty Kathy Umland, Adjunct Faculty Matt Wilson, Adjunct Faculty

Alex DeArmond, Adjunct Faculty Greg Dickerson, Adjunct Faculty Brian Haberlin, Adjunct Faculty Carrie Hartman, Adjunct Faculty Ursula Husted, Adjunct Faculty Dan Ibarra, Adjunct Faculty

Jeff Coffey, Adjunct Faculty

Bethany Kalk, Adjunct Faculty

Rob Dewey, Adjunct Faculty

Tomasz Kaczynski, Adjunct Faculty

Bruce Edwards, Adjunct Faculty

Jim Keefe, Adjunct Faculty Lindsay Nohl, Adjunct Faculty

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

James O’Brien, Adjunct Faculty

Ed Charbonneau, Adjunct Faculty

Liberal Arts

Rick Peterson, Adjunct Faculty

Jennifer Danos, Adjunct Faculty

David Sandberg, Adjunct Faculty

Jennifer Hibbard, Adjunct Faculty

Thomas Haakenson, Chair and Associate Professor

Charlene Smith, Adjunct Faculty

Emily Hoisington, Adjunct Faculty

Melodee Strong, Adjunct Faculty

Roxanne Jackson, Adjunct Faculty

Michael Welch, Adjunct Faculty

Jacqueline Kielkopf, Adjunct Faculty

Maranatha Wilson, Adjunct Faculty

Stephen Klassen, Adjunct Faculty

Ulana Zahajkewycz, Adjunct Faculty

Dennis Lo, Adjunct Faculty Bridget O’Malley, Adjunct Faculty

Fine Arts

Kirsten Peterson, Adjunct Faculty

Karen Wirth, Chair and Professor

David Rich, Adjunct Faculty

Kinji Akagawa, Professor

Amy Sands, Adjunct Faculty

Elizabeth Erickson, Professor

Emily Sheehan, Adjunct Faculty

Brad Jirka, Professor

Pamela Valfer, Adjunct Faculty

Dean Wilson, Professor

Aaron Van Dyke, Adjunct Faculty

Michael Kareken, Associate Professor

Megan Vossler, Adjunct Faculty

Howard Quednau, Associate Professor John Gaunt, Assistant Professor Natasha Pestich, Assistant Professor Joshua Almond, Adjunct Faculty Abbi Allan, Adjunct Faculty Betsy Byers, Adjunct Faculty Elissa Cedarleaf-Dahl, Adjunct Faculty

Jody Williams, Adjunct Faculty Graduate Program Carole Fisher, Chair and Professor Ana Lois-Borzi, Adjunct Faculty Amy DiGennaro, Adjunct Faculty

Phil Anderson, Professor Philip Larson, Professor Frenchy Lunning, Professor

In 2009/10, MCAD offered

33 128 and

youth courses

Patricia Briggs, Associate Professor

continuing studies courses

Mary McDunn, Associate Professor Ruth Voights, Associate Professor

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Tom Pope, Assistant Professor Graeme Stout, Visiting Scholar Elissa Adams, Adjunct Faculty

Luis Morera, Adjunct Faculty

Will Alexander, Adjunct Faculty

Kira Obolensky, Adjunct Faculty

Anna Chisholm, Adjunct Faculty

Marsha Olson, Adjunct Faculty

Lightsey Darst, Adjunct Faculty

Rio Saito, Adjunct Faculty

Sheila Dickinson, Adjunct Faculty

Christina Schmid, Adjunct Faculty

Gretchen Gasterland-Gustafsson, Adjunct Faculty

Jonathan Thomas, Adjunct Faculty

Diana Green, Adjunct Faculty George Hoagland, Adjunct Faculty Neal Jahren, Adjunct Faculty

Ulana Zahajkewycz, Adjunct Faculty Media Arts

Marc Jensen, Adjunct Faculty

Stevie Rexroth, Chair and Associate Professor

Garnet Kindervater, Adjunct Faculty

Tom DeBiaso, Professor

Lydia Lunning, Adjunct Faculty

David Goldes, Professor


STAFF AND FACULTY

MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

Piotr Szyhalski, Professor

Adam Olson, Adjunct Faculty

Learning Center

MCAD Gallery

Katherine Turczan, Professor

Mike Owens, Adjunct Faculty

David Novak, Associate Professor

Ryan Philippi, Adjunct Faculty

Margie McGee, Director and Adjunct Faculty

Kerry Morgan, Director, Gallery and Exhibition Programs

Library

Online Learning

Suzanne Degler, Director

Rebecca Alm, Director and Professor

Allan Kohl, Visual Resources Librarian

James Johnson, Developer

Kay Kroeff-Streng, Technical Services Librarian

Printshop

Tom Schroeder, Assistant Professor George Mahoney, Visiting Artist

Academic Services

Paul Shambroom, Visiting Photographer

Lars Mason, Director

Mauricio Arango, Adjunct Faculty Thalia Drori, Adjunct Faculty Matthew Ehling, Adjunct Faculty Nathaniel Freeman, Adjunct Faculty Anton Friant, Adjunct Faculty Teri Fullerton, Adjunct Faculty Travis Hall, Visiting Artist Philip Harder, Adjunct Faculty Schell Hickel, Adjunct Faculty

Jeff Jones, Academic Services Coordinator Allison Vallant, Office and Studio Coordinator David Bradberry, Exhibition Services Technician Career Services

Eva Hyvarinen, Visual Resources Assistant

Phyllis Ware, Administrative Assistant

Tim Kiser, Circulation Assistant

Joseph Jolton, Adjunct Faculty

Continuing Studies

Dawn Klotzbach, Adjunct Faculty

Howard Oransky, Director

Brendan Leahy, Adjunct Faculty

Betsy Catron, Assistant Director

Catrin Magnusson, Adjunct Faculty

Lynsi Spaulding, Enrollment Coordinator

Patty McMeans, Adjunct Faculty Shane Mechelke, Adjunct Faculty

Gregg Zimmer, Circulation Coordinator

Christine Daves, Director

Rich Howard, Adjunct Faculty

Paula McCartney, Adjunct Faculty

Amy Naughton, Public Services Librarian

Emily Hietpas, Continuing Studies Assistant

Diana Eicher, Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty

3D Shop Don Myhre, Director Patrick Brennan, Academic Support Technician and Adjunct Faculty

Dan Leanio, Circulation Assistant

Patrick Carmody, Academic Support Technician and Adjunct Faculty

MCAD DesignWorks

Leslie Kelman, Academic Support Technician

J. Zachary Keenan, Director Catherine Grothe, Program Coordinator Aimee Gauthier, Design Intern Tamara McCoy, Project Coordinator Intern

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

TECHNOLOGY Hal Wells, Associate Vice President Information Technology Services Tim Baldoni, Director Rob Brown, Systems Administrator Mike Holisky, Systems Administrator Spencer Sinn, Systems Administrator Greg Talmo, Network Administrator

Technical Support Services

FACILITIES

Mike Gough, Lead Carpenter

Brock Rasmussen, Associate Vice President

Levi Murphy, Utility Carpenter

Todd Larson, Director Matt Beron, Classroom and Event Technician

Maureen Mueller, Senior Administrative Assistant

Mark Sherman, Help Desk Specialist Custodial ADMINISTRATION

Michael Baker, Supervisor

Pam Newsome-Prochniak, Vice President

Dennis Myhre, Night Foreman

Print Technology Services

Human Resources

Tyler Page, Director

Patty Helin, Human Resources Assistant

Bill Cook, Print Technology Specialist

Jo Bailen, Assistant Director

Media Technology Services

MCAD Art Cellar

Scott Bowman, Director

Jen Sturtz, Assistant Manager

Sandra Marble, Media Circulation Coordinator

Jacob Stoltz, Assistant Manager and Inventory Coordinator

Alex Bowes, Media Technology Specialist

Lindsay Smith, Lead Cashier

Allyson Harper, Manager

Christopher Dela Pole, Cashier Erin McKillip, Cashier

David Caylor, Routine Janitor Paul Majewski, Routine Janitor Jerry Reyes, Routine Janitor Anthony Schultz, Routine Janitor

Doug Velenchenko, Utility Carpenter Occupational Health and Safety Tom Grue, Coordinator Public Safety Steve McLaughlin, Assistant Director Pete Bohmbach, Lead Public Safety Officer

Bill Thrasher, Routine Janitor

Mike Gunderson, Public Safety Officer and Administrative Support

Paul Turczan, Routine Janitor

Dusty Hoskovec, Public Safety Officer

Hoyt Woodberry, Routine Janitor

Walter Hudson, Public Safety Officer Jason Koczur, Public Safety Officer

Facilities Maintenance

Rick Marasco, Public Safety Officer

Ken Williams, Supervisor

Barry Mortenson, Public Safety Officer

Jason Edgarton, Maintenance Mechanic

Greg Perrin, Public Safety Officer

Mark Kjellberg, Maintenance Mechanic

Marcia Quarberg, Public Safety Officer

Ed Nordby, Building Equipment Mechanic

Lindagail Roy, Public Safety Officer Fue Yang, Public Safety Officer

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STAFF AND FACULTY

MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

MCAD drastically reduced its SOV rate ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

Financial Aid

William Mullen, Vice President

Laura Link, Director Sara Nephew, Assistant Director

Admissions Melissa Huybrecht, Associate Director

FINANCE

Kris Musto, Principal Admissions Counselor

Kathy Bengtson, Controller

Kermit Graber, Senior Admissions Counselor Mary Kazura, Senior Admissions Counselor Tony Peruzzo, Senior Admissions Counselor Scott Hochhalter, Admissions Counselor Jessica Scott, Admissions Counselor Communications and External Relations Rob Davis, Director Steven Candy, Web Communications Coordinator Heidi Christine, Editorial Coordinator Tabitha Aleskerov, Web Administrator Caitlin Longley, Photography Intern

Dan Sjoquist, Vice President

Mary Yang Thao, Director, Financial Reporting Karla Larson, Office Services Specialist Nissa Prochaska, Financial Loan Analyst Miguel Granger, Bursar Matt Cartee, Mail & Office Services Clerk Hope Denardo, Accounting Assistant Amy Diehl, Accounting Assistant and Cashier Gao Thao, Accounting Assistant

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT Joan Grathwol Olson, Vice President Development Cindy Theis, Director

—the number of students and staff driving to campus in single-occupant vehicles—from

82 64 to

percent

percent

Doug Nathan, Associate Director, Alumni Relations Darcy Berus-Hoornbeek, Development Officer, Grants Tricia Pekarna, Advancement Services Specialist

Records Jacqueline Chestnut, Registrar Jamaica DelMar, Assistant to Registrar

STUDENT AFFAIRS Susan Calmenson, Vice President

Student Activities

Tom Glaser, Senior Counseling Psychologist

Megan Leafblad, Director

Jen Zuccola, Academic Advising Coordinator Alexis Akagawa, Advisor and International Student Program Coordinator Zoey Melf, Senior Administrative Assistant

Brett Smith, Student Life Assistant Student Housing Nate Lutz, Director

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

STATEMENTS OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

UNRESTRICTED REVENUES AND EXPENSES

Years Ended May 31, 2010, and May 31, 2009

Year Ended May 31, 2010

ASSETS

UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS

Cash and cash equivalents Student accounts receivable, less allowance for doubtful accounts of $35,000 in 2010 and 2009 Inventories

2010

2009

$3,365,364

$4,989,590

4,864

41,334 313,991

Prepaid expenses and deferred charges

71,441

41,254

Other receivables

98,943

87,163

272,400

464,000

24,900

24,900

Mortgages receivable Student notes receivable—net Endowment and long-term investments Deferred debt-acquisition costs Deposits held by trustee Property, plant, and equipment—net

TOTAL ASSETS

Long-Term Investments

Plant

$20,329,655

Less: scholarships and grants

(5,387,380)

(5,387,380)

Net tuition and fees

$14,942,275

$14,942,275

137,682

137,682

42,678

42,678

Unrestricted private gifts and grants

249,466

249,466

Endowment income—spending rate

573,636

573,636

Trust income

215,907

215,907

99,011

Tuition and fees

281,850

Contributions receivable

Revenues, Gains, and Other Support

965,451

1,020,757

37,469,774

30,503,395

222,147

165,537

1,997,615

1,059,598

13,949,531

12,371,003

$58,724,280

Federal government grants State government grants

Investment income

Accounts payable

481,352

2,187,653

2,187,653

Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises

19,078,729

TOTAL REVENUES, GAINS, AND LOSSES

387,205

350,946

Public service

Advance deposits

118,698

138,463

Academic support Student services Auxiliary enterprises

17,543

19,862

12,665,000

10,500,000

705,833

745,005

$17,107,411

$14,242,897

Instruction

Net Assets $17,261,385

$15,065,666

Temporarily restricted

10,396,637

8,501,752

Permanently restricted

13,958,847

13,272,207

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

• $1,810,182

9,237

20,898,148

122,732

1,796,938

$131,969

$22,695,086

$787,933

$9,724,997

$41,616,869

$36,839,625

$58,724,280

$51,082,522

$8,937,064

258,241

1,901,344

110,896

2,012,240

2,898,588

39,868

2,938,456

1,692,332

563,184

2,255,516

3,277,323

32,594

3,309,917

1,974,119

363,862

2,337,981

258,241

Support expenses

Allocable expenses Operation and maintenance

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$20,752,935

1,810,182

Program expenses

General administration

Unrestricted

1,674,206

1,810,182

Expenses

Deferred revenue

TOTAL LIABILITIES

1,968,233

1,705,040

Government grants refundable

8,982

1,882,713

Long-term debt

99,266

481,352

$783,581

Actuarial liability on annuities payable

255

Other sources

$1,330,419

Accrued liabilities

$20,329,655

149,069

Net assets released from restrictions

Liabilities

Total

Gains (losses) on investments— net of spending rate

$51,082,522

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Operating

Depreciation

594,378

594,378

Interest and amortization

576,236

576,236

(1,974,119)

(1,534,476)

(3,508,595)

$18,964,892

$1,534,475

$20,499,367

$1,018,743

$(1,018,743)

Transfer from current fund to plant fund

500,000

(500,000)

Expended for plant facilities

47,191

(47,191)

$1,565,934

$(1,565,934)

Less: allocated expenses

TOTAL EXPENSES

Transfers Retirement of indebtedness­­­—principal and interest

TOTAL TRANSFERS

CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS

$222,109

$1,810,182

$163,428

$2,195,719

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MCAD ANNUAL REPORT 2009/10

Joan Grathwol Olson, Vice President, Institutional Advancement Cindy Theis, Director, Development Rob Davis, Director, Communications and External Relations

The Minneapolis College of Art and Design is registered as a private institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to

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136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credits earned at the institution may not transfer to all other institutions. Nondiscrimination Policy The Minneapolis College of Art and Design admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs. MCAD is an Equal Opportunity Employer It is the policy of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design to provide equal employment opportunity. The college does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, status with regard to receipt of public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, or any other characteristic protected by law. Designed by Alexandra Roche ’10, MCAD DesignWorks

MCAD 2009/10 Annual Report  

Minneapolis College of Art and Design Annual Report

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