Sun Valley Museum of Art 2020-2021 Annual Impact Report

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ANNUAL IMPACT REPORT

Our Mission To enrich our community through transformative arts and educational experiences. svmoa.org


Looking Back, Moving Forward WITH GRATITUDE

Pat Boas, Sentinels (detail)


Dear Friends, It has been nothing short of an astonishing year:

>> Perseverance became a byword as COVID-19 required a new kind of focus. We

reduced our budget by $2 million and had to say goodbye to colleagues who we sorely miss. But that tenacity resulted in SVMoA’s finishing the fiscal year in strong financial health. Several highly competitive grants helped underwrite programs and the community’s support remained steadfast.

>> Finding hope in the midst of a pandemic, we reimagined how to deliver stimulating programs for students and families. We provided a creative boost for teachers and intellectual fodder for the community’s adults as we discovered new paths to meet our mission of providing transformational arts and educational experiences.

>> Taking time during a period of profound societal change to build relationships

and work in partnership with the valley’s Latino community has been enormously rewarding as we create new Spanish-language and bilingual programs to serve and celebrate the whole community.

>> Honoring 50 years of SVMoA and reflecting on the hundreds of outstanding

artists, musicians and thought leaders who have shared their talents with this small mountain community has been inspiring. We look to our future energized by this formidable foundation.

For five decades, the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, now Sun Valley Museum of Art, has morphed and changed in response to the growth and needs of the people who call the Wood River Valley home. The through line has been education and the belief that the arts are an essential part of our human experience. Some things have stuck—concerts under the summer sun and classes that allow us to exercise our creative muscles. Other programs develop in response to need—enrichment opportunities for teachers; lectures and performing arts events that elucidate BIG IDEAS; exhibitions that celebrate and nurture the traditions of Mexican, Peruvian and Shoshone-Bannock peoples. None of us know exactly what the next 50 years will hold—or what SVMoA will offer in response—but we know we will be here working for you. As we look to our future, we will work to provoke and deliver ways for all of us to better see and understand ourselves and our world. As we fulfill the promise of our past, we hope you are inspired to join us. We are ever so grateful for your participation, your support and your commitment to this place we share. With gratitude,

Kristin Poole Artistic Director

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Points of Pride HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2020/2021 FISCAL YEAR We celebrate Sun Valley Museum of Art’s accomplishments in a year defined by unprecedented challenge. This year affirmed the necessity of the arts in our lives and community—and called for perseverance, amplified our responsiveness and renewed our commitment to all those we serve.


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Determination & Longevity PERSEVERANCE BECAME A BYWORD AS COVID-19 REQUIRED A NEW KIND OF RESPONSIVENESS While the pandemic necessitated painful budget cuts and staff layoffs, SVMoA adjusted programs and sought out new funding opportunities that resulted in receipt of several notable competitive grants. Ongoing support from the local community and our membership was inspiring and affirming. >> GRANTS

AWARDED FROM THE ROBERT LEHMAN FOUNDATION, THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES, WESTAF REGIONAL ARTS RESILIENCE FUND (PART OF ANDREW MELLON FOUNDATION) AND THE FORD FOUNDATION, AMONG MANY OTHERS

Open Studio: Figure Drawing, January 2021


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Finding Hope Through the Arts DISCOVERING NEW WAYS TO CONNECT, CREATE AND INSPIRE We reimagined how to deliver stimulating programs, providing a creative boost for teachers, additional classes for the valley’s students and intellectual fodder for the community’s adults. >> NEW

PROGRAMS: SMART ART AFTER-SCHOOL YOUTH PROGRAM, EXPANDED TEEN WORKSHOPS, SUMMER CREATIVES FOR ADULTS, ADULT CLASSES IN SPANISH, LIVESTREAMED OPEN STUDIOS, ART HISTORY LECTURES AND ARTISTS TALKS

Middle School Summer Art Week(for students entering grades 6–8), Summer 2020


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Commitment to the Whole Community DEEPENING PARTNERSHIPS, BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS AND STRENGTHENING CONNECTIONS During a period of profound societal change, we have prioritized building relationships with other nonprofits and developing programs in partnership with the valley’s Spanish-speaking community. >> LAUNCHED A NEW SERIES OF HISPANIC/LATINX CLASSES, COMMUNITY

WORKSHOPS, CULTURAL EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS THAT CELEBRATE THE TRADITIONS OF MEXICAN, PERUVIAN AND SHOSHONE-BANNOCK PEOPLES AND FOREGROUND ARTISTS WITH ROOTS IN THOSE COMMUNITIES

Mother’s Day Celebration: Hat Decorating and Folk Dancing with Denice Nava and Jane Lopez, May 2021


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Honoring a Deep & Storied History CELEBRATING OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY, WE’VE HAD A CHANCE TO REFLECT ON OUR IMPACT AND SOLIDIFY A FOUNDATION FOR OUR FUTURE Recognizing 50 years and the hundreds of outstanding artists, musicians and thought leaders who have shared their talents with this small mountain community has been inspiring. >> 800+ ARTISTS FEATURED IN

297 VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITIONS >> 460 PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS FOR MORE THAN 125,000 PEOPLE >> 71 LECTURES

Sun Valley Center for the Arts student, Summer 1975

>> 150 K–12 EDUCATION

PROGRAMS PER YEAR, REACHING 4,000 STUDENTS ANNUALLY >> OVER $1 MILLION IN SCHOLARSHIP GIVING


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Year In Review

SUN VALLEY MUSEUM OF ART PROGRAMS AND EVENTS: JUNE 1, 2020–MAY 31, 2021

BIG IDEA PROJECTS & MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

PERFORMING ARTS RESIDENCY & CONCERT SERIES

Free Play

None in FY 2020-2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic

MARCH 20–JUNE 30, 2020

From the Colour of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie JULY 10–SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

Gem State

SEPTEMBER 23–DECEMBER 31, 2020

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES None in FY 2020-2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic

LIVESTREAMED PERFORMANCES

APRIL 30–JULY 28, 2021

Beverly Lovers performance David Wax Museum performance Portland Cello Project presented in coordination with the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center

EVENING EXHIBITION TOURS

FILM

From the Colour of Its Bloom: Camas Prairie

180 Degrees South 93 Queen

Deeds Not Words: Women Working for Change JANUARY 8–APRIL 16, 2021

Clay, Silver, Ink: SVC at 50

(2 TOURS)

Gem State (6 TOURS) Deeds Not Words: Women Working for Change (6 TOURS)

Clay, Silver, Ink: SVC at 50 (2 TOURS)

FEATURED SPEAKERS/LECTURES PART OF SVMoA’S BIG IDEA PROJECTS

Azar Nafisi (livestreamed)

PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

ARTIST TALKS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS & ART HISTORY LECTURES LET THERE BE—A Conversation

with Sarah Sentilles, Alan Pesky, Anna Fidler and Heather Watkins (livestreamed) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS ARTIST TALK with Brad Johnson (livestreamed) PART OF GEM STATE

PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

A Chef’s Voyage Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Billie PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Carole King Live at Hyde Park at the Sun Valley Pavilion Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

For Sama PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Honeyland Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President Manhattan Shorts Matangi Maya M.I.A.

ARTIST TALK with Pat Boas (livestreamed) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

ART HISTORY LECTURE: Breaking Traditions,

PART OF FREE PLAY

Modernist and Postmodernist Artists as Activists with Kristin Poole (livestreamed) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS ART HISTORY LECTURE: Making Art, Making Change:

Women Artists in Latin America with Courtney Gilbert (livestreamed) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

ART HISTORY LECTURE: Two Women Artists

of the Baroque Era with Elaine French (livestreamed) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Meow Wolf Obit Oscar Shorts: Animated, Live Action, Documentary Ottolenghi and the Cakes of Versailles Stray The Proposal The Times of Bill Cunningham Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Walking on Water

In May 2021, Sun Valley Museum of Art and Company of Fools theatre group formally agreed to become two independent arts organizations. After 7 years of joint programming following a merger in 2013, the theatre company and museum have once again become separate 501c3 organizations, with The Liberty Theatre Company (TLTC) carrying on the legacy of Company of Fools, with new leadership and a new mission.


All members, donors and our annual Wine Auction participants help provide support for SVMoA’s K–12 art education programs, all of which are offered free to students. SVMoA’s programs are supported by individuals and foundations as well as public funding for the arts through the Idaho Commission on the Arts, the Idaho Legislature, Western States Arts Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

THEATRE LIVESTREAMED PLAY READINGS

Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol The Thanksgiving Play

K–12 ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAMS STUDENT EXHIBITION TOURS

Gem State Sun Valley Community School (3 TOURS) Deeds Not Words: Women Working for Change Ketchum Rec (1 TOUR) Sage School (1 TOUR) Syringa Mountain School (1 TOUR) Clay, Silver, Ink: SVC at 50 Sun Valley Community School (1 TOUR)

STUDENT EXHIBITION TOURS (livestreamed)

Gem State Ernest Hemingway STEAM School (1 TOUR) Deeds Not Words: Women Working for Change Ernest Hemingway STEAM School (1 TOUR)

PERFORMING ARTS RESIDENCIES

None in FY 2020-2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic CLASSROOM ENRICHMENT PROJECTS

None in FY 2020-2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic IN-SCHOOL PROJECT (livestreamed) Monologue Writing and Presentation with Matt Musgrove STUDENT AND EDUCATOR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

20 scholarships awarded to 15 students and 5 educators, totaling $38,979

SPECIAL WORKSHOPS/ENGAGEMENTS

CLASSES, WORKSHOPS & OPEN STUDIOS CREATIVE JUMP-INS

An Intro to Encaustic Monotype Printmaking with Nancy Vorm Woven Baskets with Sally Metcalf Watercolor Foundations with Susan Perin

CRAFT SERIES ONE-NIGHT WORKSHOPS

Bookbinding with (Re)purpose with Rachael Mayer Introduction to Monotype—Painterly Printmaking with Jeff Juhlin Gemstone Rings with Lisa Horton Painted Scarves with Lisa Flowers Ross Three-Color Reduction Prints with Chad Seelig Treasure Necklaces with Lisa Horton Power of the Press—Copper Etching with Marne Elmore Upcycled Cocktails and Clotheskeeping— How and Why to Take Good Care of Your Clothes with Jeanna Wigger Visible Mending—Create Your Own Mending Kit with Jeanna Wigger

WRITING WORKSHOPS

A Thousand Words with Sarah Sentilles PART OF GEM STATE

OPEN STUDIO FIGURE DRAWING

Fall 2020 (1 SESSION livestreamed, 2 SESSIONS in-person) Winter 2021 (4 SESSIONS) Spring 2021 (3 SESSIONS)

YOUTH PROGRAMMING SMART ART—a weekly after-school class for students

PART OF GEM STATE

in grades 4 and 5 Fall 2020 (14 SESSIONS) Winter 2021 (12 SESSIONS) Spring 2021 (12 SESSIONS)

WORKSHOP: Capture the Spring Prairie—

ART CAMPS

GEOLOGY FIELD TRIP AND HIKE:

Geology of the East Fork with Paul Link

Interactive Flag Project with artist MK Guth PART OF FROM THE COLOUR OF ITS BLOOM BILINGUAL MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION:

Hat Decorating and Folk Dancing with Denice Nava and Jane Lopez

FAMILY PROGRAMMING AFTERNOON ART—a Friday afternoon family program

Summer 2020 (3-PART SERIES WITH 2 SESSIONS EA.) PART OF FROM THE COLOUR OF ITS BLOOM

Fall 2020 (3-PART SERIES WITH 2 SESSIONS EA.) PART OF GEM STATE

Winter 2021 (3-PART SERIES WITH 2 SESSIONS EA.) PART OF DEEDS NOT WORDS

Kids Summer Camp for kids entering grades 3–5 Middle School Art Week for kids entering grades 6–8

TEEN WORKSHOPS

Drawing & Doodling Exploring Mandalas with Kate O’Brien Hand Printing with Chad Seelig Stories from the Pandemic Monologue Writing with Company of Fools Artist Matt Musgrove Handmade Hardcover Journals with Angela Batchelor Knitted Critters with SVMoA education staff Magical Carousel Books with Angela Batchelor Off Script: Crafting the Ensemble with Jessica Mayne Tempera Resist with Kimber Traue 2020/2021 ANNUAL IMPACT REPORT


Financials YOUR INVESTMENT IN THE ARTS IS VITAL. Donors don’t give to us, they give THROUGH

us. You allow us to continue as a leader in arts programming in Idaho. We carefully allocate every penny to best support our mission and positively impact as many people in our community as possible. We are honored to have your trust in this important work. We are proud to share that Sun Valley Museum of Art earned the Platinum Seal Income Income of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. 683,675 683,675

152,210 152,210 54,845 54,845 195,379

195,379

25,363 OPERATING1,111,471 INCOME

WINE AUCTION NET

25,363

29%

1,111,471

CONTRIBUTED

29%

58%

29%

244,935 CONTRIBUTIONS 244,935 555,460

555,460 Individual Support. .................................$683,675 1,911,866 1,911,866 Membership Dues................................... $152,210 Foundation Support...............................$195,379 Corporate Support.................................. $54,845 0 Government Support..............................$25,363 343,330 0 Total Contributed...........................................$1,111,471 206,458 343,330 317,695 Earned...................................................................$244,935 206,458 259,557 Wine Auction 317,695 Net.......................................... $555,460

58%

58%

13%

13% EARNED

13%

1,127,040

259,557

250,025 TOTAL OPERATING INCOME............ $1,911,866 1,127,040 156,907

250,025

Expense

1,533,972

156,907

Expense

1,533,972 377,894

ADMINISTRATION

OPERATING EXPENSE

10%

377,894 ent does not reflect auditor adjustments such as depreciation or amortization

PROGRAMMING

&asEducation. ....................$343,330 not reflect auditorHumanities adjustments such depreciation or amortization Performing Arts......................................$206,458 Museum Exhibitions...............................$317,695 Company of Fools................................... $259,557 Total Programming.....................................$1,127,040 Fundraising.........................................................$250,025 Administration..................................................$156,907

FUNDRAISING

16%

10%

10%

16%

16%

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE............ $1,533,972 OPERATING NET SURPLUS.......................377,894*

74%

PROGRAMMING

74%

*This financial statement does not reflect auditor adjustments such as depreciation or amortization

74%


Contributions FOUNDATION SUPPORT

18%

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

2%

2%

Contributions

18%

CONTRIBUTIONS

CORPORATE SUPPORT

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

5%

MEMBERSHIP DUES

2%

5%

18%

CORPORATE SUPPORT FOUNDATION SUPPORT

14%

MEMBERSHIP DUES

14%

61%

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

5%

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT 14%

23%

61%

Programming

61%

31% Programming

HUMANITIES & EDUCATION COMPANY OF FOOLS

23%

31%

Humanities & Classes Performing Arts

23%

Visual Arts 31%

SVMoA PROGRAMMING

Company of Fools

28%

Humanities &HUMANITIES Classes

18%

& EDUCATION

Performing Arts Visual Arts

PERFORMING ARTS

Company of Fools MUSEUM

EXHIBITIONS THEATRE

28%

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

28%

18%

PERFORMING ARTS

18%

INCOME CHART Earned revenue decreased significantly due to restricted and canceled events because of the COVID-19 pandemic. CONTRIBUTIONS CHART SVMoA saw an increase in foundation support and non-governmental grants. Some were targeted support in response to the COVID-19 crisis. EXPENSE CHART SVMoA was not able to produce a number of programs due to the pandemic. While large, in-person events were canceled, we focused on small or virtual events, experiencing a decrease in program expenses. PROGRAMMING CHART SVMoA was not able to produce a number of programs due to the pandemic. While large events such as our summer concert were canceled, we focused on small or virtual events, experiencing a shift in program expenses. Company of Fools expense was 23% because SVMoA invested in The Liberty Theatre Company. 2020/2021 ANNUAL IMPACT REPORT


Recognition Sun Valley Museum of Art is grateful to the following individuals, businesses, foundations and government agencies for their financial support of our annual operations and programming during the period June 1, 2020–May 31, 2021.

$50,000+

$10,000–$19,999

Heather Horton —Heather Horton Charitable Fund Barbara and John Lehman Ann O’Nomus Wendy and Alan Pesky Wells Fargo— The Private Bank Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF)

Anonymous Grace Harvey and John Bailey Ginger and Don Brandt Nancy Cameron Mary Constant Kelly C. Corroon and Michael A. Jones Cox Communications Sophie Craighead Quin and Peter Curran Ann and Mark Edlen and Family Sandra and Chip Fisher Nancy and Ross Goldstein Linda Cade and Terry Halverson Heinz Family Foundation Caroline and Stephen Hobbs —Hobbs Builders LLC Idaho Humanities Council Glenn C. Janss Kathleen M. Jones Manitou Fund Rebecca and Jonathan Neeley Robert Rand— The James J. Colt Foundation, Inc. Pam Slomski Jane and Ed Springman The Ford Family Foundation The Pittsburgh Foundation Trish and Dave Wilson Jane Woodward Sarah and David Woodward Barbara and Stanley Zax

$20,000–$49,999 The Dawson Family Kim Kawaguchi and Bob Disbrow The Michael S. Engl Family Foundation Ellen and James Gillespie —von der Heyden Family Foundation Susan and Ron Greenspan Kathy and Joe Hardiman —Hardiman Family Foundation Teresa Heinz Cynthia and Blair Hull Idaho Commission on the Arts Institute of Museum and Library Services Andrea Laporte Krista Lida Simor Jane Mason— The Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Linda and Bill Nicholson Brittain and Peter Palmedo Tedde and Jim Reid Robyn M. Rogers —The Robert M. Rogers Foundation Lisa Rose and Marty Albertson —Marilyn Rivera Memorial Fund The Shubert Foundation The Smooke Family Carol Swig Jeri L. Wolfson —Wolfson Family Foundations

$5,000–$9,999 Lisa and Richard Altig Patricia Aluisi and John Montague Gwynn and Mitchel August Susan Barbey-Booth Bessemer Trust Sue and Greg Brakovich Liz K. Brown Amber Busuttil Mullen JoAnn and Ron Busuttil Dee and Roger Carter City of Hailey

Mark de Reus B&C Wendy and Jim Drasdo Cami and Adam Elias and Family Susan Flynt Elaine and John French Suzanne L. Gerlits Sylvia and Ronnie Hartman Vivian and Brian Henderson Dan and Jodie Hunt —Roy A. Hunt Foundation Elinor and Ross Jannotta Marcia and Don Liebich Sharon and Gregory Maffei Willa and Jim McLaughlin Denise and Peter Merlone Jeanne Meyers Candace and Charles Nelson Elizabeth Ohm and Brodie Cobb Trina and Jake Peters Jan and Michael Quinn Muffy Ritz—Larsen Fund Virginia and Don Robb —Robb Family Trust Laura Rose-Lewis and Scott Lewis Stephanie Booth Shafran and Steve Shafran —The Otis Booth Foundation Tory Sherman Kate Lally and Paul Solomon Spur — Rixon + Cronin Charitable Fund Lisa Stelck and Bill Boeger Catherine Sullivan— The Jack and Catherine Sullivan Charitable Fund Gail Thornton Julie Weston and Gerhardt Morrison Jennifer Wilson

$2,500–$4,999 Anonymous (2) Linda and Clay Bowling The Bretall Family in loving memory of Norah Bretall Elizabeth and Jack Bunce

Stephanie and Jason Child Mary Lee Copp —Formanek Foundation Carolyn Corvi and John Bates Rick and Candace Emsiek —Emsiek Family Fund Susan Engs Cynthia and Edsel Ford Karen and Ned Gilhuly Patricia Duetting and Richard Hare Leslie and Michael Lanahan Betsy and Ben Lawrence Constance Lawton and Jim Yoder Robin Leavitt and Terry Friedlander Carolyn and John Lloyd— Lloyd Construction, Inc. Ali Long—The Springcreek Foundation Jane Rosen and Scott Miley —Scott Miley Roofing Carol P. Nie Melanie Paisley and Kristin Poole Ann and John Partridge Jan Philipsborn and Mitchell Hollins Elizabeth and Robert Reniers Kathryn and Kirk Riedinger Julie and Preston Sargent Gail Severn Sharon and Bill Shubin— The Bill and Sharon Shubin Family Foundation, Inc. Caryn and Robert Tyre Mary Jameson and Larry Wangberg Judith Weiss Levy Henry Whiting II

$1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (5) Laurie and Paul Ahern —Ahern Family Fund Lee Gilman Builders, Inc. Mary J. Andrews Lesley Andrus Sherry Archer Jill and Steven Beck Roberta and Ronald Bloom


Suzanne Pride Bryan and Stuart Bryan Donna and Steve Burnstead Suzy Carter Orb Calista and Tim Carter Carwithen Pianos Plus Blakesley and Cyril Chappellet John Claster Penny and Harold Coe Mary and Michael Colhoun Robert S. Colman Nancy and Charles Cord Kingsley and John Croul Anne and James Crumpacker Carolyn and Woody Cullen Penelope and James W. DeYoung Ann and Mark Dooley Linda and Bob Edwards Mary Jane Elmore Alexandra and John Engs Jill and Mark Eshman John B. and Delores L. Fery Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation Jamie Forese Linda and Ted Fouts Janet Reider and Tom Frankel —The Frankel Family Foundation Laura and Barrett Freedlander Joyce B. Friedman in memory of Norman Friedman Felicitas Funke Deana and Morley Golden Margaret and Roger Gould Julie and Richard Harrah Happy Hawn Geri Herbert Dawn Ross and Doug Hickey Kitty Hillman Mary and Alan Hogg Eileen and Steve Howard Ellen F. James Eleanor Jeffrey Judy Jellinek Katherine and McKay Johnson Wendy and David Kistler Bonnie and Peter Kremer Jennifer and Chris Laporte Family Fund— Greater Houston Community Fund Carla and Donald Lewis Chuck and Pamela Lyford Fund Susan Martin Jane and Steve Mitchell Janet Nathanail and William Flanz

Holly Myers and Kirk Neely Holbrook Newman and Geoffrey J. Isles Judith and Donald Nickelson —Fletcher Jones Foundation Alexandra Niederauer Matt Olson Elaine and Michael Phillips Arden B. Poole Susan Reinstein and Brian Ross Gregg Renfrew and Mark Hancock Nancy and Paul Richards Rhonda K. Robbins, M.D. Jeff Seely and Kim Brown Seely —The Seely Family Fund Eileen and Kevin Shields Carol Sinnott John A. Sofro Donna Solimene Ashley and Davin Staats Daehn Steffen Robert Stewart —Stewart Family Foundation Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters Susan Swig Julie and Bryan Syrdal Judith Teller Kaye and David Kaye Lisa Tilney Marjorie and Barry Traub Lois Ukropina Taylor and Mark Ullman Bill Weidner —River Contractors, Inc. Whitefish Community Foundation Lynn Whittelsey —Lynn and Frank Whittelsey Designated Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation Sally and James Will Mary Dewitt Wilson Wood River Women’s Foundation Priscilla and Ward Woods Julie and Tony Zanze Lisa Nemec and Edward Zbella

$500–$999 Anonymous (4) Mary Bachman and William Downing Carolyn and Donald Benson Christie and Timothy Black —Tim Black Custom Cabinetry and Furniture

Pat Boas Carol Boswell Guy Cherp Virginia Cirica Paul Croegaert Peggy Dean Cris and Richard DePosit Sue and Earl Engelmann Jeanne and Roger Foreman Stephanie and Harold Fowler Jane Letourneau and John Frey Tess O’Sullivan and Jeremy Fryberger Susan Giannettino and James Keller Stephen Gilman Susan and David Haas Michael and Irene Healy Charitable Fund Lynne Humphries K & A Inc. / Panache Jeffrey Katz Vivek Krishnappa Debra and Jack Levin LeeAnne and Chris Linderman Michael Mars Claudia McCain Trina and Joe McNeal Lili and Ambrose Monell Tom and Ann Morris Willy California LLC Suzanne and Alex Orb Susan and Reuben Perin Katherine Poole Joy and Jack Prudek Bev and Brent Robinson Lynda and Robert Safron Susan and Charles Sawyers Rhea S. Schwartz and Paul M. Wolff Heidi and Ed Sinnott Becky and Pete Smith Megan Stevenson Penfield Stroh and Arne Ryason Louise and Trent Stumph Suzanne J. Thomas Charlotte Unger Peggy Wagener Stephen Wall Gay V. Weake and Jay Cassell Anita Weissberg

$250–$499 Anonymous (8) Ruth and Marshall Ames Delvin and Joe Ash Brittany Barker

Pamela and John Beckert —Beckert Family Foundation Claire and Doug Beighle Chris Benter Ruth and Jacob Bloom Phoebe J. and Fred W. Boelter —Boelter Family Charitable Fund Debbe and Franklin O. Booth III Sandra and Lawrence Bosley Lisa and Perry Boyle Stacie and Rick Brew Julie Brewer The Browne Family Patricia and Richard Bruder Lindy and William Buchanan Bonnie Cashin Lauren Chiara Kristin Christie Anne and Sean Coffey Coleman Family Susan and Gary Crowe D’Angelo Development Janet and Roger DeBard Deb and John Dimant Bob Dix Carey and John Dondero Buck Drew Miren and Willis duPont Gail Dwyer Robin and Sam East LeeAnn and Richard Fairfield Barbara and Jim Figge Julie Firestone Alli Frank and Scott Pinizzotto Deborah and Robert Gilbert Sara and Mike Gilman Carol and Scott Glenn Jennifer and Mike Goitiandia Cathy and Philip Goldstein Lolly Greeninger Sherry Harkins Carolyn and Bill Harper Ellen Harris Heart of Gold Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation Roberta and Thomas Heinrich, Jr. Leslie Henning Pat and Jack Hoffman Barbara and Daniel Hurlbutt Cathy and George Iliff Wendy and Jim Jaquet Beverly and Don Jefferson Debbie and Jerry Johnson Sherry and Dale Jones Laurie Joseph Robin Kanowsky

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Judith Kindler and Kyle Johnson Polly and Don King Trish Klahr and Lee Melly Alicia Kossick Barbara Kruse Marie and Jack Kueneman Inge-Lise* and Jack Lane Bobbi Daniels and David Laxson Elisa Levin Kathie Levison Kathy and Wally Limburg Karen and Thomas Linden Patricia McCarrick and Ken Luplow Mila and Marty Lyon Katie and John MacCarthy Jan and Bob Main Mari Marchbanks Kiki and Wayne Martin Michael Doty Associates Sarah Michael and Bob Jonas Sylvia and Nicholas Miller Kim Taylor and John Milner Susan and Robert Morgenthau Carolyn Morrow Cynthia and Kingsley Murphy Karen Hughes Murphy Bettina P. Murray, Ph.D. Linda Jensen and Robert Nimmo Louise and Jay Noyes Brad Nysether Judy and Don Oliphant Julie Olson Owen Parmele Susan Passovoy June and Alan Patty Paula and Keith Perry Shannon and David Presson Victoire and Alfred M. Rankin, Jr. Carolyn and Joseph Reece Melissa Rivelo Deb Robertson and Jeff Lamoureux Lois Rosen Jane and Terry Ross Ellen and Arthur Rubinfeld Phebe Thorne and Cornelius Ryan Janet Schaumburg David Seelos Ann and Irwin Sentilles Sarah Sentilles and Eric Toshalis The Serratore Family Anndel Kininmonth and Bruce Smith Candice and Richard Stark

Regina Swindle The Johnson Company Dookie and Bill Tingue C. Bowdoin Train Annie and Bill Vanderbilt Christie and Dave Vik Francis Ward Nancy and William Warren Lynne and Kenneth Weakley Sandra L. Webel Barbara and L.R. Williams Susan H. Wolford Heidi and Rick Worcester

$100–$249 Anonymous (33) Sherry and Douglas Aanestad Lyn Aborn and Scott Molinaroli Barbara and Mark Acker Lois and Bart Adrian Patti and Peter Ahrens Lisa-Marie Allen and Peter Hendricks Frederick Allington Kelly and Glen Allison Irene Alverson Terry and Robert Anderson Hilary Armstrong Jude Arvidson Judy and Don Atkinson Char and George Bagley Lisa L. Morbidelli and Michael P. Barbee Brent Barsotti Brian Barsotti Gretchen and Jay Basen Maria Beattie Jody Beckwith Jane Beebe Ben Benson Dell-Ann Benson Winton Berci Margaret Berger Kamie Hobbs Berkey and Bryan Berkey KB and Chris Bigelow Kelly Bird and Bob Lynch Susan and Arnold Blair Mary and John Blair Kathleen and Hugh Blue —The Blue Family Trust Toni, Matt and Georgia Bogue Nancy and Mike Bohannon Karen and Charles Bohlke* Alison Higdon and Peter Boice Barbara and Richard Boyer Deborah and Jason Brickley Kia and Christian Brown Richard Brown and Rhonda Brown

Anne and Mike Brunelle Paula and Ben Buckendorf Morgan Buckert and Paddy McIlvoy Colleen Buckley-Reynolds Laura and Doug Burdge Laurie and Jack Burke Peter Burke and Daniel Leeds Sara and Ned Burns Jan and Gerry Burrell Scott Buxton Cathie Caccia Judy and Kevin Cahill Robin Calderon Jennifer and Joe Calvin Tracey and Mark Caraluzzi Ragna Caron Donna and Tom Carvey Stephanie and Scott Chamberlain Barb and Ed Christian Brownell and Douglas Cochran Julie Cohen Carolyn and Chuck Coiner Pamela Colesworthy and Warren Benjamin Brenda Cook Susan and James Coons Katrina and Christopher Cord Liz Schwerdtle and Bob Corker Jane and Jim Coughlin Kirsten and Michael Coughlin Susan and Roger Crist Joan and Ralph Crowley Betsy and Cornelius C. Crusel Jr. Nancy and Terry Curran Betsy and Roger Dailey Dargatz Endowment Fund Karin Davies Patricia Davies Evette Davis Ray Davis Karen and Marc de Saint Phalle Susan DeChevrieux Kathy Deeter Mary Kim Deffe Krista Detwiler Kristi and Robert Diercks Kimrick Dolson Steve Dorinson Patti and Jay Dorr Marcia and Dale Drage Kathryn and John Driscoll Dianna Pheifer Drucker Kristina and Kenneth Dudunakis Kathy and George Edwards

Elizabeth Leach Gallery Marne Elmore Jenny Emery Davidson and Mark Davidson Michelle Englert Joyce Ernst Stephanie and Andrew Evans Joyce Fabre Craig Randle Janet and Gregg Falcone Patti Felton Nancy and Doug Fenn Christine Ferguson and Dave Berman Claudia Fiaschetti Randi and Fred Filoon Jamie Enslin and John Finke Daralene and John Finnell Linda and Mike Fitzgerald Sandra and John Flattery Katelyn and John Foley Ed Forman Daniel Foster Doug Fowler Judith Freeman Margery and Bernard Friedlander Gretel and Charles Friedman Jocelyn and Myles Friel Judianne Fuller Brooke and Dylan Fullmer Cathy and Clark Furlow Theresa Gallant Arthur Galloway James Gandolfi Sandy and Robert Gannan Kathryn and Robert Gardner Carla and John Garrison Manon Gaudreau Judith and Ernest Getto Gilman Contemporary Alfred Glassell III Michelle and Baird Gourlay Michele and Fritz Grabher Corey Graham Kathryn and Tim Graves Lynn and Austen Gray Stormi Greener Brown Svea and Chris Grover Courtney Hamilton Dennis Hanggi Tiffanie and David Hanks Shane, Julie and Lucy Harris Margund and John Haskell Linda and Ron Hatzenbuhler Betsy Hauck Jude Hawkes and Charlie Pomeroy Hope Hayward and Walter Eisank Sue and Pete Heaphy Pat and Alex Higgins


Margie and Jim Hill Marcia and Ken Hills Marcia Hines Bobbye Hinson Denise and Bill Hodges Marilyn and Fritz Hoffman Nancy and Charles Hogan Laurel Holland and Shannon Marinos Lisa Holley Peggy M. Hollitz Susie and Jim Howard Carol and Bert Hughes Kathryn and Terry Hulbert Sandra Hyde Idaho Lumber and Hardware Susan and Peter Jackson Ellen E. James Craig Jensen Eleanor Jewett and Eric Rogers Allen Jones Ruth Gaylord Jones Bridget and Richard Kapala Lynn and Bruce Kaplan Emily and Steven Karassik Colleen and David Kassner Bruce M. Kaufman Kaye and Gerry Kearns Cynthia and Steve Kearns Martha and Carleton Keck Liz Keegan and Gina Luke Emily and Michael Kelly Nelda and Bob Kendall Tyler Kent Patricia Kilmartin and Steve Schmidt Gloria Kimball and Warren Schliter Linn Kincannon and Erik Schultz Christine Kirby Sue and Bill Kirby Donna and Ron Kleist Elissa Kline Page Klune Johannes Koch Lorna and Randy Kolash Laura Kramer Nancy and Michael Kraynick Nicole Lagacé Toeldte and Alexander Toeldte Ginna and Ken Lagergren Amy and Robert Landis Alice Lane Brooke Larkins Susan Larson and Gary Kuchcinski Lisa and Michael Leach Terri and Richard LeFaivre Laurie and Chris Leman

Alexis Lindberg Jeanne Liston Karen Little Patti Lousen and Tom Bowman Susan Lovett and Eugene D. Atkinson Gina and Alexander MacDonald Kathy and Randy MacMillan Linda Madsen Kathy and Jim Magee Mary and Stephen Malkmus Pamela Mann and Mark Miller Anne Winton and John Marsh The Masner Family Margie and Jon Masterson Pioneer Title Company Anita and Mike McCann Mary and Murray McClain Mary Kay and Lee McCollum Virginia McConnell Jane McDermott Jeanne McGinnis Anne and Lanny McLean Kathryn and Matthew McNeal Peter McRae Sheila and Gerald Mells Stephanie Mennen Sally Metcalf Andi and Mike Meucci Fran Michael Tom Michael Laura Midgley Nancy and Jeff Mihalic Jami Miscik Joy Mistele Amy Mistick Diane and Peter Mohn Marilyn Moran Sheila Moriarty Karen L. Morrison Martha and Colin Moseley Elizabeth Mullins Deborah Murphy Hilarie Neely Job —Footlight Dance Centre Paula and Ron Nelson Carrie Nemec Kathleen Nichols Jon Paris Nicholson Chris Northcutt Carmen and Ed Northen Carri and Blake O’Neill Sally and R. Yalcin Okaya Sally and Marc Onetto Anna and Robert Parker Linda and Ron Parsons Kirsten Paterson Jennie Lewis and Mark Patterson

Beverly and Louis Pavlovich Daren Pennell James W. Perkins Sue Petersen Brynda and Craig Petrie Gina and Robert Poole Linda and Bill Potter Julia and Charles Potter Becky and Don Potts Connie and Tony Price Sharon and Tom Pyle Nanci Quesada Susie Quinn Fortner and Scott Fortner Katie and Mike Rabalais Catherine Ramsay Margot and Carter Ramsay Roger J. Raymond Joy and Ken Rempe Jenna Resko Lisa and James Riddiough Pamela Ridgway and Rob Foulkes Linda and Paul Ries Lisa Riley Karla and Alain Rinckwald Kirsten Ritzau Amy Plato Roberts Ronile and Leroy Robinson Eleanor and Eric Rogers Juliet and Stephen Romano Elana and Jeff Rose Nanci and John Rosenfeld Lisa and Harry Rosenthal Kate and Bob Rosso The Rothner Family Kathryn Runnells Maureen Ryan Nini and Jeffrey Sakaguchi Calame and Dianne Sammons Carol and Mike Sampson Lynda Sanders and Bill Lee Anita Lusebrink and Russell Satake Scott Savage Melissa and Josh Scala Rebecca and Lawrence Schoen Heidi Schulman and Mickey Kantor The Schwartz Family Maureen and Paul Schwendener Susan and Stephen Schwerdfeger Martha and Ted Schwerdtle Karen Scott Mary Louise and James Sedin John Seiller Donna Shahbaz

Ray Ann Kremer and George H. Shapiro Kerry Sharp and Diane Scurlock Nancy and John Shepherd Darlene and Tom Shilling David Sias Robin Sias and Christopher Seldon Elizabeth Lili Simpson and Edward Wheeler Matthew Smith Gayle and Jerry Soderberg and Family Becca and Jeremiah Splaine Ann Stefani Nina Steffens and Bob Brock Sherry Warner-Steinberg and Jeff Steinberg Sharon and Gene Steiner Manon and Aubrey Stephens Robin Stern Gayle and Alan Stevenson Melissa Stewart Gail and Lon Stickney Connie Story Tricia Swartling Jean Tagliapietra Alex and Ron Taylor Ann and Douglas Taylor The Benevity Community Impact Fund Laura Theis Tim Thomas Dennis Thompson Erica and Eric Thorson Patsy and John Todd Wendy Trunick Minervini Susan Tryon Susan Tucker and Steve Meyers Cathy and Marvin Turbow Sally and Roger Turner Joan and John Valaas Alison Forbes Van Hook and Andrew Van Hook Colette Evans and Bas Verheijen Jeanne and Joel Vilinsky Fay Vincent Gwen and Jeffrey Walters Christine Warjone Nanci Warren Ryan Waterfield and Greg Van Der Meulen Julie Weil Anne Weitz Pam and John Wells Judy and Tommy Wells Luke Whalen Todd Whelpley

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Diana Whiting and Doug Walton Carolyn Wicklund Risa and Terry Williams Beth and Paul Willis Wes Wills Barbara Wilson and John E. Phillips Ham Wilson Linda Winnovich Rachel Wolfe and David Lloyd Patti Zebrowski and Roland Wolfram Frances Wolfson Patricia and James Wood Linda Woodcock Caroline and David Woodham Rebecca and Richard Worst Jeanne and William Wright Leslie Wyss James Young Kari Young Timothy Young Jody and Chris Zarkos Christi Zommers

$1–$99 Anonymous (29) Jami L. Adrian Anne Aganon Kathleen Alley Martha Arvey Claudia Aulum Gail M. Baccheschi Bridget Bagley and Dan Collins Sara Baldwin Debra Barfield-Corrigan Frank Batcha Summer Bauer Doug Behse Dave Bell Kathy Benjamin-Nebgen and Gregg Nebgen Anthony Benson Lynne T. Biglow Emmy Blechmann Susan Tabor-Boesch and Rudy Boesch Holly Bornemeier Margaret Bradford Amanda Breen Jill Brennan Leo M. Brieske Bob Brock Kerry Brokaw Paul Butterfield DeeDee Campbell Ward Carey Susan and Duane Carlson

Cassie Carroll Edie Cary Claire Casey Lou Ann Casper Mary Chadez Lucy Chubb Diana Citret Susan Coburn JoEllen Collins Sara Colwell Denise Cordovano Katie Craig James J. Cruzen Gemma Valdez Daggatt and Russ Daggatt Heather and Art Daves —Altitude Events Group LLC Trevor Dean Michelle and Frank Dega Melanie Dembergh Deidre Dolce Jordyn Dooley Laura Musbach Drake Maureen and Paul Draper Julie Driver Caroline Dye Jayne and Robert Elgee Melissa and Brian Elkins Kimberly Ellwanger Pamela Ephgrave Cindy and Mike Fabian Craig Feldbaum Nancy and Chuck Ferries Shannon Finnegan and Michael Burchmore Neil Fleishon Jeanne P. Flowers Joyce Fogg Myra Friedman and Ralph Fullerton Stacy Geissler Mathew Gershater Christy and Eric Giles Deanna Glad and Mark Caywood Glenna Glover Betty Grant Jini and John Griffith Colleen Gullickson Susan and William Gundy Sibyl W. Hanson Patricia Healey John Heinrich Valerie and Will Hildeburn Mary and Dale Hinman Franny Hjort Karen Hodgson Heidi Hogan Lori Holland Susan Holley

Carol Dunne Holman Christl Holzl The Honan Family Rebecca Hornbach Lois Hughes Richard E. Hunter Christine and Philip Huss Pamela and Alton Irby Debbie Jester G. Johnson Michele and Bernie Johnson Sandra B. Jones Nancy Jordan David Karlsen Jean* and John Kearney Grainne Keegan Ann Keenan Paul Kenny Lauren Keppler Dev Khalsa Carol Klick Sandy Kling Cynthia Langlois Kim Laragan-Uranga Sarah Latham —Latham Interiors Laurie Lee Karen and Greg Levin JoAnne Levy in memory of Jerry Levy Mary Grant and Scott Levy Bill Leyrer Sheila and Ray Liermann Marge Lilley Erica Linson Maya and Mark Lovlien Mari and Tom Lowe Elise Lufkin Kelly Lukins and Kenneth Propp Lisa Lundquist Lori and Andrew Lyle Caren Frankel and Jory Magidson Tess Makena Geraldine Maniere Dorrie and David Marks Sarah Mars Brad Mathews Elizabeth Mathieu Amy and Chris Mattias Frances J. Maughan Thomas McAuliffe Constance McCamant Elaine McCambridge Janet McCann Rainy and David McDonald Bronwyn McGary Molly McGary Constance McGowan Christy McPherson

Judith McQueen Callan Miranda and Connor Wade Samuel Mollner Jo Moncrieff Martha Morgenthau Alexi Nelson Kaz Thea and Kurt Nelson Bobbi and Michael Nichols Lynne Nicholson RJ Nikula Bill O’Brien Kelly O’Neill Dayle Ohlau Kristen and Michael Olenick Joyce and Ernie Patricelli Linda and Roger Peterson Calysta and Matthew Phillips Stephen Poklemba Heather Pollak Nicole Potter Jody Pratt Collett Pruitt Marcia Rankin Trish and Bobb Raziano David Redinbaugh Marline J. Rennels Keefer Reynolds E & J Gallo Winery Fran Ripsom Beverley Robertson and Charles Conn Lauren Robinson Andrea Roche Bruce Rogers Janet Ross-Heiner Susan Ross Rachel Rossin Char Roth Blanca Ruiz Andrea and Thomas Rule Pamela Sandine Heidi Sause Ann Scales Ava Scanlan Miriam Schneider Sylvia and Irv Scott Hayden Seder Carrie Seitz Bets and Dave Service Phyllis Shafran Cynthia Shearstone Jo Shupnick Susan Simmers Tracie Smith Dan Snow Dorothy Ann Snowball and Jack Stilinger Sue Soller Josette Stellers Gail Stern


Paul Stevenson Allyn Stewart Victoria Stokdyk Judy Stoltzfus Tizz Strachan Laurie Strand Mimi and Charles Stuart Julia Sweeney Terpening Family Emily Andrews Thomson and Ryan Thomson

Crystal Thurston and Ted Dale Anne Tokareff Mary and Paul Kaiser Kimber Traue Tawni Baker and Jamie Trevino Eeva and Bryce Turzian Nan and Peter Tynberg Carol and Todd Van Bramer Jennifer and Edwin Vining

Carol and Mike Wade Cara Walther Susan and Deskin Waters Annie Weber Liza Weekes Robert White Sue White Jacqueline Wieman Edwin Wigdale Esther Williams

Laurie J. Williams Sheila Witmer Kevin Wittman Susan Woodruff Sam Young Elizabeth Yuengling

We strive to be accurate with our lists. Please notify us of any errors or omissions by contacting Donor Relations Officer Laurel Holland at lholland@svmoa.org.

Thank you FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Sun Valley Museum of Art enriches our community through transformative arts and educational experiences. We are grateful for the support of all the individuals, businesses and foundations who believe in the impact of the arts.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY AND BEYOND.

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In-Kind Gifts Ambassador Wines of Washington Anonymous Blane De St. Croix Blue Farm Wine Colleen Buckley Reynolds Canihan Family Winery Cara and Ari Drougas Carolyn and John Lloyd— Lloyd Construction, Inc. Clos Du Val Col Solare Company of Fools CONSTANT Bob Dix Dormie Network DuMOL Emeril Lagasse Foundation

Frias Family Vineyard Danielle Fuller Thomson —Gather Yoga Studio Gail Severn Gallery Anna and Bradley Geist High Museum of Art Jason Middlebrook Judith McQueen Entertaining Justin Landmark Vineyards Kat Stansberry Kate Rosekrans Kellee Havens Kelly C. Corroon and Michael A. Jones Kenefick Ranch Vineyards and Winery Limerick Lane Cellars

Lisa Horton Lombardi Wine Lyndsey Mason Middle Fork Lodge Mount Veeder AVA Perry’s Restaurant Phifer Pavitt Wines Pride Mountain Vineyards R. L. Rowsey Ramey Wine Cellars Raven Art Services Jane Reynolds and Tim Eagan Ridge Vineyards Jane Rosen and Scott Miley —Scott Miley Roofing Salvelinus Senses Wines

Sojourn Cellars Sopheap Pich Jane and Ed Springman Spottswoode Wine Estate Spur — Rixon + Cronin Charitable Fund Storm Large Sun Valley Resort The Walls Vineyards Thompson 31Fifty Wines Three Sticks Wines Trefethen Family Vineyards Wilderness Investors, LLC Willamette Valley Vineyards William Cole Vineyards ZD Wines Zenergy at Thunder Spring

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Silver Creek High School St. Thomas Episcopal Church St. Luke’s Wood River Sun Valley Community School Sun Valley Resort Syringa Mountain School

The Advocates The Alliance of Idaho The Community Library The Hunger Coalition The Sage School Wood River High School Wood River Home School Co-Op Wood River Middle School

Collaborators Alturas Elementary Bellevue Elementary Big Wood School Blaine County Recreation District Boise Art Museum Idaho State University Camas County High School Carey School

Ernest Hemingway STEAM School Gail Severn Gallery Hailey Elementary Higher Ground Sun Valley Lee Pesky Learning Center Magic Lantern Cinemas Pioneer Montessori School Sawtooth Botanical Garden

Volunteers Volunteers are the heart of our organization, enabling us to present arts programs of impressive quality and quantity throughout the year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we were unable to present the typical array of in-person programs, therefore there weren’t as many opportunities for volunteer help. As things continue to open up we look forward to 2021–2022 and again actively working with our volunteers to support our events and programs. As always, THANK YOU! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or want to learn more, please contact SVMoA at 208.726.9491. Madison Brito Chris Carwithen Kathryn Graves

Linda Kimball Mary Michalis Tim Nelson

Claudia Nicoll Kris Olenick Jennifer Roman

Cassidy Simpson Jill Swanger

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Gifts in Memory/Honor We are thankful for the thoughtful individuals who chose to recognize a loved one, colleague, or friend through a gift in their memory or honor. Gifts have been made in memory or in honor of the following individuals:

IN HONOR OF Dianna Pheifer Drucker..........................................In Honor of Linda Nicholson Ann and Irwin Sentilles...........................................In Honor of Kathi’s contribution to the arts Barbara and Richard Boyer..................................In Honor of Richard J. Boyer Jeanne Meyers............................................................In Honor of Carol Swig Michael and Irene Healy Charitable Fund.......In Honor of Company of Fools John Claster.................................................................In Honor of Andrea Laporte Kathy and Joe Hardiman........................................In Honor of Andrea Laporte

IN MEMORY OF JoAnne Levy.................................................................In Memory of Dr. Jerry Levy Kristine Bretall............................................................In Memory of Norah Bretall Grainne Keegan..........................................................In Memory of Arlene Schieven’s Mom Michelle and Frank Dega........................................In Memory of James M. Harper Heidi and Ed Sinnott................................................In Memory of Norah Bretall Joyce B. Friedman.....................................................In Memory of Norman Friedman

Planned Giving & Legacy Society PLANNED GIVING When you make a planned gift, you make a lasting impact on Sun Valley Museum of Art. A planned gift to SVMoA can be a meaningful part of your philanthropic legacy and will benefit our community for generations to come.

LEGACY SOCIETY Sun Valley Museum of Art’s Legacy Society is a group of individuals who have pledged a charitable gift to SVMoA in the future. We are thankful to our Legacy Society members for their vision and extraordinary generosity.


Team BOARD OF DIRECTORS

SVMoA STAFF

Ellen Gillespie—President Andrea (Andie) Laporte —President-Elect Jim Reid—Vice President Ellen James—Secretary Linda Nicholson—Treasurer

Holly Bornemeier, Marketing Manager

Linda Bowling Amber Busuttil Mullen Kelly Corroon Adam Elias Ron Greenspan Anita (Kay) Hardy Caroline Hobbs Barbara Lehman Wendy Pesky

Kristine Bretall, Director or Performing Arts Peter Burke, Development Director and Wine Auction Director Katelyn Foley, Director of Education and Humanities

David Janeski, Database Administrator Kristen Kent, Museum Education Coordinator Jeanne Knott, Visual Arts Class Assistant

Brooke Fullmer, Finance Officer

Kristin Poole, Artistic Director

Courtney Gilbert, Curator of Visual Arts

Sophie Sawyers, Administrative and Education Assistant

Sue Heaphy, Finance Associate

ADVISORY COUNCIL

Laurel Holland, Donor Relations Officer, Events and Hospitality Associate

Katherine Stoecklein, Operations Manager

Kathy Abelson Ruth Bloom Michael Engl Marybeth Flower Philip Isles Glenn Janss Carol Nie Van Gordon Sauter Roselyne Swig Patricia Wilson Jeri L. Wolfson

Sun Valley Museum of Art is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. Only 5% of all museums in the U.S. (including four other museums in Idaho) earn AAM accreditation.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Dev Khalsa Photography for the beautiful images captured throughout the year.

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Thank you FOR BELIEVING IN THE POWER OF THE ARTS

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