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ANNUAL REPORT 2018 A Look Back

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Letters 6 Celebrating Women

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After Hours

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You Belong

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Supporting Your Speed

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A Museum for Everyone

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| Clémence-Sophie de Sermézy French, 1767 – 1850 Bust of Mademoiselle Vitet, 1799 Plaster Museum purchase 2018.4

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2018 A LOOK BACK October 1, 2017– September 30, 2018

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Dear Speed supporters, In the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2018 the Speed Art Museum celebrated its 91st anniversary, and we made an important transition from celebrating our beautiful new building to celebrating the importance of art with a recordbreaking number of visitors, and building an operating model that will keep us healthy for (at least) another 91 years.

Inviting Everyone Our singular success of this year was the introduction of “After Hours,” a celebration of art, accompanied by music, lectures, gallery tours, film, food, and drinks, that happens on the third Friday of every month from 5–10 pm. While a monthly evening event is not a new idea among museums, we have used After Hours to strengthen our community partnerships, connect our exhibitions and permanent collection to music, and draw record-breaking crowds (and sponsorships). People are hungry for unique experiences and for connections with others, and After Hours delivers both; it makes us happy to see Louisvillians of all ages, neighborhoods, faiths and colors coming together to find common ground in art.

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Celebrating Art This year also saw our first breakout exhibition successes at the “new” Speed. Our Chief Curator, Erika Holmquist-Wall organized our version of a traveling exhibition that we titled Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism, and Erika did something beautiful with this exhibit, giving visitors a way to enjoy spectacular paintings by 37 women artists from the 19th Century while also connecting their stories to the professional and personal obstacles faced by women of all centuries, including our own. The Speed Cinema also saw its first blockbusters. Dean Otto brought Loving Vincent (the first entirely hand-painted animated film) and RBG (a documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) to record-breaking exclusive runs at the Speed; nearly 25,000 people, many of them newcomers to the Speed, saw these two films, and later came back for more.

Forever This was the year in which we replaced the word “sustainability” with the word “forever,” and found new ways to engage supporters who are keeping this operation alive. We built a new model for the Speed Ball that was equally focused on the past (a seated dinner in our galleries) and the future (with a new generation of supporters). “The Art of Bourbon” was inaugurated, which is already on track to become the nation’s premier nonprofit bourbon auction and an important fundraiser for our exhibits. As a museum founded by a woman, we also spent the year celebrating women—and gathering generous support from many of you who wanted to honor and celebrate women in your own lives. Raising money is one thing; we are working hard to raise money in ways we can repeat, and as the year closed out we invested in doubling the size of our Development Department to support our goal of increasing contributed revenue by over $1 million over the next three years.

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This was also the year in which my title changed from “Interim Director” to “Director,” and I am particularly grateful to the nearly 125 colleagues who made this a job I wanted to keep; to the Board of Trustees and Board of Governors who support us; and especially to Board of Trustees Chair Martha Winans Slaughter, who advised me wisely and supported me enthusiastically as I learned and worked with all of you to bring this beautiful new building to life. We are particularly grateful to the 125 dedicated staff members, who bring the Speed to life on a daily basis, to the Board of Trustees and Board of Governors and our donors, who guide and support the important work of celebrating art in everyday lives as we learn and work together to bring this beautiful new building to fruition. Sincerely,

Stephen Reily Director, Speed Art Museum

Martha Slaughter Chair, Speed Art Museum Board of Trustees

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CELEBRATING WOMEN Founded by a woman and endowed by a woman, the Speed Art Museum has a long history of supporting women in the roles they play in and out of the art world. The 2018 exhibition season was no different and featured two major exhibitions by women artists the first being, Women Artist in the Age of Impressionism followed by Thoroughly Modern: Women Artists in 20th Century Art and Design. The Speed hosted and celebrated First Women throughout the Commonwealth during the 2nd Annual International Women’s Day luncheon where the Speed honored 12 women who were first to break ground in their fields. The Speed also shared in the success of featuring women in film with sold out screenings of RBG (a documentary of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) and Love, Gilda the story of Gilda Radner, a comedian whose cancer journey inspired the organization Gilda’s Club.

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AFTER HOURS Music. Drinks. Art. On the 3rd Friday of every month, the Museum is open until 10 pm, coming alive with an eclectic mix of music and performances, cash bars and specialized menus available courtesy of Wiltshire at the Speed, and, of course, the chance to explore the Speed’s incredible permanent collection and special exhibitions. Every After Hours offers something different, exploring new themes and welcoming artists of all kinds. Past events have featured everything from local bands to printmaking workshops, family friendly programming, specialty Speed Cinema screenings, aerialists, and even a Drag show! There’s truly something for everyone at After Hours.

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YOU BELONG The Speed Art Museum is an engaging and energized hub of creativity because of your involvement and we thank you for another great year! With the support of your membership we were able to continue Celebrating Art and Inviting Everyone. Your continued support also allowed us to explore women artists, gender and Kentucky. Members are our biggest advocates and represent our most broad base of support. For over thirty years we have benefitted from the support of our members and our supporters only continue to grow. This year 93% of our current members renewed and we welcomed 1,882 new members. This impressive growth provided critical operating support for the Museum that helps fund programs and exhibitions that engage all people. That means more school tours, programs, fun merchandise and bigger, better exhibits.

The Year Ahead The success and vitality of the Speed Art Museum relies on the involvement and commitment of our members. In the coming year we will continue to broaden our reach beyond Louisville with Commonwealth Circle and welcoming underserved communities with Speed for All. We welcome your feedback as we work to improve your experience of the Speed. We value your dedication and thank you for supporting art and culture in your community.

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SUPPORTING YOUR SPEED Patron Circle In appreciation of their dedicated support of the Speed, Patron Circle members enjoy exclusive opportunities to engage with the Museum throughout the year. Members range from young professionals to artists to corporate executives, all of whom provide critical support to the Museum and its operations.

International Benefactor Circle As leaders in providing vital annual support for the Speed, members of the International Benefactor Circle (IBC) enjoy a unique relationship with the Museum. Due to their dedicated support, the Speed can serve our community through diverse and ambitious exhibitions, the conservation of priceless artwork, and quality education programs.

Corporate Partnerships The Speed’s Corporate Partnerships promote the alliance of business and art in the Greater Louisville community and help ensure that great art and related programming is available for future generations, while providing tangible benefits for area businesses.

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Commonwealth Circle Support the Speed Art Museum’s statewide initiatives and happenings by joining the Commonwealth Circle. Your membership allows us to expand our reach across the state through Kentucky-focused exhibitions, education initiatives such as Art Detectives, and more. Commonwealth Circle membership includes: •

One exclusive event in Louisville and one outside Louisville each year

Invitations to all of the Speed’s regular Patron Circle events and programs, including exclusive curator talks, exhibition previews, and private tours of collectors’ homes and artists’ studios.

Admission for two to our Annual Patron Circle Party—the Bacchanal—which the Voice-Tribune has called the “Best Party of the Year”

All benefits of Museum membership

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A MUSEUM FORÂ EVERYONE Education programs at the Speed allow guests of all ages to discover the power of art and creativity. From guided tours to workshops and summer camps, the Speed provides something for everyone.

School and Teacher Programs

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During the 2017– 2018 school year, we continued to provide opportunities for K–12 audiences to engage with the Speed—both in school and at the Museum. We were pleased to introduce the Speed Family Pass this year. Every student participating in one of our K–12 programs received one of these passes, which provides free admission and access to the Museum for their entire family. Students are then able to play the role of Docent, sharing some of their favorite artworks and Museum memories with their families. We continued to provide opportunities for teachers to bring the Speed into their classrooms through Art Detectives. Our school outreach program went out to 43 schools across Kentucky and Southern Indiana, providing a hands-on art exploration experience for 8,159 students. We continued to have a strong presence in Jefferson County, as well as in New Albany-Floyd County in southern Indiana. But we visited students in Barren, Boyle, Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, and Mercer counties through the newly launched Commonwealth Initiative, designed to bring Art Detectives to school districts across the state.

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Docent-guided tours at the Speed invite students to look closely, engage in conversations, and explore connections between artworks and the world. We welcomed 8,956 students to the Speed for both Docent-guided and self-guided tours of our galleries. We also introduced a new thematic tour in January 2018: Full STEAM Ahead. During this tour, students participate in interactive gallery experiences that connect the subjects of science, technology, engineering, and math to artworks from the Speed’s collection. This tour is an extension of a STEAMfocused Art Detectives crate that launched in 2017, and members of our Education staff were invited to speak about these STEAM initiatives at the 2018 National Art Education Association conference.

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Youth and Family Programs Family programs at the Speed provide opportunities for families to connect with each other, and with our collection, through workshops, tours, camps, and more. We strive to ignite and strengthen the curiosity, imagination, and creativity of our youngest visitors and their families. This year, we introduced two new resources that families can use to help them explore the Museum: a Family Guide booklet, which includes clues for looking and conversation, and Family Bags, which provide thematic books, activities, and games for families to play in the galleries. We continued to offer a series of workshops, tours, and resources targeted specifically to early learners (ages 2– 5). These programs are designed to spark language development, encourage compassion and empathy, and promote school readiness. We were also excited to re-introduce youth side-by-side workshops, which provide an opportunity for children ages 6 –12 to create artworks together with their parent or guardian. We began offering a series of printmaking workshops in June 2018, which combined a tour of Picasso to Pollock: Modern Masterworks from the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University with a printmaking demo. Participants were then able to create their own monotype prints using our printing press, allowing them to leave the Museum with their own original artworks.

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Community Outreach This year, the Wall Together program was rebranded as Community Connections. Through Community Connections, the Speed partners with local non-profit organizations in a multi-visit program to create artworks that are then displayed at the Museum. We hosted three exhibitions in 2018, allowing us to bring community voices into our galleries. These exhibitions featured artworks created by participants from University of Louisville College Mentors for Kids, Backside Learning Center, and Family Scholar House. Participants from Backside Learning Center and Family Scholar House were also enrolled into the Speed for All Member program. This is a new membership level that is launching with our community partners, and will be introduced more broadly in 2019.

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SPEED CINEMA This year saw a significant increase in attendance at the Speed Cinema due to a series of successful runs. Overall, 37,113 people bought tickets for screenings and 2,221 people attended Owsley Free Sunday screenings throughout the year. The first breakout hit, Loving Vincent, started with a booking of five screenings in late October, all of which sold out in advance. By February, 11,925 had attended 90 screenings making the Speed screenings the third highest grossing venue for the film in the U.S. The director, Dorota Kobiela, and producer, Hugh Welchman, were Image from American Animals

so impressed, that they made a special stop to Louisville on their way from Poland to the Oscars in Los Angeles in order to discuss the making of the animated film and to sign copies of the video with local fans. Later successes involved collaborations with community partners. RBG, a compelling documentary on the Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, attracted 9,540 people over its run of 79 screenings from June through late August. The ACLU-KY and the Political Science Department at the University of Louisville each organized post-screening panels and the students at the Brandeis School of Law at UofL introduced the first 20 screenings to discuss RBG’s effect on their studies.

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SPEED CINEMA The Speed also partnered with Gilda’s Club for the run of the documentary Love, Gilda about the comedian whose cancer journey inspired the founding of a support network providing help for those afflicted with cancer as well as their friends and family. 2,007 people attended the 20 screenings of the film. Filmmakers also traveled to Speed to the present their films including Dorata Kobiela and Hugh Welchman (Loving Vincent), Dolores Huerta (subject of Dolores), Lisa Immordino Vreeland (Love, Cecil), Jeff Dupre (Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace), Eleanor Bingham Miller (The New Klan: Heritage of Hate), Owsley Brown (Serenade for Haiti), Hisham Mayet (Oulaya’s Wedding), Tom Piper (Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf), Alexandre O. Philippe (78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene), Jeremy Frindel and Rachel Grimes (The Doctor from India), Andrew P. Quinn and Erin Beckloff (Pressing On: The Letterpress Film), Antonella Bonfanti (Executive Director of Canyon Cinema for Canyon Cinema 50 Tour), Spencer Reinhard (subject of American Animals), James Katz (former President of Universal Pictures Classics and producer of the restorations of Rear Window and Vertigo), and Irena Kovarova (curator of the Puppet Master: The Animated Films of Ji í Trnka).

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} Berthe Morisot, b. 1841, Bourges, France–d. 1895, Paris Self-Portrait, 1885, Oil paint on canvas, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris

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EXHIBITIONS Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism February 17 – May 13, 2018 The exhibition Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism expanded our understanding of this rich art historical period and demonstrated the formative role women artists played in the major currents of European modernism, including Realism, Impressionism, and Symbolism. The forward-thinking women represented in the exhibition not only created powerful paintings but also generated a momentum that has led toward a more egalitarian art world. Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism is organized by the American Federation of Arts. Guest curator Laurence Madeline, Chief Curator for French National Heritage, was aided by Suzanne Ramljak, AFA Curator, and Jeremiah William McCarthy, AFA Associate Curator. Presentation of the exhibition at the Speed Art Museum is coordinated by Erika HolmquistWall, Chief Curator at the Speed Art Museum.

The exhibition is generously supported by

Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund.

the National Endowment for the Arts and by

Additional support for the exhibition is provided by

an indemnity from the Federal Council on the

The Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation

Arts and the Humanities. Additional funding is

for the Arts

provided by the JFM Foundation, Elizabeth K.

A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein

Belfer, the Florence Gould Foundation, Monique

Paul and Deborah Chellgren

Schoen Warshaw, the Barbro Osher Pro Suecia

Elizabeth W. Davis

Foundation, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia,

The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

Clare McKeon, Steph and Jody La Nasa, Victoria Ershova Triplett, the American-Scandinavian Foundation, and the Finlandia Foundation. Support

Corporate support for the Speed Art Museum’s

for the accompanying publication provided by

exhibition season is provided by

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EXHIBITIONS Thoroughly Modern: Women in 20th Century Art & Design December 16, 2017 – July 1, 2018 Thoroughly Modern was developed to begin where the chronology of Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism ends. The exhibition presented the work of several women artists and designers active in the early and mid-twentieth century (1900 – 60). These women were committed to promoting the tenets of Modernism in their work, both in Europe and America. This exhibition retold the stories of these design pioneers and groundbreaking artists.

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Blanche Lazzell American, 1917

Painting Landscape, Woodstock, New York Oil on canvas Lent from a Louisville Collection, L2011.7

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Herta Mahler-Jirasko

Austrian, about 1925-1930

Additional support for the exhibition is provided by A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein Paul and Deborah Chellgren Elizabeth W. Davis Corporate support for the Speed Art Museum’s exhibition season is provided by

Hand Mirror, Enamel, foil, copper, metal (possibly nickel silver), Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg and Jeff Shankman,

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EXHIBITIONS BRUCE CONNER: FOREVER AND EVER November 11, 2017 – March 4, 2018 BRUCE CONNER: FOREVER AND EVER, was an exhibition of films and prints by Bruce Conner (1933–2008), an artist known for his innovations in film, assemblage, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and collage. This exhibition was organized to celebrate a recent gift from the Conner Family Trust of twenty-one lithographs to the Speed Art Museum. These prints reveal an intricate and obsessive practice that crossed over into Conner’s drawings and films from the same period.

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THREE SCREEN RAY, 2006, three-channel video installation, black and white, sound, 5:23, Courtesy Kohn Gallery, Courtesy

Support for the Speed Art Museum’s exhibition season is provided by

Conner Family Trust, © Conner Family Trust

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Bruce Conner

#208,1970, Offset lithograph Gift of the Conner Family Trust © Conner Family Trust

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EXHIBITIONS Breaking the Mold: Investigating Gender at the Speed Art Museum April 7 – September 9, 2018 Breaking the Mold explored depictions of gender identity through the body, dress, objects, and history. Acknowledging that all humans contend with the issues of gender and sexuality, this exhibition includes a variety of perspectives and a spectrum of gender expressions. Through self-portraits, portraits of their sitters, and images appropriated from popular culture, these artists address the themes of desire, attraction, pride, discomfort, and discrimination.

Support for the exhibition is provided by A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein Paul and Deborah Chellgren

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Kehinde Wiley

American, born 1977 St Louis IX King of France, 2016 Oil on canvas

Elizabeth W. Davis Corporate support for the Speed Art Museum’s exhibition season is provided by

Collection of Jim and Irene Karp Image courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California. Photo Robert Wedemeyer

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EXHIBITIONS Norman Rockwell: Process to the Post August 8 – November 11, 2018 This installation highlights Norman Rockwell’s Study for Breaking Home Ties, a charcoal drawing that served as a preparatory study for the cover of the September 25, 1954, issue of the Saturday Evening Post. The drawing depicts a weathered rancher and his son sitting on the running board of an old pickup truck, waiting for a train that will carry the son off to college. As a father who struggled with “an empty feeling” when his own sons left home, Rockwell considered Breaking Home Ties autobiographical. The drawing and the related Post cover are an exploration of the underlying emotional tensions between father, son, and family dog, as they come to terms with the boy’s imminent departure. During his prolific career, Rockwell created over 800 cover designs for magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post, Boys’ Life, and Look, as well as scores of illustrations for advertisements, calendars, and popular novels. Rockwell strove to create illustrations that grabbed the reader’s attention, told stories in an easy-to-understand manner, and offered an idealized view of what he (and his publishers) considered the quintessential American life. His commitment to accuracy in his paintings and illustrations led him to adopt a painstaking process for developing his cover illustrations for the Post.

Support for the exhibition is provided by A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein

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Norman Rockwell (American 1894 – 1978)

Study for Breaking Home Ties, ca. 1954 Charcoal on paper Gift of Edward C. Von Tress, Transfer from the IU Media School. Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana

Paul and Deborah Chellgren Elizabeth W. Davis Corporate support for the Speed Art Museum’s exhibition season is provided by

University 2016.26 Photograph by: Kevin Montague Illustration © SEPS licensed by Curtis Licensing Indianapolis, IN. All rights reserved

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EXHIBITIONS American Storybook: The Imaginary Travelougue of Thomas Chambers July 21, 2018 – January 6, 2019 This exhibition features twenty-two of the singularly idiosyncratic landscapes produced by Thomas Chambers, one of the earliest American artists to specialize in the genre of landscape painting for commercial production. As the first artist working in America to make landscape painting accessible to a wider audience and broader socioeconomic class, Chambers tapped into the fascination and interest in travel and exploration. American Storybook explores various themes and ideas surrounding the American landscape, such as rural and urban development, exploration of the frontier and its surrounding waterways, the desire and/or need to document topography and geography, and the economics and demand for such pictures. The exhibition is the second in a series of collaborations and collection exchanges between the Speed Art Museum and the Eskenazi Museum at IU. These collaborative exchanges also serve to further each museum’s reach in the Kentuckiana region, and expand our audiences in each other’s backyards.

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Thomas Chambers,

American, born in England, 1808–1869 Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples,

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ca. 1843–1860 Oil on canvas Morton and Marie Bradley Memorial Collection, Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana University, 98.39

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EXHIBITIONS Picasso to Pollock: Modern Masterworks from the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University June 16, 2018 – January 20, 2019 Picasso to Pollock: Modern Masterworks from the Eskenazi Museum of Art showcases the impressive early 20th-century art collection owned by the Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University. It covers the breadth of nearly every major artistic movement that occurred between the years 1900 and 1950 in Europe and America. Boundaries were pushed via revolutionary new ways of thinking, expressed through such movements as Fauvism, Cubism, German Expressionism, Dada, and Surrealism. The exhibition serves as a basic primer in early 20th century modern Western art. Gallery themes include Wars and Revolution, Abstraction, Cubism, Dada and Surrealism, Expressionism, and Urban Life, with emphasis on the creative process and artistic experimentation, especially as the century progressed. Featured artists include Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Gabriele Münter, Egon Schiele, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Kay Sage, Paul Klee, Diego Rivera, and Jackson Pollock.

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Abraham Rattner, American, 1893–1978

Place of Darkness, 1943

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Oil on canvas Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Hope Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana University, 58.42

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~ Henry Martin Gasser

American, 1909 – 1981 The Lord Loves a Dancing Man, about 1940 Oil on canvas laid down on board 16 5/8 × 20 1/2 in. (42.2 × 52.1 cm.) (Frame) Gift of funds from Carolyn Harper, Ron and Debra Murphy, Joseph Paradis in honor of Mary Louise Barr, Connie Goodman, Carolyn McBride, Spencer Harper III, Grafton Harper, Elizabeth van den Burgh, Gordon Strauss and Catherine Newton, and Alan and Shelly Kamei 2017.16

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Contemporary Art Ulfert Wilke American, 1907– 1988 Music to be Seen, 1966 Ink on paper Gift of Dr. Chester Kratz 2017.22.1 Ulfert Wilke American, 1907– 1988 Untitled, 1980 Watercolor, paper collage on paper Gift of Dr. Chester Kratz 2017.22.2 Ulfert Wilke American, 1907– 1988 Untitled Ink on paper Gift of Dr. Chester Kratz 2017.22.3 Ulfert Wilke American, 1907 – 1988 Untitled, (Viking ship), 1982 Watercolor and collage over photo copy on paper Gift of Dr. Chester Kratz 2017.22.4

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Spanish, 1893 – 1983 Barbare dans la Nuit, 1976 Color etching and aquatint on paper Gift of Lawrence H. Butterfield, Jr. 2017.21


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American, 1937– 1966 Self Portrait in the Studio, 1960 Oil on board Museum Purchase with Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust and funds generously donated by Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Brooke Brown Barzun, Greg Brown and Scott Rogers, John S. and Mary Moss Greenebaum, and Alfred Shands 2017.20

Leo Wrye Zimmerman American, 1924 – 2008 Intralocke (#14), 1952 Oil on canvas Gift of Marie Graves Zimmerman and Lee Zaurie Zimmerman 2018.8

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} Tavares Strachan

Bahamian, born 1979 What Will Be Remembered in the Face of All That is Forgotten, 2014 – 2015 Neon, pyrex, stainless steel, transformers, steel wires, cable Gift of Speed Contemporary 2017.23 June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 Goodbye (State II of Tidal Visa), 1975 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.1 June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 Visa/Sunday, 1976 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.2 June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 Visa/Saturday, 1978 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.3

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June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 A Little Nothing, 1980 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.4 June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 Nevelson, 1980 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.5 June Wayne American, 1918 – 2011 Jock for Cocktails, 1980 Color lithograph Gift of Robert Conway 2017.26.6 Mel Chin American, born 1951 Shape of a Lie, 2005 Bronze, iron, catlinite Purchased with funds from the Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust, with generous support from Leslie and James Millar 2018.9

Decorative Arts & Design J. Palin Thorley American, born England Pitcher, designed about 1940 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.9 Kent Rockwell American, 1882 – 1971 Ultra shape teapot with Moby Dick pattern, about 1939 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.8 Pietro Chiesa Italian, 1892 – 1948 Coffee Table, about 1940 Glass, steel, rubber Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.2.3

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Kem Weber American, born Germany, 1889 – 1963 LC 52 A Armchair, Designed 1935, manufactured 1935 – 1937 Chromium plated steel, birch plywood, upholstery Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.2.4 Arthur Simpson English, 1857 – 1922 Postal Cabinet, about 1900 Walnut, brass Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.2.2 Keith Murray English, 1892 – 1981 Vase, about 1935 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.18 George Diuguid American, 1782 – 1861 Corner Cupboard, 1815 - 1825 Walnut, poplar Gift of Roger and Margaret Futrell 2017.11.1

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George Gibson American, active about 1815 – about 1825 Side Chair, about 1820 Poplar with hickory or ash Gift of Roger and Margaret Futrell 2017.11.2 Susie Cooper English, 1902 – 1995 Tea Service, about 1930 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.6 a h

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American, 1819 – 1876 Monteith, 1843 – 1845 Silver Purchased with funds from the Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust 2017.13.1 Eva Zeisel Hungarian, 1906 – 2011 Tea Service, designed about 1929 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.1 a f


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Eva Zeisel Hungarian, 1906 – 2011 Town and Country Teapot, designed about 1946 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.2

Eva Zeisel Hungarian, 1906 – 2011 Salt and Pepper Shakers, designed about 1946 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.3 a b

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Margarete Heymann Löebenstein German, 1899 – 1990 Plate, about 1930 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.4 Margarete Heymann Löebenstein German, 1899 – 1990 Cup, Saucer and Plate, about 1930 Earthenware Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.3.5 a c Mary Alice Hadley American, 1911– 1965 Vase, 1945 Stoneware Gift of the Hadley Pottery 2017.12.1 Mary Alice Hadley American, 1911– 1965 Punch Bowl, 1957 Stoneware Gift of the Hadley Pottery 2017.12.3 a b

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American, 1911– 1965 Head, 1952 Stoneware Gift of the Hadley Pottery 2017.12.2 Asa Blanchard American, about 1770 – 1838 Pitcher, 1815 Silver Gift of Richard H.C. and Elizabeth F. Clay 2017.25

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Paintings € Adelsteen Normann

Norwegian, 1848 – 1918 The Sognefjord, Norway, about 1886 Oil on board Museum purchase 2017.18

William Edward West American, 1788 – 1857 Cupid and Psyche, 1849 Oil on canvas Museum purchase 2018.5

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} Dean Cornwell

American, 1892 – 1960 A Man and Woman in an Interior, 1923 Oil on canvas Gift of the Charter Collectors and funds from the Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust 2017.17 Pieter Gerritsz van Roestraten Dutch, 1630 – 1700 Self Portrait of the Artist in His Workshop, 1660 Oil on canvas Museum Purchase 2017.19 Henry Martin Gasser American, 1909 – 1981 The Lord Loves a Dancing Man, about 1940 Oil on canvas laid down on board Gift of funds from Carol Harper, Ron and Debra Murphy, Joseph Paradis in honor of Mary Louise Barr, Connie Goodman, Carolyn McBride, Spencer Harper III, Grafton Harper, Elizabeth van den Burgh, Gordon Strauss and Catherine Newton, and Alan and Shelly Kamei 2017.16

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Sculpture Thomas Ball American, 1819 – 1911 Henry Clay (1777– 1852), 1858 Parianware Gift of the Kentucky Mansions Preservation Foundation, Inc. 2017.15

| Clémence Sophie de Sermézy

French, 1767– 1850 Bust of Mademoiselle Vitet, 1799 Plaster Museum purchase 2018.4

Studio Craft } Ivan Mareš

Czech, born 1956 Angel, 2016 Kiln cast glass Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2017.10 Sam Maloof American, 1916 – 2009 Settee, 1978 Walnut Partial and promised gift, Adele and Leonard Leight Collection 2018.2.1

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Works on Paper Pablo Picasso Spanish, 1881– 1973 Still Life with Bottle of Marc (Nature Morte, Bouteille), 1911, published 1912 Drypoint on paper Purchased with funds from the Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust 2018.6

Louis Marcoussis French, 1883 – 1941 Viareggio, 1926 Drypoint on paper Purchased with funds from the Alice Speed Stoll Accessions Trust 2018.7

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THANKING OUR SUPPORTERS Please Note: These are gifts received between 10.1.17–9.30.18, which is the Museum’s 2017 Fiscal Year. A list of donors and Fiscal Year 2017 and 2018 Board members follows. = gave a gift membership * = deceased

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Annual Fund ($250+) Anonymous Advanced Payroll Systems, Inc. Mr. Stuart Huston and Mrs. Helen C. Alexander Dr. Frederick W. Arensman and Mrs. Barbara Arensman Dr. Keith Auerbach John H. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Turney P. Berry Estate of Herbert F. Boehl* Bonhomme Foundation The Bordens Dr. and Mrs. Frank Burns Clanton- Dowds Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. John H. Clark IV Ms. Ruth H. Cloudman Mr. and Ms. Jeffrey C. Daus Ms. Jill L. Force and Mr. Patrick Mattingly Mr. M. Gregg Fowler and Mrs. Leslie J. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. John P. Francis Ms. Leigh Gaitskill Dr. Stanley A. Gall M.D. and Mrs. Florence M. Gall Mr. and Ms. Joseph R. Gathright Jr. Mr. John R. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Hale Lena and Matthew Hamel Mr. Michael R. Hasken and Ms. Ann Oldfather 64

Mr. H. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Karen R. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Gill G. Holland J. Clifton Rodes Fund Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kroh Mr. Jason Loehr Karen Maple Long Ms. Jessica S. Loving and Mr. Sheryl G. Snyder Mr. Todd P. Lowe and Ms. Fran C. Ratterman Dr. Janine Malone Melea East and Boyce F. Martin III Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. McClain Dr. and Mrs. Roy Meckler Drs. Nana and Sarah Mizuguchi Erika and Thomas Paramore Tandy Patrick Dr. and Mrs. James E. Redmon Jr. Regent Investment Management Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Ricketts Jacqueline and Theodore Rosky Russell and Terri Saunders R. Allen and Margie Schubert Mr. Timothy G. Snavely and Mrs. Sally R. Snavely Dr. and Mrs. T. Bodley Stites The Dunbar Foundation The Kroger Co. Mr. John Tiano and Mrs. Alice Tiano Mr. J. Kendrick Wells III and Mrs. Claudia C. Wells Karen and John Willmoth

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~ Designed by Mary Alice Hadley

American, 1911 - 1965 Punch Bowl, 1957 Stoneware Gift of the Hadley Pottery 2017.12.3 a-b

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Tribute For the birthday of Mrs. Merry Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Gernert In Honor of Ann Wells Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co. In Honor of Augusta Brown Holland Mr. and Mrs. Gill G. Holland In Honor of Christina Lee Brown Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown III Mr. and Mrs. Gill G. Holland In Honor of Victoire Renyal Brown Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown III In Honor of Dr. Paula Grisanti Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti In Honor of Erika Holmquist-Wall Mr. and Mrs. John J. Resnik Mrs. Emily Resnik Conn

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In Honor of Erika HolmquistWall and Joanne Caridis Mr. Frank F. Harshaw and Mrs. Paula C. Harshaw In Honor of Jenna Weitkamp Maddux’s Birthday Mr. Jackson M. Andrews IV and Mrs. Matilda W. Andrews In Honor of Jim and Sarah Haynes Mrs. Ann H. Borrett In Honor of Lindy B. Street Mr. William M. Street* In Honor of Martha W. Slaughter Dr. Mark S. Slaughter In Honor of Mrs. Nancy Phillips Batson Rash Mrs. Marianne R. Rowe In Honor of Ms. Eleanor Bingham Miller Mr. Rowland A. D. Miller In Honor of Nancy Houghland Lampton Hardscuffle Inc.

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In Honor of Paula and Ginny Harshaw Mr. Frank F. Harshaw In Honor of Scott Erbes Bryan Station Chapter DAR In Honor of Stephen Reily Mrs. and Mr. Robert W. Rounsavall III In Memory of Adele Leight Dr. Arnold M. Belker and Mrs. Terry Belker Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Dr. Jeffrey P. Callen and Mrs. Susan Callen Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. C. Clay Ms. Sandal H. Gulick Ms. Paula T. Hale Mr. Gary Holzman Mr. Elias Kleinsmith Mr. Allison J. Maggiolo Ms. Catherine I. McLeod Mrs. Kathleen Moazed Ms. Penelope T. Morton Mr. Charles O’Koon and Mrs. Sarah C. O’Koon Dr. John B. Roth M.D. and Mrs. Bonnie Roth Mrs. Denise Schiller Mr. William Tifft Dr. Kenneth Zegart and Mrs. Rochelle Zegart

In Memory of Bonnie Dance Thornton Mr. Matthew A. Thornton and Mrs. Fran H. Thornton In Memory of Jenna Maddux Mr. and Mrs. James T. Crain III In Memory of Katy Christopherson Mr. John J. Davis III and Mrs. Ann P. Davis In Memory of Lawrence F. Jelsma Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr.

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In Memory of Mary Ann Currier Mr. Ron Mikulak and Ms. Ann S. Anderson Mrs. Mara Berger Ms. Kyle A. Citrynell Ms. Katherine A. Corcoran Ms. Sandal H. Gulick Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr. Ms. Cynthia L. Mainord Mrs. Constance Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Owen Ms. Christine Rupp Ms. Mary S. Sachs Ms. Judith Sculley Mrs. Mary C. Sheridan Mrs. Mary C. Stites Ms. Pamela D. Tomchey Mr. and Mrs. Tim Zumbaugh

In Memory of Mary Louise “Chip” Barr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. T. Ardery Mrs. Anne M. Arensberg Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Atherton Mr. William C. Ballard Jr. and Mrs. Julie Ballard Mrs. Benita Berman Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Mrs. Joyce G. Booker Mrs. Randolph Brown Dr. and Mrs. Frank Burns Mr. William H. Camp Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Castner Jr. Ms. Ruth H. Cloudman Mr. Roger M. Dalton and Mrs. Lucy R. Dalton Mr. Ghislain d’Humieres Mrs. Caroline M. Ewing Mr. William Fox and Mrs. Patricia D. West Mrs. Helen Lee Fugitte and Mr. James R. Fugitte Ms. Sandal H. Gulick Ms. Paula T. Hale Mr. H. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Karen R. Hill Mr. Meredith Hughes Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr. Ms. Nancy H. Lampton Mr. Hunter Louis and Mrs. Blair M. Louis Mr. Todd P. Lowe and Ms. Fran C. Ratterman Mr. R. F. Lussky and Mrs. Abby Lussky Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. McCarty Mr. Ronald J. Murphy and Mrs. Debra M. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. William Nunery Mr. Douglas H. Owen Jr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Owen Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Owen Mr. Charles C. Pittenger Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stopher Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Vaughan

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Mr. James R. Voyles and Mrs. Elizabeth H. Voyles Mrs. Suzanne W. Whaley In Memory of Mary Louise “Chip” Barr, Mary Ann Currier, and Preston Thomas Mrs. Carolyn M. McBride In Memory of Mr. Clarence H. Short Ms. Nina Bonnie Mr. William O. Brittain and Mrs. Mary Brittain Mr. Roger M. Dalton and Mrs. Lucy R. Dalton Mrs. Jean Frazier Ms. Sandal H. Gulick Dr. Virginia T. Keeney M.D. Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr. Ms. Nancy H. Lampton Mr. Gouverneur H. Nixon and Mrs. Edith M. Courtenay Drs. Thomas and Ann K. Roth Mr. John B. Sanderlin and Mrs. Ann Sanderlin Mr. and Ms. John G. Seiler Jr. Ms. Bonnie B. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John B. Taylor Jr. In Memory of Preston Thomas Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr.

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In Memory of William M. Street Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr. Mr. Jackson M. Andrews IV and Mrs. Matilda W. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. T. Ardery Mrs. Anne M. Arensberg Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Atherton Mr. William C. Ballard Jr. and Mrs. Julie Ballard Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Dr. Arnold M. Belker and Mrs. Terry Belker Mrs. Mara Berger Mrs. Benita Berman Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Ms. Nina Bonnie Mrs. Joyce G. Booker Mrs. Ann H. Borrett Mr. William O. Brittain and Mrs. Mary Brittain Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown III Mrs. Randolph Brown Bryan Station Chapter DAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Burns Dr. Jeffrey P. Callen and Mrs. Susan Callen Mr. William H. Camp Jr. Mr. Stephen Campbell and Ms. Heather McHold Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Castner Jr. Ms. Kyle A. Citrynell Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. C. Clay

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Ms. Ruth H. Cloudman Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co. Ms. Katherine A. Corcoran Mr. Gouverneur H. Nixon and Mrs. Edith M. Courtenay Mr. and Mrs. James T. Crain III Mr. Roger M. Dalton and Mrs. Lucy R. Dalton Mr. John J. Davis III and Mrs. Ann P. Davis Mr. Ghislain d’Humieres Mrs. Caroline M. Ewing Mr. William Fox and Mrs. Patricia D. West Mrs. Jean Frazier Mrs. Helen Lee Fugitte and Mr. James R. Fugitte Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Gernert Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Ms. Sandal H. Gulick Ms. Paula T. Hale Mr. F  rank F. Harshaw and Mrs. Paula C. Harshaw Mr. H. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Karen R. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Gill G. Holland Mr. Gary Holzman Mr. Meredith Hughes Dr. Virginia T. Keeney M.D. Mr. Elias Kleinsmith Mr. Robert E. Kulp Jr. Ms. Nancy H. Lampton Mr. Hunter Louis and

Mrs. Blair M. Louis Mr. Todd P. Lowe and Ms. Fran C. Ratterman Mr. R. F. Lussky and Mrs. Abby Lussky Mr. Allison J. Maggiolo Ms. Cynthia L. Mainord Mrs. Carolyn M. McBride Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. McCarty Ms. Catherine I. McLeod Mrs. Constance Meyers Mr. Ron Mikulak and Ms. Ann S. Anderson Mr. Rowland A. D. Miller Mrs. Kathleen Moazed Ms. Penelope T. Morton Mr. Ronald J. Murphy and Mrs. Debra M. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. William Nunery Mr. Charles O’Koon and Mrs. Sarah C. O’Koon Mr. Douglas H. Owen Jr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Owen Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Owen Mr. Charles C. Pittenger Mr. and Mrs. John J. Resnik Mrs. Emily Resnik Conn Dr. John B. Roth M.D. and Mrs. Bonnie Roth Drs. Thomas and Ann K. Roth Mrs. a  nd Mr. Robert W. Rounsavall III Mrs. Marianne R. Rowe Ms. Christine Rupp

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Ms. Mary S. Sachs Mr. John B. Sanderlin and Mrs. Ann Sanderlin Mrs. Denise Schiller Ms. Judith Sculley Mr. and Ms. John G. Seiler Jr. Mrs. Mary C. Sheridan Mrs. Martha W. Slaughter and Dr. Mark S. Slaughter Mrs. Mary C. Stites Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stopher Mrs. Lindy B. Street Ms. Bonnie B. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John B. Taylor Jr. Mr. Matthew A. Thornton and Mrs. Fran H. Thornton Mr. William Tifft Ms. Pamela D. Tomchey Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Vaughan Mr. James R. Voyles and Mrs. Elizabeth H. Voyles Mrs. Suzanne W. Whaley Dr. Kenneth Zegart and Mrs. Rochelle Zegart Mr. and Mrs. Tim Zumbaugh

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General Members at the Supporter Level Supporter ($250) Anonymous Dr. H. Garrett Adams and Mrs. Lane B. Adams Mr. William T. Allen Mrs. Anne M. Arensberg Dr. Ellen Ballard and Dr. Dennis C. Neyman Mr. and Mrs. John G. Beam Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Dave Bell Janet L. Berman Mrs. Delwin K. Blair Dr. Myrna L. Boland and Mr. R. Daniel Spalding Mr. Mark A. Bond and Mrs. Carol Bond The Bordens Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bridge Ms. Christine Broder Gordon and Edy Brown Dr. Kelly Brown and Mr. J. Brian Brown Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bryant Mr. M  ichael Burns and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennan Burns Mr. Richard M. Campbell Mr. Jonathan Chaires and Ms. Debby Levine Judge and Mrs. J. Terrence Cody

Mr. Kirby Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Condon Dr. Allison E. Edwards and Mr. Grafton H. Cook IV Gouvernuer H. Nixon and Edith M. Courtenay Ms. Cindy A. Cunningham Wood and Jennifer Currens Juliet Davenport Mr. Mark B. Davis Jr. and Mrs. Kate G. Davis B. Deemer Gallery Dr. Edward J. Dunn and Mrs. Georganna S. Dunn Ms. Linda S. Ellingsworth Stan and Jamie Friedman Mr. and Ms. Joseph Golden John Gonder and Ruthanne Wolfe Mr. Jerry Greenwell and Mrs. Anne Greenwell Ms. Laurie Gregory Alec Johnson and Rachel Grimes Mr. Harland D. Smith and Ms. Carroll Grossman June Hampe John and Maria Hampton Mr. David Handmaker and Mrs. Karen Handmaker Mr. Kenneth S. Handmaker and Mrs. Judith H. Handmaker Barbara B. Hardy Mr. James Hawk Mr. Hunt Helm Tommy and Susan Hewitt

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Mr. Gregory Pilotte and Ms. Jayne Hollander Ms. Judith A. Hollis Wm W. Holt, MD, PhD and H. M. Koenig, MD Aubrey C. Hord Mr. K  evin L. Howard and Mrs. Libby T. Howard Ciel and Dick Iler Dr. Diane Pecknold and Mr. Clark Johnson Mrs. Doris B. Jones and Mr. Robert L. Jones Mr. Fredrick Jones Daryle and Karen Karnes Drs. Kimberly and Charlie Leonard Dr. Michele Kosiewicz and Ms. Pascale Alard Dr. and Mrs. Ken Kral Dr. Forrest S. Kuhn M.D. and Mrs. Mary Julia Kuhn Ms. Virginia Lee Ms. Joan Lerman Lynn and Ray Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Lord Ms. Stewart Lussky and Mr. Robert Jones Drs. W. Eugene and Barbara L. March Mrs. Maria A. Margulis Ms. Ruth Mattingly Dr. Kathy Novota and Mr. David Mejia

James A. Metry and Alice E. Metry Mrs. Biljana N. Monsky Mrs. and Mr. Sara Moses Dr. Lynn L. Ogden and Mrs. Karen C. Ogden Mr. Marvin R. O’Koon and Ms. Janet O’Koon Mrs. Laura F. Ospital Jenn Passoni and Terry Hancock Ms. Kathleen Pellegrino Dr. Janet Pisaneschi Anne L. Pope Ms. Kelly Quade Charles and Barbara Ragan Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts Mrs. Judy Rogers Ms. Laura M. Rogers Roth Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Rounsavall III Chuck and Ginger Schnatter Katy and Paul Schneider Ms. Martha C. Schroeder Mr. Timothy Shelburne and Mrs. Anne Shelburne Dr. Theodore M. ShephardShlechter and Mrs. Rae Shepherd-Shlechter Dr. Terrance Blackford and Dr. Yolanda Shields Mr. Mark E. Shircliff Mr. David Sickbert

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Bill and Cathy Smock Mr. Daryl W. Snyder Dr. Charles Sowder Mr. and Mrs. Chester Speed Mr. James B. Speed III and Mrs. Anne Speed Mrs. Linda Spielberg and Mr. Gregg Spielberg Mr. Steven Stern and Ms. Ingrid Osswald Mr. Dan Stewart Mrs.Leslie Strohm and Mr. Paul E. Strohm Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sutherland Jamie and Walt Swyers Mrs. Nancy Tafel and Mr. Thomas Tafel Mr. John Tederstrom and Mr. Mark Cannon Mr. Thomas A. Van Mr. and Mrs. James C. Vanmeter Mr. and Mrs. George W. Vieth Jr. Dr. Mary E. Fallat M.D. and Mr. C. Tom Walker Mr. Ray Wallace and Ms. Susan Wallace Mr. James J. Walters Mrs. Judith Waterman Dr. and Mrs. David R. Watkins M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber Alice and Crawford Wells Edie Wells Mr. Patrick Welsh and

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Mrs. Sheila Welsh Mr. and Mrs. John J. Werst III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Woodcock Dr. John C. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yacovetta

Patron Circle Nonprofit/Artist ($350–$499) Mrs. Deena Adams and Mr. Ty Adams Kim and Mark Baker Eunice F. Blocker Ms. Ashley Brandt Mr. R. Barry Burcaw John Michael and Barbara Carter Ms. Jennifer T. Cottingham Bridget Davis Dr. Barry and Julie Denton Mr. Tom Dunbar Mrs. Cathe Dykstra and Mr.Dan Dykstra Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fausel Mr. T. M. Faversham and Mrs. Skylar Smith Marion Gibson Jamie Jarboe and Doug Butler Jaclyn Journey Weddings Kentucky Foundation for Women Ms. Monica Mahoney and Ms. Jane M. Stosberg Ms. Rebecca Matheny

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Metro United Way Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey N. Nassar Paul Paletti Mr. and Mrs. David T. Richardson Mr. Brian Riendeau and Mrs. Judy Riendeau Tanya Teichgraeber Dr. Kenneth and Shelly Zegart Silver ($500–$999) Anonymous Mr. Scotty Abbott Ms. Janet Abell Dr. Karen Abrams and Dr. Jeff Glazer Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Adams Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Adams Dr. Jan Anderson and JW (Bill) Elder III Dr. Angie Andriot and Mr. Pete Andriot Mr. and Ms. Bricks Avalon Judy and Bob Ayotte Miriam Ballert Mrs. Lee Baltzell and Mr. Victor L. Baltzell Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barr II Mr. and Mrs. George N. Barrett Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Mr. Brandon Bass Mrs. Colleen B. Beach and Mr. James Beach Mary and Joe Bellino

Mrs. Shellie Benovitz Mrs. Lucy Blackburn and Mr. Christian Walsh Mr. Neville Blakemore Jr. and Mrs. Gray Henry-Blakemore Ms. Elizabeth C. Bleakley Mr. and Mrs. Dale J. Boden Dr. Kimberly Boland and Mr. Conor O’Driscoll Mr. James Boland Mrs. Mary C. Boland and Mr. Ryan Bodman Mr. Richard Boland and Mrs. Annette T. Rudd Andrew Bollinger and Jamie White Ms. Nina Bonnie Kevin E. Borland and Leonard “Nappi” Napolitano Mr. Craig Bradley Jr. and Mrs. Nell Bradley Judy Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Pennington Broecker Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brown Mr. Patrick Bruenderman and Mrs. Elizabeth Bruenderman Mr. and Mrs. David Bryant Mr. Joseph Buchino Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buckler Mr. Allen W. Bush and Mrs. Rose Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Cadolini Mr. Doug Campau and Ms. Holly Pemberton Mrs. Theresa Canaday

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Joanna and Tom Caneris Ms.Nicole Carrig and Mr. Eric Carrig Ms.Linda A. Carroll and Mr. John S. L. Morgan Mrs. Tracie Catlett and Mr. Mark Catlett Mr. Richard C. Chilton and Mrs. Stefi Chilton Dr. Quinn Chipley and Dr. Leo Schwendau Mr. and Mrs. J. Gregory Clare Mr. Clyde D. Coatney Ms. Lee Cochran Deborah Cohen and Benjie Levine Mrs. Paula A. Cohn Ms.Christine Corbin and Mr. Allen Corbin Mr. Robert Curran Mrs. Lucy R. Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Jack Danehy Rob and Lorie Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Davis Mrs. Mandy Decker Mr. Michael A. Del Negro and Mrs. Gina M. Del Negro Charis Fund Mr. Ghislain d’Humieres Prof. Carolyn S. Diener and Dr. Tom Diener Dr. and Mrs. Carl Dillman Ms. Anne G. Discher Ms.L. Anne H. Dishman and Mr. Gary Miller

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Norman Dixon and Patrick Owen Ms. Sandra Dodge Mr. William P. Donley Jr. and Ms. Terri Burt Mrs. Marcia Dorman Mr. Andrew J. Douds and Mr. David G. Mawn Joyce K. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. David Dunn Mr. Roger Dutschke and Mrs. Phyllis C. Dutschke Mr. Erik Eaker and Mr. John Brooks Mr. Eric Eatherly Linda and William Ellison Rob and Kathy Emrich Mr. Paul Esselman and Mrs. Michele Esselman Ms. Lisa B. Ewen Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fallot Benjamin Few Dr. Bruce and Debbie Fisher Dale Fisher and Jon Carloftis Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Fitzgerald III Mrs. Phyllis E. Florman and Dr. Larry D. Florman Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Flowers Mr. M. Gregg Fowler and Mrs. Leslie J. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. John P. Francis Ritu and Erik Furlan Mr. J. Tim Galbraith and Mrs. LuAnn S. Galbraith

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Dr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Gall Ms. Jill Gaynor and Mr. John Gaynor Jr Ms. Alex Geisler Mr. Joseph Glerum Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gomez Mr. David Grantz Mr. Jerry E. Grasch and Mrs. Linda Grasch Dr. Laman A. Gray Jr. and Mrs. Juliet H. C. Gray Mr.Bart Greenwald and Mrs. Deborah W. Greenwald Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Susan Ford and Stephen Grissom JayGulick and Mary Oliver Humke Rev. James F. Hackett Ms.Cecelia Hagan and Mr. Tim Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Culver V. Halliday Mrs. Amber A. Halloran and Mr. J. Paul Halloran Ms. Andrea Hamblen Ms. Margaret Handmaker Mr. R  obert S. Harlow Jr. and Mrs. Marcia Harlow Tim and Caroline Heine Mr. and Mrs. Craig Henderson Ms. Maria Herlihy Ms. Sandy Heydt Dr. Frederick Hilton

Dr. Jamie Horwitz PhD and Mr. Wesley B. Tanner Mr. Brett Howard Julie and Bryan Hudson Ms. Frances Jasper Valle Jones and Ann Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Jones W. Richard and Anne Jones Anne and Fred Joseph Kane Family Donor Advised Fund Ms. Jan S. Karzen Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Katakis Mr. Derek H. Keith Mr. and Mrs. William W. B. Keith Lou Kelmanson Joseph L. King Ms. Heather Kleisner and Mr. Sebastian Mueller-Soppart Mr.Gerald Kral and Mrs. Leslie Nightingale Kral Mr.Frederick J. Kramer and Mrs. Christina S. Kramer Christy and Fritz Kramer Ed Krebs and Susan Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kunau Drs. Paul and Eleanor Lederer Lisa and Byron Leet Mr. Jason Loehr Ms. Rebecca Lysohir Stanley and Sally Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mackin Dr. Janine Malone Mr. Charles Marsh and Mrs. Jennifer Marsh

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Dr. John Martin-Rutherford Ms. Carol B. Matton Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCallum Mr. and Mrs. Truman McCarter Ms.Arlette K. McDaniel and Mr. Robert Uhl Mr. and Ms. Steve McGuire Ms. Anne Mckune Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. McNaughton Mr. and Mrs. Bill Menish Mr. Brian Merkley Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Michael Pat and Steve Miller Mr. Gerald L. Minnis Ms. Jennifer Moore Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Mucci Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mullins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Patrick Mulloy, II Mr. Stanley Murrell and Ms. Mary K. Martin Phillip Newman Susan Ehrman Ochs Mr. Charles O’Koon and Mrs. Sarah C. O’Koon Mr. Bill K. Oldham and Mrs. Suzanne K. Oldham Mrs. Anne O’Leary and Mr. Sean O’Leary Ms. Kelly O’Malley Mr. Logan Ormerod RLR Charitable Foundation Ms. Caroline Oyler Mr. and Mrs. J. Padgett

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Erika and Thomas Paramore Brooke and Tom Pardue Mrs. Mary Barbara T. Partlow Ms.Penelope Peavler and Mr. Charles Grass Mr. Edwin H. Perry and Mrs. Kathryn Shaver Nick Phelps Ms.Rebecca Phillips and Mr. Brad Phillips Mrs. Victoria Phillips and Mr. J. Donald Phillips Mr. Jeff Polson and Mr. Gary White Mr. and Mrs. Whayne D. Porter Mr. Henry M. Potter and Mrs. Sharon S. Potter Eugenia and John Potter Mrs. Lois D. Powell and Dr. Robert W. Powell M.D. Mr. Izaak Prats Dr. Cindee Quake-Rapp and Mr. Mitch Rapp Ms. Letitia Quesenberry Dr. Mary Rademaker Ms. Amanda Ralston Ms. Debra Ramoska Mrs. Martha Rankin Barbara and Glen Raque Jim and Pam Ratterman Mr.David Ratterman and Ms. Lois S. Louis Dr. and Mrs. James E. Redmon Jr.

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The Rt. Rev. David B. Reed and Mrs. Catherine Luckett Reed Dr. Beth Riley Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rivers Mrs.Julie Roberts and Mr. Jonathan Roberts Mr. Julien Robson and Ms. Anita Scharrer Dr. John and Bonnie Roth Drs. Thomas and Ann Pinski Roth Mrs. Marianne R. Rowe Mr. Embry C. Rucker and Mrs. Joan MacLean Mrs. Karen Sales Mr. Craig Scherman IV Sandy and Bill Schreiber Tamar and Rick Schwartz Mr. Will Seay Lesa and Gregg Seibert Lewis Seiler Larry Shapin and Ladonna Nicolas Mrs. Laurie W. Short Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Shwab III Ms. Catherine Simmons Ms. Ruth M. Simons Ben Small and Michael Judd Mr. Vertner D. Smith III and Mrs. Barbara West Mr. and Mrs. James B. Spalding Jr. Virginia L. Speed Mrs. Suzanne Spencer David A. Stavros

Cliff Stepp Dr. and Mrs. Maynard L. Stetten Mrs. Jennifer Stetzler Mr. Don Stevens and Ms. Libby Marbury Mr. Zack Storms Ms. Barbara M. Stratton Dr. Richard A. Sweet and Mrs. Barbara E. Sweet Bobbie and Gary Tate Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Taylor Mrs. Margaret Thomas Ms.Elizabeth Thornberry and Ms. Leslie Texas Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Thornewill Alexandra and Andy Thurstone Mr. Brad Titzer and Ms. Regan Atkinson Harriet C. Treitz/HCT Design Studio Mrs. Lisa Turner-Schikler and Mr. Ken Schikler Arlene Tuttle Mr. Samuel G. Tyler IV and Mrs. Mary Tyler Elizabeth and Gerald Tyrrell Mr. Todd Underhill and Mrs. Colleen Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Thorne Vail BenVandermeer and Hilary Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Tony Varda Mr. Tony Varda and Mrs. Heather A. Varda

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Betsey and Bob Vaughan Ms. Meg Vogt Mr. and Mrs. James R. Voyles Mrs. Michelle Ward and Mr. T. Morgan Ward Mr. and Mr. Robert Warnock Mrs. Stephanie Weaver Miss Maud Welch Kendrick and Claudia Wells Leslie and Kent Westberry Mrs. Carol Whayne Mrs. Joan Whittenberg Mrs. Paula Whittle Mrs. Bridget Williams Ms. Cathy Wilson Mary and Sandy Wilson Mr. Ronald Wolz Mr.Mark K. Wourms and Ms. Patricia L. Johnson Mrs. Ruth N. Wukasch Mrs. Heather Zamanian and Dr. Kaveh Zamanian Tinker Zimmerman Mimi Zinniel Mr. Gene Zipperle Ms. Kelly Zullo

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Gold ($1,000–$2,499) Tonya Abeln Amal and Ruchi Agarwal Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Arnold Dr. Muhammad Babar M.D. David and Barbara Baker Brown Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Balcombe Terri and Steven Bass Turney P. Berry and Kendra D. Foster Ms. Jennifer M. Blair Jessica and Neville Blakemore III Mr. Steven Blevins and Mrs. Ellen Blevins Mr. and Mrs. H. Hewett Brown Betty Dabney Brown Ms. Nancy D. Bush Susan and Jeffrey Callen Karen and Paul Casi II Mrs. Lauren Chitwood Ms. Jennifer Chu Ms. Kyle A. Citrynell Ms. Ruth H. Cloudman Mr. and Mrs. W. Stewart Cobb Mrs. Evelyn T. Cohn Mr. John W. Condon Brett and Samantha Corbin TheGlenda and Gordon Ford Foundation Mr. John J. Davis III and Mrs. Ann P. Davis Ms.Carla Dearing and Mr. Erik Shultz Ashley DeVault

Mrs. Emily Digenis and Mr. Hunter C. Sattich Eric K. Doninger Matt and Suzanne Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Egan Reverend John G. Eifler Dr. Lee and Lois Epstein George and Mary Lee Fischer Mrs.Rhonda Frey and Mr. William J. Frey Jr. David and Regina Fry Mrs.Helen Lee Fugitte and Mr. James R. Fugitte Drs. Toni and Brian Ganzel Mr.and Ms. Joseph R. Gathright Jr. James R. Gillespie Dr. Steven Glassman and Mrs. Sylvia Glassman Dr. and Mrs. James Graham Mr. Kevin S. Grangier Johnand Mary Moss Greenebaum Mr.Kenneth H. Hagan Jr. and Mrs. Angela Hagan Paula Turner Hale Karen and Roger Hale Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Joanna and Taylor Hay Mr.and Mrs. Charles W. Hebel Jr. Ms. Helen L. Heddens Dr. and Mrs. Michael F. Heine Ms. Michelle Heit

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Karen and Edgar Hill Dr. Jonathan Hodes and Mrs. Janet W. Hodes Laurie and Denny Howell Katherine D. Johnson Patricia J. Kantlehner Paul and Sarah Keith Mr. and Mrs. Clark King Mr.Clark King and Mrs. Elizabeth J. King Ms.Jessica Knapp-Ziegler and Mr. Michael Ziegler Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Lambert Jr. Mrs.Amy Lapinski and Mr. Sterling Lapinski Dr. and Mrs. Romeo Laureano Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lewis Tommy and Leslie Sheets Dr. Nancy Martin and Dr. Fred J. Hendler Mrs. Annie McLaughlin and Mr. Paul McLaughlin Ms.Joyce Meyer and Ms. Lisa Stemler Lynnie Meyer James and Leslie Millar Charitable Fund Mr. Corey Milliman and Mr. Kevin Spalding Mr. Joseph S. Mitchell III and Mrs. Debbie L. Huddleston-Mitchell Drs. Nana and Sarah Mizuguchi

Ms. Susan Moremen Mr. and Mrs. V. Thomas Morris Sally and Charlie Moyer Mr. Edward J. O’Brien IV and Mrs. Trina O’Brien Mr. Houston Oppenheimer and Mrs. Betty Oppenheimer Mr. and Mrs. Chuy Ostos Mr. Douglas H. Owen Jr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Owen Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Owen III Mr. Joseph A. Paradis III Mr. and Mrs. Duane Parker Elizabeth Perry and Jon Spalding Mr. Jason Pierce and Mrs. Brooke Vaughn Jane D. Potter Mr. Patrick M. Potter and Mrs. Heidi H. Potter Dr. Dwight Pridham and Dr. Sarah Cox Steven and Deborah Reiss Mr. Edward Rhawn and Mrs. Helen D. Rhawn Douglas Riddle Russell and Terri Saunders Amanda and John Schriber Dr. Osman M. Shariff and Dr. Lindsay Shafer Leslie H. Sheehan Brent and Connie Simmons John Clay and Charlotte Stites Mary Clay Stites Dr. and Mrs. T. Bodley Stites

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Anita M. Streeter Mr. Brandon Sutton Patricia G. Swope Mrs. Skye Tarr and Mr. Chad Tarr Jeff and Anna Tatman Ms. April L. Taylor Dr. Rebecca A. Terry and Mr. Peter Thompson Mr. Dan Cerwinske and Ms. Carla Terwilleger Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Thieneman Jr. John and Alice Tiano Mrs. Linda Valentine and Mr. Christopher Valentine Stacey Wade-Nimbus Dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Watkins Mr. Frank F. Weisberg and Mrs. Barbara Weisberg Mr. Chris Welsh and Mr. Curtis Conlin Lee Ann Whelan Mrs.Cheri C. White and Mr. James B. White Doug Whyte Mr. Walter Woods Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie L. Zaring

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Platinum ($2,500–4,999) Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Ron and Leslie Geoghegan Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Ms. Amelia Huneke Jo Ann and Frank Luecke Drs. Catherine Newton and Gordon Strauss Mr. and Ms. Tom O’Grady Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tull

International Benefactor Circle Donor Circle ($5,000–9,999) Anonymous Mr. John C. Bajandas and Mrs. Natalie B. Bajandas Ms. Patricia W. Ballard Esq. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Carstanjen Roger and Kathie Cude Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Farrer Stephanie and Drew Fellon Mr. Todd P. Lowe and Ms. Fran C. Ratterman Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Nagel Anne Brewer Ogden Mark and Gail Oppenheimer Helen C. Powell Ozair M. Shariff Mrs. James S. Welch Mr. Donald G. Wenzel Jr.

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Curator Circle ($10,000–$24,999) Mrs. William O. Alden Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Ballantine Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ballard Ms. Eleanor Bingham Miller Ms. Maxine F. Bird Mr. Neville Blakemore III and Ms. Jessica Bird Ms.Laura Lee Brown and Mr. Steve Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. C. Clay The Diaz Family Foundation Dr. Steven E. Epstein and Ms. Cary Brown Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Sandy Gulick Lena and Matthew Hamel Frank and Paula Harshaw Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Alan and Shelly Ann Kamei Jim and Irene Karp Ms. Nancy H. Lampton Kate and Allan Latts Adele* and Leonard Leight Lionel Leventhal John* and Carolyn McBride Fund Mr. William L. McMahan Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. McNaughton Bruce Merrick and Karen McCoy Murphy Immediate Impact Fund Honorable and Mrs. John David Myles

Mr. Joseph A. Paradis III David Power and Bruce Hardy Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund Ellen and Max Shapira Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Smith Fran and Matt Thornton Mr. Michael C. Trager-Kusman and Mrs. Erin T. Trager-Kusman

Artist Circle ($25,000–$49,999) Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Director Circle ($50,000+) Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Barr Mrs. Christina L. Brown Elizabeth Davis Connie B. Goodman Mr. Lee W. Kirkwood and Mrs. Rosemary T. Kirkwood

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Charter Collectors Regular Single ($1,800) Ms. Miriam Ballert Edith S. Bingham Charis Fund Reverend John G. Eifler Connie B. Goodman Sandy Gulick Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Ms. Carol B. Matton Mr. Joseph A. Paradis III Mrs. Marianne R. Rowe Mrs. Margaret Thomas Mrs. Carol P. Whayne Tinker Zimmerman Regular Dual ($2,000) Anonymous Ms. Patricia W. Ballard Esq. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barr II Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Ms. Maxine F. Bird Mr. Neville Blakemore III and Ms. Jessica Bird Mr. Richard C. Chilton and Mrs. Stefi Chilton Mr. and Mrs. J. Gregory Clare Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. C. Clay Mr. Roger M. Dalton and Mrs. Lucy R. Dalton Mrs. Elizabeth W. Davis

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Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Davis Dr. and Mrs. Carl Dillman Dr. Steven E. Epstein and Ms. Cary Brown James R. and Helen Lee Fugitte Mr. and Mrs. Culver V. Halliday Frank and Paula Harshaw Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Dr. Jonathan Hodes and Mrs. Janet W. Hodes Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryan Hudson Ms. Amelia Huneke Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Jones Alan and Shelly Ann Kamei Sarah and Paul Keith Mr.Lee W. Kirkwood and Mrs. Rosemary T. Kirkwood Mr. William L. McMahan Murphy Immediate Impact Fund Honorable and Mrs. John David Myles Drs.Catherine Newton and Gordon Strauss Glen and Barbara Raque Mr. David Ratterman and Ms. Lois S. Louis Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund Drs. Thomas and Ann Pinski Roth Mr.Embry C. Rucker and Mrs. Joan MacLean Ellen and Max Shapira Mrs. Laurie W. Short Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Shwab III

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Dr. and Mrs. Maynard L. Stetten Anita M. Streeter Mrs. Skye Tarr and Mr. Chad Tarr Elizabeth* and Gerald Tyrrell Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Vaughan Elizabeth Helm and James R. Voyles Fund Sandy and Mary Wilson

Donations to Charter Collectors Mr. and Mrs. Michael Paradis

Patron ($3,400) Mr. E  dward Rhawn and Mrs. Helen D. Rhawn

Professional Dual ($350) Dr. Kenneth and Shelly Zegart

Decorative Arts Collectors Professional Single ($250) Suzanne at SMS Originals

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Regular Single ($750) Mr. John J. Davis III and Mrs. Ann P. Davis Connie B. Goodman Sandy Gulick Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Mr.Stanley K. Macdonald and Mrs. Sally D. Macdonald Anne Brewer Ogden Mary Barbara Tway Partlow

Regular Dual ($850) Ellen and Max Shapira Ben Small and Michael Judd Curator Circle Dual ($1,500) Mr.and Ms. Joseph R. Gathright Jr. Dr. Leonard Leight John* and Carolyn McBride Fund

Speed Contemporary Under 40 Single ($450) Tonya Abeln Joyce K. Duncan Regular Single ($1,300) Ms. Miriam Ballert Ms. Jennifer M. Blair Mrs. Connie B. Goodman Mrs. Johanna G. Howard

Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Dr. Leonard Leight Ms. Carol B. Matton Anne Brewer Ogden Ms. Leslie H. Sheehan Regular Dual ($850) Mr. William C. Ballard Jr. and Mrs. Julie Ballard Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Mrs. Colleen B. Beach and Mr. James Beach Mrs. Christina L. Brown Susan and Jeffrey Callen Mrs. Elizabeth W. Davis The Diaz Family Foundation Dr. Steven E. Epstein and Ms. Cary Brown Dr. Laman A. Gray Jr. and Mrs. Juliet H. C. Gray Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Dr. Jonathan Hodes and Mrs. Janet W. Hodes Alan and Shelly Ann Kamei Jim and Irene Karp Mr.Mathias Kolehmainen and Ms. Juliet Gray Mr.Stanley K. Macdonald and Mrs. Sally D. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. McNaughton James and Leslie Millar Charitable Fund

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Mr. Ronald J. Murphy and Mrs. Debra M. Murphy Mr. Charles O’Koon and Mrs. Sarah C. O’Koon David Power and Bruce Hardy Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Fund Mr.Christopher Ryan and Ms. Rosalie Rosenthal Larry Shapin and Ladonna Nicolas Mr. Michael C. Trager-Kusman and Mrs. Erin T. Trager-Kusman Mrs. Linda Valentine and Mr. Christopher Valentine

Cinephiles Supporter Dual ($750) Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Ms. Eleanor Bingham Miller Mrs. Connie B. Goodman Dr. Jonathan Hodes and Mrs. Janet W. Hodes Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Eugenia and John Potter Ms. Ruth M. Simons Mr.Vertner D. Smith III and Mrs. Barbara West Dr. Kenneth Zegart and Mrs. Rochelle Zegart

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Sustaining Dual ($1,500) Susan and Jeffrey Callen Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Mrs. Leslie H. Millar and Mr. James H. Millar Mr. and Ms. Tom O’Grady

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JP Morgan Chase Bank Kindred Healthcare The Gates Corporation The GE Foundation The Humana Foundation The PNC Foundation UBS Private Wealth

Individual Sponsors Cinema Vanessa Cantley Ann Oldfather

Additional Gifts

Education Jim and Irene Karp

Arthur K. Smith Family Foundation Bittners Bonnie Management Company, INC Brooke Brown Barzun Philanthropic Foundation Clifton Foundation RJ Thieneman Family Foundation The Audience Group The Jasteka Foundation TheOwsley Brown II Family Foundation

Matching Gifts 95


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Exhibitions Anonymous Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Brooke Brown Barzun A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein Mr. and Mrs. J. McCauley Brown Owsley Brown III Dr. Jeffrey P. Callen and Mrs. Susan Callen Mr.Stephen Campbell and Ms. Heather McHold Paul and Deborah Chellgren Mr. and Mrs. J. Macklin Cox Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Fellon Mrs. Keltie E. Ferris Mrs. Jean Frazier Holly and Joe Gathright Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Mr.Frank F. Harshaw and Mrs. Paula C. Harshaw Augusta and Gill Holland, Jr. Mr.David A. Jones Sr. and Mrs. Betty Jones Mr.David A. Jones Jr. and Ms. Mary Gwen Wheeler Mr.Boyce F. Martin III and Ms. Melea East Mr. Rowland A. D. Miller Mr.Ronald J. Murphy and Mrs. Debra M. Murphy Mr.Charles O’Koon and Mrs. Sarah C. O’Koon

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Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Mrs. Marianne R. Rowe Mrs. Martha W. Slaughter and Dr. Mark S. Slaughter Mr. William M. Street* Mr. Matthew A. Thornton and Mrs. Fran H. Thornton Mr. Michael C. Trager-Kusman and Mrs. Erin T. Trager-Kusman Mrs. Linda Valentine and Mr. Christopher Valentine Dr. Woodford S. Van Meter Mrs. James S. Welch Mr. and Mrs. John J. Werst III General Operating A. Cary Brown and Steven E. Epstein Speed For All Jim and Irene Karp

Organizational Sponsors After Hours Angel’s Envy Distillery Brown-Forman Corporation

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Annual Patron Circle Party Bliss Home Clark & Riggs Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. Merkley Kendrick Jewelers Republic Bancorp Inc. United Mail, LLC Art of Bourbon Hell or High Water Cinema Republic National Distributing Company Education Brown-Forman Corporation

Speed Ball Blue Grass MOTORSPORT Churchill Downs Inc. Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co. Dinsmore & Shohl LLP Highland Cleaners Kentucky Select Properties Kindred Healthcare Land Rover of Louisville LG&E and KU Energy LLC Phocus Sterling Thompson Company Yum! Brands, Inc. Brown-Forman Corporation Northern Trust Republic Bancorp Inc.

Exhibitions Bryan Station Chapter DAR Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co. Hardscuffle, Inc. The Community Foundation of Louisville General Admission Fund for the Arts Inc. International Women’s Day Luncheon LG&E and KU Energy LLC Patron Circle Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC

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Grants Anonymous Ar-Hale Family Foundation Community Foundation of Southern Indiana Felix E. Martin Jr. Foundation Fund for the Arts Inc. Kentucky Arts Council Debra and Ronald Murphy Family Charitable Foundation Mr. Joseph A. Paradis III Paul Ogle Foundation, Inc. The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation U.S. Bank Foundation William E. Barth Foundation

Corporate Partnership Partner ($5,000) Frost Brown Todd LLC KBD

Leadership Circle ($10,000) Kindred Healthcare

Capital Campaign Allan Latts Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Owen III University of Louisville Foundation 98

Educational Institution Partners Bellarmine University Kentucky College of Art + Design Spalding University University of Louisville

Educational Programming Donations Anonymous Ms. Helen A. Adams Ms. Mary Bainbridge Ms. LaDonna Bemus Mr. and Ms. Chris Boone Ms. Julie Borders Steven Bowling Joanne Caridis Richard H. C. And Elizabeth F. Clay Stephanie Cobb Ms. Elana Crane Mr. Gordon R. Currie* Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Currie Anita and Marvin Fleischman Ann Ellerkamp Helen Lee Fugitte Fund for the Arts Inc. Global Game Changers Dr. Stanley Goldberg and Mrs. Carol Goldberg Summer Goldman

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Mrs. Connie B. Goodman Mrs.Rebecca S. Guthrie and Mr. John R. Guthrie Lena and Matthew Hamel Owen & Eleanor Hardy Mr. H. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Karen R. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huckaby Matthew Hughes Mr. R. Harvey Johnston III Helen Jones Patty Kantlehner Will Kantlehner IV Mike & Terry Karol Mrs. Gail Kaukas Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kerrick Kathryn Wong Ms. Ariel Kronenberg LG&E and KU Energy LLC Mr. John A. Marsh Jr. and Ms. Sharon K. Bennett Mrs. Kathryn M. Mershon and Dr. Todd Gardner Metro United Way Inc. Mr. C  hristopher E. Miller and Mr. Bill Stanley Peter Morrin and Carolyn Brooks Dr. Catherine Newton and Dr. Gordon Strauss Mr.Douglas H. Owen Jr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Owen Don & Amy Parker Ms. Victoria G. Parker Mrs.Lois D. Powell and Dr. Robert W. Powell M.D.

Emma Pridham Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Ransmeier John Reed Stephen Reily and Emily Bingham Ms. Courtney Richardson-Young Bill Routh Kelly Scott Dr. Fred P. Seifer and Dr. Susan G. Zepeda Mr. Robert Simpson Mark and Martha Slaughter Elizabeth and Jon Spalding The Ar-Hale Family Foundation John and Marilyn Werst Mr.Laurence Zielke and Mrs. Elizabeth Cox

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Speed Ball Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Adams Mr. and Mrs. James R. Allen Mrs. Maggie Bade King Mrs. and Mr. Amy Bailey Ms. Tawana Bain Mrs. Brenda Balcombe and Dr. Kenneth L. Balcombe Dr. Charles C. Barr and Mrs. Lisa E. Barr Mr. Ford Barr Ambassador Matthew Barzun and Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Mr. Steven A. Bass and Mrs. Mary T. Bass Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Ms. Eleanor Bingham Miller Bittners Mr. Andy Blair Mr. Neville Blakemore Jr. and Mrs. Gray Henry-Blakemore Mr. Neville Blakemore III and Ms. Jessica Bird Ms. Alissa Blow Mr. Jonathan S. Blue Blue Grass MOTORSPORT Mrs. Mary C. Boland and Mr. Ryan Bodman Mr. William Bonny and Ms. Lia Laber

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Mr. and Mrs. James Breece Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Brennan Dr. and Mrs. Edward B. Brockman Mr. and Ms. Jamie Brodsky Mrs. Christina L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Brown III Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Brown III Brown-Forman Corporation Ms. Mckenzie Browning Mrs. Susan Bufford Mr. Clark Burckle Mr. John T. Burke Ms. Rhonda Burks Mr. Michael Burns and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennan Burns Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Cadolini Mr. Vincent Cameron Mr. Stephen Campbell and Ms. Heather McHold Dr. and Dr. Eli Capilouto Mr. and Mrs. William C. Carstanjen Mr. and Mrs. Chuy Ostos Mr. Lindy Casebier and Mr. Tom Cannady Mr. Charles Cash Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casi II Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Castner Jr. Ms. Jennifer Chu Churchill Downs Incorporated Ms. Kyle A. Citrynell Commonwealth Bank & Trust Co.

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Mr. Curtis Conlin and Mr. Chris Welsh Mr. Brett H. Corbin and Mrs. Samantha Wallace-Corbin Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cottingham Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Cude Mr. Robert Cunningham Mr. Robert A. Davenport and Mrs. Lorie G. Davenport Mr. Gregory Delmonico Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Diaz Mrs. Emily Digenis and Mr. Hunter C. Sattich Dinsmore Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Dolson Patrick and Merry Dougherty Ms. Olivia Duff Ms. Emily R. Dunaway Ms. Laura J. Dunbar Mr. Tom Dunbar Mr. a  nd Mrs. Wallace H. Dunbar Jr. Ms. Joyce Duncan Mr. Lukas Dwelly Mr. and Mrs. David S. Easterling Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ensor III Dr. Steven E. Epstein and Ms. Cary Brown Ms. Lisa B. Ewen Dr. and Mrs. Richard Fellows Mr. James H. Ferguson III and Mrs. Ashley Brook Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Flowers

Mr.William T. Fraser and Mrs. Jo Anne J. Fraser Ms. Sandra A. Frazier Frost Brown Todd LLC Dr. Stanley A. Gall M.D. and Mrs. Florence M. Gall Mr. Richard L. Garner Dr. Kiran Gill and Mr. Ankur Gopal Mr. James R. Gillespie Mr.and Mrs. C. Edward Glasscock Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gomez Mrs. Connie B. Goodman Mr. Jim Gray Mr. and Mrs. John S. Greenebaum Mr.Bart Greenwald and Mrs. Deborah W. Greenwald Dr. Paula and Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Mr.Kenneth H. Hagan Jr. and Mrs. Angela Hagan Mr. and Mrs. D. Brett Hale Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Hall Mrs. Spencer E. Harper Jr. Ms. Joanna T. Hay and Mr. Taylor Hay Mr. and Mrs. James E. Haynes Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. Ms. Ingrid D. Hernandez Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth F. Herrington III Highland Cleaners Hilliard Lyons Trust Co. LLC

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Dr. Jonathan Hodes and Mrs. Janet W. Hodes Mr. and Mrs. Gill G. Holland Mr. and Mrs. George Hoskins Ms. Holly Houston Mr. and Mrs. James D. Jackson Ms. Katherine D. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Jones JP Morgan Chase Bank Mr.Alan K. Kamei and Mrs. Shelly A. Kamei Mrs. Patricia Kantlehner and Mr. William A. Kantlehner III Mr. Carl Kaster Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Katakis Dr. Kimberly Kempf-Leonard and Dr. Charlie Leonard Kentucky Select Properties Kindred Healthcare Mr.Clark King and Mrs. Elizabeth J. King Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy King Mr.Lee W. Kirkwood and Mrs. Rosemary T. Kirkwood Mr.Mathias Kolehmainen and Ms. Juliet Gray Ms. and Mr. Meredith Koon Mr.Kevin Kramer and Mrs. Jennifer Kramer Mr. Ed Krebs Dr. Glenn E. Lambert Jr. and Mrs. Carol Lambert Land Rover of Louisville Mrs. Meredith Lawrence

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Dr. Leonard Leight LG&E and KU Energy LLC Ms. Kelly A. Lurz Mr. Scott Massey Mather & Co. CPAs LLC Ms. Carol B. Matton Mr. and Mrs. Trace Mayer Mr. and Mrs. John T. McCarthy III Mr. Patrick D. McLane and Mr. Todd Cain Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. McNaughton Mr.Nicolas Melhuish and Mrs. Ursula Melhuish Ms.Joyce Meyer and Ms. Lisa Stemler Ms. M. Lynnie Meyer Mrs. Leslie H. Millar and Mr. James H. Millar Mr. Jim Mulvihill and Ms. Miranda Lash Debra and Ronald Murphy Charitable Foundation Mrs. Deena Neimat and Mr. Joseph Neimat Mr. and Ms. Kurt Neubauer Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Neuman Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Newcomer Northern Trust Dr. James Odell Mr. and Mrs. W. Kent Oyler III Mr. and Mrs. Duane Parker Ms. Caroline Paulus Ms. Patricia Perleberg-Owen Mr. David Phelps

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2018 Year In Review

Phocus PNC Bank PNC Wealth Management Mr. Rodman Primack and Mr. Rudy Weissenberg Mr. John Receveur Republic Bancorp Inc. River Road Asset Mgt., LLC Dan and Mary Rivers Mr. Rob Roberts Mrs.Julie Roberts and Mr. Jonathan Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Dean Roethemeier Dr. and Mrs. Marc J. Salzman Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Scheinler Mr. and Mrs. John Schriber Mrs. Inez Segell* Mr. Lawrence A. Shapin and Ms. Ladonna Nicolas Dr. Osman M. Shariff and Dr. Lindsay Shafer Mr. John Shumate Dr. Frederick W. Siegel Dr. Shawn Sikka Ms. Stephanie Sims Mrs.Martha W. Slaughter and Dr. Mark S. Slaughter Ms. Vaughn Smith Ms. Wendy Smith Mrs.Elizabeth P. Spalding and Mr. Jon Spalding Ms. Carolyn Speed Mr. and Mrs. Horace Speed III Ms. Virginia L. Speed

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Dr. Bryant Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stansbury Sterling Thompson Company Dr. and Mrs. John D. Stewart II Stites & Harbison PLLC Stock Yards Bancorp Inc. The Rev. Marion W. Stodghill Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC Mr. J. Graham Switzer Ms. Rebecca Switzer Ms. Patricia Swope Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tatman Ms. April L. Taylor Dr. Rebecca A. Terry and Mr. Peter Thompson Mrs. Claire Tidmore Mr.and Mrs. George Timmering Jr. Mrs.Lisa Turner-Schikler and Mr. Ken Schikler Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Tyler Mrs.Linda Valentine and Mr. Christopher Valentine Dr. and Mrs. Woodford S. Van Meter Mr. Dennis E. Wagner Ms. Stephanie Waltrip Dr. Lori Warren and Mr. Martin McClelland Dr. Kelli and Mr. Woodford Webb Mrs. Jane F. Welch Miss Maud Welch Mr. Donald G. Wenzel Jr. Mrs. Carol P. Whayne

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Mr. and Ms. Patrick Whelan Cheri Collis White and James White Mrs. Paula Whittle Mr. John T. Wiggins Mr. Ronald Wolz Dr. Shiao Y. Woo and Mr. John H. Shaw-Woo Ms. Phoebe A. Wood Mr. and Mrs. William B. Yarmuth Ms. Faith Yascone Yum! Brands, Inc.

Accessions Donations Mr.George Bailey and Ms. Porter Watkins Mrs. Brenda Balcombe and Dr. Kenneth L. Balcombe Mrs. Ann H. Borrett Mr. L  . Pennington Broecker and Mrs. Patrecia G. Broecker Dr. Gregory B. Brown M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casi II Mr. D  an Cerwinske and Ms. Carla Terwilleger Mrs. Paula A. Cohn Cowan’s Auction, Inc. Ms. Ashley DeVault Mr. Eric K. Doninger Mrs. Helen Lee Fugitte and Mr. James R. Fugitte Mr. James R. Gillespie

Connie B. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. John S. Greenebaum Judge David J. Hale Mr. Matthew E. Hamel and Mrs. Lena Hamel Mrs. Spencer E. Harper Jr. Mr. Grafton S. Harper and Ms. Elizabeth Van Denburgh Mr. Spencer E. Harper III Ms.Joanna T. Hay and Mr. Taylor Hay Mr. H. Edgar Hill and Mrs. Karen R. Hill Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Irvin James and Irene Karp Ms. Katherine D. Johnson Mr. Alan K. Kamei and Mrs. Shelly A. Kamei Mr. J. Paul Keith III and Mrs. Sarah Keith Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Mrs. Carolyn M. McBride Mrs. Leslie H. Millar and Mr. James H. Millar Ms. Susan Moremen Mr. Ronald J. Murphy and Mrs. Debra M. Murphy Mr. and Ms. Tom O’Grady Mr. Joseph A. Paradis III PNC Bank Mr. Patrick M. Potter and Mrs. Heidi H. Potter Reverend Alfred R. Shands III

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Mrs. Elizabeth P. Spalding and Mr. Jon Spalding Dr. and Mrs. Peter E. Tanguay Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tatman Ms. April L. Taylor Mrs. Linda Valentine and Mr. Christopher Valentine Dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Walter Mr. Frank F. Weisberg and Mrs. Barbara Weisberg Mrs. Cheri C. White and Mr. James B. White Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie L. Zaring

Celebrating Women Honorees Celebrating Christina L. Brown Hattie Bishop Speed* Alice Speed Stoll* Honoring Brooke Brown Barzun Edith Bingham Emily Bingham Eleanor Bingham Miller Maxine F. Bird Ina Brown Bond Alice Cary Brown Victoire Reynal Brown Cary Brown Epstein Paula P. Grisanti

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Augusta Brown Holland Stephanie Fellon Ginny Harshaw Paula Harshaw Gray Henry Nana Lampton Heather McHold Debra Murphy Katie Murphy Anne Brewer Ogden Elizabeth Owen Martha Slaughter Lindy B. Street Erin Trager-Kusman Ann Cowley Wells

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Remembering Sarah M. Few* Mimi Brown Martin Nancy Batson Rash* Bonnie Dance Thornton* Polly Brown Williams*

2018 Board of Trustees Primary Formal Addressee Dr. Charles C. Barr Mrs. Brooke Brown Barzun Mr. Richard H. C. Clay Mrs. Elizabeth W. Davis Mrs. Victoria A. Diaz Mr. Eric K. Doninger Mr. Douglas A. Edwards Mrs. Helen Lee Fugitte Dr. Alex Gerassimides Mrs. Connie B. Goodman Mr. Robert W. Griffith Mr. Michael J. Grisanti Mr. D. Brett Hale Mr. Gill Holland Mrs. Alyce B. Hoskins Mrs. Debbie L. Huddleston-Mitchell Mr. Lee W. Kirkwood Mr. Allan M. Latts Dr. Leonard Leight Dr. Kimberly Leonard Mr. Ronald J. Murphy Mrs. Robert M. Nash

Ms. Anne Ogden Reverend Alfred R. Shands III Mrs. Ellen H. Shapira Mr. Stephen A. Smith Mr. Frank F. Weisberg

2018 Board of Governors Mrs. Tonya Abeln Dr. Amal Agarwal M.D. Dr. Muhammad Babar M.D. Mrs. Brenda Balcombe Mr. Neville Blakemore III Mr. Steven Blevins Dr. James Bloom Ms. Cary Brown Dr. James Calleroz White Mrs. Julia K. Carstanjen Mrs. Lorena Casas Ostos Mrs. Karen Casi Ms. Jennifer Chu Ms. Kyle A. Citrynell Mr. Brett H. Corbin Mr. Luis R. Corrons Mrs. Susan Dabney Lavin Ms. Ashley DeVault Mrs. Suzanne E. Dougherty Mrs. Merry W. Dougherty Reverend John G. Eifler Mr. Dale Fisher Mrs. Helen Lee Fugitte Mr. J. Ronald Geoghegan Mr. James R. Gillespie

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Mr. Ankur Gopal Mr. Kevin Grangier Mr. Bill Green Ms. Paula T. Hale Mr. Matthew E. Hamel Ms. Joanna T. Hay Mr. Gill Holland Mrs. Chandra Irvin Councilman David James Ms. Katherine Johnson Ms. Heather Johnson Mrs. Laura Jones Mr. Michael Judd Mrs. Patricia Kantlehner Mrs. Sarah Keith Mr. Chase Kirkwood Mr. Allan M. Latts Mr. Lionel Leventhal Mrs. Kim W. Lewis Mrs. Leslie Lewis-Sheets Ms. Rhonda M. Mitchell Dr. Sarah Mizuguchi M.D. Ms. Susan Moremen Mr. Tom O’Grady Mrs. Katherine Oyler Ms. Ebony G. Patterson Mr. Patrick M. Potter Ms. Vidya Ravichandran Mr. Douglas Riddle Dr. Cesar Rodriguez Ms. Rosalie Rosenthal Mrs. Connie F. Simmons Ms. Anita Streeter Mr. William E. Summers V

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Mrs. Anna C. Tatman Ms. April L. Taylor Ms. Carla Terwilleger Mr. Andrew Trager-Kusman Mrs. Linda Valentine Mr. Stacey Wade Mrs. Alice B. Walter Mr. Todd Walz Mr. Robert Wang Mr. J. Tanner Watkins Mr. Frank F. Weisberg Ms. Jean Wells Mrs. Cheri C. White Mr. Doug Whyte Mr. Guthrie L. Zaring

2017 Trustees Emereti Dr. Elizabeth P. Cressman Mr. Sam Gilliam Mr. Robert W. Griffith Mr. Michael N. Harreld Mrs. Karen Hovey Mrs. Sherry K. Jelsma Mrs. Adele Leight* Dr. Leonard G. Leight Mrs. Robert M. Nash Reverend Alfred R. Shands III

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A FINANCIAL OVERVIEW

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Condensed Statement of Activities & Financial Position Fiscal Year 2018 Statement of Activities

Revenue Gifts, grants, memberships, and sponsorships

$3,551,573

Auxiliary activities

$2,591,921

Net investment gains, endowment

$3,367,658

Investment income, endowment

$1,049,492

Total Revenue

$10,560,644

Expenses

112

Physical plant and security

$5,243,173

Administration and information technology

$2,020,424

Curatorial, education, and exhibitions

$2,198,002

Accessions

$1,321,336

Auxiliary activities

$1,284,442

Membership, marketing, and public relations

$692,560

Development

$466,504

Total Expenses

$13,226,441

Change in Net Assets

$(2,665,797)

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Condensed Statement of Activities & Financial Position Fiscal Year 2018 Statement of Activities

Gifts, grants, memberships, and sponsorships Investment income, endowment Auxillary activities

Net investment gains, endowment

Revenue   $3,551,573   $2,591,921   $5,823,820  $318,006

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Auxillary activities

Statement of Activities

Physical plant and security

Development

Administration and information technology

Curatorial, education, and exhibitions Accessions Membership, marketing, and public relations

Expenses  

$5,243,173

$1,284,442

  $2,020,424

  $692,560

  $2,198,002

  $466,504

  $1,321,336

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Condensed Statement of Activities & Financial Position Fiscal Year 2018 Statement of Financial Position

Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts payable and other liabilities

$863,759

Net Assets

$135,689,396

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$136,553,155

The condensed statement of financial position and statement of activities reflect information taken from the Museum’s financial statements audited by MCM. Total Assets listed do not include the value of the Museum’s Collection. Physical plant and security includes depreciation of $3,052,274. Thanks to our founder, Hattie Bishop Speed, and to past generations of donors, who generously remembered the Speed through bequests, we are fortunate to have unrestricted net assets at least five times our annual budget. These funds continue to be invested as an endowment to support future operations and unexpected program needs.

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