Become a Friend of the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History
A gift of any amount will support the Edith O’Donnell Institute’s rich and diverse research and academic programs, as well as our innovative collaborations with partner institutions. Your investment in the O’Donnell Institute will impact current and future generations of art scholars.
We invite you to become a Friend of the O’Donnell Institute at one of the following levels.
General support for the Institute’s programs.
Gifts provide UT Dallas students with free admission to Dallas-Fort Worth museums and exhibitions, and give students first-hand encounters with works of art.
Gifts support travel and research projects for O’Donnell Institute scholars, professors, graduate students, and fellows.
Gifts fund specific research projects that enable the O’Donnell Institute to compete with world-class research groups in the area of cultural data science and digital art history.
$10,000 Director’s Circle
Gifts support Dr. Richard Brettell’s priority projects and initiatives to further the success of the Institute. Friends at this level will be receive special invitations and exclusive opportunities associated with the O’Donnell Institute.
$25,000 O’Donnell Circle
Gifts in honor of Edith O’Donnell support ongoing programs, initiatives, and collaborations and fund the various needs outlined above. Members of the O’Donnell Circle will be invited to join the Advisory Board.
The O’Donnell Institute Research Center in The Dallas Museum of Art. © James F. Wilson
O’Donnell Institute Friends receive
special recognition and benefits including:
Email updates with special “Friends-Only” announcements and invitations to lectures, symposiums, and special events
Recognition on the O’Donnell Institute’s website and in printed material
Complimentary invitation to an annual event to recognize donors and the achievements of the O’Donnell Institute
Donor wall recognition in the O’Donnell Institute’s headquarters at UT Dallas and the Dallas Museum of Art
For more information call Pierrette Lacour at 972-883-2475 (office), 469-236-0104 (cell) or e-mail [email protected]