Join a Dia Council

<p>2010 visit to The Philip Johnson Glass House, a site of the National <br>Trust for Historic Preservation in New Canaan, CT.</p>

2010 visit to The Philip Johnson Glass House, a site of the National
Trust for Historic Preservation in New Canaan, CT.

 
 
 

 
 

Contemporary Council

The Contemporary Council is Dia’s newest groups for young professionals to join together in support of Dia and learn more about Dia’s collection and projects through a series of intimate events, programs, and lectures. Contemporary Council members’ annual contribution of $2,500, provide essential support for exhibitions, projects, and public and educational programs.

 

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Art Council

The Art Council is a group of art supporters who gather for special events throughout the year that focus on Dia’s collection, exhibitions, and dynamic programming. Art Council members’ annual contribution of $5,000 provides essential support for exhibitions, projects, and public and educational programs.

 

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Dia:Beacon Council

The Dia:Beacon Council is a group of art enthusiasts who understand and support the critical role Dia:Beacon plays in the Hudson Valley. Ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, Council members’ annual contributions help sustain all activities at Dia:Beacon, including maintaining Dia’s renowned collection and supporting special exhibitions and the diverse public and education programs that take place throughout the year.

 

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Director's Council

The Director's Council brings together a small group of patrons interested in deepening their relationship to Dia; in helping to sustain Dia’s collection, exhibitions, and programs; and in learning more about Dia’s diverse projects. Director's Council members are counted among Dia’s closest friends and supporters. Participation begins with a $25,000 annual gift, which provides pivotal general operating support for Dia.

For information about Dia’s councils, please contact Jennifer Burlenski, 212.293.5596 or jburlenski @ diaart.org.

 
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