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MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM

ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1, 2015–JUNE 30, 2016

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CONTENTS

Mission, Vision and Values, and Diversity Statements

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From the President and Director

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Board of Trustees

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Statement of Finances

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People Served

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Awards and Accomplishments Exhibitions

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Press

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Social Media

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Gifts and Purchases

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Special Events

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Contributions Individual Gifts

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Institutional Giving

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The Constable Society

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Bequests

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Tribute Gifts

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Matching Gifts

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Gifts in Kind Staff Yard School of Art Instructors Volunteers ual Support

Corporate, Foundation, and G

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All Museum programs are made possible, in part, by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, Carol and Terry Wall/The Vance Wall Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and Museum members.

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VISION, VALUES AND DIVERSITY STATEMENT After 100 years of service, MAM is recognized as the leading American art museum and community art school in Northern New Jersey. As an organization, we value: artistic inspiration, diversity of voices, individual and group creativity, and the importance of all arts to a civil, inclusive and forward-thinking society.

MISSION STATEMENT The Montclair Art Museum, together with its Vance Wall Art Education Center, engages our diverse community through distinctive exhibitions, educational programs, and collections of American and Native American art. Our mission is to inspire and engage people of all ages in their experience with art, including the rich inter-cultural and global connections throughout American history, and the continuing relevance of art to contemporary life.

Photography by Jackyn Corrado for Montclair Art Museum.

We respect and welcome individual differences and strive to maintain an environment that fosters productivity, creativity, and individual satisfaction by celebrating the diversity of race, gender, nationality, age, religion, sexual orientation, and physical abilities. During our second century, we will invigorate our collections and curatorial presentations; expand our educational services and audience; support artists, their work and connections; pursue productive institutional partnerships; and embrace new media and technology. We will also secure MAM’s financial stability and preserve its facilities and other assets in a prudent and sustainable way.

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND MUSEUM DIRECTOR Dear Friends, Fiscal year 2016 at the Montclair Art Museum was one of great celebration! Our focus for FY2016 was to enhance MAM’s educational profile and strengthen the museum’s financial position for years to come. After years of strategic planning, we introduced MAM’s 21st Century Roadmap, a comprehensive plan to raise funds and enhance our offerings while opening eyes, opening minds, and inspiring creativity in Northern New Jersey.

Frank Walter III President of the Board of Trustees

Lora Urbanelli Museum Director

The fall season opened with a celebration of two new initiatives: the creation of the Vance Wall Art Education Center and the public launch of our Second Century Campaign. On September 30, 2015, the community gathered to celebrate a transformational $5 million gift from Carol and Terry Wall to establish the Vance Wall Art Education Center, with the goal of expanding educational programming for all audiences. This gift was revealed as the keystone for the museum’s Second Century fundraising campaign, which has raised $12.5 million of its $15 million target as of the Center’s opening last spring. Also in the spring, MAM hosted the first Annual Gaelen Family Artist Lecture with guest speaker Preston Singletary, an acclaimed Native American glassblower. At a time when interest in MAM’s Native American collection has been rekindled, it was a delight to present this accomplished artist to our members. The Gaelen Family Lecture Series will bring a new artist to MAM each year to speak about and discuss with the public topics such as creativity, process and inspiration, which will help enhance MAM’s stellar reputation as a resource for engaged participation in the arts. MAM’s ongoing rich programming for individuals, families and groups was centered around exquisitely curated exhibitions in 2016, including Eric Carle: Animals and Friends and American Visions: 1870–1940, Works from the Bank of America Collection. Both shows were very popular with visitors and generously reinforced by public and private support, which is crucial to our work and key to the exhibitions’ success. This year’s initiatives have set the foundation for our future direction and growth, allowing the Museum to fully embrace its dual mission to serve as a source of inspiration and a resource for education within our community and beyond. In FY2017, we look forward to more ground-breaking exhibitions, increasing support of our region’s artists, and several new educational programs. More than ever, we are grateful for the support of our trustees, staff, volunteers, artists, foundations, corporations and private donors who help us bring art to life—and ensure that Montclair Means Art for another century. Frank Walter III President of the Board of Trustees

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Lora Urbanelli Museum Director

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2016–2017 Rose Cali, Co-Chair Carol Vance Wall, Co-Chair Newton B. Schott, Jr., Vice Chair & Secretary Frank J. Walter III, President Ira A. Wagner, Treasurer Lisa Amato, Vice President Linder K. Andlinger, Vice President Holly English, Vice President Lynn Glasser, Vice President Stephen P. Hess, Vice President James Leitner, Vice President Karen G. Mandelbaum, PhD, Vice President Lyn B. Reiter, Vice President

Michael A. Backer, Esq. Nicole Bearce, Esq. Susan V. Bershad, MD Sylvia Cohn Susan A. Cole, PhD Cynthia Corhan-Aitken Deborah Davis John M. Dowd Audrey Gaelen Norbert Gaelen Edward P. Gregory Michael Heningburg, Jr. James E. Johnson Herbert C. Klein Andrew Lacey Steven D. Plofker Gretchen Prater Ivonne Ruggles Sengal M.G. Selassie Sharon C. Taylor Robert L. Tortoriello Joan Zief Director Lora S. Urbanelli

Ann Schaffer, Vice President Chairmen Emeriti Robert S. Constable Adrian A. Shelby William H. Turner III

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STATEMENT OF FINANCES Operating Income Membership, Tuition, Programs, Events, Store & Rental $2,394,019

55%

Government Grants $271,652

6%

Donations, Non–Goverment Grants, and Investment Income $1,679,167 39% TOTAL $4,344,838

100% 39%

6%

Operating Expense 55%

Program $3,143,241

72%

Administration $455,415

11%

Fundrasing $746,189

17%

TOTAL $4,344,838

100% 72%

Annual Operating Budget and Capital Improvements $4,344,838 Endowment $11.3 million

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PEOPLE SERVED

5,360 visitors during 8 Free 9 exhibitions First Thursday Nights, evenings 78,357 onsite visitors when MAM offers late hours 2,617 member households 124,093 unique web visitors and dynamic programming

91 MAM Art Truck visits serving art to 6,619 visitors in 22 towns

2,554

students in the

Yard School of Art attending

295 studio art courses and workshops

10,091 visitors attending 438 guided tours reached 12,462 visitors, including scholarship tours for 2,924 underserved students

20 free need-based scholarships to Yard School of Art classes for area children

1,100 people at 2 FREE Family Days. An additional

25 family programs were offered throughout the year.

4,000 submissions to

34 public programs,

10 community exhibitions,

the Scholastic Art Awards,

including lectures by visiting

featuring work from the Yard

triple what MAM received

scholars and artists, dance

School of Art & art education

when we began this national

performances, film screenings,

partnerships with local schools

partnership in 2009;

panel discussions, trips and

19 of our students were

tours, and a thriving creative

awarded the National Gold

aging program

Medal and 29 the Silver Medal

13 Homeschool Days

program increasing service

25 Art Birthday Parties

with customized programs

including the First-Ever Herb Block Award for Editorial Cartoon

3 initiatives for senior citizens are going strong in the second year of MAM’s Creative Aging

and access

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AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Alexandra Schwartz’s feature article in the Come As You Are catalogue, Chaotic Input: Art in the United States, 1989–2001, was awarded First Place in the Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation Awards for Excellence

The new Vance Wall Art Education Center engages with over 95 schools in 54 school districts, 4 institutions of higher learning, and 140 community and business organizations. 1. MAM revealed plans for the Vance Wall Art Education Center and introduced its newly appointed Director Leah Fox on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at the Celebration of MAM’s Future: A Landmark Event. With a gift totaling $5 million from Carol and Terry Wall/The Vance Wall Foundation, the Museum announced the creation of the Center to establish the footing for enhanced educational outreach and accessible programs for people of all ages. The Vance Wall Art Education Center debuted in spring 2016 in a renovation project that established a physical presence for the Center and all its activities. The renovation created new office 8

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space that brings education staff together for the first time. The Helen & Bill Geyer Art Studio, a new glass-walled education classroom located front and center at one of the Museum’s entryways and made possible through a planned gift from Helen & Bill Geyer, opens the art-making experience directly to MAM visitors. The launch of the Vance Wall Art Education Center enables an ambitious expansion of MAM’s educational profile, a key strategic priority, allowing the Museum to serve as a lab for education and museum studies departments at area universities, and providing professional development opportunities for educators, thus enhancing our role as a premier provider of art education in New Jersey. The Center engages with over 95 schools in 54 school districts, 4 institutions of higher learning, and 140 community and business organizations. Our vision for the future of education is both programmatic and physical, both on- and off-site, to fully refine and deepen these partnerships, creating national models for art education.

2. MAM built on its reputation for innovation with two original exhibitions, Eric Carle Animals and Friends, which explored the famed illustrator’s creative process and popular work, and American Visions: 1870–1940, Works from the Bank of America Collection, a survey of American Impressionism at the turn of the twentieth century. MAM’s contemporary exhibit Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s, the first major American museum survey to historicize emerging art made between 1989 and 2001, concluded a successful national run with stops in Georgia, Michigan, and Texas. 3. MAM’s Curator of Contemporary Art, Alexandra Schwartz’s feature article in the Come As You Are catalogue, Chaotic Input: Art in the United States, 1989-2001, was awarded First Place in the Association of Art Museum Curators & AAMC Foundation Awards for Excellence, in the category of Article or Essay. 4. MAM’s 3rd year of the Art Truck, a mobile open studio, housed in a retrofitted ice cream truck, that offers free art projects and lessons to MAM’s community served over 91 venues, 6,600 visitors, and 22 towns. It also helped to raise awareness of the importance of

art making and creative endeavors as integral to lifelong wellbeing. Projects ranged from individual watercolor painting for seniors to large-scale community cardboard sculptures at town festivals. 5. MAM’s Creative Aging program is going strong focusing on 4 initiatives for senior citizens in an effort to increase service with customized programs and access to the Museum’s arts activities for this community. 6. In our Yard School of Art, 2,554 students of all ages took one or more of 239 classes and 56 workshops. The Yard School’s Ceramics Studio remains the only resource of its kind at a Museum in NJ, and our Digital Media Lab has proven to be highly successful at attracting new students. 7. MAM’s Free First Thursday Nights, an initiative during which MAM offers late hours from 5-9 p.m. the first Thursday of the month from October-June, with free admission, dynamic programming, live music, tours, and a full service bar, saw 5,360 visitors over eight nights in FY 16, with an average attendance of 670, the highest ever.

The first Annual Gaelen Family Artist Lecture launched in spring 2016 with Preston Singletary. 8. This is a pivotal moment for MAM’s Native American collection as interest in the collection is higher than ever. The third of several phases of re-installations of our Rand Gallery of Native American Art Undaunted Spirit: Native American Art opened in spring 2016. Also that spring,

we launched the first annual Gaelen Family Artist Lecture featuring artist Preston Singletary. Additionally, we are about to embark on a donor-funded threeyear project to complete an inventory and cataloguing of the Native American collection that will result in full records finally being added to the collection database and the Museum’s website, resulting in improved collection visibility, scholarship and understanding. 9. Over 438 guided tours took place this year serving 12,462 students and adults, with over 20% of school tours reaching underserved communities. 10. MAM is proud to be a familyfriendly institution. Park Bench, Free Family Days, Homeschool Days, Family Art Adventure, and SummerART are just a few of MAM’s programs that continue to provide excellent art opportunities to the youngest members of our community.

The Yard School of Art was voted #1 in the 2016 Discover Jersey Arts People’s Choice Awards for both Favorite Adult Art Class and Favorite Art Camp—for a second year in a row! 11. The Scholastics Art Awards attracted 4,000 submissions, triple the 1,500 submissions MAM received when we began this national partnership in 2009. In FY 16, more than 219 middle and high school students received NJ Regional Gold Key Awards and 348 received Silver Key Awards. 12. MAM was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by “TripAdvisor” in 2016. MAM was also recognized as the #1 Top Museum Worth Traveling For in New Jersey by “FlipKey,” a “TripAdvisor” Company. 13. The Yard School of Art was voted #1 in the 2016 Discover Jersey Arts People’s Choice Awards for both Favorite Adult Art Class and Favorite Art Camp—for a second year in a row!

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EXHIBITIONS

Robert Barry: Diptych, Window-Wallpiece for the Montclair Art Museum September 22, 2013–January 3, 2016 Illustrations and Literary Themes in American Art: Works from the Collection July 1–October 18, 2015 Eric Carle: Animals and Friends September 13, 2015–January 3, 2016 Eric Carle: Animals and Friends was organized in conjunction with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts. Generous support at the Montclair Art Museum provided by Bob and Bobbie Constable, Tracy Higgins and James Leitner, Rosemary and Al Iversen, and Margo and Frank Walter. Additional support was provided by the exhibition Leadership Committee: Leslie Larson and Donald Katz, the Linda Sue Pfarrer Nortillo Charitable Foundation, Ivonne and Jon Ruggles, and the supporters of the Eric Carle Fund-a-Need. Special thanks to the Scholastic Reading Club and Penguin Young Readers.

Work and Leisure in American Art: Selected Works from the Collection September 13, 2015–November 6, 2016 Work and Leisure in American Art was made possible with generous support from Tracy Higgins and James Leitner, Adrian A. Shelby and Edward Bindel, and Margo and Frank Walter.

Peggy Ahwesh: Warm Objects September 13, 2015–January 31, 2016

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American Visions: 1870–1940, Works from the Bank of America Collection February 7–June 19, 2016 American Visions: 1870-1940, Works from the Bank of America Collection was provided by the Bank of America Art in our Communities program. This exhibition is made possible at the Montclair Art Museum with generous support from Thomas and Karen Buckley, Bob and Bobbie Constable, Tracy Higgins and James Leitner, Adrian A. Shelby and Edward Bindel, and Margo and Frank Walter.

New Directions: Noah Klersfeld February 7–May 22, 2016 Undaunted Spirit: Native American Art On long-term view starting April 7, 2016 Undaunted Spirit was funded by Audrey and Norbert Gaelen. Additional generous support provided by Paula Del Nunzio and Paul Balser, Holly English and Fred Smagorinsky, Tracy Higgins and James Leitner, Karen G. Mandelbaum, Carole and Malcolm Schwartz, and Margo and Frank Walter.

New Directions/Dannielle Tegeder: Infrastructure June 5, 2016–June 2017 Dannielle Tegeder: Infrastructure was made possible with generous support from The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, Tracy Higgins and James Leitner, Karen G. Mandelbaum, Ivonne and Jon Ruggles, Ann and Mel Schaffer, and Margo and Frank Walter.

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SELECTED PRESS The Montclair Art Museum received extensive press attention in FY16, including prominent coverage for its exhibitions, programming for all ages, and its Yard School of Art.

“THE MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM IS AS SOPHISTICATED AND AMBITIOUS AS MUSEUMS ACROSS THE HUDSON” – NJ Monthly

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SOCIAL MEDIA

1,688 posts

37,848 interactions

3,809,411 impressions

TOTAL FANS INCREASED 41.6% Facebook: 8,482 Twitter: 5,071 Instagram: 1,899 The Museum launched Snapchat as part of a national campaign led by the Association of Art Museum Directors on Art Museum Day, May 18, 2016.

SOCIAL MEDIA BUZZ @HeatherStivison @BillNigh @rudebuddha You are a treasure, Montclair Art Museum.

First fell in love with Inness @ MAMmontclair with their outstanding collection

Love, love, loved Montclair Art Museum’s Eric Carle exhibit! So fun and inspring. Don’t miss it!

Came to see “American Visions” yesterday, what great exhibit!

Surrounded by colors and tons of creativity and inspiration @ Flower and Bloom luncheonMontclair Art Museum

Cohristina McCabe @_camccabe

@ArtbyVictoriaH

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GIFTS AND PURCHASES

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Gifts

George Inness (1825-1894) Out of My Studio Door, Montclair, c. 1878–79 Oil on canvas 14 x 12 in. Museum purchase, Centennial Fund 2015.10

Jackson Lee Nesbitt (1913-2008) Auction Barn, 1989 Lithograph Ed. 15/250 12 ½ x 17 in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.3

Will Barnet (1911-2012) Gramercy Park, 2012 5-color photolithograph Ed. 17/200 Sheet: 18 ½ x 15 7/8 in. Image: 12 ½ x 10 1/8 in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.1

Ann Nooney (1900-1970) Winter Sun, c. 1939 Lithograph 14 ¼ x 11 in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.4

Mark Freeman (1908-2003) George Washington Bridge, 1931 Mixed media on paper Object: 12 7/16 x 9 ¾ in. Mount: 15 x 11 ¼ in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.2

Joan Snyder (b. 1940) Oasis, 2006 Digital and silkscreen print Ed. 84/200 18 1/8 x 19 7/8 in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.5

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Purchases

Shan Goshorn (b. 1957) Eastern band of Cherokee Educational Genocide; the Legacy of the Carlisle Indian Boarding School, 2011 Arches watercolor paper splints first printed with archival inks, acrylic paint 12 x 20 x 12 in. Museum purchase; Acquisition Fund 2015.12 Nick Cave (b. 1959) Soundsuit, 2015 Mixed media including beaded and sequined garments, fabric, hair, and found objects 112 1/8 x 49 x 50 in. Museum purchase; Acquisition Fund 2015.13

Albert Sterner (1863-1946) Harold in Munich, 1898 Mixed media on paper 18 x 16 in. Gift of Julian and Elaine Hyman 2015.11.6

Kara Walker, Virginia’s Lynch Mob, 1998. © Kara Walker. 14

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Nick Cave, Soundsuit, 2015. © Nick Cave. Photo by James Prinz Photography. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Adolf Konrad (1915-2004) Déjeuner à Asbury, 1984 Acrylic on canvas board 5 x 5 in. Gift of Robert Koenig 2015.14 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Belmont Races, 1956 Gelatin silver print 14 x 11 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.1 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Times Square (A Face in the Crowd), 1956 Gelatin silver print 20 x 16 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.2 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Untitled (Hamburgers), 1958 Gelatin silver print 13 ¾ x 10 7/8 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.3 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) New Orleans, Louisiana, 1952 Gelatin silver print mounted on board 13 ½ x 8 7/8 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.4

Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Central Park West and 96th Street, 1956 Gelatin silver print 20 x 16 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.5 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Untitled (Morning on the Beach) Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1955 Gelatin silver print 9 x 13 ½ in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.6 Frank Paulin (b. 1926) Our Dream, Queens, New York City, 1979 Gelatin silver print 20 x 16 in. Gift of Bruce Silverstein 2016.1.7

Sheila Hicks, Vivace, Vivace, 2014. © Sheila Hicks.

James Daugherty (1889-1974) Ladies at the Beach, 1917 Pastel on paper 19 ¼ x 14 in. Gift of The Friends of James Daugherty Foundation 2016.2.1

James Daugherty (1889-1974) Two Women at the Beach, c. 1916-17 Pastel on paper 21 x 14 in. Gift of The Friends of James Daugherty Foundation 2016.2.2 Fred Bendheim (b. 1956) Mohave, 2014 Acrylic on shaped PVC board 48 x 36 in. Gift of the artist 2016.3 Hank Willis Thomas (b. 1976) Ernest and Ruth, 2015 Various steel plate and pipe Edition of 25, with 5 artist proofs 86 x 96 x 24 in. Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund 2016.4 Preston Singletary (b. 1963) Northwest Coast, Tlingit Indian Curio Shelf, 2014 Blown and sand carved glass basket set with custom steel shelf 15 x 56 x 15 in. Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund 2016.5. 1/6 Kenneth Williams, Jr. (b. 1983) Great Plains, Northern Arapaho/Seneca Meeting the Modern World Around Us, 2016 Beaded bag 15 x 7 in. Museum purchase, Acquisition Fund 2016.6 Sheila Hicks (b. 1934) Vivace, Vivace, 2014 Pigments, acrylic fibers 100 x 66 x 15 in., variable Museum purchase, Centennial Fund 2016.7 Denice Bizot (b. 1958) Urban Flora, 2014 1960s Chevrolet truck hood cut with plasma torch 48.5 x 70 x 5 in. Anonymous Gift 2016.8 Kara Walker (b. 1969) Virginia’s Lynch Mob, 1998 Cut paper and adhesive wall installation Installation dimensions variable; approx. 112 x 444 in. Museum purchase; Centennial Fund 2016.9 A N N UA L R E P O RT 2 0 1 6

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SPECIAL EVENTS On Saturday, September 10, 2015, a steady crowd of over 1,000 friends and families enjoyed the MAM Lawn Party—a daylong celebration, free and open to the public, highlighting the opening of the exhibition Eric Carle: Animals and Friends with a Parents Who Rock 10th Anniversary Benefit Concert for MAM. Guests enjoyed performances by over 20 local bands and a special performance by Warren Zanes outside on the lawn. Family programming included numerous art activities, a children’s art contest

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sponsored by TD Bank, the MAM Art Truck, interactive gallery experiences in The Reading Nook and The Family Learning Lab, an instrument “petting zoo” presented by School of Rock / Montclair, face painting and family yoga. The Museum garnered more than 50 partnerships with local businesses and organizations in support of the MAM Lawn Party and guests made donations to support MAM’s art education programs designed for special needs audiences.

the Board Frank J. Walter III, to raise funds for the visionary future for educational growth at MAM; and a keynote speech by State District Superintendent of the Newark Public School Christopher Cerf. On Sunday, October 11, 2015, MAM celebrated Amanti Vino’s 10th Anniversary Birthday with an afternoon of fun for the whole family! Adults were treated to the release of Amanti Vino’s first ever private label wines, Cuveé Rufus and enjoyed exclusive access to the Wine

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Label Design Contest Exhibition. MAM partnered with Amanti Vino on the Cuveé Rufus Wine Label Design Contest and received 100 submissions from across the country, which were on view at MAM through the month of October. Children participated in workshops led by artist Dan Fenelon and Taro’s Origami Studio, and danced to live music by KIWI—the tri-state area’s premier root-reggae music band. Local restaurants Ani Ramen, Mish Mish, and Villalobos offered tasty nibbles and a custom Rufus Birthday Cake was on view from Kimmy’s Kakes.

1. MAM Lawn Party: Warren Zanes performance; photo by Richard Titus 2. Celebration of MAM’s Future: A Landmark Event: Carol Wall, Lora S. Urbanelli, and Terry Wall; photo by Andy Foster 3. Midnight in the Garden: Stephen Wall and Lina Sanchez; photo by Dan Epstein 4. Flower Ball: MAM: The Flowering Event Co-Chairs Betty Murphy and Deborah Hirsch; photo by Dan Epstein 5. Celebration of MAM’s Future: A Landmark Event: Frazeal Harris with family 6. Flower Ball: Nadine Sierra, Soprano provided by The Richard Tucker Music Foundation; photo by Dan Epstein 7. Fashion, Flowers & Flirtation: Luncheon Co-Chairs Sandra Clark and Ann Schaffer with Guest Speakers Melissa Garcia and Charcy Evers; photo by Andy Foster 16

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On Thursday, April 28, 2016, MAM launched the 1st Annual Gaelen Family Artist Lecture. With the generous support of Audrey and Norbert Gaelen, this was the inaugural lecture of a distinguished new program that brings important artists of our time to MAM for an evening presentation and discussion of their work. We were delighted to launch with the artist Preston Singletary who shared a deeper look at his creative process that spans 30 years of exploring the

3 European glass blowing tradition and Northwest Native art. Prior to the public lecture MAM hosted a private dinner with the artist and donors in the galleries to mark the launch of this new program. Art in Bloom, a signature celebration of the Montclair Art Museum, is a biennial festival of floral design that experienced a triumphant return to MAM! The 2016 rendition, titled MAM: The Flowering presented more than 30 floral interpretations of works of art in MAM’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. The floral design exhibition was on view May 11–15, 2016 and was accompanied by special events: a luncheon and lecture Fashion, Flowers & Flirtation on May 12, Co-Chaired by Sandra Carter and Ann Schaffer; gala Flower Ball on May 14, Chaired by Meredith

Bergmann; and after party Midnight in the Garden on May 14, Co-Chaired by Cleo Davis-Urman and Vanessa Yurkevich. MAM: The Flowering special events were Chaired by Deborah Hirsch and Betty Murphy and the floral design exhibition was Chaired by Cynthia Corhan-Aitken. The festival celebrated Gretchen Prater, artist, patron, and mentor; and Bank of America, philanthropic corporate leader in arts and culture and the tremendous success of the

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events raised significant funding to benefit the Museum’s exhibitions and education programs. The BBQ, Bourbon & Biergarten returned to MAM on Saturday, July 9, 2016 in partnership with the Montclair Food & Wine Festival and welcomed nearly 600 guests! This year the outdoor tasting event featured more than 30 local top chefs, live music provided by The Wellmont Theater, a lively BBQ competition, raffle and silent auction prizes, book signing by John Holl for his new book Dishing up New Jersey, and of course the bourbon and beer tasking experience curated by Amanti Vino. The evening was perfectly emceed by special guest Anne “Annie” Marie Leamy from WPLJ’s morning show with Todd & Jayde.

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CONTRIBUTIONS INDIVIDUAL GIFTS $100,000 and above Susan V. Bershad Charitable Fund Marylyn Modny Gregory and Edward Gregory Jacqueline J. McMullen Carol and Terry Wall/The Vance Wall Foundation Margo and Frank J. Walter $50,000 to $99,999 Lisa and Joseph Amato Rose L. Cali Patti and Jimmy Elliott Audrey and Norbert Gaelen Tracy E. Higgins and James Leitner Bobbi and Steven Plofker $20,000 to $49,999 Linny and Rick Andlinger Michael A. Backer, Esq. Bob and Bobbie Constable Wendy and Andrew Lacey Karen G. Mandelbaum Gretchen and Sanford Prater Lyn and Glenn Reiter Ann and Mel Schaffer Toni LeQuire-Schott and Newton B. Schott, Jr. Judith and William Turner Denise and Ira Wagner Joan and Donald Zief

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$10,000 to $19,999 Nicole Bearce, Esq. Susan Brady Abadan and Mustafa Abadan Holly Hunter Christovao and Joseph Christovao Sylvia J. Cohn Cynthia Corhan-Aitken and Murray Aitken Lisa J. D’Alessandro Molli and John Dowd Jeanine Downie, MD and Michael Heningburg, Jr. Holly English and Fred Smagorinsky The Angela and Michael Frasco Charitable Fund Lynn and Stephen Glasser Meghan and Stephen Hess Deborah and Peter Hirsch Anla and Mark Kingdon Betty Jagoda Murphy and Greg Murphy James E. Johnson and Nancy Northup Ivonne and Jon Ruggles Lynn and Sengal Selassie Adrian A. Shelby and Edward Bindel Sharon and Robert Taylor Robert L. Tortoriello Lina Sanchez and Stephen Wall Lisa and Bill Westheimer Judy and Josh Weston $5,000 to $9,999 Paula Del Nunzio and Paul Balser David Bershad and Mindy Cohen Karen and Thomas Buckley Charlene and Terrance Connolly Colleen and Philip Hempleman Rosemary and Al Iversen Ann and Thomas Johnson Samuel Joseph and Dan Arrighi Laura and Ted Kiesewetter Joanne and Fred Langbein Evelyn McGee Colbert and Stephen Colbert Alice and Ben Reiter Cheryl and Marc Slutzky Terry and Jim Stamatis Mary and Dana Streep Claire Walls and Banks Tarver

$2,500 to $4,999 Peter Arnold and Timothy Braun O. Bonni Babson Shirley S. Bacot Shamel and Charles Shamel Carolyn and Richard Barry Marshall and Meredith Bergmann Terri Breen Eileen and Robert C. Butler Betty Ann and Jack Cannell Catherine and Nicholas Carlozzi Christina Cotton and Brian Clarkson Susan A. Cole, Ph.D. Susann and James Connors Dorothea and Peter Frank Virginia and William Guy Frazeal L. Harris Norman James and Christine James Joyce Michaelson Marisabel and Jerome Raymond Heidi and Richard Rieger Joe and Julia Savage Carole and Malcolm Schwartz Denise and Paul Silverman Douglas W. Turnbull Darin Wacs and John Restrick Marcia Zweig $1,000 to $2,499 Anonymous Lesley and Melih Abdulhayoglu Christine Adams Beckett Adunni and Herman Anderson Sallie Arning Joan and Ken Barrett Angela Beekers-Uberoi and Hank Uberoi Andree and Copeland Bertsche Brenda and Hartley Bingham Jody and Erick Bronner Sandra and James C. Carter Donna and Marco Carvalho Susan E. Cole Gail Connolly Siobhan and Michael Creem Mary and Michael Dana Deborah Davis and Mark Urman Joanne Belcastro and Roger Dolden Maxine and Warren Finkelstein, MD Leslie and John Ford Michael Frasco Karen and Henry Furst Helen M. Geyer

Michelle Glasser Soam Goel and Tessie Thomas Edward D. Gold, D.D.S. Fannie and Timothy Gray Ivan Held and Patricia Falvo Held Alice and Steven Hirsh Jennifer and Barratt Jaruzelski Leslie Larson and Donald Katz Kathleen and Armen Khachaturian Ilene and David Klein Joyce Pokoy-Kurtulus and Osman Kurtulus Anne and Henry Liedtka Lori and Jeremy Lowell Maria Lupo Kristin and Keith Mackay Kathleen and Sylvester McClearn John C. Meditz Lauren and Robert Meyer Frances Clagett Mills Frances and Jim Mills Hilary and John Reimnitz Richard W. Reiss Jacklyn and Sean Rider Sheila and Benjamin Safirstein, MD Randy and Larry Sheer Rita Singer Hannah Richman and Jason Slosberg, MD Julie Song and Nick Krenteras Gail Stavitsky and Richard Sheinaus Linda and Brian Sterling Lois and David Stith Jane and Harvey Susswein Judy and Ronald Targan Elli Trimarche $500 to &999 Arlene Adler-Kleiman Aubin Z. Ames Judy Banks Timothy and Mary Barrett Janice and John Benton Deborah and Steve Bernstein Jeanne and Richard Besser Bruce and Lynn Bird Nancy and Alan Brenner Amy Rosen and Tim Carden Bonnie and Michael Carter Susan and Don Clark Sondra Clark Kathleen and Alberto Comini Joan and James Crowther

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Cleo Davis-Urman Teddi and Scott Dolph Marilyn and Michael Dore Devon and David Eagle Sara-Ann and Howard Erichson Emer Featherstone Richard N. Foster Rodney and Virginia Frelinghuysen Betsy Lembeck-Garber and Donald Garber Melissa Garcia Mary S. Hamilton Susan and Arthur Hatzopoulos Royalynne and William Hourihan Lorraine and Joseph Hughes Charles Kantor Jetsun Kazi Brian S. Koll and David Altarac Julianne Hunt and David Korfhage Deborah and Conrad Kozak Doug Lawrence Frances Liscio and Joel Lerner Mercedes Cuervo and Terry Lowe Deb and Jay Mason Michael P. Mazza Mary Anne Miller Thomas C. Nye Janet and Richard Oscar Birgitte and Jon Pearce Shelley and Keith Phillips Claudia and Daniel Placentra Jennifer Hanawald and Warren Rabin Lori Resnick and Joshua Aaronson Marjorie Rich Lucille and Gus Scerbo Betty and Larry Schiffenhaus Kim and Richard Seltzer Carole Shaffer-Koros and Robert Koros Poonam Shah and Adam McCoy Rhonda and Bob Silver Sarah and Bruce Stransky Amy Taylor and Nelson Rockefeller Marienne and Craig Treadway Sharon Burton Turner and Lincoln Turner Lora S. Urbanelli and William H. Rae Mary Ann Villari Elizabeth Vinci Sisti Mary and John Wood Marina Yaouanc Rita and Alan Yohalem

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$250 to $499 Dorothy Allcorn and S. Robert Allcorn Nancy and Richard Appert Laurenn and Earl Barker Alison and Doug Bauer Selena Schneider and Luca Bonardi Jennifer and Richard Brown Marion L. Buchner Steven Budd and Birgitta Nyberg Susan and Thomas Butler Margaret Campbell-Harris Jerilyn and Gabriel Caprio Amanda Ansorge and Gregor Clark Shirley M. Cobert Ellen Duke Colton Joanna Conrad Elaine P. Conti Kara Rabbitt and Peter Davey Victor L. Davson and Cicely Cottingham Louise and Ernest De Salvo Karen DeLuca Beverly and Joseph Dempsey Corinne F. Driver Susan C. Dumont and Gordon Dinsmore Judy and Steven Elbaum Zella and Sanford Felzenberg Carolyn and Joseph Fleischer Erin and Sean Flynn Nancy B. Foster Linda Frasco Heisler Edward Garrett Wilma and Arthur Gelfand Nancy and Robert Gerber Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin Kenneth D. Gibson Judith and Charles Gittleman Patricia Gleason Alyce D. Gottesman and Eric L. Schwimmer Patricia and Peter Green Aileen and Marc Grossberg Joyce Harp Marilyn Hatzenbuhler Joan and William Hearst Liza and Keith Helwig Mary and Thomas Heyman Amy Horowitz and Eugene Stern Lisa and Joe Imberman Cynthia Green and Joshua Jablons Carol and George Jacobstein Gail Jaffe and Sanford Feld Ben Jones Mary Lee and David R. Jones Susan and Rees L. Jones

Jane Newman Kessler and Andrew Kessler Stacy and Michael Kilkenny Jacklyn and Roger Kling Margaret Malloy and Wolf Knapp B. Jane Konzelmann George Kreoll and Naomi Hochman Betty H. Lamborn Janet S. Lee Maura Lockhart and James Lukenda Marianna Marchese Jane Marcus and Johnson Tyler Diane Marisca Josephine and Frank Martone Andrea and Chris McDonagh Toni B. and Martin McKerrow Tracy McVeigh and Andrew Melitz Patricia Melloy Barbara and Robert Meyer Deborah Walker Michelsen Ann-Marie Nazzaro and William Milczarski Catherine Miller Cynthia J. Miller Julia Currie and David Miller Jeannette and Philip Miller Sally Minard and Norton Garfinkle Ruxandra Bolintineanu Mircea and Cornel Mircea Margaret and Greg Murphy Rita K. Nadler Pam and Brendan Nedzi Philip D. Neuer and Sari Krantz Dana and Chris Nicholas Jennifer Odell and Robert Nossa Maureen and Joseph Noto Jeannette E. Penick and Jeannette M. Young Constance and Robert Perdue Judy Polonofsky Bobbie and Richard E. Polton Thelma and Herb Portnoff Sybil Eng and Tad Roselund Jonathan and Ellen Sander Carrie and Joe Schwartz Patricia and Charles Selden Sharon and Christopher Sevrens Surya Shah and Sanjiv Nathwani Nancy and James Shepard Beth and Bruce Silver Denise and Paul Silverman Kristin Wald and Peter Simon Judy Skillman Joanne and Kevin Smith Marianne and Roy Smith Patrice and Roy Sommerhalter Susan Sonneborn and Thomas Blim

Charlotte Stanske June Raegner and Richard Stanton Claire A. Stepleton Susan and Roland Straten Jane and Harvey Susswein Cy and Bill Treene Jessica and Quincy Troupe Sheryl Hilliard Tucker and Roger Tucker Karen and Christopher Turner Francoise Varkala Gail and Roger Vellekamp Anne and Peter Von Hoffmann Carolyn and William Vreeland Terri and Alan Walter Jutta R. Walter Lily Walter Karen and Lawrence Whitehaus Judith A. and Stephen H. Wolf Brigitte and Hal Wolkoff Yen Yu

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INSTITUTIONAL GIVING $100,000 and above Gregory Packaging, Inc. McMullen Family Foundation New Jersey State Council on the Arts Carol and Terry Wall/The Vance Wall Foundation $50,000 to $99,999 Bank of America Falcon Foundation, Inc. The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Hawthorne Charitable Foundation $20,000 to $49,999 The Abington Foundation Prudential Financial The Prudential Foundation TD Bank $10,000 to $19,999 The Hyde and Watson Foundation Iversen Education Endowment in Honor of Jerome Shelby Neuberger Berman LLC Pfizer Inc. The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Wells Fargo Bank $5,000 to $9,999 The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Turrell Fund Wells Fargo Foundation Whitehill Foundation $2,500 to $4,999 Amanti Vino Fidelity Investments New Jersey Beer Company Nisivoccia & Company LLP PNC Wealth Management TD Bank Community Relations William H. Connolly & Co.

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$1,000 to $2,499 Atlantic Health System Bloomingdale’s Cartier Father’s Day/Mother’s Day Council, Inc. John M. Reimnitz Architect P.C. Laurence Craig Catering & Event Management Neiman Marcus The Philip W. Riskin Charitable Foundation Pless & Habeeb, LLP Restaurant Village at Long Valley The Silver Family Foundation Tourbillon Boutique $500 to $999 Budd Larner D*FIT Dover Contracting Company, Inc Hughes Environmental Engineering, Inc. Network for Good Nigro Family Foundation Trust Partners for Health Sanford Insurance Group, LLC Slate Roof Professions $250 to $499 Angelbeck’s Fine Wines Apple Village Atlas Desk Bellevue Avenue Dental Associates Church Street Catering Dirt & Noise D’MONI Elements Massage c/o Dragoncare Holdings Encore Catering Jackson for Mayor Java Love Coffee Roasting Co. John J. Giblin Association Makeready Press Gallery Montclair Physical Therapy Associates, P.A. Oritani Bank Oscar and Associates Portraits by Michael Stahl Richard Tucker Music Foundation Richfield Farms and Garden Center The Bar Method The Gelfand Family Foundation Whole Foods Market

THE CONSTABLE SOCIETY Anonymous Lisa and Joseph Amato Linny and Rick Andlinger Bernard S. Berkowitz Robert and Eileen Butler Joan Carlisle Bob and Bobbie Constable Audrey and Norbert* Gaelen Helen M. Geyer Deborah and Peter Hirsch Doris and Irwin Honigfeld Julian B. Hyman, MD James Leitner and Tracy Higgins Graciela H. Linares, MD Karen and Clifford Lindholm II Lyn and Glenn Reiter Adrian A. Shelby Roy and Marianne Smith Judith and William Turner Margo and Frank Walter Judy and Josh Weston *deceased

TRIBUTE GIFTS In Memory Of Margery Ferguson Anonymous Danielle Alexander Barbara and John Doubman Edward D. Gold, D.D.S. Thomas and Lynda Henderson Mary Ann Hogan Lynn Kelley Barbara Loizeaux Anne McAlaine Ann McIlvain Dianne Navta Gwendolyn Rutter Landa Schmitt Deirdre Snyder Claudia and Bob Waldron In Honor of Lynn & Steve Glasser Susan Sorger Bari-Lynne Schwartz Judith Vernon and Edward Fleischman

In Honor of David and Ilene Klein Richard Marr In Memory of Margaret L. Scully Andrea and Chris McDonagh In Memory of Roseanne Okochi Kim and Jiro Okochi In Memory of Elisa Ortolani-Sisti Elizabeth Vinci Sisti In Memory of Nancy Pierce Birgitte and Jon Pearce In Honor of Gretchen Prater Susan Craw Alice and D. Gordon Gibson In Honor of Lyn Reiter Nancy and Alan Brenner In Memory of Edward Beckhorn Evelyn Queen-Baron In Honor of Elah Shah Surya Shah and Sanjiv Nathwani In Honor of Michele Shea Talia Selove and Roger Manzo In Honor of Judy Skillman Ronni Schuman Brown Susan Horowitz In Memory of Carole Stanske Charlotte Stanske



In Honor of Carol and Terry Wall Ann-Marie Nazzaro and William Milczarski In Honor of Lisa Westheimer Ronni and Fred Pressman



In Memory of Alfonso Macorig Marina Yaouanc

In Honor of Katherine Hutson Julia Currie and David Miller

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MATCHING GIFTS Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Chubb & Son Inc. Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Goldman Sachs & Co. Matching Gifts Program The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program

GIFTS IN KIND {Verdigreen} 212 Salon & Day Spa 3 Sixty Cycling & Fitness Studio Susan Brady Abadan and Mustafa Abadan Advanced Dermatology Amanti Vino Linny and Rick Andlinger Arts Power B. Robinson Optical Bagatelle Interiors Ellen Bakalian, Ph.D. Baked Bouquet Basemeant WRX Angela Beekers-Uberoi and Hank Uberoi Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New Jersey Properties Bloomingdale’s, The Mall at Short Hills Bluemercury Bobbi Brown Cosmetics Bowtie Bellevue Cinemas Bradford Renaissance Portraits Linda Breler Calypso St. Barth Cha Ma Gu Dao Chez Renee Christie’s Holly and Joe Christovao Colacurcio Wellness Cupcakes by Carousel Cushnie Et Ochs, LLC De Novo European Pub DePasquale Salon Systems Designer Appliances Desi’s D’MONI Elements Massage Holly English and Fred Smagorinsky Charcy Evers and Kevin Saleeby Evolution Health & Fitness

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Faber-Castell Fancy Faces Facepainting Fascino Restaurant Featherstone Design Jewelry Studio Fitzgerald’s 1928 Michael Frasco Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Upper Montclair Frederic Goodman Fine Jewelers Fume Cigar Shop & Lounge Ramy Gafni and RAMY beauty therapy Alexa Garbarino and Thomas Riordan Lynn and Stephen Glasser Grounds for Sculpture Hair Designs/Nails For U Healthy Mama Linda Heisler Deborah and Peter Hirsch HL Group Hudson Street Organic Baby & Kids Boutique Imperial Nails Jafajems Jaipure Yoga Java Love Coffee Roasting Co. Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled - Wae Center Susan and Dan Johnson Just Kidding Around Kidville Montclair Deborah and Conrad Kozak Laboratorio Kitchen Lancome at Saks Fifth Avenue, The Mall at Short Hills Lane Bryant Joanne and Fred Langbein LAQA & CO Laurence Craig Catering Learning Express of Essex and Bergen Counties Nicole Linnett Frances Pelzman Liscio Little Kids Rock Little Shoebox Lululemon Athletica Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier Susan Marx Mary Marino Jewelry MishMish Cafe Moline-Kronberg Cleaners Montclair Culinary Academy Mr. Dino’s Pizzeria & Restaurant Betty and Greg Murphy Museum of the City of New York New Jersey Performing Arts Center New York Sports Clubs Montclair Nicholas Markets Foodtown

Oil & Vinegar New Jersey O’Maine Media Kitchen and Event Studio One Savvy Design Opera Theatre of Montclair Orange Squirrel O’Soleil A La Maison Osterio Giotto Over The Moon Petals & Greens Designs by Laura Hurley and MT O’Neill Phil Cantor Photography Piazza Della Sole Pinky Nails Platinum Fitness Joyce Pokoy-Kurtulus and Osman Kurtulus Portraits by Michael Stahl Gretchen and Sanford Prater R. Battle Construction Rabbit Rabbit Ravensburger USA, Inc. Red Eye Cafe Richard Tucker Music Foundation Claire Rosen Jacqueline Ruderman Ivonne and Jon Ruggles Scala del Nonna School of Rock Montclair Sedona Private Fitness SLBD Studio Cheryl and Marc Slutzky South Orange Performing Arts Center Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation Susan and Roland Straten Stuffed Burger Susanne N. Talbot’s The Plastic Surgery Group Tessie Thomas and Soam Goel TiaMarie Beading Studio Tiffany & Co. Tesie Torres and Jaime Piza Uncle Momo Valley Jewelers Verona Dental Arts Vital Wade Maxx Art & Framing Margo and Frank J. Walter Watchung Booksellers Yoga Mechanics Deborah Zafman and Bill Ross

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STAFF

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Benedetta Balsimelli Education Coordinator

Martha Kelshaw Manager of Public Programs

Lucia Burrafato Development Associate

Catherine Mastrangelo Marketing and Communications Manager

Alex Diaz Operations Associate

Glenn McCann Operations Associate

Mari D’Alessandro Manager of Retail and Rental Operations

Daniel Mueller Chief of Building Operations & Security

Oksana Ercolani Graphic Designer

Omar Nunez Operations Associate

Leah Fox Director, Vance Wall Art Education Center

Petra Pankow Director of Education

Kate Hutson Director of Yard School of Art

Michele Shea Assistant Director, Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations

Robert Jennings Operations Associate

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Kimberly Siino Curatorial Assistant

Joseph Garreffa Operations Associate

Mike Stabile Program Coordinator, Yard School of Art

Michael Gillespie Director of Marketing and Communications

Gail Stavitsky Chief Curator

Nanci Iovino Museum Educator

Flora Torres Housekeeper

Pamela Jardine Curator of Native American Art

Lora Urbanelli Director

Steve Jaskowak Ceramic Studio Manager

Osanna Urbay Associate Registrar

Peg Kenselaar Museum Educator

Melanie Vaughn Accounting Services Coordinator

George Mancini Guard

Susan Wall Director of Development

Julia McGee Senior Accountant

Christine Walia Assistant Director, Special Events

Romeles Mesidor Guard

Emily Nso Washington Assistant Director, Campaign & Development Operations

Jean Occean Guard

Part Time Sha-feek Barker Guard

Bruce Rainier Preparator Claudio Sabina Benowitz Museum Educator

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Ellen Sander Director’s Assistant Alexandra Schwartz Curator of Contemporary Art

Rita Bausch Volunteer and Intern Program Manager

Elizabeth Seaton Museum Educator

Shirley Carey Welcome Desk Receptionist

Cynthia Shevelew Business Operations Assistant Manager

Elana Castelli Membership & Annual Fund Manager

Gisela Simons Museum Store Associate

Jean-Marie Emilien Guard

Jean Thelusma Guard

Victoria Fetner Rental Associate

Alison Van Denend Curatorial Assistant

Barbara Fishman Assistant Store Manager

Amanda Wong Museum Store Associate

Angela Frasco Park Bench Coordinator

Robert Wood Receptionist

Michael Frasco Chief Financial Officer

Arthur Zarin Museum Store Associate

Harvey Freeman Guard

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Vicki Arlein John Atura Suzanne Baron Teri Bartolo Nicole Basalyga Janice Belove Carolyn Berry-Snogans Janet Boltax Stephanie Castellano Gwen Charles April Clark Dorothy Cochran

Donna Conklin King Lisa Conrad Anthony Cuneo Ellen Denuto Mike Ferrari Gary Godbee Joshua Green Deborah Guzmán Meyer Ashley Hanania Marion Held Monica Hill Carla Horowitz Nanci Iovino Miriam Jacobs Steve Jaskowak Peg Kenselaar Emily Kenselaar Catherine Kinkade Robert Kogge Danielle Kotopoulis Jennifer Kucher Csatlos Kristine Lombardi Gina LoPinto Cristina McNish Barbara Minch Ryan Moore Christina Petrilli Alex Piccirillo Sharon Pitts Bonnie Reed Elizabeth Seaton Lesley Schiftic Alisa Schneider Michael Scotti Liron Sissman Lena Shamoun Susan Sonneborn Earl Speid Michael Stabile William Sweeney Hillary Teichman Lisa Westheimer Aggie Wszolkowska Diane Zimbaldi

VOLUNTEERS 317 Museum Volunteers Diana Abraham, Suzanne Aiello, Lisa Amato, Adunni Anderson, Bruce Anderson, Shannon Anderson, Linder K. Andlinger, Chloe Arons, Alex Aronson, Jackie Artale, Louis Artale, Kaitlyn Aymar, Anna Baccaglini, Michael A. Backer, Esq., Sophie Bacon, Dan Bahnke, Denise Baime, Barbara Baletti, Jackson Barnes , Kathleen Bausch, Nicole Bearce, Esq., Nell Beck, Louiza Benhamou, Anna Bennett, Juanita Benton, Janet Berman, Susan V. Bershad, MD, Sarah Bjerklie, Kari Black, Adara Blaney, Madelyn Blaney, Aniya Boccia, Jane Boehlert, Debbie Bogstahl, Pat Bolger, Olivia Boss, Lonnie Brandon, Nikki Brandon, John Brangaccio, Thomasina Brayboy, Linda Breler, Vanessa Breschard, Ausuma Briedis, Jennifer Brown, Celia Buckley, Chloe Bugar, Kim Burns, Elika Burton, Rose Cali, Damien Campbell, Paula Cano, Julie Carl, Patricia Casaverde, Zelided Castillo, Chloe Caviness, Rosemarie Cetrulo, Sammy Chee, Jennifer Chiappone, Robert Chiappone, Hyewon Choi, Christopher Chow, Joanne Ciervo, Daria Clifford, Ruk Cohen, Sylvia Cohn, Susan A. Cole, PhD, Julia Colen, Marc Collins, Ethan Connell, Lena Contey, Eve Cooke, Cynthia Corhan-Aitken, Ingrid Correa, Emily Costagliola, Gioia Crawford, Maya Crawford, Wanda Croudy, Marina Curley, Mareena Daredia, Jocelyn Davidson, Deborah Davis, Mollie Dawson, Erica Debelak, Jamie Deberto, Shyam Desai, Grace Domine, Caitlin Donnelly, Eileen Dormer, Peter Dougherty, John M. Dowd, Stephen Dunmore, Melanie Egan, Joan Egyes, Addy Ehlis, Kathleen Emanuelli, Peter Emanuelli, Holly English, Merav Epstein, Amelia Evans, Tegwen Evans, Nick Fabian, Oscar Feliciano, Meghan Fletcher, Benji Frank, Ryan Fried, Hyacinth Furlong, Audrey Gaelen, Norbert Gaelen, Simone Galik, Michael Gallo, Jade Gardner, Barbara Gelb, James Gerhardt, Ashley Getchell, Lynn Glasser, Sarah Goldsteen, Karina Gomez, Genese Gonzalez, Lara Good, Swapnil Goplani, Emily Greenberg, Emma Greenberg, Vivi Greenspan, Edward P. Gregory, Morgan Gualtieri, Devin Gutierrez, Shunzyu Haigler, Dominque Harb, Alex Harner, Olivia Harner, Kaela Hasan, Joan Hearst, Diana Hecking, Helene Heller, Liza Helwig, Michael Heningburg, Jr., Megan Hepp, Stephen P. Hess, Shelby Hickey, Fiona Higgins, Ramona Hilgenkamp, Katherine Himics, Judy Hinds, Meridian HintonCooley, Betty Holloway, Jordan Horton, Brielle Hunter, Willa Hut, Brezaja Hutcheson, Kathy Imlay, Tina Janulis, William S. Jiggetts, Amayla Johnson, Bria Johnson, James E. Johnson, Ben Jones, Kristopher Jones, Anna Karapin-Springorum, Tara Kender, Michele Kendler, David Klein, Herbert C. Klein, Bobby Knoth, Mayumi Knudsen, Sasha Kolomatsky, Arnold Korotkin, Katherine Kosich, Joanne Krudys, Kimberly Kruse, Aly Kula, Joyce Kurtulus, Meliz Kurtulus, Andrew Lacey, Wendy Lacey, Kimberly Lang, Lyndsey Larmony, Jessica Lee, Jonathan Lee, James Leitner, Linda Leonard-Nevels, Shirley Lewis, May Li, Rebecca Low, Chelsea Lozano, Amanda Lyons, Ellen MacNamera, Marilyn Malcolm, Karen G. Mandelbaum, PhD, Jenna Martinez, Susan Marx, Teresa Matrisciano, William May, Felicia Mayo, Maura McGroarty, Kathryn McGuire, Gioya McRae, Kathy Meehan, Marcia Melendez, Oliver Menken, Angela Meola, Joyce Miltz, Karlie Miscia, Veronica Mitrano, Casey Molloy, Rosalind (Roz) Murphy, Anshul Nayar, Lydia Nayar, Julia Oakes,

Allison O’Donnell, Nicole Oleck, Jeffrey Osborne, Emma O’Shea, Gloria Page, Lia Pagnotta, Lydia Palumbo, Amanda Panicali, Christine Panza, Priya Parthasarathy, Bettina Peets, Jeff Pegno, Anne Petrarca, Brianna Phillips, Karen Pica, Janet Taylor Pickett, Christl Pilot, Alessandra PintadoUrbanc, Frank Planes, Jeanette Planes, Steven D. Plofker, Brad Polen, Thelma Portnoff, Tanya Poteat, Gretchen Prater, Caitlin Prinsell, Victoria Queyquep, Charles Quinones, Karen Radin, Lyn B. Reiter, Marjorie Rich, Don Rieck, Remi Riordan, Jennifer Rittner, Olivia Rivera, Deborah Rivers, Rebecca Roman, Tiel Roman-LaFargue, Miriam Rosenblum, Maggie Rothman, Anastasia Rubino, Kevin Ruddy, Jocelyn Russo, Macy Ryan, Marina Sajina, Charlene Salvito, Sophie Sander, Ann Schaffer, Elisabeth Schifrin, Halcyone Schiller, Saumaya Schneider, Emily Schnittman, Newton B. Schott, Jr., Julia Schuckman, Zach Schuman, Marley Schwartz, Diane Scotland, Sengal M.G. Selassie, Zoe Serrano, Nicole Sgobba, Adrian A. Shelby, Joanne Shershin, Rachael Shklyarov, Jonathan Simon, Rita Singer, Louisa Skerry, Corrine Slade, Cheryl Slutzky, Kamryn Smith, Himani Someschwar, Liga Stam, Linda Stark, Kristin Stazzone, Lori Sternthal, Michael Stevens, Olivia Strikowsky, Sharon C. Taylor, Shawn Templeton, Brooke Tomiello, Colleen Topping, Jacob Torris, Robert L. Tortoriello, Lynn Toye, Roger C. Tucker, Sharon Burton Turner, Diana Tyson, Aneekah Uddin, Asif Uddin, Violet Ullman, Noah Vasquez, Vincent Vitiello, Juliana Vogel, Skye Volmar, Esther Wagner, Ira A. Wagner, Carol Vance Wall, Ivan Wallingford, Frank J. Walter III, Charlie Ward, Annette Weis, Valerie Wilson Wesley, Jonah Wilson, Lois Wisniewski, Rita Yohalem, Madelyn Zachara, Louise Zappulla, Charlotte Zee, Joan Zief, Natalie Zimmer.

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