Lowe Art Museum
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A vital part of the University, the Lowe Art Museum is one of the region's most extraordinary cultural resources.
The Lowe Art Museum offers an array of exhibitions and educational programs, contributes to scholarly research, and preserves historically significant art and artifacts. Since opening in 1952 as the first free-standing art museum in South Florida, the Lowe, now administered by the College of Arts and Sciences, has vividly reflected the area’s rich cultural diversity and dramatic growth over six decades.
Through resources raised in Momentum2, the Lowe plans to enhance its service to the University and the community at large by expanding programming such as family days, named lectures by noted experts, and workshops for students and the general public. The museum's role as a center of education will be strengthened through the creation of an arts study center where students can work directly with art objects, and a new sculpture garden will provide a dramatic setting for outdoor events. Endowed funds are sought for the directorship of the museum to ensure continuity of outstanding leadership in this critical position. Among the Lowe's campaign goals are philanthropic donations for the acquisition of art that advances the museum's specific collecting needs; gifts of such works are also welcome.
For information about making a gift to the Lowe Art Museum, please contact Adriana Fundora-Verdeja, director of development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 284-4373.