From burning a screen to pulling the prints, students will learn all the basics of screen printing.
6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
$200 for members
By including the Columbia Museum of Art in your bequest, gift annuity, and other estate plans, you are creating an investment of a lifetime impacting and ensuring high-quality art and arts experiences in our community for generations to come.
We are grateful for your interest in the museum’s Legacy Society. The society is comprised of individuals who believe in the positive and powerful impact of art and art education throughout our community and state while leaving a lasting legacy. Making a planned gift is easy and does not require you to donate money that you may need during your lifetime. If you would like to discuss a planned gift or have any questions about the best way for you to take advantage of the benefits, please contact Brenna Cawthorn-Keating, capital campaign manager, at 803-343-2206 or email@example.com. Through your estate or planned gift, you can say a very generous and tangible "yes" to creating a dynamic future of the Columbia Museum of Art.
“I was starved for art education when I moved to Columbia in 1992. I joined the museum and eventually became a docent. I have made a lot of friends and the education the museum has given me is unbelievable! What they’ve given me in pleasure and art education is more than I can possibly give them.”- Dorothy “Dot” Johnston, 1930-2015
|“Because we both love art and love this community, we have made a bequest to the museum to help it flourish and thrive long into the future. It’s a thank-you to Columbia and all the wonderful people here.” - Karen Brosius and Willson Powell|
|“We have enjoyed many events at the Columbia Museum of Art and hope that our future gift helps ensure that the next generation enjoys this world-class museum as well.”
- Brenda and Rick Wheeler
To name the museum as a beneficiary, please designate your gift as follows:
Legal Name: Columbia Museum of Art
Federal Tax ID # 57-6007869
Notifying the Museum of your intended gift will allow the Columbia Museum of Art to honor your wishes and help you ensure that your gift makes the biggest impact it possibly can. Kindly notify the museum of your intentions by completing the Declaration of Intent form and notifying:
Capital Campaign Manager
Columbia Museum of Art
P.O. Box 2068
Columbia, SC 29202
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