Give to the School of Art
As a nationally-ranked program, the School of Art prepares undergraduate and graduate students to be innovators and change-makers in careers in the arts and beyond. The school serves 500 majors and more than 2,300 students across campus with coursework in 2D and 3D media, photography, video, and imaging, illustration, design, and animation, art history and art and visual culture education.
The School of Art welcomes the involvement and investment of friends and alumni. Your support allows the School to do more — to offer competitive scholarships; provide state-of-the-art studio space and classrooms; present innovative exhibitions by students, faculty and visiting artists; and provide an exceptional education for our students. All this is possible because of your support. Thank You!
– Colin Blakely, School of Art Director
Student Success: Areas of impact include scholarships, retention strategies, student symposiums, and support for student research, travel, and professional development activities that prepare students for careers post-graduation.
Excellence in Faculty: Areas of impact include endowed professorships to recruit and retain faculty, support for direct research costs and to enable faculty to take the time necessary to expand the body of knowledge in their area of expertise and address grand challenges.
Facilities Improvements: Areas of impact include upgrades to studio spaces and equipment, and the creation of a lecture hall to expand our capabilities. Naming opportunities are available.
Ways to Give: General Gifts
Fully tax-deductible general purpose gifts can be made to the School of Art Director’s Fund for Excellence
Send a check made out to The University of Arizona Foundation/Art Director’s FFE to:
The University of Arizona Foundation
P.O. Box 210109
Tucson, AZ 85721-0109
Gifts to the Fund for Excellence provide the Director the greatest flexibility to allocate resources to the highest need.Donate Here
For information about ways to give or School of Art fundraising priorities please contact:
Deputy Senior Director of Development, Arizona Arts