Be Part of the Vision for the Future
Since 1998, Amy Lewis Hofland has been a leader in art and education at the Crow Museum. The Director’s Circle honors her vision for an art museum flourishing in cultural awareness and education. Donor-support is integral to this vision as we create the future Asian Art Museum of Dallas. As we move from a family collection into a museum in the public trust, the support of new donors will be vital to this journey filled with opportunity. All gifts made to the Director’s Circle directly support educational programs at the museum, a gesture reflecting our strong commitment to reach students and give them access to understanding Asia in an ever-changing world.
Become a Member of the Director’s Circle
Join the Director’s Circle today by becoming a member at the Bronze Circle, Ivory Circle, or the Imperial Circle level. Your annual membership in the Director’s Circle offers you and your family an insider’s experience through exclusive benefits, while providing critical support for the breadth and depth of our extraordinary educational programs. Members enjoy invitations to special events including the annual Director’s Luncheon, private dinners with artists and curators.
Please Note: Director’s Circle benefits are for two adults and children at the same residence, or for one adult and a guest.
BEGIN THE JOURNEY: JOIN THE DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE TODAY!
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Investment $2,500 ($2,455 tax deductible)
Peony Circle benefits, PLUS:
- Invitations to Executive Director events throughout the year
- Private tour for up to ten people with our curator or Executive Director
- Opportunity to rent the museum for private events
Investment $5,000 ($4,955 tax deductible)
Bronze Circle benefits, PLUS:
- Customized opportunities with the Executive Director
Investment $10,000 and up ($9,955 tax deductible)
Ivory Circle benefits, PLUS:
- Onsite recognition
The Crow Museum gratefully acknowledges the following members of the inaugural Directors’ Circle. Formed in January of 2017, the pioneering group of donors shares a vision for an Asian art museum for the City of Dallas, one that both honors the tremendous history of this collection and takes us to a future that is sustainable and essential in our educational landscape.
Amy and Scott Hofland Anchi H. Ku Anonymous (3) Atul and Ritika Vohra Betsy and Bert Rayle Capera Ryan, Christie's Auction House Catherine Stone Daniel Crow Deborah and Bill Colton Deedie Rose Denny Alberts and Cynthia Comparin Harl and Jimmy Asaff Helen Storey Iris Chang Itzel and Nathan Crow James and Kimberly Aston JeAnna Parker Jill and Rob VanGorden Jill Bee and Loren Glasser Jim Pritchard, Pritchard Associates Jorge Baldor Kathy and Harlan Crow Leonard Volk Linda Marcus Lindsay and George Billingsley Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb Lucy and Henry Billingsley Lucy and Tom Burns Lyda Hill Margaret Crow Marnie and Kern Wildenthal Mary and Dr. Charles Ku Mary Bloom Meg M. Fitzpatrick Michael Crow and Renie Randall Mona and Bill Graue Mrs. Eugene McDermott Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Nancy Dorrier Oglesby Greene Architects Pelham and Bliss Smith R. Byron Carlock Jr. Richard A. Freling Sara and Wade Crow Satish Gupta, Gupta Agarwal Foundation Sharon and Bruce Dewberry Shirley and Stuart Crow Stephanie and Albert Tan Sumner Billingsley Susan and Bill Underwood Tara Lewis and John Swords Trammell S. Crow Whitney and Rob Strauss