ArtCenter 100

ArtCenter 100 enjoys an unparalleled legacy in providing support to the College.

Established in 1986 by trustee Alyce de Roulet Williamson, the group has raised in excess of $1.5 million in scholarships over the last 30 years. 100 percent of our members’ individual dues proudly go toward scholarships at the College, and have benefitted nearly 400 emerging artists and designers studying Advertising, Film, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography and Imaging, Graduate Art and Graduate Film

To enrich and expand their connection to ArtCenter and the contemporary art scene, members also meet on a semi-regular basis for programs led by professional artists, innovators and cultural icons. Recent activities have included trips to Carnegie Observatories, Annenberg Space for Photography, Gavlak contemporary art gallery and the Mullin Automotive Museum. Members also receive special invitations to ArtCenter gallery openings, lectures and private receptions; a subscription to the print edition of Dot magazine; and recognition in our online Honor Roll.

In order to be counted among the targeted membership of 100 individuals, donors make an annual gift of $1,000 or more to the ArtCenter 100 Scholarship Fund. If you do the math you’ll quickly understand what an incredible impact ArtCenter 100 makes year-after-year.

For more information, please contact Emily Hancock, president of ArtCenter 100.

ArtCenter 100 Executive Committee

  • Alyce Williamson, Founding Chair
  • Emily Hancock, President
  • Amy Lamb, Vice President
  • Mary Alexander, Membership
  • Ann Barrett, Entertainment
  • Janice Bea, Membership
  • Judy Brown, Recording Secretary
  • Marni Burns, Marketing
  • Hilary Crahan, Entertainment
  • Kay Linden, Treasurer
  • Louise Ritchie, Corresponding Secretary and Entertainment

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