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Departmental Funds

Department of Art Discretionary Fund 
Support for faculty, student, and program enrichment and development in the Department of Art.
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Department of Art Faculty and Staff Scholarship Fund 
Funds are used for scholarships for students enrolled in the department and majoring in any of the fine arts. Art faculty will choose the recipients.
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Department of Art Scholarship Fund 
To fund scholarships for students majoring in art.
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Hopkins Hall Equipment Fund for the Department of Art 
Fund to raise support for equipment needed in Hopkins Hall by students and faculty in the Department of Art in conjunction with the building renovation.
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Hopkins Hall Gallery Fund 
Used to support the mission and programs of the gallery.
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Jan Dilenschneider Lecture Fund 
Funds two lectures in honor of Jan Dilenschneider.
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Support the Art Woodshop Fund 
For woodshop supplies, services, materials, and equipment. Funds are not to be used for equipment maintenance and general upkeep.
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Area-specific Funds

Bornstein Sculpture Equipment Fund 
Used to purchase equipment for the sculpture area of the Department of Art.
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Bradesca Memorial Scholarship 

Provides scholarship support to students studying art and technology.
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Carlton Atherton Memorial Fund 
Funds are used to purchase books and equipment for the library in the ceramics area.
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Glass and Ceramics Fund 
To support specific projects in the glass and ceramics areas of the Department of Art.
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Glass Program Funds 

To fund projects and special needs of the glass faculty.
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Margaret and George Fetzer Ceramics Fund 
 
Used to support the ceramics library and collection in the Department of Art.
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Photography Fund 

To support the programs and equipment needs of the photography area in the Department of Art.
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The Sylvia Korn Rosen Ceramic Area Fund 
Fund is to be used for equipment, facilities updates, and books, and to sponsor a visiting lecturer annually, named “The Sylvia Korn Rosen Lecturer” to support excellence in ceramic arts.
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