In 2021, we will open Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style which will offer our visitors an unprecedented opportunity to learn about Scotland’s most innovative modern architect and his contemporaries, among them many women artists, with vibrant displays of drawings, furniture, paintings, posters, stained glass, and textiles, plus immersive videos of Mackintosh’s buildings.


GIVING LEVELS AND BENEFITS:

$1,500: The Glasgow Roses
• Your name on the exhibition’s sponsor wall and in its gallery guide, in the Frist Art Museum Quarterly and 2020 Community Report, and on this webpage
• Invitations to VIP experiences (includes early access to the exhibition)

$750: The Tulips
• Your name in the Frist Art Museum Quarterly and 2020 Community Report, and on this webpage

$250: The Peacocks
• Your name in the 2020 Community Report and on this webpage

Member (up to $249)
• Your name on this webpage

We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of these donors in bringing Designing the New to the Frist Art Museum:

The Glasgow Roses ($1,500+)
Ann and Frank Bumstead
Devine Majors Foundation
Susan H. Edwards
Kevin Hickman
Mr. and Mrs. R. Milton Johnson
Carol and Howard Kirshner
Tom and Darlene Klaritch
Paul and Dana Latour
Delphine and Ken Roberts
Anne and Charles Roos, in memory of Margit D. Friedrich
Judy and Steve Turner
Jan van Eys and Judith Hodges

The Peacocks ($250+)
André L. Churchwell, MD, and Ms. Doreatha H. Churchwell
Lewis and Judy Lefkowitz
Pam Lewis
Richard and Anne Moore
Charles and Deborah Parrott

Members
John O. Colton
Crystal Churchwell Evans
Gayle and Perry Happell
Susan Shaull Hollyday
Nashville Motorcycle Repair
Hilton and Cindy Wickham

This list is current as of June 1, 2020.

For more information, contact Cherice Hereford at chereford@FristArtMuseum.org or 615.744.4919. 

Details subject to change without notice

Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh. The May Queen (detail), 1900. Made for the Ladies’ Luncheon Room, Ingram Street Tea Rooms, Glasgow. Gesso on burlap (hessian) over a wood frame, scrim, twine, glass beads, thread, and tin leaf, 62 1/2 x 179 7/8 in. overall. Glasgow Museums, Acquired by Glasgow Corporation, as part of the Ingram Street Tearooms, 1950. © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection. Courtesy American Federation of Arts

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