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Exhibitions featuring well-known and emerging artists

Art classes both in person and online for people of all ages and abilities

Nature sculpture garden, fields, woods, ponds, formal gardens

Programming for children, families, adults, youth on autism spectrum and adults with memory loss

School visits on-site or online for thousands of children

Say Yes to Giving. Your donation will allow us to play an ever more important role in the community, continuing our mission of offering outstanding exhibitions, education programs and now expanded online and outdoor programming that bring the joy of art and culture to people of all ages and backgrounds.

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YES, last year the museum’s grounds, exhibitions and new online programs offered a lift to the whole community in a time of need. This year we welcomed record-breaking numbers of art lovers to the Warhol/Belle Epoque exhibitions. Every day, walkers and runners circle our drive and hike our trails. Students from across Long Island are learning on-site or virtually from our nationally recognized educators. Our message of culture in the community is reaching thousands more than ever before.

YES, the need for what we offer grew. We opened three new exhibitions, including the first show on Long Island entirely devoted to art by women. We expanded online activities and embarked on bold new initiatives, such as a majestic drive-through lantern festival, orchestral concerts and an auction that gave many new collectors their first taste of the pleasure of acquiring great art. We opened our gates ever wider for all to gain the benefits of a world-class cultural institution right here in our neighborhood.

YES, these initiatives are impossible without your generous support. Federal-aid programs helped keep us going, but are no longer available. That makes your gift so important to help us deliver exhibitions of substance, concerts, films, lectures, art classes for learners of all ages and abilities, family programs, school visits and activities for youth on autism spectrum and adults with memory loss. With your help we can do even more to inspire the next generation of Long Island’s art and nature lovers.

SAY YES to giving. Your generosity is vital to the Museum’s mission of bringing the joy of art and culture to people of all ages and backgrounds. We hope we can count on your support.

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The Nassau County Museum of Art and its exhibitions are supported by

The Board of Trustees

Members, including Museum Council

The County of Nassau Under County Executive Laura Curran and the Nassau County Legislature

Contemporary Collectors Circle

Corporate Committee

Exhibition and Event Sponsors

Friends of the Garden

Government and Foundation Grants

Corporate and Private Donors

Sources of Earned Income, such as admissions, facility rentals, and the Museum Store


Other generous contributions are provided by

Art Bridges

Bank of America

Claire Friedlander Family Foundation


Educational Programs at the Museum are made possible through the generosity of

Phyllis Backer Foundation Inc.

Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation

Ike, Molly & Steven Elias Foundation

The Ferriday Fund Charitable Trust

DuBose and Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund

Wells Fargo Foundation


Additional educational support is provided by

Autism Speaks

Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation

Margaret Neubart Foundation

North Shore Autism Circle


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