Support Craft in Philadelphia

CraftNOW relies on donations to support its mission of celebrating Philadelphia’s craft community and creating opportunities for the public to engage directly in the process of craft. With the University of the Arts serving as our fiscal sponsor, your donation is tax-deductible. Donations can be made online using the form below.

If you wish to donate by mail, please make checks payable to “University of the Arts” with “CraftNOW Philadelphia” on the check memo line and mail to: Brenton McCloskey, Advancement Office, University of the Arts, 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA  19102.

Click here to view the CraftNOW 2018 Annual Report

Thank you for your support!

CraftNOW 2018 Donors

$10,000 +
The Center for American Art of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Jane Davis
Patricia and Gordon Fowler
David Seltzer
Poor Richard’s Charitable Trust
The Virginia and Harvey Kimmel
Arts Education Fund

$5,000 – $9,999
Sherry and Brian Effron
Clara and Ben Hollander

$2,500 – $4,999
American Craft Council
Blick Art Supplies
Moderne Gallery
Rago Auction
Elissa Topol and Lee Osterman
The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

$1,000 – $2,499
Wendy and Morton Branzburg
Josephine Burri
The Center for Art in Wood
The Clay Studio
Suzanne and Norman Cohn
Christina and Craig Copeland
Arlan and Bruce Kardon
Christine Red and Michael Wax
Danielle Rice and Jeffrey Berger
Gabrielle and Thadeus Suzenski
Caroline Wischmann and David Rasner
The Zeldin Family Foundation

$500 -$999
Barbara Adams
Marta and Bob Adelson
Niza and Richard Davidson
Ddora Foundation
Tobey and Mark Dichter
Dovetail Wood Arts, LLC
William Gehrman and Chris Mullins
Lillian Hassman
Adrienne Hollander and Brian Smith
Beth and William Landman
Suzanne Perrault and David Rago
Marguerite V. Rodgers and James Timberlake
Karyn Scher
Nadine and Josh Slavitt
Ruth and Rick Snyderman
Lenore and Burton Stein
Harriet and Kenneth Wiseman

Up to $500
Robert Aibel
Tim Andreadis
Karen and Steve Arone
Carol Blank
Barbara Boroff
Lisette Bralow
Ira Brind Foundation
Jeanne Devine
Carol Dranoff
Helen Drutt
Ruthann and Jeffrey Dubb
Rosemarie Fabien and Tom Normile
Richard R. Goldberg
Maia Grauer and Jake Branzburg
Barbara J. Harberger
Nancy Hays
Meredith and Michael Hilferty
Linda Jacobs
Thora Jacobson
Suzanne and Jeff Kahn
Marianne and Mark Keating
Leonard Kreppel
Pamela P. Laws and Robert Whitelaw
Tina and Albert LeCoff
David Lewis
Locks Gallery
Ami Lonner
Sharon and Jim Matas
Regina Matozzo and Mark Shearman
Helen and Eugene Mayer
Thomas McCabe
Brenton McCloskey
Sara McCorriston
Kate Mellina and Dave Christopher
Frances Metzman
Jennifer Navva Milliken and Ron Gardi
Ljiljana Minwalla
Betsy and Julian Miraglia
Nancy O’Meara
Karen Orman and David Lewis
Andrew Pack
Jane Pepper
Laurie Phillips and Barry A. Milberg
Lawrence Reichlin
Marian Robinson
Claire and John Rodgers
Carol Saline
Merryll Saylan
Judith Schaechter
Linda and Louis Schwartz
Sally Sharkey
Julie Siglin
Arlene and Norman Silvers
Gerri Spilka
Marianne Tebbens
Susan Thompson and Don Miller
John Wind
Rachel Zimmerman
Jennifer Zwilling

2018 In-Kind Contributors

CraftNOW Philadelphia would like to express its appreciation to following individuals and entities for their significant in-kind contributions that made our 2018 programming possible.

American Mortals
Arden + James
Art in City Hall and Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy
Balboa Catering
Crane Arts
East Falls Glassworks
Edgewood Made
Maria Eife
Eyes Gallery
Forge and Finish
Furniture from the Barn
Brian Giniewski
Globe Dye Works
Ryan Greenheck
Hardena Wareong Surabaya
Diane Koppisch Hricko
Joy Stemper
JV Collective
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Madalynne Intimates
MaKen Studios
Moore Brothers Wine Company
Warren Muller
New Liberty Distillery
Old City District
Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show
Quaker City Mercantile
K Riley
Joshua R. Slavitt, Esq.
Joy Stemper
RJ Thornburg
Stacey Lee Webber
Wharton Esherick Museum
John Wind
Isaiah Zagar

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