Lives Through Art
11 3/4 X 8 3/4 in.
Quality in a university depends to a great extent upon the contributions it makes to the cultural enrichment of its students. The Diggs Gallery has been an important part of Winston-Salem State University's teaching and service mission since the gallery opened in 1990. Through its display of African and African-American art, the gallery contributes to the cultural life of WSSU students, citizens of the region and visitors to our community.
However, to continue to attract world-class exhibitions and to expand patronage, Diggs Gallery has begun a project to raise $600,000 to renovate the facility that houses its exhibit space, storage space for its collection, and offices. Complete the pledge form (click on the link below) and make your contribution today.
Upgrade the Facility
|Improve Space Use
The gallery is currently restricted to its current space allocation; however, the renovation will improve the effective and efficient use of the existing space.
The renovation will allow the gallery to further its commitment to attract world-class exhibitions, to create opportunities for teaching and research, and to serve as a valuable resource for the visual arts for students and the community.
SUPPORT THE RENOVATION
To support the renovation, please consider one of the following giving levels in making your contributions. Complete the pledge form and submit electronically or mail to the gallery at the address provided.
|Friends of the Gallery - up to $250|
|The T. Diggs Society-$250-$2499|
|The Director's Circle-$2500|
|The Biggers Society-$5000|
|The Builder's Circle-$11,000|
|The Founder's Circle - $25,000 and up|