L’American Academy in Rome è un’istituzione privata che si sostiene con donazioni, sovvenzioni e quote di associazione versate da singoli a titolo personale, fondazioni, aziende e università ed organizzazioni artistiche e culturali di prestigio.
I contributi al fondo annuale forniscono un sostegno operativo e non vincolato di cruciale importanza per rendere possibile le attività presenti dell’Accademia e la sua stessa esistenza nel futuro. Queste donazioni sono integralmente deducibili dalle tasse e saranno formalmente riconosciute nel rapporto annuale dell’Accademia.
Donazioni in denaro
Gli assegni intestati all’American Academy in Rome possono essere inviati a:
American Academy in Rome
7 East 60 Street
New York, NY 10022
Donazioni in titoli
Chi desidera effettuare una donazione in titoli azionari è pregato di rivolgersi a:
Vice President for Finance and Administration, Chief Financial Officer
(212) 751-7200 extension 322
The Chris Celenza Library Fund
This fund supports the collection of books relating to any aspect of Early Modern and Renaissance studies for the Arthur & Janet C. Ross Library. The fund honors the 21st director of the American Academy, Christopher Celenza, whose leadership did so much to open the doors of the American Academy to the scholars and artists of Rome. Under Professor Celenza's direction, not only Renaissance studies but all the humanities were enriched by his generosity, his dedication to academic excellence, and the example of his own ground-breaking work on Renaissance philosophy. The books purchased with this gift will continue to enrich the Fellows of the AAR and the scholars of Rome.
The Deenie Yudell Fund in the Visual Arts
This fund has been established in memory of graphic designer and artist Deenie Yudell. Deenie was Design Manager for Publications at the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles from 1990 until her death in 2014, serving as principal creative director for several hundred books and catalogues, as well as programmatic and marketing ephemera, merchandise development and the Getty's branding and identity program. Under her art direction, Getty publications garnered over 150 design awards. Prior to her position at the Getty, she served as Head Designer at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; established and managed the design groups for the Mayor's Office of Communications, Boston City Hall and for Boston 200, the city's Bicentennial Commission; served as Head of Design and Production at the Boston Children's Museum; designed publications and environmental graphics for the Urban Design Department at the Boston Redevelopment Authority and for Cambridge Seven Associates, Cambridge, MA. Deenie received an MFA degree in Graphic Design from Yale University. She taught design at Boston University's School of Fine and Applied Arts and at Otis Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles.
From her earliest childhood to her last days Deenie radiated vitality, optimism, creativity and generosity. She flourished during her time as a Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome, and it was in this special place that her art and life expanded. Her friends and family have established the Deenie Yudell Fund to support visual arts residencies at the Academy so that others can share that experience.
L’Accademia propone ogni anno a Roma un ricco calendario di eventi aperti al pubblico, come concerti, conferenze, mostre e letture, capace di attirare una platea internazionale e l’interesse della stampa italiana e americana. Accanto a questa programmazione, l’Accademia organizza manifestazioni culturali anche negli Stati Uniti, che hanno luogo in diverse sedi.
Per informazioni, opportunità di sponsorizzazione e contributi si prega di contattare:
Jennifer Dudley Argueta
Associate Director of Development
(212) 751-7200, extension 350