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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents
    Director's message
        Page 1
    New exhibitions
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Collections + acquisitions
        Page 5
    Adult programs
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    School + family programs
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
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    Member's gallery
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    Back Cover
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For Members and Friends of the Harn Museum of Art


Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art

University of Florida Cultural Plaza
Southwest 34th Street and Hull Road
Gainesville, Florida 32611-2700

Contact Information
phone: 352.392.9826
fax: 352.392.3892

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 112700
Gainesville, Florida 32611-2700

Museum Hours
Tuesday Friday,11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Saturday,10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Sunday,1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Museum Nights: Thursdays, open until
10:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and state holidays

Museum Store Hours
Open during museum hours

Free guided tours are offered
Saturday and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
No reservations are necessary.
Interested visitors should
meet at the information desk.

Guided group tours are also available to the
community and schools. Reservations are
requested for all groups and should be sched-
uled three weeks in advance. Call the Bishop
Study Center at 352.392.9826 ext. 149 for reser-

InForm Magazine: Vol. 2, No. 3. Published quarterly by
the Ham Museum of Art. Subscription is a benefit of
Ham Alliance membership. Please contact Rachel
Tench at 352.392.9826 for more information.

Director: Rebecca M. Nagy, Ph.D.
Managing Editor: Kimberly Rhoden
Associate Editor: Lauren Richardson, Esq.
Photography and Design: Tami Wroath

Cover image:
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Eldorado: Aristide Bruant
Brush and spatter lithograph
56 1/4 x 38 1/4 in.
Gift of William S. Kinkead
From Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre













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Pictured above
Thank you card sent from Glen Spnngs Elementary
teachers and students. Card cover artwork by
Jeffrey Hurtek (student).

As the Ham looks forward to the opening of the Mary Ann Ham Cofrin Pavilion
in October, we also anticipate the development of the surrounding landscape.
Intimate gardens and a grassy courtyard surrounded by palms and accented
With water lily pools will provide settings in the future for outdoor sculptures
Ranging in scale from small to monumental. Our commitment to creating an
outdoor sculpture park is signaled by the installation at the front of the Ham
Museum of major works by important American artists Jonathan Borofsky and
George Rickey. Borofsky's Hammering Man (1984), a towering silhouette of
corten steel, is in constant motion as his right arm moves up and down,
hammering. He represents all people around the world who work with their
hands and is one of a series of hammering giants by the artist. Other
Hammering Man sculptures are located in Los Angeles, Seattle, Basel and
Frankfurt. A gift from Martin Z. Marguihes of Miami, the sculpture is certain to
become a signature piece for the Ham Museum and UF's Cultural Plaza.

On long-term loan from the collection of Steve and Carol Shey of Gainesville is
George Rickey's elegant and graceful stainless steel kinetic sculpture Two
Lines Down Eighteen Feet (1972). Whereas Borofsky's figure is motorized,
Rickey's sculpture responds to wind and the pull of gravity with slow, rhythmic
and unpredictable movements. Abstract sculptures that move originated with
Dada and Constructivist artists in Europe and
the mobiles of Alexander Calder in our country. As you enjoy the kinetic sculptures
of Borofksy and Rickey outside the Museum this summer, you may look forward to .
seeing one of Calder's majestic mobiles, Pas vert du tout, a long-term loan from
Norman and Irma Braman of Miami, which will hang inside the Cofnn Pavilion
when it opens in October. As the Ham's modern and contemporary collections
grow. more marvelous sculptures by Amencan and international artists will grace
both the Cofrin Pavilion and the surrounding landscape.

Rebecca Martin Nagy, Ph D.
Director, Ham Museum of Art

Jonathan Borofsky
Hammering Afan 1984
Corten sleel
24 ft.
Gift of Marin Z Margulies Foundation

The Samuel P. Ham Museum of Art promotes the power of the arts to inspire and educate people and enrich their
lives. To this purpose the Museum builds and maintains exemplary art collections and produces a wide variety of
challenging, innovative exhibitions and stimulating educational programs. As an integral part of the University of
Florida, the Museum advances teaching and research, and serves as a catalyst for creative engagement between
the University and diverse local, state, national and international audiences.

Image credit:
top to bottom

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Moulin Rouge-La Goulue
rush and spatter lithograph
76 3/4 x 47 1/2 in.
Gift of William S. Kinkead

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Jane Avril
rush and spatter lithograph
49 3/4 x 36 1/2 in.
Gift of William S. Kinkead

Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre

August 9 October 30, 2005

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901) came into artistic maturity
as lithographic posters were transforming the whole of Paris into an
out-of-doors art exhibition. His innovations were at the center of the
1890s printmaking revolution, pushing aside pre-existing technical
boundaries and opening a new spectrum of subjects. Toulouse-
Lautrec's posters secured his reputation in the progressive art world
of late-nineteenth-century Paris with their appeal to a new mass
audience for visual art.

Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre and the accompanying
catalog showcase the Krannert Art Museum's substantial holdings of
lithographs, posters and drawings by the great French modernist.
Included are some of his best-known prints, including Moulin-
Rouge-La Goulue (1891), his first lithograph and poster. The
exhibition is organized along five themes representing key facets of
the artist's printmaking career: Early Work, Nightlife, Theatre and
Music, The Fine Art Print and Advertising.

Toulouse-Lautrec's willingness to incorporate a wide range of visual
influences from Japanese woodblock prints to Impressionist
painting, and his desire to document the social complexities of
Parisian night-life, allowed him to translate the vitality of Montmartre
into compositions characterized by strident colors, vigorous outlines
and bold silhouettes. The Montmartre circle of avant-garde artists,
writers and performers provided him with both rich subject matter
and advertising commissions.

To conceptualize the artist's innovations, the
exhibition also includes images by French artists
whose works either prefigure or parallel Toulouse-
Lautrec's concerns. The sharp social criticisms of
Honor Daumier, Jean-Louis Forain and Th6ophile
Steinlen, the daring designs of Jules Ch6ret, and the
elegant decorative emphasis of Pierre Bonnard's
posters are featured. Japanese prints such as those
studied by Toulouse-Lautrec are also exhibited to
highlight their influence on his work.

Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre is organized
by the Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, and sponsored locally by The C.
Frederick Thompson Foundation and The France-
Florida Research Institute at the University of Florida.

El Anotsui: GAWU IL A

August 16 October 16. 2005

From Ghana but living in Nigeria since 1975, El Anatsui is one of Africa's most compelling contemporary artists.
His work dwells on the continent's history, drawing simultaneously on traditional African idioms and contemporary
Western art. Anatsui's recent works use large quantities of discarded everyday objects to comment on
contemporary West African culture, history and society. "Gawu" is defined by the artist as many things, including
metal and a fashioned cloak, thus encapsulating the processes, forms and ideas of the current body of work.

The seven large metal sculptures in the exhibition were assembled from found scraps-food tins, aluminium
roofing, bottle caps, liquor bottle tops, fabric and wire. By piecing together myriad ephemeral discarded fragments
into sculpted images of garments and architectonic structures, El Anatsui has produced stunning works that are,
ironically, both monumental and opulent. The work functions as a commentary on neo-colonial consumerism, but
additionally it is aesthetically and conceptually resonant with ancient African art forms, including textiles for ritual
and everyday wear. One work for example, entitled Adinkra Sasa, rendered in bold black and gold strips of metal
and fabric, refers to the stamp-printed cloth used for funerary wear produced in Ghana for centuries. Another, Old
Man's Cloth, made of thousands of softly gleaming bottle tops and wire, appears as an oversized garment,
lovingly patched and repaired throughout a lifetime.

Highly regarded in Africa, Anatsui also has an international reputation. Chosen to represent the African continent
during the 44th Venice Biennale in 1990, he has participated in many important exhibitions abroad-in England,
Germany, Japan, the United States and Brazil-and has been a leading contributor to a
number of international workshops for artists. His latest body of work has further boosted his
reputation. Two large 'cloaks' made from thousands of flattened liquor bottle tops were

Image credit:
top to bottom, left to right

El Anatsui
Hovor (detail and image)
Aluminum and copper wire
19 ft. 9 in. x 17 ft. 9 in.
Collection of the artist

El Anatsui pictured with
work from GAWU,
Peak Project, 1999
Tin and copper wire
Approximately 15 x 15 ft.
Photography: Martin Barlow

recently bought by the British Museum for their contemporary African collection, and others
will be touring major European museums from 2004-2005. The Har Museum is pleased to
be the only U.S. museum hosting ElAnatsui: GAWU.

Pleasures of Paris: A Century of Photographs

September 6, 2005 January 8, 2006

Image credit left to right:

Day at the Races at Auteuil
Photography by
Jacques Henri Lartigue
Minister de la Culture -
France / AAJHL
Lent from a private Florida

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Place de I'Europe
Henri Cartier-Bresson/
Magnum Photos
Lent from a private Florida

Photographers have been drawn to the unique beauty and ambiance of Paris from the moment their medium was
first introduced to the world there in 1839. The pleasures of Paris have been captured and revealed by many of
the greatest artists in the medium's history including both native greats, Eugene Atget, Jacques Henri Lartigue,
Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau, and countless visitors, many of whom became long-time residents
and transplants including Brassai, Andre Kertesz and Ilse Bing. The exhibition of more than forty works by twelve
twentieth-century photographers samples the public and private scenes that make the city so enticing, from the
drama of the Eiffel Tower engulfed in a lightening storm photographed by Kertesz to the solitude of Atget's 1910
view of a surreally empty street intersection captured before the bustle of daily activity brought it to life.

Each of the twelve photographers has a distinctive perspective reflecting his or her particular time and creative
concerns. Lartigue was a precocious teenager when he photographed elegant women on the boulevards and at
the races showing off their latest fashions. Brassai's candid and provocative late night views of streetwalkers and
denizens of dimly lit cafes in the 1930s are especially evocative of similar demi-monde scenes depicted by
Lautrec, Degas and other earlier artists.

Contemporary photographers Ron Hurwitz and Michael Kenna are among many who have worked in Atget's
tradition of seeing the city's architecture as a reflection of the people who built and inhabit it. Kenna's delicate,
soft focus images of wispy clouds above the Louvre skyline and his dramatic night views are evidence of the
distinctive light and atmosphere that earned Paris the title "City of Light."

The contrasts between these photographers' different approaches highlight their individual concerns and can also
be compared to how other artists in other media have seen and depicted the city as is evident by the Ham's
companion show of prints by Toulouse-Lautrec. These artists have provided us with many ways of seeing Paris
by both revealing familiar subjects in new ways as well as showing things we otherwise would not have had
access. The more we get to know the city, the more prepared we are for another artist to reveal a new aspect.

The exhibition is curated by Tom Southall, Curator of Photography and made possible by SunTrust Bank.


Recent Conservation of Monet's Champ d'avoine

Earlier this summer, Claude Monet's impressionist landscape, Champ d'avoine (Oat Field), 1890, was temporarily
de-installed for cleaning and minor conservation in the Miami studio of Rustin Levenson. Although Champ
d'avoine's condition prior to treatment was very good, this 115-year old painting was in need of some routine

At some point before the painting was acquired in 1999, Champ d'avoine had been cleaned and varnished,
making it quite glossy. Monet intended for his paintings to be unvarnished so that the purposeful variation of gloss
in his works could be discerned. With the careful removal of this added glossy varnish and years of accumulated
surface grime, Monet's skillfully created atmosphere is no longer obscured.

The painting also received conservation treatment including the repair of some cracking and the consolidation of
a few areas of impasto. In a previous treatment, a cloth insert had been stapled to the inner edge of the stretcher
for protection. This cloth insert has now been replaced by a more supportive insert lining with polyester batting.
In addition, felt was added to the rabbet of the frame which had caused some abrasions to the canvas and paint
in the lower left corner.

Now re-installed in Richardson Gallery, Monet's Champ d'avoine can once again be admired by visitors as a
sparkling example of the artist's unique approach to painting en plein air, or directly from nature. This subjective,
spontaneous rendering of an oat field in late summer reveals an immediacy of experience that underscores the
fleeting nature of visual phenomena.

Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde
Through July 3. 2005
Organized by Inlemaltonal Arts 8 Artists Washington. D C and made
possible locally by the Ham Program Enoowment and nte Sidney Knight

Ancient Bronzes of the Asian Grasslands from the
Arthur M. Sackler Foundation
Through July 31, 2005
Organized by the Arthur M. Sackler Foundation, New York and made
possible locally by the me Ham Program Endowment.

The Greatest Show on Earth: Arnold Mesches
Through August 31, 2005
Made possible by Ine Ham Program Endowment

Asian Art: Culture and Context
Through June 2006
Made possible by ERA Trend Realty, PPI Construclion Management, with
additional support from the Eloise R. Chandler Endowment.

Sense, Style, Presence: African Arts of Personal
Through June 2006
Made possible by the Museum Loan Network-a program funded
and initiated by the John S. and James L Knight Foundation and
the Pew Charitable Trusts, and administered by MITs Office of the
Arts with additional support provided by the Ham Program

Painting and Sculpture from the Ham Museum
Through June 2006
Made possible by the Londono Family Endowment.

For the Next Life: Pre-Columbian Grave Objects
Through June 2006
Made possible by the Sidney Knight Endowment.


El Anatsui: GAWU
August 16, 3:30 p.m.
Join contemporary African sculptor El Anatsui for a
gallery tour of his exhibition GAWU and a slide lecture
about his work and career. Anatsui is one of Africa's
most influential artists.

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Pictured left to right:
Artist El Anatsui
whose work is
on view August 16-
Ocober 16, 2005

Artist, Arnold Mesches
during a tour of his studio
with Har docents

Gale Murray, Ph.D.
September 8, 6:30 p.m.
"Lautrec: The Man, His Art and
the Theme of the Cancan"
Professor Gale Murray presents a slide lecture about
the life and work of artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Murray is Professor of Art History and Chair of the Art
Department at Colorado College. She has authored
numerous publications on Toulouse-Lautrec, including
The Letters of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and
Tolouse-Lautrec: A Retrospective.

Gallery Talks

Bonnie Bernau
July 13, 2:00 p.m.
"Looking at Art in New Ways"
Bonnie Bernau, Harn Museum Director of Education
leads an investigation of selected works in the Ham

Dulce Roman
August 14, 3:00 p.m.
September 1, 6:30 p.m.
Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre
Get an in-depth look at works by famed artist Henri de

Arnold Mesches
August 21, 3:00 p.m.
Arnold Mesches: The Greatest Show on Earth
Join artist, Arnold Mesches, for a guided tour of his
114th solo exhibition. Mesches is a social painter who
explores contemporary philosophical and social
turmoil through fantastic and allegorical images.

Janette Johnson, Ph.D.
September 11, 3:00 p.m.
"Literary Connections: Paris in Words and Images"
Explore Parisian culture at the turn of the twentieth
century through selected excerpts of literature and the
images in Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre and
Pleasures of Paris: A Century of Photographs.
Readings will be available at the information desk by
1:00 p.m. on the day of the program.

Ralf Remshardt, Ph.D.
September 15, 6:30 p.m.
"Theatres & Cabarets of Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris"
Join Professor Remshardt, Associate Professor of
Theatre History at UF, for an illuminating discussion
about the world of theatres and cabarets in late
nineteenth-century Paris.

Thomas Southall
September 22, 6:30 p.m.
Pleasures of Paris: A Century of Photographs
The Ham's Curator of Photography will examine the
distinctive views of Paris by some of the greatest
photographers of the twentieth century.

Ken Kerslake
September 25, 3:00 p.m.
Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre
Artist, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus and
Founder of the Printmaking Program at the University
of Florida, Ken Kerslake will talk about the artistic
expressions of Toulouse-Lautrec's lithographs.


"Parisian Cabaret at the Harn"
September 15, 6:30 8:30 p.m.
Experience the lively, rowdy cabaret of Toulouse-
Lautrec's Paris. Following a gallery talk by Professor
Ralf Remshardt about the theatres and cabarets of
Paris, the University of Florida's School of Theatre and
Dance presents an environmental performance of the
nightlife and entertainment that sprang to life in Paris
in the late nineteenth century. This program, directed
by Ric Rose, is co-sponsored by UF's School of
Theatre and Dance, the Florida MOD Project, Theatre
Jazz Repertoire, Gator Tones and the School of Music.


Lithography Workshop with Stewart J. Thomas
September 18, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
This workshop provides a rare hands-on experience
with lithographic printing. Invented in 1798, lithography
has been used to perfection by many artists, from
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec to Robert Rauschenberg.
Artist and lithographer, Thomas provides instruction in
the basics of the process. Participants can take home
their lithographic prints created during the workshop!

Workshop Registration
Members $17; Non-members $20
Advance registration by September 8th is
required and spaces are limited. For more
information, contact Brandi Breslin, 352.392.9826 or
bbreslin@harn.ufl.edu. To register, send your check
for fees along with your name, address, phone number
and email address to:

Harn Museum of Art, Attn. Mary Yawn
P.O. Box 112700
Gainesville, FL 32611
Make checks payable to: the University of Florida.

Film Series: Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris

French Cancan, 1955
Director, Jean Renoir
September 1, 7:30 p.m.
This musical comedy portrays the start of the cancan
dance and the Moulin Rouge in Paris.

Les Enfants du Paradis (Children of Paradise), 1945
Director, Marcel Carne
September 22, 7:30 p.m.
This witty tale of a woman loved by four men deftly
entwines theater, literature, music and design.

Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre
October 6, 7:30 p.m.
A 30 minute biography of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec,
produced by the National Gallery of Art.

Image credit:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Divan Japonais
Crayon, brush, spatter and
transferred screen lithogral
31 1/4 x 24 in.
Gift of William S. Kinkead

MUSE Program

September 1, 4:00 p.m.
Fall Semester MUSE Recruitment

The Har MUSE (Museum University Student
Educator) program is currently recruiting UF and
SFCC students interested in creating innovative and
engaging experiences for Museum visitors. The fall
2005 semester focuses on interactive program design
and contemporary art. Previous experience is not
necessary and non-art related majors are encouraged
to apply. For more information about becoming a
MUSE, please attend the information session or
contact Brandi Breslin, 352.392.9826, ext. 153.

New Docent Training
Pictured top to bottom:

Ham MUSEs during
Museum Nights

Ham Museum docents
Martha Psarras, Leslie
Klein, Premila Rao, Laura
Berns and Joanne Lindblad
during a studio tour with
Arnold Mesches

Brandi Breslin

September 26, 10:00 a.m.
Prospective Docent Reception

Do you love talking about art and visiting art
museums? Do you enjoy meeting new people and
working with children? Are you a person who loves to
continually learn new things? If so, you might be a
great Har Museum docent! Join us for this casual
reception and informational program for prospective
new docents.

The next New Docent Training Program begins this
fall and we are currently accepting applications for
new docents. If you would like more information,
please contact Brandi Breslin at 352-392-9826, or
apply online at www.harn.ufl.edu.

Horn Internships

Internships at the Har Musuem are open to all
college students from UF and other institutions.
Students are immersed in engaging, professional
projects throughout the Museum, adding "real world"
experience to their collegiate degree while providing
vital services to the Harn.

This summer, the following interns are working at the
Museum in the departments indicated.

Iricka Berlinger, Art History/International Affairs
Tiffany Brummer, Art History
Lauren Gottlieb, English

Elizabeth Dysko, Museum Studies
Jennifer Hambleton, Art History
Amber Koller, Visual Art Studies
Laura Nemmers, Museum Studies, E. Robert Langley
scholarship intern

Marketing/Public Relations:
Lindsay Amerault, Graphic Design
Carrie Sabin, B.A. in Advertising

Tanya Hingson, Public Relations
Natalie Irigoyen, Art History
Stephanie Smith, Public Relations
Tracy Pfaff, History

Jillian Taylor, Studio Art Drawing
Jodie Katzeff, Art History

Payal Patel, Accounting/Finance

The application deadline for Spring 2006 internships
is October 1, 2005. For more information on the intern
program or for an application please visit the Harn
website (www.harn.ufl.edu), then click on "Educational
Opportunities," or contact Bonnie Bernau, Director of
Education at 352.392.9826, ext. 113.

Family Days

Afternoon PM
July 26, 3:30 p.m.
August 30, 3:30 p.m.
September 27, 3:30 p.m.

Morning AM
August 5, 11:00 a.m.
(Note: Due to holiday weekends, Tot Time will not be
offered on July 1 or September 2.)
Children ages 2 5 and their parents learn about art
by exploring art materials, books, games and age-
appropriate concepts. Admission is free. Donations
are accepted. Tot Time is made possible by the Junior
League of Gainesville. Tot Time Registration: In
order to help us plan and manage Tot Time, we ask
that you register all participants in advance by
telephone 352.392.9826 or email at

Bring the children and enjoy hands-on art activities
that complement a family-friendly gallery experience.
No need to register, just drop in! This program is
designed for all ages. Admission is free and donations
are accepted. Ham Family Days are made possible by
Target Stores and the Junior League of Gainesville.

July 16, 1:00 -4:00 p.m.
"Figures in Time"
Investigate the wondrous clay sculptures of people,
animals and things in the exhibition, For the Next Life:
Pre-Columbian Grave Objects. Next, create a figure or
a coil pot using Model Magic based on what you've

August 20, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
"The Art of Recycling"
Explore the exciting exhibition, El Anatsui: GAWU by
contemporary African artist El Anatsui. His art is made
from bottle caps and other scrap metal trha he finds
and transforms into giant "fabrics Join us in
collaboration with the Alachua County Waste
Management Department in creating your own art
using recycled items

September 17. 1:00 4:00 p.m.
"Prints of Paris"
See the sights of Pans in the exhibition. Toulouse-
Lautrec Artist of fontmartre Then, enjoy the hands-
on fun of printmaking Learn a few Iricks about this
amazing art and take home a few prints of your own


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Tot Time

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Pictured below-

View of Cofrin Pavilion
from McGuire Center for
Lepidoptera and

Interior view of Camellia
Court Cafe

2005 Summer Teacher Institute
July 17- 19, 2005

The 2005 Summer Teacher Institute, Literacy and the Arts: Focus on Florida, includes quality instruction based on
the Harn Museum's collection of Florida-themed artworks. This intensive three-day institute, endorsed by the
Florida Art Education Association, offers Florida educators the opportunity to investigate the connections between
art and literacy. Participants will work with regional artists and conceptualize authentic, interdisciplinary classroom
connections to use with their students.

The program begins with a Museum tour on July 17 at 2:00 p.m. followed by a gallery talk by Dulce Roman,
Curator of Modern Art. All participants will receive copies of the Ham's resource materials, which are aligned with
specific Sunshine State Standards and support students' study of Florida, as seen through the eyes of artists. The
Institute concludes at noon on Tuesday, July 19. Please contact Bonnie Bernau, Director of Education at
352.392.9826 for more information or fill out and return the registration form below. The brochure is available on
the Har website www.harn.ufl.edu as well; please look under Educational Opportunities.

Please print participant information below: $48.00 Institute Fee payable by check to:
Harn Museum

Name Please return this registration from and your check by
June 30, 2005 to:

Telephone Email Summer Teacher Institute
Attn: Mary Yawn, Dir. of Finance
Mailing Address Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
PO Box 112700
City Gainesville, FL 32611-2700

State Zip Code Limited to 25 participants. Additional applicants will be
placed on a waiting list and informed of openings as
they occur. Please register early!
Check for vegetarian meals El


By the time this issue of InForm is received by Ham Museum members and friends, the final touches should be
taking place on the Pavilion and the exhibition space made ready for the installation of the inaugural exhibition,
Amencan Matrix: Contemporary Directons for the Ham Museum. The public opening is the weekend of October
22 and 23. A special members preview is scheduled for the evening of October 21--join today and be among
the first to visit the Cornn Pavilion!



New Logo for Museum

Recently, the Ham adopted a new logo which incorporates
N reference to the Museum's 15 year anniversary. This logo
L E B R A T I N G I 5 Y E A R S > was designed by Tami Wroath, Marketing and Public
Relations Associate at the Museum. Tami has been
responsible for the design of publications and ads during the past three years and has won several design awards
for her work while at the Harn. The Museum is fortunate to have such a talented designer who also is a graduate
of the University of Florida.

Staff Departures

Philip Calvert began his career at the Harn Museum as an Accountant in December 1998 and in 2001 he was
promoted to Coordinator of Accounting. Calvert's last day at the Harn was June 30 and he plans to enter private
practice as a CPA.

After nearly three years with the Ham as Coordinator of School and Family Programs, Rachel Gibas is leaving
to focus on her artwork. Gibas was instrumental in bringing innovative programs to the public such as the very
popular Tot Time. Her last day was May 27.

Preparator, John Glumpler also plans on pursuing his artistic career. Glumpler began working at the Harn as an
installation assistant in September of 2000 before becoming Preparator in January 2001. His last day at the
Museum was April 1.

We thank all of these talented individuals and wish them the best in their new endeavors!

Pictured below left to
Susan Cooksey, Associate
Curator of African Art and
Melody Record, Curatoria
Secretary assist visitors
during the 5th Avenue Art:
Festival in May.

26th Annual Fifth Avenue Art Festival

In May, Ham staff members, volunteers and docents represented the Museum at the 26th Annual Fifth Avenue
Arts Festival in downtown Gainesville. Museum representatives distributed general information and held the first-
ever "remote" Family Day. Eager participants were able to make beaded bracelets and necklaces for themselves
or friends.

I Ching Coin Earrings
The ancient Chinese tossed coins to help make
decisions that were based on the patterns of the toss
as they related to I Ching, The Book of Change.

Asian Bracelet- \
Jewelry was originally worn lor its magical properties
with some stones being more powerful and sought
after :han others

For information on exhibitions, artists and art techniques, check
out the wide variety of books and catalogs. The latest additions to
The Store are:

Toulouse-Lautrec: Artist of Montmartre
This 112-page catalog explores the life and art of Toulouse-
Lautrec and accompanies the exhibition, which opens August 9
and is on view through October 30.

El Anatsui Gawu
Discover the art of El Anatsui which will be on view August 16. In
this 47-page catalog you will find large photographs of his artwork
and an interview with the artist.


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Merri Moore, Vice
President, SunTrust Bank,
viewing images from
Pleasures of Paris with
Tom Southall, Curator of

Phyllis DeLaney, Director
of Development with John
Carlson, President of PPI
Construction Management,
Inc.. a loyal Ham sponsor

Happy New Year! The Development Office of the Har Museum of Art works throughout the year to help the
Museum realize its fundraising goals. July 1 marks the beginning of the 2005-2006 Fiscal Year. The past fiscal
year saw the realization of several important goals towards the Museum's mission. New endowments and local
sponsorships are strong, bolstering Harn programs and collections.

At the close of the first two fiscal years of the Ham's Five Year Strategic Plan, the goal of three new endowments
during that period has been met and exceeded. Endowments for acquisitions, research and travel, and a named
curatorship were realized. In the coming year, four new endowments are needed to fulfill this important goal.
Endowments are established to support acquisitions, exhibitions/programs, research & travel, and conservation.
They can be established through outright gifts of cash, securities, real estate and bequests. These priorities met
through endowments will continue to advance the Ham's strength as an institution.

The Harn's strong foundation is formed on its original Har Program Endowment. In this fifteenth anniversary
year of the opening of the Ham Museum of Art, it is fitting to acknowledge that the investment made by the
original Museum Founders has been a success and will continue to serve as the basis for the exhibitions and
programs that are organized by the Harn. During the next three months visitors to the Har will see Pre-
Columbian art, African art in permanent and temporary exhibitions, American art, French art with the Harn's
signature Monet, as well as an exhibition of the works of Toulouse-Lautrec, and highlights of Paris in photographs.
The paintings of Arnold Mesches will bring a contemporary verve to the Ham and an artist whose roots in New
York are well recognized. There will be lectures by scholars and artists, docent gallery tours, and Family Days
staffed by students and volunteers as well as Museum educators. The Harn Program Endowment supports this
diverse programming.

Local sponsorships connect the Harn to the community. Sponsors like ERA Trend Realty, PPI Construction
Management, Inc., Target, Wachovia, Compass Bank, SunTrust Bank, the Junior League of Gainesville, The
France-Florida Research Institute, the C. Frederick Thompson Foundation and others, increase the possibilities
that endowments leverage.

Join the Museum, engage in activities, and give as generously as you can. If now is not ideal, plan for the future
through a bequest. It's a way anyone can be on board. Like those who 15 years ago believed that there could be
an art museum worthy of their support, look now at the worthiness of this institution, its growth, its mission, and
join us in making lasting contributions in the form of endowment. What starts out small can become substantial.
Talk with me about making one of those four endowments needed to fulfill this year's Development strategic plan
a reality.

Phyllis DeLaney
Director of Development

For Members Only
A Touch of Orange
October 21, 2005
If you are a member ot the Ham Museum, you are invited to the Grand Opening party for the Mary Ann Ham Cofrin
Pavilion on Friday, October 21, 2005. Members have the special opportunity to visit the Pavilion before it opens
to the general public during an evening of pure celebration. The theme for the evening is "A Touch of Orange."
Members are encouraged to surprise us and your fellow members by applying this theme to your wardrobe in
some creative way. If you are not a member, or if you know anyone who is not a member, now is the time to join-
this party is not to be missed!

Membership Changes

The Har has recently updated membership levels and benefits. This is partly to keep up with Museum needs, but
it is also an effort to offer opportunities for you to be involved in the Museum in new ways.

One of the opportunities which we hope you will take advantage of is the new category-Business and
Professional Friends. Many of you who own or operate businesses have asked how your business can support
the Ham. The Business and Professional Friends category is designed to offer businesses of all sizes
opportunities to participate. Benefits range from employee discounts on memberships to recognition in newspaper
advertising and on the Museum donor board. Businesses at the Corporate Club level may also rent the Harn for

Please take this opportunity to review this new membership category and associated benefits to see how your
business can become involved with the Museum. We look forward to letting the community know that your
business supports the Ham!

Special Thanks

The Ham Museum has the great pleasure of thanking, once again, Prange's Plantscapes and Florist for the
beautiful floral design at the June Members' Reception. Please visit Prange's and thank them for their unyielding

Harn Alliance


New* and Renewed members as of
April 22, 2005

The Ham Museum gratefully
acknowledges the support of
all its members.


Phyllis and Philip DeLaney
Sheila K. Dickison
Gerard and Antoinette G. Emch
Deirdre and Russ Fogler
Marcia Isaacson
Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart
Drs. Rebecca and Paul Nagy
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Thompson

Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Banks
Clark Beaty
Dr. Elizabeth Bedell and Dr. George
Julia and Budd Bishop
Mr. Paige W. Cofrin
Edith Dee Cofrin
Dr. and Mrs. David A. Cofrin
Christine Tryba-Cofrin and David Har
Carol A. Crevasse
Marshall and Paula Criser
Dr. A. David Crown and Deborah
Lou DeLaney
Consuelo and Bruce Edwards
Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Gale C. Ford
Peter and Lisa Gearen
Margaret Ham Goforth
Alan and Sally Goforth
Mary Ann and Richard L. Green
Rose and Raphael Haftka
Gladys Ham Harris
Carolyn G. Henderson
Roy Hunt
Mrs. Charles Ireland
Thomas S. Johnson
Michael Kohlhaas and Jane Southworth
Mr. E. Robert Langley
Kha Le-Hu and To-Lan Trinh-Le
Robert and Nancy Magoon
Mr. Martin Z. Margulies
Drs. Linda Provus McElroy and
Ross A. McElroy
Suzy and Gary J. Miller
Drs. Rebecca and Paul Nagy
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neilson
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Rhoden
Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson
Lauren and Barry Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robell
Dr. and Mrs. W. Robert Rout
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Rubin
Dennis and Debra Scholl
Carol and Stephen Shey
Eileen and Jack Smith
Jerry and Adria Starkey
Mr and Mrs. C. Frederick Thompson
Steve and Shelley Waters
Mr. Victor M. Yellen and Ms. Arlene
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. York
Ron and Patti Zollars

Eve and John Cech
Mrs. Beth A. Cluff
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Creighton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Denny III
Myra Engelhardt
Jackie and Michael Friel
Marc A. Gale
Stephen and Mariou Gottesman
Mr. Harold P. Hanson
Isabel D. Wolf and Richard V. Lechowich
Dr. Robert and Phyllis Levitt
Dr and Mrs. Norman Levy
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Montague
N. Earle and Brenda K. Pickens
Dr. Richard and Joan G. Promin
Arlan and Edith Rosenbloom
Marvin M. Slott
Sankar and Mary Swaminathan
Dr. Joseph W. Tedesco

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Allen
Allyson A. Barrett
Dr. Robert Bass and Jo Ann Bass
John H. Bevis
Linda and Roger Blackburn
Holly Jensen and David Bloomquist
Cecilia A. and Donald Caton
Catherine and Richard Crandall
Ruthellen Crews
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Jr.
Mike and Ann Dillon
Lee and Barbara Dockery
Margaret Early
Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Fake
Dr. and Mrs. Hansford W. Farris
Robert S. Fennell and Joseph A. Rojo
Mrs. Theodore S. George
Gerri and Ira Gessner
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilliland
Janice and Mark Gold
Col. and Mrs. Franklin D. Hall
Dr. and Mrs.Hansford W. Harris
Evelyn and Gene Hemp
Louise Hildebrand
Robert and Lynne Holt
Dr. Nora L. Hoover
Richard and Rebecca Howard
Bob and Lisa Jerry
Charles A. Jones
Paul and Leslie Klein
Gertrude Krasner
Joe and Lucille Little
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Lyons
Maril Meeks Monaco
Joan and Mel New
Charles T. Ozaki
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Paganini
Dr. Edward Petkus
Galatia and Reuben Ramphal
P. V. and Premila Rao
Jaquie and Michael Resnick
Wade Ring and Nina B. Ring
Vicki Santello
Sonny Scaff
Eleanor and Richard Penrose Schmidt
Dr. Kenneth 0. Schowengerdt and Dr.
Joyce M Koenig
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Scott
Beverly and Jon Sensbach
Nancy Rogers Sever
Mr. Robert B. Spangenberg
Maggie Taylor and Jerry Uelsmann
Dr. and Mrs. Don Q. Vining
Mr. William M. Walsh

Drs. Reza Abbaschian and Janette
Meika A. Alberici and Berta E. Hernandez
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Anderson
Richard and Barbara Anderson
Barbara Anderson

Dr. and Mrs. Philip N. Ankrim
Robert and Shannon Ashley
Michael and Joy Avery
Ed Barber
Alan J. Bames and Gail Ellison
Rodney J. and Beverly F Bartlett
Robert Baum
Ms. Bonnie Bemau
Roberta B. Berner
Gabriel and Nancy Bitton
Michael and Judy Blachly
Aleta Boland
Phoebe H. Bowers
Myron A. and Louise Brown
Robert A. and Kathryn W. Bryan
Ilene Silverman and Harvey Budd
Dalton and Ann Burch
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Calvert
Dr. and Mrs. David R. Challoner
Jean and David Chalmers
Charles and Mary Cichra
Neil Clancy
Audrey Clark and Richard Doenges
Dr. and Mrs. Ira Clark
Dr Edwin Cohen
Lynne and Philip Collis
Cindy Bevis and Byron Croker
Mary Frances and Jay Donohoe
Polly and Paul Doughty
Robert E. Doyle
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Dresdner
Sara M. Drylie
Susan Pharr and lan Duvenhage
Mary Ann Eaverly
John and Edith Ellett
Duane and Joyce Ellifritt
Gail Ellison
Jayne-Ellen Elmore
Dr. G. Leonard Emmel III
Margaret and Bill Enneking
Karen Entner
Dr. Thomas Holland Fay
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Fisher
Mary T and Lewis C. Forrest
Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Frazier
Howard G. and Laurel J. Freeman
Art and Elaine Funk
Genevieve Haugen and Michael Gannon
Laura L. Gillman
Joseph Glover
Elsbeth and Michael Gordon
Sibet Grantham
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Greer
Eugene and Nancy Grissom
Kate and D. P Hanson
Sarah and Jeffrey Harrison
Dink and Peggy Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henry
Dr. Barbara Herbstman
Ms. Nancy M. Hemandez
Liselotte Hof, Ph.D.
Norman and Jane Holland
Sam and Connie Holloway
Barbra Hubbell
Curtis Jefferson and Portia Taylor
Ray Jones
Sara and Kenneth A. Kerslake
Helen Kirklin
Mr. Jeff Knee
Mary and Bill Koss
Lucian and Suzanne Kragiel
Miss Amie Kreppel
Christiana Leonard and John M. Kuldau
Angel Kwolek-Folland
Martha La Tour
Carl Lacher and Donald Meritt
M. Murray Lasley
Todd and Nance Leedy
Aleida Levine
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Lorincz
Margaret and David Mason
John and Nita Mata
Ms. Barbara Mattson and Ms.
Oliveme Mattso
Don and Laurie Matz

Paul and Virginia McDaniel
Rod McGalliard and Kim Tanzer
Donald and Jane McGlothlin
Ina J. McKenzie
Martin and Pamela McMahon
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meeks
James and Mary Lou Merkner
Barbara and Thomas Moore
Ms. Christina M. Mullen
Charles Nerger
Dr. and Mrs. Sigurd J. Normann
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Novak
Neil and Margie Opdyke
Dr. Jacqueline Orlando
Jim and Suzanne Orr
William E. and Tim Ann Parker
Leigh A. Patterson
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Penland, Jr.
Annette L. Perry
Gordon G. and Joan G. Phelps
Drs. Michael and Germaine Phillip
Tom and Kenni Pinckard
Mr. John Polefko and Mrs. Carole Polefko
Charlotte M. Porter
Robin Poyner
Samuel and Bessie Proctor
Marion and Ellyn Radson
Ken and Colleen Rand
Kerstin Rao
Judy and Joe Richardson
Peg Richardson
Mary M. Ross
William and Deborah Rossi
Dan Rountree and Jude Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rozboril
Arthur and Phyllis Saarinen
Craig Salley and Wanda Rentfrow
William Schaaf and Annie Pais
Melanie Shore Schackow and Ray
Cynthia J. Schmer
Betty Selfridge
Rob and Joy Sherman
Dr. William B. Shreve
Paul Sindelar
Dr. and Mrs. Grover C. Smart, Jr.
Brad Smith and Mary Park-Smith,
Richard T. and Jean Smith
Carol Murphy and Chris Snodgrass
Wayne E. Sprague
Frances and Wendell Stainsby
Janice and Dennis Steindler
Mary A. Furman and Charles B. Thorn
Dr. Henry Tosi
Jan and Tony Tucci
Alice M. Tyler
John and Tracey Valentine
Fiona McLaughlin and Leonardo Villalon
Alina and Zev Wajsman
Carol J. Walker
Cad and Brenda Kay Walls
Wilse B. and Mary H. Webb
Bart and Shirley Weitz
Jane Dominguez and David Allan West
Susan White
Edward and Kate Wilkinson
Barbara Beynon and Charles Williams
Sandra Arey and Randall Williams
Abraham Hartzema and Almut Winterstein
Mike and Sue Wright
Norma N. Zabel
William and Carole Zegel

Ms. Marjorie D. Abrams and Done Stein
Jerry and Ulla Benny
Anne Barclay Morgan and Brent
Mary Beth and Robert Warren

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Amott
Patti Anderson
Dr. Susan E. Anderson
Dorothy S. Baber
Tatiana and Jeffrey Barr
Leslie Bram and Mark Flannery
Mr. and Mrs. Petar Breitinger
Louise S. Brown
Rie Burton
Thomas Caswell
Cynthia Chennault and Pierre Sikivie
Linda M. Clary
Johanna Cleary and Cindi Miller
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Crago
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Crowell
Billie Crowell
Terry Marie Curtis
Jerry Cutler and Elizabeth Rich
Dr. and Mrs. James W. Daly
Richard H. Davis, Jr.
Amy Vigilante and Taylor Dickerson
Nora Dimitrov
Dr. Joseph DiPietro and Deborah
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Edwards
Mrs. Graham B. Fairchild and Miss
Alice Bel
Ellen and Erich Farber
Robert and Naomi Feinberg
Jack and Cherie Fine
William and Else Fox
Dr. and Mrs. Gerhard Freund
Erin Friedberg
Paul and Mary Ellen Funderburk
Jay and Randi Garitz
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Geiser
George and Alison Gerencser
Jim and Ellen Gershow
Coni Gesualdi
Paul and Christine Gibbs
Mark H. Lewis and Anne Gilroy
Joyce and Mandell Glicksberg
Jane and Michael Gravois
Barry and Becky Guinagh
Julius and Michelle Gylys
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hadley
Jack and Marilyn Hairston
Suza Talbot and Sam Halpert
Grazyna and Alfred Handler
Robert and Mary Ellen Hanrahan
Mr. Christie G. Harris
Lonnie and Susan Hartwell
William D. and Robbie Hedges
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Heesacker
Richard and Sari Heipp
Dee Jay Hellrung
Carolyn Horter
S. Yumiko and John Hulvey
Gary and Joann Ihas
Ms. Jo Annalee Irving
Shirley Johnson
Ms. Haydee M. Jordan, M.S.W.
Bart and Miriam Kimball
Jean M. LeMire
Eleanor and Jerome Levinrad
Noah Lindsay
Charlotte L. Lintz
Tim and Buffy Lockette
Anita and Jim Lowry
Margaret Luongo
Flora J. MacColl
Anne Barclay Morgan and Brent

Carroll and Cheryl McDavitt
Dr. Martin and Caryl McKellar
Paul G. McKinley
Regina B. Kramel and John J. McRitchie
A. M. and Nancy Merritt
Arnold Mesches and Jill Ciment
David and Rebecca Micha
Dr. and Mrs. Michael W. Mironack
Jack and Ina Moore
Joseph A. and Kazumi N. Murphy
Don and Linda Myers
Drs. Ronald and Mary Nutter
David J. Nye
Mary Ann O'Daniel
Linda Patrick
Mary Jane Angelo and Reed Pedlow
Mary E. Periale
Stanley and Marcia Philips
Dr. W. M. Phillips
Annelies and Marc Plaisant
Jennifer and James Pochurek
Richard and Joanne Pohlman
Kathie Price
Dr. Jose Principe
Jim and Emilie Puckett
Blair and Mary Nell Reeves
James Rosengren
Michael Roth and Betty Taylor Roth
Alyson Flournoy and John Schaible
Robert S. and Peggy F Schrieber
Melissa Hyde and Eric Segal
Joshua Wolf Shatkin
Mr. Leland Shaw and Ms. Linda Arbuckle
Norma B. Shore
Sarah Singleton and Family
Phillip H. Slater and Roslyn C. Slater
Parker and Natalie Small
Dr. Brenda Smith
Dr. Anita Spring
Ms. Ganga L. Srinivas
Linda E. Stuart
Dr. and Mrs. James L. Talbert
Ms. Janice V. Taylor
Michael and Julia Thomas
Mrs. Dorothy C. Thomas
Margaret Ross Tolbert
Tila Vilallonga
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Wagner
Dr. Marta L. Wayne
Ms. Judith Weaver
Ann Wehmeyer
Luise White
Joe and Eve Wilder
Carol B. Willis
Karen and Scooter Willis
Lois Anne Willits
Arleen Wolf
Laura M. Wright
David Young, Ph.D.
Anna G. Zemer
Linda Zidonik

Ms. Julie Baker
Anna B. Edmonson
Jean Feingold
Joanne Lindblad
Jeffrey Weston Lotz
David Silverman

Estelle Aden
Anita and Nicholas Alemanne
Melanie Barr Allen and Damon Allen
Charles L. Allen
Judith C. Angley
James and Karen Archer
Sarah and Roy Ashkenaz
Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Avery

Doris Bardon
Richard and Shidey Barkin
Barbara Barletta
Sharon Bartholomew
Dr. Roger G. Bates
Anita Luise Battiste
Barbara W. Beatty
Roger Beebe
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Belcher
Stephen Bernstein
Eloise H. Beynon
Sandy and Paul Bird

Eleanor Blair
Aileen Schumacher and Richard Blum
Alvin and Gertrude Bobroff
Kevin and Theresa Boggs
Marcia and Steven Bourdon
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Bowman
Tom and June Brady
Julieta Brambila
Billy Brame and Anne Marie Mattison
Cyd and Marc Branch
Dr. Lyle A. Brenner
Susan Milbrath and Mark Brenner
Ms. Barbara B. Bresemann
Maria S. Brosius
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Brown
John and Sharon Burton
George and Josephine Butler
Nina T Caputo
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Caribaltes, Jr.
Victor and Dorothy Carlisle
Ann and Jim Cassin
Mr. Donald Cavanaugh and Mr. Edward
Philip and June Chapman
Cherry Chegini
Lowell and Pat Chesborough
Mary S. Chourey
Penny Clark
Karen and Jonathan Cohen
Emy Collins
Sharon Connell
Mrs. J. Wayne Conner
Mary Ann Coxe
Marjorie and Ward Crago
Hillary Y. Craven
Larry and Veta Cumbaa
Anita and Charles Cunningham
Mrs. Snead Y. Davis
Fonda D. Davis
Nancy Davis
Carol de Carlo Kreese
Dian R. Deevey
George A. Dell, Jr., M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dewitt
David and Kathy Dilcher
Teresa Dolan and Stan Given
Hipatia Veronica Donoso
David and Donna Drake
Deborah Duggan
Vicki Duncan
Ms. Gabriele H. Dupre
Chris Eastman
Ed Mendel
Jane Edwards
Cathy and Larry Edwards
Ed and Marcia Ellett, Ellett Insurance
Jan Elliot
Jane Ellis
Mrs. Ann P. Emerson
Gail L. Erny
Angelicia C. Espinosa
Phil and Nancy Evans
Fonda Davis and John Eyler
Sharon Fans
Diane Farris and Ted Runions
Pam and Bill Feaster
Mrs. Peggy Finley
Mary M. Fischer

Douglas Fols
Prof. Maelee Thomson Foster
Valerie Freeland
Carolyne R. Freeman
Lenore and Richard Freeman
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Fried
Evelyn L. Fullagar
David Gagne
Morrigan Gamble
Gloria Gary
Budr and Evelyn Gatch
S. Gauthier and E. Perdue
Reisa and Paul George
Ms. Codiss Gibbons
Barbara B. Gibbs
Geoffrey J. Giles
Mrs. Edward Gilman
Judith K. Goffman
Victoria L. Golden
Dr. Jacquelin Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Good
Doria Gordon and Dwight De Vane
S. Georgia Gragert RN
Roy Eugene Graham, FAIA
Alex and Freda Green
Fred and Tricia Gregory
Joan M. Griffin
Cavelle Grimes
David Groisser
Ron and Janet Haase
Gillian Haber
Diana Hagan
Herb and Judy Hammond
Dot and Wade Hampton
Susan Jacobson and Jeff Hardesty
Curtis and Susan Harper
Elizabeth Harrer
Lucille Harris
Lance and Barbara Harris
Zoe Haynes
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Heffington
Catherine T. Henriksen
Nancy J. Henry
Lois and Jim Hensel
Phyllis Hildebrand
Jeanna Mastrodicasa and Jason
Imogene Hixson
Robert and Gale Hockman
Jeannine Hogue
Carolyn Holmes-Bernstein and
Stephen Bernstein
Norma M, Homan
Ms. Rebecca M. Hoover
Will Hotchkiss and Leanna Burgin
Michelle Houdek and Alejandra Porter
Dr. and Mrs. R.P. Hylton
Ms. Donna L. Isler
Tanya and Jerold Israel
Stanley and Lila Jacobson
Deborah S. Jamieson
Mrs. Joe C. Jenkins, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Jennings
Marion and Frank Johmann
Susan C. Johnson
Dr. Nedra K. Johnson
Meg Jones
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Jones
C. M. Kampny
David and Bemadine Kaplan
Martin Kappelman
Stathe and Michele Karahalios
Karen Keisling and Douglas B.
Rosella B. Kelley
Liza Kephart
John and Candice King
Susan Kay King
Mary Kirk
Martha Klein

Gail M. Knowland and Alice F. Oltmans
Ms. Martha Kohen
Ruth Kovner
Eleanor Krueger
Ms. Elsa Kula
Merle and Maxine Kuns
Pat Murphy Landis
Valerie F Lassman, Ph.D.
Beth Laughner
Judith Laux
Dr. Michael Leslie
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Leveen
David Leverenz and Anne Rutledge
Lisa Wysocki and Doug Levey
Ms. Ann M. Lindell
Anne H. Lisca
Judy Locascio
Nancy Loeper
Glenda B. Lotow
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Lowenstein
Donna Lutz
Susie Lyons
Dr. Lena Ma
Bruce and Jeannette MacFadden
Mickie MacKenzie
Reverend Eve B. MacMaster
Carlos Maeztu
Mary E. Markowitz
Milena Martelloni
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Martin, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin
Fran P. Mauney
Timmothy and Anna McCann
Karelisa Hartigan and Kevin McCarthy
William McCrea
Audrey McCullagh
Sherry McDaniel
Justina and Richard McDonald
Judy McKinney
Sandra F. Melching
Richard and Dorothy Melker
Debbie S. Menoher
Nancy Menzel
Nora Merrill
Ms. Gene Kay Meurlott
Jay Miller
Sylvia P. Montesinos
Robert L. Mountjoy
Bob and Pat Mueller
Jason and Dahvi Neelis
Carol A. Neely
Jack and Pat Nichelson
Lynn R. Norris
Dr. Scott Nygren and Dr. Maureen Turim
Mallory and John O'Connor
Ron Ozbun
Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Patterson
Joan Hagan Penticoff
Larry David Perkins and Norman K.
Christie Medved Perry
Anne Margoluis and Lennart Peterson
Mr. Richard Phillips
Rhonda Phillips
Marley Plomer
Dr. Barbara S. Probert
Byron and Hattie Prugh
Peter and Anne Prugh
Martha T. Psarras
Ruth and Jim Reiser
Jon and Julia Reiskind
Nancy and Michael Richards
Len and Harriet Ringel
Celeste Roberge
Norman and Grace Robey
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Robitaille
Mrs. Jane H. Rockwood and William P.
Michael A. and Colleen A. Rogal

Drs. Weaver and Brenda Rogers
William F. Rohan
Margaret Roskos
Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Ross
Jeffrey Roth
Helen and Ralph Rothschild
Mr. Paul S. Rothstein
Dr. and Mrs. Donald F. Rothwell
Elizabeth Rush
Mary Salvamoser
Gerald and Marti Schaffer
Virginia and Donald Schrader
Karan and Michael Schwartz
Dr. Jan Schwartz
Dr. Suzanne Scott
David and Carol Seaberg
Virginia Seacrist and Dave Bruderly
Robert and Cristina Seese
Graig and Kris Shaak
Tim and Lyn Shanahan
Joseph and Anne Shands
Mr. Alon Sharabi and Dr. Renata
Kara and Brian Shey
Margaret Clare Shoemyen
Renee Hoffinger and Dennis Shuman
Jane J. Smith
Mickey and Toba Smith
Merri Moore and David Smullen
Eleanor Sommer and Paul Hoffhein
Robert and Nancy Sorkin
Renee A. Sperling
David and Hazel Stanley
Dr. Mary F. Stavropoulos
Sally and Jerry Stein
Dorothy Sterling
Dianne L. Stevenson
Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig
Charles and Sandra Strang
Margaret T. Stuebe
Elizabeth B. Sugalski
Paul V. Sullivan
Thomas and Carla Summers
Susan and Joe Swails
Sandra Talarico
Ms. Nella F. Taylor
Ms. Rachel I. Tench
Stephen and Ann Thebaut
Grant and Susan Thrall
Nancy L. Tigar
John and Anne Tilton
Margaret Tonkinson
Jennifer and Elaine Van Doren
Jenny Van Mill
Dr. Margaret J. Velardo
Theresa Vernetson
Duain and Donna Vierow
Stephen and Nancy Vogel
Michael and Mary Beth Waltz

Dr. Michael W. Warren
Michaala Speijers and Thomas Weinkle
Tom and Sue Weller
Capt. and Mrs. D. Mason Wells
Gail Wells and Lane deMontmollin
Karen Wetterqvist
Marta M. Whipple
Jill White
Carolyn and David Wilken
Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Willcox
Naomi and Brent Williams
Dr. Glenn and Peggy Willumson
Suzi and Chuck Winters
John Woodhead and Janet A. Davies
Chuck Woods
Susan A. Woodward
Lucia Y. Yu
Arthur J. Zirger
Lynne R. Zirkelbach

We also gratefully acknowledge the
many others who prefer to remain

Effective May 1, 2005 the Harn has new opportunities for
Business and Professional Friends

Contributor $250
Subscription to and recognition in InForm magazine $5 off memberships for
employees Invitations for two to Members' Receptions Admission for two to
Annual Business and Professional Friends Reception Annual recognition in
full-page newspaper advertisement

Donor $500
All of the benefits of the Contributor level Exhibition Catalog

The Ham Alliance Member Benefits

Student $30
Subscription to on-line student membership
publication Invitations for one to student mem-
ber only special events 10% discount at The
Museum Store

Individual $50
Invitation to Premier Members' grand opening
event 10% discount at The Museum Store
* Recognition in and a one-year subscription to
InForm Magazine Invitation for one to Mem-
bers' Receptions Free admission to Risk Cine-
ma Discount for workshops and special pro-
grams Travel opportunities

Dual $75
All benefits of the Individual level Invitation
for two to Members' Receptions Discount
coupons for Camellia Court Cafe

Associate $125
All benefits of the Dual level Reciprocal mem-
bership privileges at regional museums

Fellow $250
All benefits of the Associate level Invitation for
two to a special exhibition tour

Patron $500
All benefits of the Fellow level Exhibition cata-

Director's Circle

Sustainer $1,000*
All benefits of the Patron Level A 20% dis-
count at The Museum Store Reservation priv-
ileges at the Camellia Court Caf6 Recognition
on the Annual Donor Board in the Museum Gal-
leria Invitation for two to annual Sustainer

Benefactor $2,500
All benefits of the Sustainer level Free admis-
sion to Museum workshops and programs *
Rental privileges of the Ham facility including
the Camellia Court Caf6 Invitation for two to
Annual Director's Dinner Membership in the
University of Florida President's Council*

Leader $1,000
All of the benefits of the Donor level Invitation for four to Annual Business
and Professional Friends Reception Reservation privileges at Camellia
Court Cafe Recognition on Business and Professional Friends donor board
in Museum Galleria Opportunity to sponsor Museum exhibition

Corporate Club $2,500
All of the benefits of the Leader level Special discounts for employees at
The Museum Store Rental privileges of the Ham facility including the
Camellia Court Caf6 Opportunity to sponsor Members' Reception Mem-
bership in the University of Florida President's Council*

* Recent college graduates (bachelor's degree within past 15 years) and University of Florida faculty and staff qualify for
membership in the University of Florida President's Council by participating at the Sustainer level. For more information about
benefits associated with membership in the President's Council, please contact the Ham Museum membership office at


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July 13
GALLERY TALK, 2:00 p.m.
Bonnie Bernau, "Looking at Art
in New Ways"

July 16
FAMILY DAY, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
"Figures in Time"

July 17 19

July 26
TOT TIME, 3:30 p.m.

August 5
TOT TIME, 11:00 a.m.

August 14
GALLERY TALK, 3:00 p.m.
Dulce Roman, Toulouse-Lautrec:
Artist of Montmartre

August 16
LECTURE, 3:30 p.m.
El Anatsui, ElAnatsui: GAWU

August 20
FAMILY DAY, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
"The Art of Recycling"

August 21
GALLERY TALK, 3:00 p.m.
Arnold Mesches, The Greatest Show on
Earth: Arnold Mesches

August 30
TOT TIME, 3:30 p.m.

Visit the Museum during
Museum Nights! On Thursdays
the Museum is open until
10:00 p.m.

* These events are ticketed or
require membership in the Ham
Alliance at designated levels.
For more information, please contact
the membership office at 352.392.9826.

July 3, Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde

July 31, Ancient Bronzes of the Asian Grasslands
August 31, The Greatest Show on Earth: Arnold Mesches

September 1
MUSE PROGRAM, 4:00 p.m.
Fall Semester MUSE Recruitment

GALLERY TALK, 6:30 p.m.
Dulce Roman, Toulouse-Lautrec:
Artist of Montmartre

LAUTREC'S PARIS, 7:30 p.m.
French Cancan, 1955

September 8
LECTURE, 6:30 p.m.
Gail Murray, Ph.D., "Lautrec: The Man,
His Art and the Theme of the Cancan"

September 11
GALLERY TALK, 3:00 p.m.
Janette Johnson, Ph.D., "Literary Connections:
Paris in Words and Images"

September 15
GALLERY TALK, 6:30 p.m.
Ralf Remshardt, Ph.D., "Theatres & Cabarets
of Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris"

PERFORMANCE, 6:30 8:30 p.m.
"Parisian Cabaret at the Ham"

September 17
FAMILY DAY, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
"Prints of Paris"

September 18
WORKSHOP, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Lithography Workshop with
Stewart J. Thomas*

September 22
GALLERY TALK, 6:30 p.m.
Thomas Southall, Pleasures of Paris: A
Century of Photographs

LAUTREC'S PARIS, 7:30 p.m.
Les Enfants du Paradis (Children of Paradise),

September 25
GALLERY TALK, 3:00 p.m.
Ken Kerslake, Toulouse-Lautrec:
Artist of Montmartre

September 26
10:00 a.m.

September 27
TOT TIME, 3:30 p.m.


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