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CONTENTS


DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

HIGHLIGHTED ACQUISITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

UF PARTNERSHIPS


FINANCIAL

SUPPORT

ACQUISITIONS

PEOPLE AT THE HARN


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DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE



The year covered by this annual report was a trying and challenging
one for individuals, institutions and businesses. Like virtually every other museum
in the country, the Harn faced significant budget cuts and declining revenues
in 2008 2009. Remarkably, however, numerous funding sources, including
foundations, national corporations, government agencies and local businesses,
as well as many individuals, stepped forward to contribute funds and in-kind ,,,,,, ...... "
services during the economic downturn. The commitment and generosity of these
donors enabled the Harn to move forward with an ambitious schedule of original
exhibitions, an array of informative programs, and scholarly and educational
publications even while we scaled back spending in numerous areas and identified
ways to keep our budget in the black.

During a time of financial stress for many individuals and families, we are delighted
that the Harn could continue its policy of free admission to exhibitions featuring
the museum's permanent collections, temporary exhibitions and the majority of
our educational programs. More than ever we believe the Harn should offer an
accessible and welcoming place of refuge from anxiety and worry, where people
can come together for lively social interaction, enriching aesthetic experiences,
enlightening discussions and all kinds of fun.

And in the midst of the recession, the Harn affirmed its hope for a bright future
with the April 2009 groundbreaking for the David A. Cofrin Asian Art Wing.
Made possible by the generosity of Dr. David A. and Mrs. Mary Ann Harn
Cofrin, this three-story, 26,000-square-foot addition for the exhibition, study
and conservation of Asian art will support and enhance the University of Florida's
commitment to Asian Studies across academic disciplines. As University of Florida
President Bernie Machen observed at the groundbreaking ceremony:

"Like so many other institutions in this country, our university faces huge financial
hardships. Some may fear that we will falter, but I think what's happening today
suggests otherwise. Rather than crumble, we will build."

"This groundbreaking begins an important addition to the Harn Museum. But,
at the same time, it is an affirmation of faith in the University of Florida and its
future."

Rebecca M. Nagy, Ph.D., Director







HIGHLIGHTED ACQUISITIONS







Fulani or Songhay people, Mali, Tent Liner or Wall Hanging
20th century, cotton, synthetic dyes, 104 x 63 in. (264.2 x 160 cm)
Museum purchase with funds provided by the Caroline Julier and
James G. Richardson Acquisition Fund, 2009.9.1

This vibrantly patterned textile, made of handwoven strips of cotton, is made by Fulani or
Songhay weavers who migrated to Bamako, the capital city of Mali, from the surrounding
southeast region sometime in the mid-20th century. Originally these weavings served as tent
dividers and wall hangings used in wedding ceremonies. Today they are used to decorate
urban homes. The stepped diamond patterns resonate with Islamic magic square inscriptions,
hatumere, which are protective devices. The compositions are designed to focus attention on
the central square symbolizing the omnipotence of Allah. The most prevalent design is called
escalier, or staircase, but others are inspired by local and global visual culture.





Chinese, Blue-Glazed Cong-Shaped Vase
Guangxu reign mark (1875 1908), Qing Dynasty (1644 1911), late 19th century, porcelain
11 5/8 x 6 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. (29.5 x 16.5 x 13.3 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided by friends of the Har Museum of Art, 2008.51.4

During the Northern and Southern Song dynasties (960 1279) in China, the first antiquarian
collectors began unearthing ancient tombs. These first collectors were systematic in their studies of these
materials, often defining each type and shape. The shape of the cobalt-glazed porcelain is known as cong,
and it has a square outer body with a circular interior. For Song collectors and others thereafter, the shape
evoked accomplishment of times past and a natural order. This cobalt porcelain vase mixes 19th-century
tastes with the ancient form via finely glazed porcelain embellished with elephant handles on two sides.





Kehinde Wiley, American, born 1977, Dogon Couple
2008, oil on canvas, 96 x 84 in. (243.8 x 213.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided by the David A. Cofrin Acquisition Endowment
and the Caroline Julier and James G. Richardson Acquisition Fund, 2008.50

Kehinde Wiley is known for large-scale paintings that examine notions of power,
portraiture and historical representation. The paintingDogon Couple is part
of his project The World Stage: AJfica, Lagos-Dakar. In Dakar, Wiley became
interested in post-colonial public sculptures as representations of history and
heroism. Dogon Couple is modeled after a specific public monument in Dakar
that is, in turn, based on a traditional archetypal West African sculpture from
the Dogon people of Mali. Dressed in modern hip-hop clothing, Wiley's African
subjects have a superficial affinity to their American counterparts. Here their
apparel also reflects the reach of global economy and culture.











Angel Botello, Puerto Rican, born Spain, 1913 1986
ElEncuentro (The Encounter)
c. 1950, oil on burlap
315/8 x 35 3/4 in. (80.3 x 90.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided by friends of the
Harn Museum ofArt, 2008.39.3



One of Puerto Rico's most outstanding artists, Angel Botello is
known as "The Caribbean Gauguin" because of his expressionistic
depictions of island life rendered with distorted forms and bold
colors. Botello was born in a small village in northwestern Spain
and studied art in Bordeaux, France, at the cole des Beaux-Arts
and in Madrid at the Academia de San Fernando. Following the
Spanish Civil War, he moved to the Dominican Republic and
then Haiti, finally settling in Puerto Rico in 1953. ElEncuentro dates to the artist's Haitian period and depicts the encounter
between Haiti's native Taino inhabitants and Christopher Columbus, who arrived on the island's north coast on December 5,
1492.


Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe
Americans, born 1952 and 1967
Four views from four times and one shoreline, Lake
Tenaya, 2002
Left to right: Eadweard Muybridge, 1872
(Courtesy The Bancroft Library, University of
California, Berkeley); Ansel Adams, c. 1942
(Courtesy the Center for Creative Photography,
University of Arizona); Edward Weston, 1937
(Courtesy the Center for Creative Photography,
University of Arizona)
Back panels:
Swatting high-country mosquitoes
2002, pigment inkjet print
20 x 61 in. (50.8 x 154.9 cm)
Museum purchase with funds provided by
the David A. Cofrin Acquisition Endowment
Courtesy of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, 2009.6.2


This multi-paneled panorama of Lake Tenaya in Yosemite combines
facsimile images ofblack-and-white photographs made at this shoreline
by Eadweard Muybridge (1872), Ansel Adams (1944) and Edward
Weston (1939), precisely positioned on top of contemporary color
photographs made by Mark Klett and his photographic partner,
Byron Wolfe.

The result is a study in time, artistic technique, style and, especially,
changing attitudes toward the land. The composite panorama
contrasts the numerous choices made by each photographer creating
images from the same vantage point and the dramatically different
images that resulted. Most notable is that only the modern view
includes a person-Wolfe swatting persistent mosquitoes. This might
be the strongest reminder that even the best pictures are inadequate
records of the complex experience of a place.







EXHIBITIONS


Ongoing
Axline Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason Steuber
The Har Museum's Asian art collection is divided into three
geographically-defined sub-collections: Chinese art, Japanese
and Korean art, and Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian
art. This ongoing exhibition presents a selection of significant
works from all three sub-collections, representing a broad
range of historical periods and genres. Ceramics and sculpture
are especially prominent in the displays, which also include
bronzes, jades, lacquers, cloisonne enamels and paintings. The
objects on view represent only a fraction of the Har Museum's
total Asian collection, which is one of the largest and finest
Asian art collections in the southeastern United States. New
works of art are periodically rotated into the exhibition to keep
it fresh and interesting.




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September 5, 2006 -July 5, 2009
Richardson Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey
The exhibition showcased the best of the Harn Museum's African
collection, one of the largest in the Southeast, drawing attention
to some recent acquisitions not previously exhibited at the Harn.
The exhibition emphasizes the historical and geographical diversity
as well as a range of media now well-represented in the collection,
including wood sculpture, masquerades, ceramics, textiles, metalw
and architectural elements. The exhibition also focused on works I
identified artists or hands, including works by Osei Bonsu, Ubah c
Usufoia, Olowe of Ise and Agbonbiofe Adesina. The exhibition w,
made possible by the Har Program Endowment.

Programs: Exhibition Spotlight Tours, September 7, 2008, and
February 15 and May 3, 2009; University of Florida Center for
African Studies Teacher Institute, June 10 26, 2009


Artfor All Occasions: Collectors in China, Japan and Korea
is an installation composed of exquisite works from the
Ham Museum of Art's Asian art holdings and loans from
distinguished local collections. The installation presents views
about how traditional collectors of Asian art gathered, studied
and lived with their works of art. Organized into three distinct
yet interrelated sections, ArtforAll Occasions juxtaposes various
types of art to explore collecting activities in China, Japan and
Korea. Whether the work is an ancient bronze, fine porcelain
or a painting, the common theme that emerges is that collectors
thoughtfully interacted with their collected works during their
lifetimes. The exhibition was made possible by the Eloise R.
Chandler Program Endowment.

Programs: Middle and High School Children Summer Camp,
July 21 24, 2008; Family Day, Sumi-Nagushi, August 16,
2008; Family Day, Calligraphy, January 31, 2009; Har Eminent
Scholar Lecture, Ed Shaughnessy, February 18, 2009; Symposium,
"Collectors, Collections and Collecting the Art of Ancient
China: Histories and Challenges:' February 20 21, 2009;
Exhibition Spotlight Tours, September 21 and December 21,
2008, and May 17, 2009


















September 6, 2006 October 24, 2010
Gallery A
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Romin
The Harn Museum highlights its holdings of modern American,
European and Latin American art spanning the mid-19th
century through the first half of the 20th century. Featured
works include landscapes, city views, mural studies, portraits,
figural studies and sculpture, by more than 40 artists. In
addition, this exhibition includes a special area devoted to
works on paper such as charcoal and pencil drawings, pastels
and watercolors. Among the artists represented are 19th-century
artists Claude Monet, Theodore Robinson and Auguste
Rodin, and 20th-century artists Milton Avery, George Bellows,




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November 13, 2007 July 20, 2008
Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith
The mutable relationships among art, artists and viewers were
highlighted in Vision/Revision. While vision implied a unique
and original insight, revision suggested the transformation and
proliferation of meanings. Vision pointed to the future, while
revision implied a cyclical relationship between the past and
present and between production and reception. Through the work
of 26 international artists, Vision/Revision traced the multiple
layers of meaning that can be created in response to a work of art.
Highlighted artists included El Anatsui, Seydou Keita, William
Kentridge, Antoni Thpies, Yayoi Kusama, Oscar Mufioz, Andy
Warhol and Liza May Post. The exhibition was made possible by
the 150th Anniversary Cultural Plaza Endowment.

Program: Elementary Children Summer Camp, July 7- 11, 2008


Charles Burchfield, Suzy Frelinghuysen, Albert Gallatin,
Childe Hassam, Gaston Lachaise, Reginald Marsh, Georgia
O'Keeffe, Raphael Soyer, Hale Woodruff and Rufino Tamayo.
The exhibition was made possible by the Eloise R. Chandler
Program Endowment.

Programs: Family Day, Watercolor Painting, September 20,
2008; Harn Eminent Scholar Lecture, William Truettner,
February 19, 2009; Exhibition Spotlight Tours, October 19,
2008, and January 4 and April 5, 2009













March 1 October 19, 2008
Axline Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curators: Vasudha Narayanan, CHiTra and
Religion Department, College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences, and Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason
Steuber
Dating from the third century through the mid-
20th century, the 32 objects on view were drawn
from the Harn Museum's Asian collection. In the
display, the organization and groupings of the works
centered on specific deities and narratives that are
significant in the Hindu tradition. Each grouping
juxtaposed works of various media and time periods
to illustrate the continuity and change each figure
undergoes because of regional and historical
circumstances. An Ocean ofDevotion was the result
of collaboration between the Harn Museum and
the Center for the Study of Hindu Traditions
(CHiTra) The exhibition was made possible by the
Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart Endowment for Focus
Exhibitions.


March 18, 2008 February 22, 2009
S.F.I. Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall
The University of Florida has been an important center for creative
photography since the 1960s, and it is especially noted for the
experimental and innovative work of its faculty and students. This
exhibition featured the Harn Museum's strong holdings of works
by influential faculty, includingJerry Uelsmann (UF 1960-1997),
Todd Walker (UF 1970-1977) and Evon Streetman (UF 1977-
1999). In addition, recent gifts by Robert Fichter highlighted this
exhibition's inclusion of works by numerous UF B.FA. and M.F.A.
graduates who have gone on to impressive careers. The ongoing
innovative energy of the university's teaching program was further
demonstrated by a sampling of video/multimedia works by current
faculty members Barbara Jo Revelle and Wes Kline. The exhibition
was made possible by the Sidney Knight Endowment.

Programs: Gallery Talk, Tom Southall, September 11, 2008;
Lecture, Sergio Vega, October 19, 2008; Exhibition Spotlight Tours,
November 2, 2008, and February 1,2009


June 17 September 7, 2008
Gladys Gracy Harn Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Tufts University Art Gallery, Aidekman Arts Center
Coordinating Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey
Cross-Currents presented video installations by five international artists with ties to Africa: Zwelethu Mthethwa, Ingrid Mwangi
(with Robert Hutter), Moataz Nasr and Berni Searle. The video installations were large-scale, with two of the works being
projected on three screens measuring as large as 40 feet wide by 9 feet tall. Challenging and thought-provoking, each work on
display used water as a symbol for many concepts, including family, identity, violence and spiritual transformation. The flow of
water creates passages, but also erodes. Water is in a perpetual state of change and refuses containment. This description of water
can be compared to the blending and dissolving of categories of race, identity, cultural heritage and a coherent family structure.
This exhibition was made possible by the Talking Phone Book with additional support from the Sidney Knight Endowment.

Program: Symposium, "A Thirst for Change: Awareness to Action," September 4, 2008; Gallery Talk, Susan Cooksey, September
4, 2008











July 8 September 21, 2008
S.F.I. Rotunda
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey
Cultivating Spirits: The Art ofSepik River Yam Displays
focused on the ritual display of yams that occurs around
the time of harvest in Sepik River societies. For some
people, yams are not only a vital food source but also
the embodiment of clan ancestors and male power,
which is promoted throughout clan-based associations.
Male members of these societies construct enormous
pitched-roof houses for storage and the display of yams
and adorn them with painted reliefs and freestanding
sculptures. Sepik River yams, which may grow up to 12
feet in length, are decorated and displayed in elaborate
constructions. The essential purpose of these ceremonies
is to enhance the status of male yam cultivators and, by
extension, their clan members and ancestors. Ultimately,
the exchange and consumption of yams among clans
reinforces community partnerships. The exhibition
included 14 works of art from the Harn collection and
11 on loan from the C. Frederick and Aase B. Thompson
Foundation. The exhibition was made possible by S.F.I.

Programs: Collector Talk, Rick and Aase Thompson,
July 13, 2008; Lecture, Jackie Lewis Harris, September
18, 2008; Lecture, Sean Sexton and Spence Guerin,
September 18, 2008


July 15 October 19, 2008
Gallery C
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall
The 45 digital pigment inkjet prints by Maggie Taylor
showcased her innovative mastery of digital image
manipulation and gave fresh insight into Lewis Carroll's
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Taylor's composite
images usually started with an original photographic
portrait-often a daguerreotype or tintype from the mid-
19th century setting of "Alice" and its author Carroll. Her
digital transformations brought out the disconcerting
fantasy that is at the heart of Carroll's playfully ironic
writing. Taylor's photographic prints, like Carroll's beloved
text, engaged imaginative minds of all ages, delighting
adults as much as children. Her mastery of digital processes
provided inspiration to working contemporary artists and
photographers pushing the boundaries of new media. This
exhibition was made possible by a gift from a generous donor
with additional support provided by the Londono Family
Endowment.

Programs: Family Day, Book Making, July 19, 2008; Gallery
Talk, Tom Southall, July 20, 2008; Teacher Meeting,
August 13 14, 2008; Lecture, Maggie Taylor, September
14, 2008; Poetry Reading, September 25, 2008; Museum
Nights MUSE Event, September 25, 2008; Pop-Up Book
Demonstration, Kyle Olmon, October 2, 2008; Panel
Discussion, "Perspectives on Alice," October 12, 2008


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August 12, 2008 August 2, 2009
Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion October 11, 2008 -
Organized by: Ham Museum of Art January 25, 2009
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Gladys Gracy Harn Exhibition Hall
Kerry Oliver-Smith and S.F.I. Rotunda
Momentum explored the notion of time as Organized by: Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach
it is expressed in contemporary art, focusing
it is expressed in contemporary art, focusing Coordinating Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Romin
on enduring traditions, changing cultures Promises ofParadise: Staging Mid-Century Miami was a groundbreaking exhibition
and radical breaks. The exhibition built .
devoted to the architects, designers and urban planners of mid-20th-century
on ideas of history and time, including
on ideas of history and time, including Miami and their contributions to American modernism. Through a selection of
geological history and the more immediate more than 200 extraordinary objects from 30 lenders, the exhibition showcases
time of singular events, unfolded in the architectural designs, furniture, textiles and decorative arts of some of South
different modes and at different speeds. Florida's most talented and innovative designers, such as Alfred Browning Parker,
The exhibition featured 30 photographs by Morris Lapidus, George Farkas, Frederick Rank and Kay Pancoast. The exhibition
Andy Warhol. These works were a part of a
Andy arhol. ese works were a part ofa incorporated a wide range of interdisciplinary fields, such as architecture, history
gift of 150 of the artist's original Polaroid of design, city planning, historic preservation, historical studies and tourism
photographs and gelatin silver prints from
photographs and gelatin silver prints from management. Promises ofParadise: Staging Mid-Century Miami was organized by
the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual the Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, and was made possible by the National
Arts. The exhibition was made possible by Endowment for the Humanities. The exhibition was made possible locally by ERA
the Talking Phone Book with additional Trend Realty.
support from the 150th Anniversary
Cultural Plaza Endowment.
Programs: Lecture Series, "Preservation Problems, September 11, 25 and
October 8, 2008; Educator Workshop, Curriculum for Elementary Art Educators,
Program: Gallery Talk, Kerry Oliver-Smith, October 15, 2008; Lecture, Mallory O'Connor, October 23, 2008; Family
September 21, 2008; Museum Nights Day, Architectural Drawing, October 25, 2008; Museum Nights MUSE Event,
MUSE Event, October 9, 2008; Exhibition L*
MUSE Ent, October 9, 2 ; Eibion November 6, 2008; Workshop, "Preserving the Recent Past in Florida, November
Spotlight Tours, October 5 and December 6 9, 2008; Lecture, Allan Shulman, November 6, 2008; Gallery Talk, Al Parker,
7, 2008, and March 1 and June 7, 2009 November 9, 2008; Gallery Talk, Dulce Romin, November 16, 2008; Exhibition
Spotlight Tour, January 18, 2009; Lecture, Historic Preservation, January 25, 2009




November 12, 2008 December 20, 2009 about the objects in the exhibition. Their interpretive text
Gallery C was used in Between the Beads and featured on the exhibition
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art Web site, which was developed with the UF Digital Library
Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey Center; Katerie Gladdys, assistant professor of digital media;
This exhibition focused on the many ways that African Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler, digital production supervisor;
beadwork "speaks" in a visually coded language to convey and Katherine McGonigle, digital media graduate student
thoughts about personal relationships, family ties, wealth, and Harn Museum of Art intern. You may visit the Web site
religious beliefs, and social and political standing. Between at www.harn.ufl.edu/beadwork. The exhibition was made
the Beads illuminated the historical and cultural contexts of possible by a gift from a generous donor with additional
bead use, meaning and production, showing how beads of support from the Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart Endowment for
many materials, colors, sizes and shapes have embellished the Focus Exhibitions.
human body and have been used in sculptural displays. The P : E n S t T N 1
exhibition is the result of collaboration between Curator Program: n Spotlit To, Noember 2008;
of African Art Dr. Susan Cooksey and Assistant Professor Gallery Talk, Susan Cooksey, December 7, 2008; Beadwork
of African Art Dr. Susan Cooksey and Assistant Professor Dm r 20
Demonstration, Holly Merton, February 1, 2009; Lecture,
of Art History Dr. Victoria Rovine. Students in Rovine's o Mr, rury 1 2
Victoria Rovine, February 1, 2009; Museum Nights MUSE
Clothing and Textiles in Africa class conducted research Vtra Rvne,
C Event, February 19, 2009








February 24, 2009 September 13, 2009
S.F.I. Rotunda
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Roman ,,. .' ~
Uncommon Glazes: American Art Pottery, 180o -
1950 celebrated the beauty, variety and innov.rc,., do
artistic ceramics made in America from the latc 1 Hl,
to the mid-20th centuries. The period of indut! !.,I
growth following the Civil War led to an ever-.,, ''i" ;
middle class who wanted beautiful and well-m.,d,
ceramics at affordable prices. Art pottery-pottery
used for decorating and not for any practical function-played an important role in the decoration of middle-class homes
in America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This exhibition presented 45 examples by the leading art potters of
the period, such as Rookwood, Wheatley, Roseville, Weller and Newcomb. These examples were drawn from several private
collections, most notably that of Dr. Max Nickerson, a University of Florida herpetologist who has acquired American art
pottery for the last 40 years, and the Two Red Roses Foundation in Palm Harbor, Florida. The exhibition was organized by
the Harn Museum of Art and made possible by Jack and Eileen Smith with additional support from the Eloise R. Chandler
Program Endowment.

Program: Collector Talk, Max Nickerson, March 22, 2009







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Gladys Gracy Harn Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Art Services International, Alexandria, Virginia
Coordinating Curator: Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason Steuber
The Samuel P. Harn Memorial Exhibition Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco
and Modernism in Japan celebrated Japanese kimono created during the
late 19th and early 20th centuries, one of the most dynamic periods in the
history ofJapan's national costume. The exhibition of approximately 100
kimono included formal, semiformal and casual kimono and kimono-
related garments. Many of these garments reflected historical continuity of
designs and techniques, while others exhibited a dramatic shift from kimono
tradition. The exhibition focused on the early 20th century, the final era of the
"living" kimono, that is, when the kimono still remained the dress of choice
for the majority of people in Japan. It continued through the 1940s, when
Western clothes replaced the kimono for everyday wear, and the garment
assumed a largely formal and ceremonial meaning.

The kimono featured in the exhibition were drawn from the internationally
renowned Montgomery Collection of Lugano, Switzerland. The exhibition
was organized and circulated by Art Services International, Alexandria,
Virginia. The exhibition was made possible locally by the AEC Trust.

C Programs: Lecture, Annie van Assche, March 8, 2009; Exhibition Spotlight
Tour, March 15, 2009; Lecture and Tea Ceremony Demonstration, Shozo
Sato, March 16, 2009; Educator Workshop, March 18, 2009; Museum Nights
MUSE Event, March 19, 2009; Lecture, Melissa Rinne, March 29, 2009;
Gallery Talk, Jason Steuber, May 3, 2009











March 10 August 30,2009 R #
S.F.I. Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall
This selection of photographs, dated from the 1860s to recent
years, focused on the collection's growing strength of landscape
photographs that celebrate the beauty of the American
landscape and explore how human presence has transformed
and often threatened our natural environment. The exhibition
encompassed a selection that was as varied as the terrain that the
photographs depicted. They ranged from early photographs by F. J. Haynes of the spectacular Yellowstone landscape
to a recent composite view by Mark Klett, showing how Lake Tenaya in Yosemite has been viewed and reinterpreted
by numerous photographers during the past 150 years. The exhibition was made possible by the Sidney Knight
Endowment.

Programs: Panel Discussion, Ben Martinkus, Taylor Stein and Rick Stepp, April 13, 2009; Museum Nights MUSE
Event, April 16, 2009; Family Day, Earth Day Celebration, April 18, 2009; Gallery Talk, Tom Southall, April 18,
2009; Exhibition Spotlight Tour, April 19, 2009













June 16 September 6, 2009
Gladys Gracy Harn Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York,
in association with the Slobodkina Foundation
Coordinating Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Romain
Rediscovering Slobodkina: A Pioneer ofAmerican Abstraction was
a major retrospective celebrating the life and work of Esphyr
Slobodkina (1908 2002), a pioneer in the development of abstract art and a founding member of the American
Abstract Artists group. Born in Siberia and raised in remote industrial outposts, Slobodkina first learned design
from her mother, a dressmaker. Later she studied at New York's National Academy of Design. Organized to
coincide with the centennial of Slobodkina's birth, the exhibition spanned the artist's entire career, ranging from
her early artistic efforts of the 1920s to her final sculpture, completed in 2001 at age 92. The exhibition included
more than 60 paintings, drawings and mixed media constructions that reflected Slobodkina's distinct style based
in collage and assemblage. Rediscovering Slobodkina was organized by the Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington,
New York, in association with the Slobodkina Foundation. The exhibition was made possible locally by an
anonymous donor with additional support from the Eloise R. Chandler Program Endowment.

Programs: Family Day, Collage, June 20, 2009; Exhibition Spotlight Tour, June 21, 2009; Lecture, Ann Marie
Mulhearn Sayer, June 21, 2009








Chandler Auditorium
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith
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My Winnipeg, Guy Maddin
September 23, 2008
Guy Maddin's wry pseudo-documentary or "docu-fantasia"
investigated his hometown, "snowy, sleep-walking Winnipeg."

Experimental Shorts, Evening I
October 7, 2008
Leaving behind new technologies and the special effects of
computer animation, these artists used low-tech and handcrafted
work, including painting, drawing, collage and puppetry to
produce their films.

Animal, Carlos Amorales
Destiny Manifesto, Martha Colburn
Prototype (God Bless America!), Martha Rosier
Rosa Rosa, Flix Dufour-Laperriere
La Nuit, Karen Yasinsky
When the Day Breaks, Amada Forbis and
Wendy Tilby
What Visions Burn, Ezra Johnson

Mock Up on Mu, Craig Baldwin
October 21, 2008
Co-sponsored with FLEX Films.
This subversive film focused on postwar California, targeting issues
such as rocket science, contemporary politics, conspiracy theories
and the occult. In Baldwin's words, he traced the "simultaneous
rise and convergence of New Age religious cults, the military/
aerospace industrial complex and modern-day myths from Disney
to certain sci-fi overlords."

Experimental Shorts, Evening II
October 28, 2008
Films exhibited during the second night of shorts featured culture
and the economy of different countries in singular ways.

Capitalism: ChildLabor, KenJacobs
Hanky PankyJanuary 1902, Ken Jacobs
Nymph, Ken Jacobs
Beirut Outtakes, Peggy Ahwesh
A Short Film for Laos, Allan Sekula

Prater, Ulrike Ottinger
November 18, 2008
Internationally acclaimed and avant-garde filmmaker Ulrike
Ottinger focused on Prater, Vienna's legendary amusement park,
in a film that has been called part documentary and part updated
version of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."


UFFilm and Media Studies
Student Film Screening
December 5, 2008
The RISKseason closed
with a screening of student
films. Created by students in
the film and media studies
program at the University of
Florida, the films showcased
the innovative work of the Ulrike Ottinger, Prater, 2007, 107 min., c...r I rll
next generation of filmmakers.



At Sea, Peter Hutton
January 20, 2009
Co-sponsored with FLEX Films.
Peter Hutton creates poetic documentaries, silent and
majestic cinematic portraits of cities and landscapes from
around the world. At Sea evoked his experience of nearly 40
years as a sea merchant crossing the world's oceans.

Trouble the Water, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal
February 3, 2009
Tia Lessin and Carl Deal are a filmmaking team and human
rights activists living in Brooklyn, New York. For this film,
they collaborated with native New Orleans filmmaker and
musician, Kimberly Rivers Roberts and her husband, Scott
Roberts, to document the continual effects of Hurricane
Katrina on the city's population.

Bernadette, Duncan Campbell
February 17, 2009
Irish-born Duncan Campbell's experimental documentary,
Bernadette, is a compilation of archival material, new footage,
animation and scripted voice-overs depicting Northern Irish
Republican, Bernadette Devlin.

The Chicken Soup, Mario Rizzi
March 3, 2009
Mario Rizzi is a moving image artist making single-screen
projections and multi-screen installations. Rizzi's work
reflects his interest in the uprooting forces of neo-liberal
globalization.

UF Film and Media Studies Student Film Screening
April 21, 2009
The final evening of RISK Cinema featured films created
by students in the film and media studies program at the
University of Florida.










Cuba Avant-Garde: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Farber Collection
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver Smith
On display at the Ham Museum from May 29 through September 9, 2007, this exhibition featured 58 works by 42
Cuban-born artists who live in and outside of Cuba. Large-scale paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs and
mixed-media works highlighted the cultural mixing, aesthetic diversity and critical voice that reflect the tendencies
of international contemporary art, but more importantly, emerge from the distinct circumstances of Cuba itself.
Independent in spirit, artists whose work was featured in the exhibition challenge singular global perspectives while
insisting on a multiplicity of aesthetic and political strategies. During this year, the exhibition traveled to one other
venue. The exhibition was made possible locally by Nationwide and the Nationwide Foundation.

Travel Itinerary
Organized by the Ham Museum of Art in partnership with Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions.


John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota, Florida
October 7 December 31, 2007

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon
October 4, 2008 -January 4, 2009


Architecture Lectures
January 12, 2008 1 Pablo Castro
September 9, 2008 | Robert Luntz
September 29, 2008 | Marvin Goodman
October 13, 2008 | Carlo Pozzi
November 3, 2008 | Herr Tomecek
November 17, 2008 | Guy Peterson
March 6, 2009 | DVD Screening: Michael Minor

Art for Life
October 7, 2008 | Art for Life presentation at
Gainesville Health Care Center
November 21, 2008 | Art for Life presentation
at the Atrium
February 12, 2009 | Art for Life presentation
at Oak Hammock
April 28, 2009 | Art for Life presentation at
Oak Hammock
June 22, 2009 | Art for Life presentation at
Oak Hammock


Winnepeg Art Gallery
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
October 15, 2009 -January 10, 2010

Lowe Art Museum
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida
February 6 April 4, 2010

Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, New York
June 27 September 19, 2010


Book Signing
October 2,2009 | Debora Greger and William Logan

Educator Workshops
August 13, 2008 | Teacher meeting, Back-to-school
Alachua County art educators
August 14, 2008 | Teacher meeting, Back-to-school
Alachua County Global Languages educators
November 10, 2008 | AAM Webinar, Excellence and
Equity Webinar for regional museum educators






Harn Eminent Scholar Lectures
These events are organized by the School of Art and
Art History and co-sponsored by the Harn Museum
ofArt.

November 20, 2008 | Margaret Werth
January 22, 2009 | Keith Davis
February 4, 2009 | Bernadette Fort
February 18, 2009 Ed Shaughnessy
February 19, 2009 | William Truettner
March 19, 2009 | Charles Green

Lectures
October 5, 2008 | Rustin Levenson
October 9, 2008 Joe Roman

MindSight
April 4, 2009 | Partnership with Gator Lions Club

School of Art and Art History Visiting Artist
Lecture
October 16, 2008 | KerryJames Marshall


Studio Classes
January 15 February 19, 2009 Watercolor Class,
Beginner and Intermediate

Tot Time
Tot Time was made possible by a generous grant from the
Wachovia Foundation.

July 29, August 1, 2008 | Rock, Paper, Scissors:
Materials Artists Use
August 26, September 5, 2008 | Looking at Line
September 30, October 3, 2008 | Same and Different
October 28, November 7, 2008 | People in Art
December 5, 2008, January 27, March 6, 2009 |
Sculpture
February 6, February 24, 2009 | Playing with Pattern
March 31, April 3, 2009 | Design Motifs
April 28, May 1, 2009 | Outside in Nature in Art
May 26, June 5, 2009 | Same and Different
June 30, 2009 | Looking at Line


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UF PARTNERSHIPS


The Har Museum is an integral part of the University of Florida.
The museum contributes to an interconnected, international
community by integrating the arts and culture into curricula
throughout UF's system of colleges and centers and
partnering with campus organizations. Below are examples
from the past year.


Baldwin Library for Historical Children's Literature
The Har Museum collaborated with Rita Smith, associate
director of the Center for Children's Literature and Culture
and curator at the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's
Literature, to present Alice EverAfter. Related to Almost
Alice: New I//llusn.ions of Wonderland by Maggie Taylor, the
installation was on view in the Bishop Study Center for the
duration of the exhibition.

Center for Asian Studies
With the Center for Asian Studies, the Harn Museum co-
sponsored "Collectors, Collections and Collecting the Art
of Ancient China: Histories and Challenges," a symposium
featuring 11 eminent scholars from around the world.

Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research
Professors from the Center for Women's Studies and Gender
Research spoke at "A Thirst for Change: Awareness to
Action," a symposium about water issues, which related to
Cross-Currents in Recent Video Installation: Water as Metaphor
for Identity.

College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
The Harn Museum hosted a panel discussion featuring
professors from the forest resources and conservation department
and the environmental science department. The program was
held in conjunction with Landscape Perspectives: Highlights
from the Photography Collection.

Warrington College of Business Administration
The Har Museum collaborated with the Center for
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Warrington College of
Business to host JumpsART, a workshop about the business of
being an artist.

College of Design, Construction and Planning
Curatorial staff collaborated with the Roy Graham, professor in
the historic preservation department of the College of Design,
Construction and Planning, to present a public workshop about
the architecture of Florida's recent past. The workshop related to
Promises ofParadise: Staging Mid-Century Miami.


Roy Graham, professor in the College of Design, Construction
and Planning, held his Introduction to Historic Preservation
class at the Harn Museum. The class related to Promises of
Paradise: StagingMid-Century Miami.

College of Fine Arts
Anna Calluori Holcombe and Glenn Willumson from
the School of Art and Art History participated with Jason
Steuber, Cofrin Curator of Asian Art, and Dulce Roman,
curator of modern art, to form a cooperative agreement
between the Harn Museum, the University of Florida
School of Art and Art History and Glasgow University for the
exchange of faculty, students, curators and art.

The Harn Museum partnered with the School of Art and Art
History and other campus units to plan a panel discussion
about the Harn exhibition Almost Alice: New Illustrations of
Wonderland by Maggie Taylor.

Curatorial staff led tours of Promises of Paradise: StagingMid-
Century Miami for two of Brian Slawson's Graphic Design
Ideas classes.

The Har Museum along with Victoria Rovine, associate
professor of art history, partnered with the Digital Library
Center to create content for the Web site for Between the
Beads: ReadingAfrican Beadwork.

The School of Art and Art History co-sponsored "Collectors,
Collections and Collecting the Art of Ancient China:
Histories and Challenges," held in February 2009.

The Har Museum partnered with the School of Art and Art
History to present the series of M.F.A. photography students'
final critiques.

The Harn Museum hosted the Harn Eminent Scholar lecture
series organized by the School of Art and Art History.

The Har Museum partnered with the School of Art and Art
History to choose interns to receive stipends supported by
the Langley Endowment.

College ofJournalism and Communications
Education and curatorial staff presented to journalism
professor Johanna Cleary's Covering the Arts class.






College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The Ham Museum partnered with the English department and
other campus units to present the panel discussion related to
Almost Alice: New I//lsutlr.ions of Wonderland by Maggie Taylor.

Professors and students from the religion department spoke
during the symposium "A Thirst for Change: Awareness to
Action."

Anthropology doctoral candidate Jonathan Walz
contributed samples ofbeadwork from his excavations and his
research to the exhibition Between the Beads: ReadingAfrican
Beadwork.

The Harn Museum partnered with the film and media studies
program in the English department to present RISK Cinema
student film screenings.

Harn Museum employees joined Dr. Vasudha Narayanan,
professor of religion, to take Narayanan's class to view an
exhibition in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The Harn Museum hosted Debora Greger and William Logan,
professors of creative writing in the English department, for a
book signing and lecture.

Common Reading Program
The Harn Museum collaborated with the common reading
program to present "A Thirst for Change: Awareness to
Action." The program about water issues related to "When
the Rivers Run Dry," the book chosen by a committee of
faculty, staff and students for all first-year students to read.

Cultural Plaza Institutions
Before the first football game of the 2008 season against
the University of Hawaii, the Har Museum, the Florida
Museum and the University of Florida Performing Arts joined
to celebrate Hawaiian culture with Florida Aloha.

InJanuary 2009, the Ham Museum and the Florida Museum of
Natural History joined to organize and host Creativity in the Arts
and Sciences, giving undergraduate students in the arts and
sciences an opportunity to present their work and compete
for awards.

The Harn Museum and the Florida Museum of Natural
History collaborated to present the Earth Day Festival.
The event offered musical and dance performances,plein
air painting and information about sustainability from
community organizations.

Curatorial staff at the Harn Museum and Sonia and Renzo
Duin, doctoral students at UF, collaborated with Susan
Milbrath, curator of Latin American art and archaeology at
the Florida Museum of Natural History, to organize Voicing
Indigenous ARTifacts: Amazonian Featherwork, which opened
at the Harn Museum of Art July 7, 2009.


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Digital Library Center
Harn Museum staff worked with Katerie Gladdys, assistant
professor of digital media; Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler,
digital production supervisor; and Katherine McGonigle,
digital media graduate student and Har Museum of Art
intern; to produce the exhibition Web site forBetween the
Beads: ReadingAfrican Beadwork.

Fredric G. Levin College of Law
Curatorial staff presented information about Promises of
Paradise: Staging Mid-Century Miami to Kathy Price's Art
Law class.

The Harn Museum partnered with the College of Law to
offer an internship position researching copyright law.

Office of the Dean of Students
Curatorial staff advised two students through the university
minority mentor program.

Student Government
A continuing partnership with Student Government
provided the opportunity for the museum to stay open
on select Thursday evenings and offer student-focused
programming with Museum Nights.

Water Institute
The Har Museum joined with the Water Institute and
Florida's Eden to present "A Thirst for Change: Awareness to
Action."








FINANCIAL


(as of June 30, 2009)

Acquisitions
Programs
Curatorial
Internships
Technology
Conservation

Total


Lectures
Gallery Talks
Tours
Family Days
Tot Time
School Tours
Educator Workshops
Studio Classes


Attendance
2008- 2009
2007- 2008
2006- 2007
2005- 2006
2004- 2005


FUND TOTAL
$6,126,485
$3,968,619
$2,123,830
$207,184
$152,420
$294,808

$12,873,346


July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009
UNRESTRICTED
FUNDS
Contributions $524,360
State Match 0
Contributions/Artwork 0
Government Support 1,603,435
Grants 134,447
Membership 174,101
Investment Income/ 19,231


Realized Gains
Auxiliary Revenues


214,019


$2,669,593


Personnel Costs
General and Administrative
Galleries, Curatorial and
Exhibitions
Education
Development and Marketing
Auxiliary Expenses
Other Expenses*


2,515
400
4,621
802
1,131
3,382
103
67


Transfers


Beginning Fund Balance
(July 1, 2008)

Net Surplus/(deficit)


88,195
91,888
100,936
92,306
79,844


$1,838,443
341,421
273,899

62,164
168,219
165,145
0
$2,849,292



$215,461
$0


RESTRICTED
FUNDS
$733,220
150,000
627,439
0
0
0
($2,359,913)


TOTAL
FUNDS
$1,257,580
150,000
627,439
1,603,435
134,447
174,101
(2,340,682)


0 214,019

($849,254) $1,82o.39


$0
135,499
0

0
0
0
335,194
$470,693


$1,838,443
476,920
273,899

62,164
168,219
165,145
335,194
$3,319,985


($215,461)
$0


$1,082,180 $40,781,757 $41,863,937


($179,699) ($1,319,947) ($1,499,646)

$1,117,942 $39,246,349 $40,364,291


(June 30, 2009)


as ofJune 30, 2009
UNRESTRICTED
assets FUNDS
Cash and Cash Equivalents $704,356
Investments at Fair Value 414,638
Permanent Collection 0
Real Estate Held for Resale 0


RESTRICTED
FUNDS
$385,699
12,772,023
25,688,156
400,500


TOTAL
FUNDS
$1,090,055
13,186,660
25,688,156
400,500


This report includes unaudited
accrual-based financial information
for the year ended June 30, 2009,
and is not intended to represent a
complete financial statement presentation.

*The $335,194 of Expenses-Other
Expenses were expended for NEH
grant art storage renovation.


$1,118,993 $39,246,378 $40,365,371



s
$1,051 $29 $1,080
1,117,942 39.246.349 40.364.291


Liabilities
Net Assets


$1,118,993 $39,246,378 $40,365,371


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SUPPORT


Endowments
The Kathleen M. Axline
Acquisition Endowment
April1991
Established for the purchase of
Asian art

The Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition
Fund
December 1991
Established for the purchase
of art

The Eloise R. Chandler Program
Endowment
September 1994
Established for program support

The Michael A. Singer Fund
October 1996
Established for support of the
Bishop Study Center

The S.FI. Endowment
December 1996
Established for support of
educational programs and the
Bishop Study Center

The Sidney Knight Endowment
July 1997
Established for support of
exhibitions and programs

The Criser Internship Fund
November 1997
Established for support of UF
student museum internships

The Har Program Endowment
December 1997
Established for support of
exhibitions and programs

The Melvin and Lorna Rubin
Fund
January 1998
Established for the acquisition
of photography


The Wachovia Foundation
Museum Technology
Endowment
April 1999
Established to enhance
museum technology, which
supports teaching, research
and programs. (originally
established as The First
Union Foundation Museum
Technology Endowment and
changed with the bank mergers
in August 2002)

The David A. Cofrin
Acquisition Endowment
December 2000
Established to support art
acquisitions

The Londono Family
Endowment
December 2000
Established to support
exhibitions and programs

The Dixie Neilson Museum
Studies Registration Internship
December 2000
Established to support
internships for those with a
career interest in museum
registration

The Phil and Barbara Emmer
Art Acquisition Endowment
January 2002
Established to support art
acquisitions

The Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart
Endowment for Focus
Exhibitions at the Harn
Museum of Art
May 2003
Established to support
exhibition collaborations of
Har curators with UF faculty

The 150th Anniversary Cultural
Plaza Endowment
January 2004
Established for program support

The Myra L. Engelhardt
and Lawrence E. Malvern
Endowment
November 2004
Established to support lectures


The Fogler Family Endowment
December 2004
Established to support American
art acquisitions

The Margaret J. Early Program
Endowment
December 2004
Established for unrestricted
support at the director's
discretion

The Cofrin Curator of Asian Art
February 2005
Established to fund the curatorial
position, research and travel for
the curator ofAsian art

The Ruth Pruitt Phillips
Endowment
July 2005
Established to support art
acquisitions

The Laura and Kenneth Berns
Docent Program Endowment
December 2005
Established to support
student internships, teaching
programs and research related to
the Ham's educational docent
programs

The John Early Publications
Endowment
January 2006
Established to support scholarly
publications at the museum

The Dixie and Peter Neilson
Conservation Endowment
February 2006
Established to support the
conservation of the museum's
collections

The Harold Walton & Margaret
Har Goforth Endowment
November 2006
Established by their children,
HalW. Goforth, Jr., Sam H.
Goforth and Margaret Goforth
Glass, to support teaching
and educational programs of the
museum


The Gladys Har Harris Art
Acquisition Endowment
January 2007
Established by David and Mary
Ann Cofrin to honor her sister
and to support art acquisitions
at the Har Museum of Art

Harn National Art
Council
Norman and Irma Braman
Miami, Florida

David and Mary Ann Cofrin
Gainesville, Florida

Bill and Hazel Hough
St. Petersburg, Florida

Joe Goldberg, Ex-officio
Miami, Florida

Chris Machen, Ex-officio
Gainesville, Florida

Bob and Nancy Magoon
Aspen, Colorado

Ryan Moseley, Ex-officio
Gainesville, Florida

Kevin Reilly, Ex-officio
Gainesville, Florida

Doug Regan
Chicago, Illinois

Melvin and Lorna Rubin
Gainesville, Florida

Ned Sachs
Naples, Florida

Steve and Carol Shey
Alachua, Florida

Ron Shore
Brisbane, California

Rick and Aase Thompson
Gainesville, Florida

Don and Beverley Vining
Naples, Florida










Exhibition Circle
George and Elizabeth Bedell
Philip and Phyllis DeLaney
Gale and Virginia Ford
Peter and Lisa Gearen
Roy E. Graham
Scott and Lisa Herndon
Bob and Lisa Jerry
Bernie and Chris Machen
Hector Puig and Dr. Yi Zhang-
Puig
Stephen and Carol Shey
Franci Stavropoulos
Rachel Tench
Rick and Aase Thompson

Come for Cocktails Hosts
Haunch of Venison
KooNewYork
Laurence Miller Gallery

Gifts

Corporate Matching
AT&T Foundation
ExxonMobil Foundation
Merck
Northwestern Mutual
Foundation, Inc.
Marshall E. Rinker, Sr.
Foundation, Inc.

In-Kind (Art)
Mr. Charles L. Allen
Budd and Julia C. Bishop
C. Frederick and Aase B.
Thompson Foundation
Mr. Achamyeleh Debela
Mr. Robert W. Fichter
Dr. William M. Fox
Mr. Marc Ginzberg
Mrs. Elaine Glass
Mr. Robert C. Heideman
Mr. and Mrs. Larry N. Jacobs
Mr. Mark Klett
Mr. John Mendell
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Mordes
Ms. Dianora Niccolini
Mr. Kenneth Pfeiffer
Ms. Barbara Jo Revelle
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rootenberg
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Roth
Ms. Brook Smith
Mr. Jason M. Steuber
Ms. Evon Streetman
Andy Warhol Foundation for the
Visual Arts


Dr. and Mrs. E. Travis York
Mr. Joseph P. Zimmerman
Mr. Del Zogg

In-Kind (Non-Art)
C. Frederick and Aase B.
Thompson Foundation
Central Florida Office Supply Co.
Christie's
Dorn's Liquors, Inc.
Emiliano's Cafe LLC
Garden Gate Nursery
Haunch of Venison
Hector Framing Gallery
Ms. Kelly Henderson
KooNewYork
Rustin Levenson Art
Conservation Associates
Mildred's Big City Food
Dr. Rebecca M. Nagy
Premier Productions
Southeastern Funding Partners
LLLP
The Talking Phone Book

Commemorative
Gift in memory of Marie-
Antoinette Brady
Alachua County Fire Rescue
Delectable Collectables
Dr. Liselotte B Hof-Weber and
Dr. Peter Weber
Gift in memory of Dr. Margaret
J. Early
Anonymous
Ms. Bonnie Ericson
Ms. Ann C. Howe
Dr. Patrick A. Ryan
Ms. Frances H. Shibata
Mr. Stephen J. Thompson and
Mrs. Penelope L. Thompson
Dr. Willa J. Wolcott and Mr.
Edward O. Wolcott
Dr. John M. Zbikowski
Gift in memory of Morris and
Sylvia Greenberg
Ms. Barbara Harrison
Gift in memory ofJack Reginald
Smith
Bovay and Cook, P.A.
Mr. Robert C. Kloeppel and
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Kloeppel
Gift in honor of Dr. and. Mrs.
David A. Cofrin
Mr. Jason M. Steuber


$100,000- $249,999
AEC Trust
Andy Warhol Foundation for the
Visual Arts
State Endowment Matching Gifts

$50,000 $99,999
H. Russell & Deirdre D. Fogler

$10,000- $49,999
C. Frederick and Aase B.
Thompson Foundation
E. Rhodes & Leona B. Carpenter
Foundation
Cash Donations- Harn Museum
Madelyn M. Lockhart
The Jeffrey Horvitz Foundation
Rick & Aase B. Thompson

$1,000 $4,999
Darin R. Cook
Marshall M. & Paula P. Criser
Carol A. Fitzsimmons
KooNewYork
Phoebe C. & Richard G. Miles
Rebecca M. Nagy
Marshall E. Rinker, Sr.
Foundation, Inc.
Susan S. & W Robert Rout
Jack R. (d) & Eileen M. Smith
Richard T. & Mrs. Jean W Smith
Wachovia Foundation

Up to $1,000
Cara R. Anderson Rosas
Helen Beaty
Phoebe H. Bowers
Dalton R. and Ann G. Burch
Central Florida Office Supply Co.
Donna L. Cohen
Professor Stuart R. and Charna
R. Cohn
Susan E. Cooksey
Jacqueline B. Davison
George A. Dell, Jr.
Sheila K. Dickison
Fern Garden Club
Carol D. Finlayson
Florida Capital Bank
Mary A. Forrest
Kay A. Garrison
Paul S. and Mrs. Reisa George
Carol J. Glazer and John
Colamarino
Herbert E. and Judy N.
Hammond
Scott and Lisa Herndon


Jane K. and Norman N. Holland
William R. and Hazel C. Hough
Mrs. D. Emily Humphreys-Beher
Jean M. LeMire
Life's a Trip Tours, Inc.
Dr. J. Bernard Machen and
Christine A. Machen
Joan M. Mangan
Elizabeth B. Mann
Mary E. Markowitz
Kenneth R. and Linda C.
McGurn
Ryan E. Merkel
Christine W Miller
Frank G. and Esther E. Nordlie
OakleafVillage Elementary
School
Jacqueline B. Orlando
April Race
Marisa D. Ramirez
Richardson Middle School
Dulce M. Romin
Elias H. Sarkis, M.D.
Staci Smith
Robert P. and Mrs. Jan Ellen
Summers
Don Q. and Beverley W. Vining
Diane and Peter Voyentzie
Audrey H. Wiesenfeld
Kathryn R. Williams
Chang-Yu Wu

Sponsors
AEC Trust
Anonymous****
ERA Trend Realty
S.FI.
The Talking Phone Book

*sponsored multiple exhibitions










Donors to the
Annual Fund
Dr. Mark V. Barrow, Sr.
Herbert and Barbara Boothroyd
Phoebe H. Bowers
Robert A. Bryan
Cecilia A. and Donald Caton
Paulette Chaplin
Johanna Cleary and Cindi
Miller
Armstrong and Cohen
Architecture
Charna and Stuart Cohn
Jacqueline Davison
Philip and Phyllis DeLaney
N. Lawrence and Catherine M.
Edwards
Carol Finlayson
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard T. FurlowJr.
Ms. Kay Anne Garrison
Paul and Reisa George
Mark and Janice Gold
Kelly Henderson
Ms. Louise Hildebrand
Norman and Jane Holland
Tom and Jane Johnson
Richard and Linda Kelecy
Dean Lucinda Lavelli and Mr.
Kenneth Webster
Robert and Nancy Magoon
Mary E. Markowitz
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Martin
Brian and Margaret McKibben
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meeks
Ryan E. Merkel
Frank and Esther Nordlie
Ann and N.Y. Ohr
Jacqueline Orlando, Ph.D.
Vivian and Kenneth Pfeiffer
David and Regina Richardson
Ned R. Sachs
Craig Salley and Wanda
Rentfrow
Willard G. Shafer and Susan
W. Shafer
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Shands
Robert and Jan Summers
Monty P. Trainer
Dr. and Mrs. John Updegrove
Diane and Peter Voyentzie
Ward and Ruth S. Wagner
Audrey Wiesenfeld
Dr. Kathryn R. Williams


Come for Dinner
Participants
Pat Abbitt
Dr. Amalia Alvarez
Dina Atalig
Elizabeth Bedell
Edward Blue
Jack Bierley
Tifi Bierley
Judy Brashear
Frank Buchanan****
Tia Buchanan
Mary Cade
John Carlson
Pat Carlson
Donald Cavanaugh
Dr. David Cofrin
Mary Ann Cofrin
Ani Collier
Susan Cooksey
Carol Crevasse
Byron Croker
Dustin Curbow**
Holly Curbow*
Elizabeth Davis
Lou DeLaney*
Philip DeLaney
Phyllis DeLaney*
Oscar B. de Paz
Wanda de Paz
Joe Dertien
George Elmore
Jayne Elmore
Cherie Fine
Jack Fine
Campbell Ford
Kathy Gibson
Harvey Goldstein
Jayne Grant
Joe Grant
Tina Grossman
Dr. Lamar Hatcher
Lisa Herndon
Patricia Herndon
Scott Herndon
Hazel Hough
William Hough
Dr. Bertram J. Hughes
Emily Humphreys-Beher
Jorge Ibanez
Rachel Inman
Linda Jackson
Jean Jakes
Malcolm King
Susan King
Jackie Lamb
Jeff Lamb


Richard V. Lechowich
Elizabeth Mann***
Charles Mason
Nancy G. Mason
Ginny Maurer
Cydney McGlothlin
Mark McGlothlin
Jennifer McIntosh
Thomas McIntosh
Martin McKellar*
Joan McTigue
Phoebe Cade Miles
Barbara Genthner Moritz
Rebecca Nagy
Laura Nemmers
Kerry Oliver-Smith
Paul Ossi
Susie Ossi
Alfred Browning Parker
Euphrosyne Parker
Brian Peddie
Susannah Peddie*
Paul Robell
Susan Robell
Dulce Romin
Bill Rossi
Deborah Rossi
Mike Reuschel*
Susan Reuschel*
Judith Russell*
Elias Sarkis
Stephanie Sarkis
Vicki Santello*******
Beverly Sensbach
Jon Sensbach
Carol Shey
Steve Shey
Dr. Douglas L. Smith
Tom Southall
Dr. Anita Spring
Franci Stavropoulos
Jason Steuber
Carla Summers
Nella Taylor
Carolyn Thoburn
Robert Thoburn
Aase Thompson
Rick Thompson
Henri Van Rinsvelt
Johanna Van Rinsvelt
Cindy Voyles
William Voyles
Hilary Walker
Trae Walker
Dr. Ann Weber
Dr. Tommy Weber
Dr. Jamie Webster
Ann Wehmeyer


Isabel D. Wolf
Anna Zerner
Phil Zurich

* denotes additional dinners
attended.

Business and Professional
Friends

Executive
Alta Systems, Inc.
Central Florida Office Plus
Dustin Curbow -
Citigroup Smith Barney
Emiliano's
ERA Trend Realty
Tara and Bert Gill
Hector Framing and Gallery
Thomas and Jennifer McIntosh
Wachovia

Leader
Cox Communications, Inc.
Family & Cosmetic Dentistry,
P.A. Dr. Bertram J. Hughes
Ford
North Florida Regional Medical
Center
P.P.I Construction Management
Premier Productions
The Priest Huffman Companies
Synthes (USA)
UBS Frank Buchanan

Partner
Classic Fare Catering
Dorn's Liquors and Wine
Warehouse
Garden Gate Nursery
Ron Shore Shore Design
Marvin M. Slott, D.D.S.

Contributor
Fast Forward Associates
Gainesville Area Chamber of
Commerce
Roman Janos Northwestern
Mutual
Quality Cleaners
Rip's Dry Cleaners
JeffD. Shamis AndrewJ.
Boneparth and Associates










Members

Benefactor
Laura and Kenneth Berns
Dr. (d) and Mrs. David A.
Cofrin
Edith D. Cofrin and Laurie
Sikes
Christine Tryba-Cofrin and
David Harn Cofrin
Philip and Phyllis DeLaney
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Denny,
III
Sheila K. Dickison
Gerard and Antoinette Emch
Deirdre and Russ Fogler
Carolyn G. Henderson
William and Hazel Hough
Tom and Jane Johnson
Madelyn M. Lockhart
Rebecca and Paul Nagy
David and Regina Richardson
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Rubin
Vicki Santello

Sustainer
Clark Beaty
Dr. Elizabeth R. and George C.
Bedell
Julia and Budd Bishop
Michael and Susan Bradford
Frank and Tia Buchanan
Deborah J. Butler
Gladys G. Cofrin
Mary Ann P. Cofrin
Dr. and Mrs. David R. Colburn
Carol A. Crevasse
Marshall and Paula Criser
Lou DeLaney
Consuelo and Bruce Edwards
Dr. Raymond J. Fitzpatrick
Gale and Virginia Ford
Janie Fouke
Suzanne Gaintner
Marc A. Gale
Peter and Lisa Gearen
Gary R. Gerson
Alan and Sally Goforth
Mark and Janice Gold
Mary Ann and Richard L. Green
Marvin and Peggy Gresham
Roy Hunt
Randy Batista and Linda Lanier
Isabel D. Wolf and Richard V.
Lechowich
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Levy


Dr. J. Bernard Machen and
Christine A. Machen
Robert and Nancy Magoon
Drs. Ross and Linda Provus
McElroy
Ken and Linda McGurn
GaryJ. and Suzy Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Browning
Parker
Vivian and Kenneth Pfeiffer
Margo D. Powers
Susan and Paul Robell
Ricardo and Marjorie Rodriguez
Stephen and Carol Shey
Michael and Donna Singer
Robert B. Spangenberg
Robert and Carolyn Thoburn
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick
Thompson
Maggie Taylor and Jerry
Uelsmann
Dr. and Mrs. Johannes Vieweg
Ward and Ruth S. Wagner
Steve and Shelley Waters
William and Cindy Voyles

Patron
Jenna Amelotte
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Anderson
Louise and Myron Brown
William D. Bryson
George A. Creighton
Bruce and Susan Crosson
Jackie and Michael Friel
Harold and MaryJ. Hanson
Michael Gannon and Genevieve
Haugen
Norman and Jane Holland
Bob and Lynne Holt
Marcia J. Isaacson
Dr. Robert and Phyllis Levitt
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Lorincz
Paul and Virginia McDaniel
Martin and Pamela McMahon
Marjorie and Neil D. Opdyke
Robin and Donna Poynor
Nancy Rogers Sever
Willard G. and Susan W Shafer
Ward and Ruth S. Wagner
Dean Lucinda Lavelli and
Kenneth Webster
Timothy and Jennifer Zedalis

Fellow
Drs. Reza Abbaschian and
Janette Johnson
June F Allen


Allyson A. Barrett
Robert Baum
John H. Bevis
Robert A. Bryan
Phoebe H. Bowers
Cecilia A. and Donald Caton
Pierre Sikivie and Cynthia L.
Chennault
Susan Clarendon
Paige W. Cofrin
Carol Glazer and John Colamarino
Ruthellen Crews
Dr. and Mrs.J.C. Dickinson,Jr. (d)
Lee and Barbara Dockery
Paul and Polly Doughty
N. Lawrence and Catherine M.
Edwards
Myra Engelhardt
Dr. and Mrs. Hansford W. Farris
JackJ. and Cherie H. Fine
Angel Kwolek-Folland and
Nathan Folland
Jack Clarke and Debra Grace
Fontana
Skot Foreman
Mary Timmerman Forrest
Lynn and Chuck Frazier
Elizabeth Stryon and Dr.
Robert Fulton
Gerri and Ira Gessner
Laura L. Gillman
Colonel and Mrs. Franklin D. Hall
Dink and Peggy Henderson
Louise Hildebrand
Barbra Hubbell
Caroline P. Ireland
Dr. William R. and Carol Ritzen
Kem
Leslie and Paul Klein
J. Richard Lister, M.D. and
Andrea L. Lister
Joe and Lucille Little
Dr. Elizabeth B. Mann
Kim Tanzer and Rod McGalliard
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meeks
Jill Monroe
Anna Calluori Holcombe and
Roy Nelson
Dr. June Nogle
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Novak
Ann and N. Y. Ohrn
Marjorie and Neil D. Opdyke
Charles T. Ozaki
Dr. Edward Petkus
Tom and Kenny Pinckard
P. V. and Premila Rao
Jaquie and Michael Resnick
Nina Bryant Ring


Russell and Brenda Robinson
Karen F and Thomas F. Rose
David and Mrs. David A.
Russell
Ned R. Sachs
Sadove Cosmetic Surgery
Sonny Scaff
Eleanor Schmidt
Dr. Douglas L. Smith and Mrs.
Elizabeth A. Davis
Linda M. and James K. Smith
Nicole F Smith and Walter
Murdock
Dr. Mary F Stavropoulos
Dr. Ruth L. Steiner
Ms. Nella F. Taylor
John H. & Ruby Updegrove
Carl F. & Brenda K. Walls
Dr. Liselotte Hofand Dr. Peter
Weber

Associate
Paul Sindelar and Alyson Adams
Dr. Amalia Alvarez
Dr. and Mrs. Philip N. Ankrim
Robert and Shannon Ashley
Michael and Joy Avery
Dwight Bailey and Georgia
Bianchi
Alan J. Barnes and Gail Ellison
Dr. RodneyJ. and Beverly F
Bartlett
Bonnie Bernau
Georgia and Robert Bertcher
Gabriel and Nancy Bitton
Phoebe H. Bowers
Robert and Tallulah Brown
Dalton and Ann Burch
Rie Burton
Dr. and Mrs. David R.
Challoner
Jean and David Chalmers
Charles and Mary Cichra
Christine S. Clark
Dr. and Mrs. Ira Clark
Philip and Lynne Collis
Mike and Debbie Conlon
Jennifer Conlon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Covell
Annette C. Cowart
Catherine and Richard Crandall
Byron Croker
Jerry L. Cutler and Elizabeth
Rich
Douglas Dankel II
Richard H. Davis, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. R. Hunt Davis, Jr.
Rick Davis









Audrey E. Clark and Richard
Doenges
Betty Dunckel
Don and Mary Lou Eitzman
G. Leonard. Emmel III, M.D.
and Rachel R. Emmel
Margaret and Bill Enneking
Dr. Thomas Holland Fay
Amy and Wayne Fisher
Jim and Ellen Gershow
Rudy and Cathy M. Gertner
Elsbeth and Michael Gordon
Roy Eugene Graham, FAIA
Barbara Hackett
Carol and Jack Hadley
William and Dorothy Harvey
Kelly Henderson
J.D. and Billie Henry
Barbara and Deborah
Herbstman
Jeanna M. Mastrodicasa
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I.
Holden
Linda Y. Jackson
Melissa D. Jackson
Bob and Lisa Jerry
Ray Jones
Satya and Pushpa Kalra
Gary Keith
Charles and Olivia King
Bill and Mary Koss
Martha and Christine La Tour
Dr. Marion M. Lasley
Carlos and Graciela Lopez-
Nieto
Jacob Gordon and Barbara
McDade-Gordon
Mark and Cydney McGlothlin
Ina J. McKenzie
Mr. and Mrs. Brian H.
Mitchell
Maril Meeks Monaco
Charles Nerger
Dr. and Mrs. Sigurd Normann
Joan Norris
Drs. Bernard and Eileen
Oliver
William and Tim Ann Parker
Andrew and Sushma Ogram
Jim and Suzanne Orr
Sandra Murphy Pak and Ana
Raquel Pak
Mary E. Periale
Tracy E. Pfaff
Joan and Gordon Phelps
Stanley and Marcia Philips
Richard and Joanne Pohlman
Kathleen Price


Marion and Ellyn Radson
Pierre and Lillian Ramond
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rand
Dr. Christine S. Randall
Kerstin and Murali Rao
Craig Salley and Wanda
Rentfrow
The Rickman Partnership, Inc.
Howard M. Rosenblatt and Eve
Ackerman
Arlan and Edith Rosenbloom
Bill & Deborah Rossi
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rozboril
Arthur and Phyllis Saarinen
Israel and Michaela Samuelly
Sam Saxon and Cecil Sands
Richard and Janice Scavetta
Dr. John and Dr. Lynn Scott
Linda Arbuckle and Leland
Shaw
Rob and Joy Sherman
Wm. B. Shreve, D.D.S.
Dorothy P. Sisk
Clyde and Sandra Smith
Susan Cooksey and Scot Smith
Robert and Jan Summers
Jay Swindell
Dr. and Mrs. James L.Talbert
Ray G. and Kathleen D.
Thomas
Mary A. Furman and Charles
B. Thorn
Monty P. Trainer
Jan Tucci
Linda and Thom Tyler
Terry Van Nortwick
Harvey and Gillian Ward
Paul and Marihelen Wheeler
Susan O. White
Edward and Kate Wilkinson
Sandra Arey and Randall
Williams
Patricia A. Wolfe
Chuck Woods
Michael Wright
Ms. Mary B. Yawn
Norma N. Zabel
Carole and Bill Zegel

Dual
Barry and Karen Ache
Dr. David Young and Dr.
Elizabeth Adams
Dwight and Joan Adams
Judith Lightsey-Alford and
Lloyd Alford
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson


David S. Anthony and Joan
Griffin-Anthony
Almut G. Winterstein and
Patrick Antonelli
James and Karen Archer
B. and V. Asbury
James and Caroll Austin
Dr. Wayne Smith and Mitzi
Austin
Jeff and Linda Bair
Richard and Shirley Barkin
Melanie Barr-Allen and
Damon Allen
Mr. Walter and Mrs. Pamela
Barry
Chris and Mary Batich
Anita and Mark Battiste
Jerry and Ulla Benny
Jonathan and Marti Berger
Sandy and Jerry Berger
Carole and Russ Bernard
Dr. and Mrs. Donald H.
Bernard
Stephen Bernstein and Carolyn
Holmes-Bernstein
Marilyn Beste
Barbara Beynon
Riley and Peggy Blitch
Stan and Charity Blomeley
Robert Ponzio and Gary Bone
Herb and Barbara Boothroyd
Carol Willis and Ralph Bowden
June and Tom Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Petar A. Breitinger
Susan Milbrath and Mark
Brenner
William and Phyllis Brumfield
Dr. and Mrs. Richard L.
Bucciarelli
Dr. Brenda Smith and Prof.
Ronald Burrichter
John and Sharon Burton
James and Erin Buzzella
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F Calvert
Christy Caruso
Bob and Evelyn Casey
Dr. and Mrs. Frank A.
Catalanotto
Drs. Richard and Nancye
Childers
Charna and Stuart Cohn
Richard and Gloria Comstock
Mr. James Corey and Mrs.
Judith Lake-Corey
Marjorie and Ward Crago
Maurice and Patricia Crass
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Cuda
John and Sue D'Auria


Lawrence A. DeGraw
Dr. and Mrs. Allen G. DeLaney
Donald and Elizabeth
Denniston
Haig and Gaylynne
Der-Houssikian
Doria Gordon and Dwight
Devane
Gail and Donald Dewsbury
Alexis Di Rienzo
Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Dickinson, Jr.
Larry and Colleen DiMatteo
Linda and Mark Dixon
Terri Dolan and Stan Given
Keith L. Doty and Carolyn
TeStrake
Chris Eastman
Mary Ann Eaverly
Ed and Marcia Ellett
Duane and Joyce Ellifritt
George and Jayne-Ellen Elmore
John and Katherine Ewel
Dr. Martin L. Fackler
Ellen and Erich Farber
Matthew A. White and Shelly
M. Felton
Selma and Kamaria Faucher
Christine W. Miller and Rob
Fletcher
Dan and Babette Fisch
Paul and Mary Ellen
Funderburk
Joshua W. Funderburke and
Jane Lu
Charles Garrett
Gloria and Alfred Gary
Paul and. Reisa George
Lucille C. and Beverly George
Paul and Christine Gibbs
Mandell and Joyce Glicksberg
Stanley H. Given
Jeanna and Peter Goldberg
J. Jordan Goodman and Don
Goodman
Jane and Joe Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Green
Fred and Tricia Gregory
Dr. and Mrs. John Grigsby
Barbara and Martin M.
Gundersen
Ron and Janet Haase
John and Marilyn Hairston
Herb and Judy Hammond
Ken and Bev Handley
Robert and Mary Ellen
Hanrahan
Howard Gengarelly and Margo
Harakas










Lonnie and Susan Hartwell
William D. and Robbie
Hedges
Richard and Sari Heipp
Mrs. Charles F Helganz, Jr.
Jeffrey Hillman and Stephanie
Haas
Azra and Charles Hobson
Richard Phillips and Glenda
Hodges
Sam and Connie Holloway
Richard and April Horner
Carolyn S. Horter
Mr. and Mrs. E. Alray Howard
Mr. Richard K. Scher and Ms.
Aida A. Hozic
Philip and Pat Huguenin
Christine Jackson and Toni
Ratliff
Perry and Betty Jacobson
Mrs. Geraldine B. Jenkins
Dr. Nedra K. Johnson
Douglas and Sheila Jones
Ted and Gwen Jones
Clayton and Linda Kallman
Teresa L. Kauf
Bart (d) and Miriam Kimball
Gary and Lori Knowland
Steven and Leslie Ladendorf
Anne and Robert Lambert
Ingeborg Larsen
Glenn Acomb and Kristin
Larsen
Beth Laughner
Jerry and Elka Levinrad
Ms. Ann M. Lindell
Jesse R. Long and Ariel Eliot
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Lotzkar
Ralph and Bronia Lowenstein
Mr. and Mrs. James Lowry
Susie Lyons
Bruce and Jeannette MacFadden
Dr. Richard K. and Reverend
Eve B. MacMaster
lona and Peter Malanchuk
Joseph Marianno
Mary E. Markowitz
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Martin
Frank and Charlie Martin
Fran P. Mauney
Karelisa Hartigan and Kevin
McCarthy
Lonie Carpenter and Danny
McKibbin
Brian and Margaret McKibben
A.M. and Nancy Merritt
Arnold Mesches and Jill Ciment


David and Rebecca Micha
Johanna Cleary and Cindi
Miller
Beth and Dave Mitchell
Bob and Kay Mitchell
Jack and Mrs. (d) Jack Moore
Barbara Genthner Moritz
Nan H. Morrissette
Duane and Pamela Morse
Gil and Patricia Murray
Joseph A. and Kazumi Murphy
Don and Linda Myers
Judith and Winston Nagan
Terril and Cathy Nell
Jack and Pat Nichelson
Howard and Barbara Noble
Frank and Esther Nordlie
Mary and Ronald Nutter
David and Elizabeth O'Brien
John and Mallory O'Connor
Barbara and Herb Oberlander
Dr. Jacqueline B. Orlando
Ron Ozbun
Daniel and Rebecca Pauly
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Penland, Jr.
Norman K. Jensen and Larry
David Perkins
Richard and Marguerite Pettway
Mr. Richard Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phipps
Michelle Houdek and Alejandra
E. Porter
Dr. Charlotte M. Porter
Alejandra Porter
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Postal
Patricia G. Prevatt
Bob Haiman and Judy Lynn
Prince
Jose and Natercia Principe
Walter and Barbara Probert
Thomas Caswell and Chad
Reed
Blair and Mary Nell Reeves
Jon and Julia Reiskind
George and Twana Richard
Nancy and Michael Richards
Lauren and Barry Richerdson
Dulce Roman and Timothy
Ketterson
Jack and Helene Rosenzweig
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Ross
Michael J. Roth and Betty
Taylor Roth
Victoria R. Rudd
Diane Farris and Ted Runions
Roxanne Foster and Peter Runyan
John DuMoulin and Helen Saf


Warren and Sylvia Samuels
James and Alvera Saucerman
Alyson Flournoy and John
Schaible
Louis and Julie Schilling
Virginia and Donald Schrader
Robert S. and Peggy F
Schrieber
Terry Curtis and Thomas
Schubert
John K. and Malini J. Schueller
Kurt and Deena Schuman
Dr. and Mrs. Michael A.
Schwartz
Graig and Kris Shaak
Rick and Pamela Shamel
Tim and Lyn Shanahan
Roz and Izzy Shever
Laura Shey and Christina
Fielding
Janos and Clare Shoemyen
Ron Shore
Nina Shubert
David and Carole Silverman
Sarah Singleton
Phil and Roz Slater
Grover and Pat Smart
Mickey and Toba Smith
Stan and Rita Smith
Kirk Stage and Kate Walker
Sara and Gerald Stein
Robert and Connie Stern
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Stukey
Elizabeth Sugalski and Harvey
Goering
Dr. and Mrs. William
Summerhill
Zvi Talor and Robin Kaufman-
Talor
Dr. and Mrs. William C.
Thomas
John and Ruth Ann Thomas
Ray G. and Kathleen D. Thomas
Grant and Susan Thrall
Margaret Tolbert
Mary Vallianatos and James
Austin
Adam and Martina Vincek
Stephen and Nancy Vogel
Alon Sharabi and Renata
Wajsman
Art and Tina Waters
Marta L. Wayne
Howard V. and Camilla B.
Weems
Tom and Sue Weller
Captain and Mrs. D. Mason
Wells


Gail Wells and Lane
deMontmollin
Gary and Paula Wheeler
Joe and Eve Wilder
David and Carolyn S. Wilken
Barbara Beynon and Charles
Williams
Brent and Naomi Williams
Tom and Tammy Wright
Michael and Nadine Zemon

Individual
Roberta B. Abel
Estelle Aden
Mrs. Anita Alemanne
Judith C. Angley
Alicia Antone
Dr. Paul R. Avery
Sandy Barnard
Efrain Barradas
Dr. Mark V. Barrow, Sr.
Michael R. Bass
Barbara W. Beatty
Dr. Donna Berardo
Katherine A. Bergsma
Roberta Berner
Eleanor M. Blair
John P. Brebner
Dr. Lyle A. Brenner
Louise S. Brown
Mildred Bryant
Sandy Burnett
Dorothy Carlisle
Joyce Chandler
Paulette Chaplin
Maureen A. Clancy
Linda M. Clary
Emy Collins
Dennis Comfort
Sharon Connell
Carol Conover
Huguette Contessa
Susan S. Crowley
Joan Davidsen
Janet A. Davies
Mrs. Snead Y. Davis
Jacqueline Davison
Lucy Day
Dian R. Deevey
George A. Dell, Jr.
Mary Frances Donohoe
Dr. Gabriele H. Dupre
Anna Bryce Edmonson
Ann P. Emerson
Angelicia C. Espinosa
Dr. Sheila M. Eyberg
Jean Feingold
Eileen B. Fennell










Professor Maelee Thomson
Foster
Carolyne R. Freeman
Mrs. E.G. Friedrich
Elaine Carson Funk
Paula V. Fussell
Dorothy T. Garnett
Lucille C. George
Alison Gerencser
George Gerencser
Ms. Corliss D. Gibbons
Geoffrey J. Giles
Judith K. Goffman
Victoria Golden, Lost Art
Gallery
Marilyn L. Gray
David J. Groisser
Diana Hagan
Suzanne W. Halpert
Alfred Handler
Elizabeth Harrer
Jim Harrison
Kelly Harvey
Sarah Hinds
Jeannine Hogue
Tonia K. Hsu
Mrs. Marion W. Hylton
Jo Annalee Irving
Tanya Israel
Melissa Jackson
Dolores C. Jenkins
Arthur C. Jennings
Melissa L. Johnson
Susan C. Johnson
Charles A. Jones
C. M. Kampny
Eric Kem
Justena Kavanagh
Linda K. Kelecy
Sally Kimberly
Barbara F Kirby
Mr. Jeff Knee
Nina Kohlmeyer
Susan Komarek
Jiyoung Koo
Pat Murphy Landis
John P. Leavey
Karen R. Legato
Jean LeMire
Dr. Michael Leslie
Robert F Leveen
Nancy Kay Lewis
Linda L. Lichtenstein
Joanne Lindblad
Nancy Loeper
Jeffrey Weston Lotz
Henry R. Lyons, M.D.
Dr. Lena Ma


Eugenia S. Martinez
Edna C. Mason
Helen McCune
Paul G. McKinley
Dr. Richard Melker
Margaret B. Melton
Gene Kay Meurlott
Margaretha Micha
Amy Milani
Priscilla F Milliman
Kate Montague
Walter Murdoch
Gail Busk Naylor
Jason Neelis
John Nemmers
Paul Newman
Beryl Notelovitz
Dr. Scott Nygren
Kerry A. Oliver-Smith
Pat O'Shea
Jacqueline Orlando, Ph.D.
Pam Patton
Kathy Pearson
Joan H. Penticoff
Win Phillips
Annelies Plaisant
Marley Plomer
Susan Porterfield
Robert A. Prather
Ransford C. Pyle
R. Quintana, M.D.
Nicole Rappaport
Mr. Jay A. Reinfeld
Maria Luisa Riviere
Mrs. Laura J. Robertson
Paula Russo
Nicole Smith
Tom Southall
Dr. Anita Spring
Stephen Staal
Dot Sterling
Coral Stimac
Nina C. Stoyan-Rosenzweig
Sandra Strang
Margaret T. Stuebe
Paul V. Sullivan, M.D.
Suza Talbot
Janice V. Taylor
Nella F Taylor
Kimberly R. Taylor
Mrs. Jean E. Thomas
Michelle Tillander
Vasanthi Vanniasingham
Cynthia Volk
Rene M. Wacha
Grace C. Wagner
Ann K. Wehmeyer
Marta M. Whipple


Jill Carolyn White
Stewart White
Audrey H. Wiesenfeld
Kathryn R. Williams
Lois Anne Willits
Glenn G. Willumson
Judith F Wilson
Ira Winarsky
William Zewadski

Student
Heather Bjorn
Stacey A. Breheny
Tana M. Conner
Candice C. David
Barbara Harrison
Dushanthi I. Jayawardena
Alisha Kinman
Nina V. Koelmeyer
Carlos Maeztu
Kerry McArthur
Ryan E. Merkel
Alina R. Mitchell
Jennifer Morgan
Mallory S. Peterson
Odette C. Rivera
Celeste A. Roberge
Ray M. Rooney
Lourdes Santamaria-Wheeler
Ruth S. Sheng
Matthew R. Short
Rhea Smith
Michael W. Warren
Amy Vigilante
Linda C. Zidonik




We also gratefully acknowledge
the many others who wish to
remain anonymous.

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ACQUISITIONS


Evon Streetman
American, born 1932
Homage to Henry Holmes Smith
1983, silver-dye bleach print
[cibachrome] with acrylic
23 1/2x 19 3/8 in.
(59.7 x 49.2 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
provided by the Melvin and
Lorna Rubin Fund
2008.10.1

Evon Streetman
American, born 1932
Garden of the Gods
1978, gelatin silver print with
hand-applied color, chromogenic
development print and
Polaroid print
28 x 37 in. (71.1 x 94 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
provided by the Melvin and
Lorna Rubin Fund
2008.10.2

Alfredo Ramos Martinez
Mexican, 1872- 1946
Reina Xochitl
n.d., gouache on newsprint
20 7/8 x 15 7/8 in. (53 x 40.3 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.1

Pedro Figari
Uruguayan, 1861 1938
ElFantasma
n.d., oil on board
13 1/2x 19 1/2 in.
(34.3 x 49.5 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.2

Pedro Figari
Uruguayan, 1861 1938
Negrosy mulatas
c. 1930, oil on board
13 7/8 x 19 3/8 in.
(35.2 x 49.2 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.3


Candido Portinari
Brazilian, 1903- 1962
Canganciero
n.d., graphite on paper
16 3/4x 12 5/8 in.
(42.5 x 32.1 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.4

Agustin Cardenas
Cuban, 1927 2001
Family
1991, bronze with brown patina
29 1/8 x 22 3/8 x 17 1/4 in.
(74 x 56.8 x 43.8 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.5

Melanie Smith
English, born 1965
Tiangis Aerial Reflex
2003, chromogenic print
50 x 72 in. (127x 182.9 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.6

Omar Rayo
Colombian, born 1928
Pijao
1970, acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 in. (101.6 x 101.6 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.7

Jesus Rafael Soto
Venezuelan, 1923 2005
Untitled (from the] ... .. series)
n.d., painted wood with steel
and nylon
19 1/2 x 6 x 6 in.
(49.5 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm)
Gift of friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.23.8


Stuart Robert Purser
American, 1907- 1986
TheAnvil
1951, gouache and Rhoplex
on paper
19 1/4 x 26 1/4 in.
(48.9 x 66.7 cm)
Gift of Sandra Nimrick in
Memory of Margaret Early
2008.27

Jane Manus
American, born 1951
Exit Row
2006, painted aluminum
72 x 168 x 39 in.
(182.9 x 426.7 x 99.1 cm)
Gift of Elayne and Marvin
Mordes, Palm Beach, Florida
2008.31

Chinese
Blue and green landscape
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911),
19th century, ink on paper
15 x 252 in. (38.1 x 640.1 cm)
Gift of Charles and June Allen
in memory of Charles Doyle
Leffler, Jr. (Rear Admiral,
USN Ret.) and Bernice
Thompson Leffler
2008.32.1

Chinese
Immortal holding peach
with monkey
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911),
19th century, blanc de chine
8 x 3 3/4 x 3 1/4 in.
(20.3 x 9.5 x 8.3 cm)
Gift of Charles and June Allen in
memory of Charles Doyle Leffler,
(Rear Admiral, USN Ret.) and
Bernice Thompson Leffler
2008.32.2


Chul-Hyun Ahn
Korean, born Pusan, Korea,
1971
Well 4
2007, concrete, mirrors, light,
ed. 3/3
20 x 39 in. (50.8 x 99.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the David A.
Cofrin Acquisition Endowment
and friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.33

Chinese
Robe
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911),
early 20th century, silk
51 x 82 in. (129.5 x 208.3 cm)
In memory of Lorena Bates Fox
by William and Else M. Fox
2008.34

Korean
Inkstone
Choson Dynasty (1392 1910),
late 19th century, stone
8 x 10 3/8 in. (20.3 x 26.4 cm)
In memory ofJohn Wilson
Reynolds, Jr.
2008.35

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
The General
1962 1963, etching and aquatint
19 3/4x 25 3/4 in.
(50.2 x 65.4 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.1

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Gangsters Funeral
1965, drypoint and engraving
on copper in black
25 x 35 1/4 in. (63.5 x 89.5 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.10










Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Texas Delegate
1970, lithograph in black
22 x 27 1/4 in. (55.9 x 69.2 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.11

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
The Feast ofPure Reason
1970, etching, mezzotint and
aquatint on copper in black
25 1/2 x 31 5/8 in.
(64.8 x 80.3 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
of Joseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.12

Jack Levine and James Michner
Facing East
1970, lithographs, woodcuts,
pochoir and phototype
reproduction
18 7/8 x 12 3/8 in.
(48 x 31.5 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.13

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Adam and Eve
1963, etching on zinc in Van
Dyke brown
22 x 14 5/8 in.
(55.9 x 37.1 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.2


Jack Levine
American, born 1915
The Prisoner
1963, aquatint on zinc in Van
Dyke brown
20 1/2 x 29 1/2 in.
(52.1 x 74.9 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
of Joseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.3

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Maimonides I (stage 2)
1964, etching and aquatint on
zinc in black
20 1/2 x 29 1/2 in.
(52.1 x 74.9 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.4

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Helene Fourment
1965, lithograph in black
26 x 19 3/4 in. (66 x 50.2 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.5

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Careless Love
1965, etching and aquatint on
zinc in burnt umber
22 x 29 7/8 in. (55.9 x 75.9 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.6


Jack Levine
American, born 1915
El Greco
1966, etching, drypoint and
mezzotint on copper in black
20 x 13 3/4 in. (50.8 x 34.9 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
of Joseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class of
1955
2008.36.7

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Brechtiana
1966, lithograph in black
193/4x25 3/4in. (50.2 x65.4cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
of Joseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class of
1955
2008.36.8

Jack Levine
American, born 1915
Vernisage
1967, lithograph in black
17 7/8 x 22 1/8 in.
(45.4 x 56.2 cm)
Gift of Elaine Glass in memory
ofJoseph Glass, University of
Florida College of Law, Class
of 1955
2008.36.9

Nigerian, Yoruba
Beaded Crown (adenla)
Mid-20th century, beads, cotton
cloth, wicker core
8x9 1/2x 33 in.
(20.3 x 24.1 x 83.8 cm)
Museum purchase with funds from
the Caroline Julier and James G.
Richardson Acquisition Fund
2008.37

Hata Kinseki
Japanese, born 1856
Winter Landscape
Late 19th century, ink on silk
75 x 21 3/4 in.
(190.5 x 55.2 cm)
Gift of Kaikodo, New York
2008.38


Diego Rivera
Mexican, 1886- 1957
Retrato de un hombre (Portrait
of a man)
1947, charcoal and pastel on
rice paper
15 1/2 x 11 in. (39.4 x 27.9 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.39.1

Jesus Guerrero Galvin
Mexican, 1910- 1973
Dos ninos (Two children)
1948, oil on canvas
29 3/8 x 35 3/8 in.
(74.6 x 89.9 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.39.2

Angel Botello
Puerto Rican, born Spain,
1913- 1986
ElEncuentro (7he Encounter)
c. 1950, oil on burlap
31 5/8 x 35 3/4 in.
(80.3 x 90.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.39.3

Wifredo Lam
Cuban, 1902 1982
idolo (Idol)
1958, terracotta black glazed relief
15 x 11 1/2 in. (38.1 x 29.2 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.1

Roberto Matta
Chilean, 1911 2002
Untitled
1956, colored crayon and pastel
on paper
19 1/2x25 1/2 in.
(49.5 x 64.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.2










Augusto Torres
Uruguayan, 1913 1992
Constructive con cieloy nubes
(Construction with sky and
clouds)
1963, oil on canvas
21 1/4 x 31 7/8 in.
(54 x 81 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.3

Augusto Torres
Uruguayan, 1913 1992
Naturaleza muerta con libro
abierto 1,.. v ..... )
1968, oil on board
20 5/8 x 20 5/8 in.
(52.4 x 52.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.4

Nicolis Guagnini
Argentinean, born 1966
Cabeza (Head)
1990, oil on canvas
24 1/8 x 20 in. (61.3 x 50.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.5

Gustavo Montoya
Mexican, 1905 2003
Nina en lila conflores (Girl in
lilac with .. ,
1959, oil on canvas
21 3/4x 17 3/4 in.
(55.2x 45.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.6


Gustavo Montoya
Mexican, 1905 2003
Nina en i,.i l //.;
(Girl in yellow)
n.d., oil on canvas
21 7/8 x 17 7/8 in.
(55.6 x 45.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.7

Gustavo Montoya
Mexican, 1905 2003
Nina en rosa (Girl in pink)
n.d., oil on canvas
21 7/8 x 17 7/8 in.
(55.6 x 45.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.40.8

Japanese
Oeing Field
Late 19th century 1900,
hand-colored albumen print
7 1/2x 9 3/8 in.
(19.1 x 23.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2008.41.1

George Tooker
American, born 1920
Study for Window IV
1960, graphite on paper
20 x 24 in. (50.8 x 61 cm)
Museum purchase, made possible
by friends of the Harn Museum
of Art
2008.42

Richard Anuszkiewicz
American, born 1930
Green Square
1981, acrylic on board
24 x 24 in. (61 x61 cm)
Gift of Budd and Julia Bishop
2008.43


Melvin Martinez
American, born 1976
Neons
2006, mixed media on canvas
48 x 48 in. (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
Gift of Kenneth and Vivian
Pfeiffer
2008.44

Japanese
Woman's Kimono
Taisho Period (1912 1926), silk
61 1/4x 50 in.
(155.6 x 127 cm)
Gift ofNorma Canelas Roth
and William D. Roth
2008.45.1

Preston Dickinson
American, 1891 1930
Still Life
n.d., pencil and gouache on
paper
13 1/4 x 9 3/4 in.
(33.7 x 24.8 cm)
Gift of Larry and Marita Jacobs
2008.46.1

Yasuo Kuniyoshi
American, born Japan,
1889- 1953
Still Life
n.d., watercolor and ink on
paper
11 3/4 x 8 in. (29.8 x 20.3 cm)
Gift of Larry and Marita Jacobs
2008.46.2

Carrie Mae Weems
American, born 1953
Untitled (Lotus House Women's
Shelter)
2008, gelatin silver print
8 7/8 x 9 in.
(22.5 x 22.9 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.1


Anastasia Khoroshilova
Russian, born 1978
Tusskie #92
2007, chromogenic development
print
13 1/4 x 10 1/4 in.
(33.7 x 26 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by the Caroline Julier and James G.
Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.10

Alessandra Sanguinetti
American, born 1968
Belinda, Chick and Clock
2000, chromogenic development
print
9 x 9 in. (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by the Caroline Julier and James G.
Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.2

Brenda Ann Kenneally
American, born 1959
Little Mamis
2001, gelatin silver print
8 5/8 x 13 in. (21.9 x 33 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by the Caroline Julier and James G.
Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.3

Jackie Nickerson
Irish, born 1960
Dream Police
1998, chromogenic development
print
12 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.
(31.8 x 24.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by the Caroline Julier and James G.
Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.4










Justine Kurland
American, born 1969
Mama Baby, Tidal Pools,
Trinadad, California
2007, chromogenic
development print
10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in.
(26.7 x 34.3 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.5

Natasha Duwin
American, born Argentina,
1964
First Light, First Dawn
2005, etching
platemark: 6 x 4 3/8 in.
(15.2 x 11.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.6

Peggy Nolan
American, born 1944
Overtown
2006, chromogenic
development print
6 7/8 x 9 3/4 in.
(17.5 x 24.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.7

Helen Levitt
American, 1912 2009
New York
1977, chromogenic
development print
12 1/8 x 8 1/8 in.
(30.8 x 20.6 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.8


Mary Ellen Mark
American, born 1940
National Circus of Vietnam,
Hanoi, North Vietnam
1994, gelatin silver print
12 3/4 x 10 in. (32.4 x 25.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline Julier
and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2008.47.9

Celeste Roberge
American, born 1951
Wax Chair (for Beuys)
2005, beeswax, plywood,
mahogany
20x1 3/4x 2 in.
(50.8 x4.4x 5.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Phil and Barbara
Emmer Art Acquisition
Endowment with additional
funds provided by Phil and
Barbara Emmer, Darin Cook.
Partial gift of the artist.
2008.48.1

Celeste Roberge
American, born 1951
Fur-covered Chair (for
Oppenheim)
2005, fur, wood
14 x 1 1/4x 2 in.
(35.6 x 3.2 x 5.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Phil and Barbara
Emmer Art Acquisition
Endowment with additional
funds provided by Phil and
Barbara Emmer, Darin Cook.
Partial gift of the artist.
2008.48.2

Celeste Roberge
American, born 1951
White Cherry Stack (for Hesse)
2007, cherry wood, mahogany,
mixed media
23 1/8 x1 7/8 x 1 3/4 in.
(58.7 x 4.8 x 4.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Phil and Barbara
Emmer Art Acquisition
Endowment with additional
funds provided by Phil and
Barbara Emmer, Darin Cook.
Partial gift of the artist.
2008.48.3


Celeste Roberge
American, born 1951
Bubble Chair (for Kusama)
2007, plaster, wood, mixed
media
23 x 2 x 2 in.
(58.4 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Phil and Barbara
Emmer Art Acquisition
Endowment with additional
funds provided by Phil and
Barbara Emmer, Darin Cook.
Partial gift of the artist.
2008.48.4

Reynolds Beal
American, 1867- 1951
Endeavor L. . Rainbow
1934, watercolor over pencil
on paper
mat window: 15 x 21 in.
(38.1 x 53.3 cm)
Gift ofJohn and Linda Mendell
2008.49.1

Reynolds Beal
American, 1867- 1951
Untitled (Seascape)
1923, watercolor over pencil
on paper
mat window: 15 x 21 in.
(38.1 x 53.3 cm)
Gift ofJohn and Linda Mendell
2008.49.2

Kehinde Wiley
American, born 1977
Dogon Couple
2008, oil on canvas
96 x 84 in. (243.8 x 213.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the David A.
Cofrin Acquisition Endowment
and the Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition Fund
2008.50

Zhang Zhiwan
Chinese, 1811 1897
Landscape AJI/f,,,
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911),
mid-19th century, ink on paper
11 5/8 x 12 in. (29.5 x 30.5 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by friends of the Harn
Museum of Art
2008.51.1


Lu Hui
Chinese, 1851 1920
Landscape Album
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911), mid-
19th century, ink on paper; or, ink
and color on paper
7 5/8 x 20 7/8 in.
(19.3 x 53 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by friends of the Harn Museum
of Art
2008.51.2

Pan Gongshou, Chinese, 1741 -
1794, and Fei Danxu, Chinese,
1801- 1850
Bamboo, Lady BoatingAmidst
Grasses, I . Branches
Qing Dynasty (1644 1911), 18 -
19th centuries, ink on paper
7 1/8 x 21 in. (18.1 x 53.3 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by friends of the Harn Museum
of Art
2008.51.3

Chinese
Blue-Glazed Cong-Shaped Vase
Guangxu reign mark (1875 -
1908), Qing Dynasty (1644 -
1911), late 19th century, porcelain
11 5/8 x 6 1/2 x 5 1/4in.
(29.5 x 16.5 x 13.3 cm)
Museum purchase, funds provided
by friends of the Harn Museum
of Art
2008.51.4

Mwila people (subgroup of Ambo)
Angola
Doll
20th century, wood, red ochre,
plant fibers, hair, glass and or
plastic beads
8 3/4 x 4 x 4 in.
(22.2 x 10.2 x 10.2 cm)
Gift of William D. and Norma
Canelas Roth
2008.52.1

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868- 1954
Pima Ki
1907, photogravure
11 7/8 x 15 5/8 in.
(30.2 x 39.7 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.1










Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Tonovige-Havasupai
1907, photogravure
21 3/4x 18 in.
(55.2 x 45.7 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.10

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Pima Matron
1907, photogravure
14 1/4x 11 3/4 in.
(36.2 x 29.8 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.2

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Carlos-Rios-Papago Chief
1907, photogravure
15 3/4x 10 1/4 in.
(40 x 26 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.3

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Havachach-Marricopa
1907, photogravure
15 1/2x 10 3/8 in.
(39.4 x 26.4 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.4

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Maricopa Girl
1907, photogravure
15 1/2x 11 3/4 in.
(39.4 x 29.8 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.5

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868 1954
Mat Stams-Maricopa
1907, photogravure
15 3/4x 11 3/4in.
(40 x 29.8 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.6


Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868- 1954
Hipah with Arrow-brush-
Maricopa
1907, photogravure
15 3/4x 11 3/4 in.
(40 x 29.8 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.7

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868- 1954
By the Canal-Maricopa
1907, photogravure
15 3/4x 11 3/4 in.
(40 x 29.8 cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.8

Edward S. Curtis
American, 1868- 1954
Captain Charley-Maricopa
1907, photogravure
15 3/4x 11 3/4 in. (40 x29.8
cm)
Gift ofJoseph Zimmerman
2008.53.9

Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4x 23 in. (23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.1

Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4x 23 in. (23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.2

Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4x 23 in. (23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.3


Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4 x 23 in.
(23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.4

Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4 x 23 in. (23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.5

Richard Ross
American, born 1947
Untitled
2001 2002, chromogenic
development print
9 1/4 x 23 in. (23.5 x 58.4 cm)
Gift of Brook Smith
2008.54.6

Dianora Niccolini
American, born Italy, 1936
SelfPortrait
1978, gelatin silver print
13 x 10 in. (33 x 25.4 cm)
Gift of the artist
2008.55

Terry Towery working as
Timothy Eugene O'Tower
American, born 1963
Glacier Channels
2007, photogravure
10 x 12 3/4 in. (25.4 x 32.4 cm)
Gift of the artist
2008.56


Del Zogg
American, born 1947
Homage to My Ancestors, III
1976, mixed media photographic
collage, with newspaper, printed
material and a photograph
printed from a glass plate negative,
overlaid with a black & white
photographic
each: 2 1/2 x 7 1/8 in.
(6.4x 18.1 cm)
Gift of Sharon & Del Zogg in
honor of the creative legacy of
Robert F. Heinecken
(1931-2006)
2008.57

Achamyeleh Debela
American, born Ethiopia, 1949
Spirit at the Door
1992, digital image
cibachrome print
27 x 19 in. (68.6 x 48.3 cm)
Gift of the artist
2009.1

Morimoto Kiyoko
Japanese, early 20th century
Otagaki Rengetsu
Early 20th century, woodblock
print on paper mounted on
hanging scroll
14 1/4x 11 1/2 in.
(36.2 x 29.2 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2009.10

Abelam people
Prince Alexander Range, Papua
New Guinea
M ale F...- ( . ..
20th century, wood, pigment
47 x 16 x 8 1/2 in.
(119.4 x 40.6 x 21.6 cm)
Gift of the C. Frederick and
Aase B. Thompson Foundation
2009.12.1

Chinese
Hexalobed . bowl with
applied decoration
18th century, yixing pottery,
brass mounts
1 x 8 1/2 in. (2.5 x 21.6 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.13










Yang Yongliang
Chinese, born 1980
Phantom Landscape 1, No. 4
(ed. 7/7)
2006, digital print on paper
51 3/16 x 23 5/8 in.
(130 x 60 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.14.1

Yang Yongliang
Chinese, born 1980
On the Quiet Water, Sunken
Ship (ed. 3/8)
2008, digital print on paper
12 x 79 in. (30.5 x 200.7 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.14.2

Fang Zhi
Chinese, late 18th century
I .. F.. FruitandBamboo
Late 18th century, album of 10
leaves, ink and color on paper
5x4 1/2 in. (12.7x 11.4 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.15.1

Ogata Gekko
Japanese, 1859- 1919
Thirteen Famous Sites in Edo
1913, album of 13 leaves, ink
and color on paper, depicting
sites with commoners
10 5/8 x 14 1/8 in.
(27 x 35.9 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.15.2

Ogata Gekko
Japanese, 1859- 1919
Thirteen Stations ofthe
Tokaido Road
1919, album of 13 leaves, ink
and color on paper
10 5/8 x 14 1/8 in.
(27 x 35.9 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.15.3


Chinese
Bone Hair Pin
12 11th century B.C.E, bone
8 5/8 in. (21.9 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.16.1

Chinese
Cinshou-type carved olive-brown
glazed ovoid bottle
13th 14th century, glazed
ceramic
9 1/2x 8 x 8 in.
(24.1 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.16.2

Ono Hakuko
Japanese, 1915- 1996
Lidded Container with
Underglaze Gold Decoration
1970s, glazed porcelain
5 1/4x8 1/4 in.
(13.3 x 21 cm)
Funds provided by friends of
the Harn Museum of Art
2009.17

Bai Ming
Chinese, born 1965
Geomancy Stone (fengshui shi)
2008, white glazed porcelain
3 1/4 x 5 1/2 in. (8.3x 14 cm)
Gift in Honor of Dr. David and
Mrs. Mary Ann Cofrin
2009.18

Ovambo people
Namibia, Angola
Child F... (okana kositi)
Late 19th century, wood, glass
beads, ostrich eggshell beads,
sinew, metal bangles, buttons,
metal beads
10 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.
(26.7 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Caroline
Julier and James G. Richardson
Acquisition Fund
2009.2


Korean
Inscribed and Gilt Polychrome
Wood Buddhist Votive
Choson Dynasty (1392 1910),
18th century, wood with color
and gilt
18 3/4x 10 1/2x7 1/4in.
(47.6 x 26.7 x 18.4 cm)
base: 9 5/8 x 6 7/8 in.
(24.4x 17.5 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2009.23.1

Korean
Carved Lacquered Wood
I', .. '-Form Confucian Altar
Choson Dynasty (1392 -
1910), 19th century, wood
with lacquer
33 1/2 x 14 1/2 x 14 1/2 in.
(85.1 x 36.8 x 36.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2009.23.2

Korean
Tiered Wood Scholar's Desk
Choson Dynasty (1392 -
1910), 19th century, wood
with lacquer
20 x 45 1/2x 15 in.
(50.8 x 115.6 x38.1 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2009.23.3

Korean
Massive Stamped Pottery
Pedestal Stand
Three Kingdoms Period (57
B.C.E 668 C.E.), pottery
14x 13 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.
(35.6 x 34.3 x 44.5 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Kathleen M.
Axline Acquisition Endowment
2009.23.4


Zulu people
South Africa
Earplugs
Late 19th or early 20th century,
horn
1 1/2x 1 1/2 in. (3.8 x 3.8 cm)
Gift of Dori and Daniel
Rootenberg, Jacaranda
Tribal Gallery
2009.3

Mark Klett
American, born 1952
Tallahassee Amid Generations
1989, six gelatin silver
prints and six chromogenic
development prints
16 x 20 in.
(40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Gift of the artist
2009.4

Mark Klett, American, born
1952, and Byron Wolfe,
American, born 1967
Panorama from Hopi Point on
the Grand Canyon made over
two days. .. .;, 'view of
AnselAdams (Right image:
Ansel Adams, Grand Canyon
National Park, 1941), 2007
2007, Pigment inkjet print
20 x 118 in. (50.8 x 299.7 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
provided by the David A. Cofrin
Acquisition Endowment
2009.6.1










Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe
Americans, born 1952 and
1967
Four views from four times and
one shoreline, Lake Tenaya,
2002
Left to right: Eadweard
Muybridge, 1872
(Courtesy The Bancroft
Library, University of
California, Berkeley); Ansel
Adams, c. 1942
(Courtesy the Center for
Creative Photography,
University of Arizona); Edward
Weston, 1937
(Courtesy the Center for
Creative Photography,
University of Arizona)
Back panels:
Swatting high-country
mosquitoes
2002, pigment inkjet print
20 x 61 in. (50.8 x 154.9 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
provided by
the David A. Cofrin
Acquisition Endowment
2009.6.2

Achamyeleh Debela
American, born Ethiopia, 1949
S Africa
n.d., digital image
cibachrome print
39 x 29 in. (99.1 x 73.7 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Ruth Pruitt
Phillips Endowment and gift of
Nancy Wallace Kirk in honor
of Rebecca and Paul Nagy
2009.7

Achamyeleh Debela
American, born Ethiopia, 1949
The Priest
1990 1991, chromogenic
color print
16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm)
Museum purchase, funds
provided by the Ruth Pruitt
Phillips Endowment
2009.8


Fulani or Songhay people
Central Mali
Tent Liner or Wall Hanging
20th century, cotton,
synthetic dyes
104 x 63 in. (264.2 x 160 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
from the Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition Fund
2009.9.1

Nupe people
Nigeria
Man's Tunic (dansiki orgbariye
dandogo)
20th century, cotton, indigo
dye, synthetic dyes
46 1/2 x 102 in.
(118.1 x 259.1 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
from the Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition Fund
2009.9.2

Bamileke peoples
Cameroon
Man's Tunic
20th century, cotton, indigo
dye, synthetic dyes
45 x 92 in. (114.3 x 233.7 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
from the Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition Fund
2009.9.3

Bamileke peoples
Cameroon
Man's Tunic
20th century, cotton, wool,
indigo dye, synthetic dyes
36 x 68 in. (91.4x 172.7 cm)
Museum purchase with funds
from the Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition Fund
2009.9.4

South African
Bead Necklace
Late 20th century, glass and
plastic beads, mother of pearl
button, cotton thread
14 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 8 in.
(36.8 x 6.4 x 20.3 cm)
Gift of Vam and E. T. York
EC08.3.1


South African
BeadNecklace
Late 20th century, glass and
plastic beads, mother of pearl
button, cotton thread
16 1/2 x 2 x 9 in.
(41.9 x 5.1 x 22.9 cm)
Gift of Vam and E. T. York
EC08.3.2








PEOPLE AT THE HARN


Docents
Mary Sue Adams*
June Allen*
Karen Allman*
Harry Averall
Polly Beckington
Wilson Bell
Laura Berns
Elsa Chiu
Deborah Cohen-Crown*
Jinnie Delano*
Gail Dewsbury *
Linda Donaldson*
Consuelo Edwards*
Ann Emerson*
Elaine Feder*
Peggy Finley
Gale Ford*
Deirdre Fogler
Lory Fricker
Jackie Friel
Mary Furman
Lisa Gearen
Judy Hammond
Liselotte Hof
Dorothy Holbrook*
Carolyn Horter
Joe Huber
Joann Ihas*
Lisa Jerry
GregJohnson
Janette Johnson*
Sue Johnson
Leslie Klein
Thomas Lau*
Ande Lister
Ann Kopp Mitchell
Murray Laurie
Roslyn Levy
Joann Lindblad*
Ande Lister
Bronia Lowenstein
Mary Ann McIntyre
Suzy Miller
Suranjanie Nimalendran
Beryl Notelovitz*
Mary Nutter
Richard Patterson
Richard Pettway


Marley Plomer
Galatia Ramphal
Premila Rao
Twana Richard
Harriet Ringel
Susan Robell
Karen Rose
Sam Saxon
Susan Woodward Shafer*
Eleanor Schmidt
Lynn Scott
Ruth Sheng*
Joy Sherman
Ruth Sherwood
Beverly Singer*
Phil Slater*
Roslyn Slater*
Sondra Smith
Suza Talbot
Aase Thompson
Tara Thornock
Janet Tucci*
Shelley Waters
Ken Webster
Barbara Wingfield*
Isabel Wolf

* Emeritus


Volunteers
Betty Abbott
Selma Abraben
Patricia Aguerrevere
Marisela Arraiz
Brittany Grace Acocelli
Audrey Becnel
Galia Bimstein
Jennifer Buck
Alice Calisto
Chelsea Camerlengo
Chihyu Chang
Carolina Chavez
Shaina Corbin
Laura Diaz de Arce
Marty Dragutsky
Leslie Dulfer
Kyle Dunn
Consuelo Edwards
Sarah Eiland
Irma Fallon
Akeem Flavors
Lauren Gandarilla
Pamela Goldhagen
Rose Haftka
Courtney Hammer
Nicole lannone
NeilJohnson
Sarah Ketcham
Sean King
Tiwei Lin
Sarah K. McRae
Kim Meinholz
Nicole Milano
Morgan Milner
Amanda Monaco
Hollis Mutch
Amy Ochsner
Beverly Parker
Robert Frederick Penn
Isabel Quintana
Odette Rivera
Magena Rodriquez
Virginia Ryan-Brown
Mercedes Ruiz-Castafieda
Sarah K. Russ
Debbie Sadove
Diana Schuh
Harriet Shea
Rebecca Sheppard
Ruth Sheng
SunHyung Shin
Corey Stokes
Sam Talbot
Robin Talor
Eric Van
Chelsea Wagner
Ping Wang
Jennifer Taylor Watkins
Jenilee Williams
Emory Zink


MUSEs
Fall 2008
Odette Rivera
Kimberly Menninger
Courtney Hammer

Spring 2009
Claire Beach
Kimberly Menninger
Jessica Ruffner
Allison Moran
Simone Roberts

Interns
Summer 2008
Lauren Barnett
Ashley Bowden
Laura Flanagin
Amanda Heggland
Maria Gabriela Hernandez
Valerie Jones
Fiorela Larrea
Lisa Law
Katherine McGonigle
Sarah McRae
Megan Murphy
Nancy Padron
Kristin Schimik
Stephanie Silberman
Chloe Smith
Chelsea Wagner
Ping Wang

Fall 2008
Laura Almeida
Morgan Bennett
Louise Canuto
Chelsey Cremo
Seung-Hwan Hong
Dushanti Jayawardena
Miquel Kendrick
Sean King
Christina Kwan
Haley Likens
Lindsay Lovequist
Isabel Quintana
Caitlin Shoffner
Rachel Steinman
Stacey Todd
Betty Zambrano


Karin Dillie
Joshua Epelbaum
Stephanie Gagliardo
Alan Gutierrez
Katie Heroux
Ligia Herrera
Seung-Hwan Hong
Anika Khan
Megan Kosinski
Chirstina Kwan
Amanda Lillard
Lynne Loewenthal
Kristen McIntosh
Kimberly Menninger
Odette Rivera
Brittany Stella
Darcy Strobel
Tram Mai Tran
Karuna Sze-Ngar Tsang
Gianina Valle
Ethel Villafranca
Xia Wang
Megan Willis

Summer 2009
Lauren Barnett
Alexis Cummins
Cassie Fishe
Christina Geiger
Ashley Haas
Lynne Loewenthal
Alyson Maier
Kimberly Menninger
Cecilia Minges
MacKenzie Moon
Robyn Moore
Allison Moran
Joy Murphy
Werachart Ratanatharathorn
Jazmine Rivera
Odette Rivera
Magena Rodriguez
Allison Spence
Eric Van
Emily Wood


Spring 2009
Rachelle Andone
Xiangxin Bao
Claire Beach
Jessie Brown
Ashley Cavett
Nicole Dankers








STAFF
as of June 30, 2009


Director
Rebecca M. Nagy
Assistant to the Director
Coral Stimac

Guratorial

Curator of African Art
Susan Cooksey
Cofrin Curator of Asian Art
Jason Steuber
Curator of Contemporary Art
Kerry Oliver-Smith
Curator of Modern Art
Dulce Romin
Curator of Photography
Tom Southall
Curatorial Secretary
Brandi Breslin
Curatorial Assistant
Natasha Alexander
RISK Projectionist
Lynne Loewenthal


Senior Director of
Development
Phyllis DeLaney
Development Coordinator for
Individual and Foundation
Gifts
Kelly Harvey
Development Coordinator
for Membership and Special
Events
Tracy Pfaff
Senior Secretary for
Development
Amy Carey



Director of Education
Bonnie Bernau
Education Coordinator for
Adult and Docent Programs
Rebecca Fitzsimmons
Education Coordinator for
School and Family Programs
Eve Rosin
Bishop Study Center
Manager/Intern and
Volunteer Coordinator
Allysa Browne
Bishop Study Center Assistant
(Weekend)
Sydney Graham
Education Secretary
Lisa Stevens


Director of Finance and
Operations
Mary B. Yawn
Human Resources Manager
Cecile Sands
Senior Fiscal Assistant
Donna Duff
Accounting Coordinator
Charles King
Director of Museum
Technology
Dwight Bailey
Visitor Services and Museum
Rentals Coordinator
Vicki Tyson
Visitor Services Assistant
Lauren Barnett
Eden Greenfield
Museum Rentals Assistant
Matt Fricano
A/V Technician
Laura Almeida
Georgia Fojo
Security and Facility
Coordinator
Cecil J. Courtney Jr.
Landscape and Garden
Assistant
Debra Stinson
Security Supervisor
Ronald Young
Senior Security Guard
Tony Cellucci
Jason Heckathorn
Harold Mims
Joshua Peterson
D. Allen Tucker
Security Guard
Julia Hill
Wanda Lin
Naresh Murali
Security Guard and
Maintenance Assistance
Donald London


Director of Marketing and
Public Relations
Tami Wroath
Marketing and Public
Relations Coordinator
Courtney Dell
Museum Store Manager
Kathryn Rush
Store Clerk
Molly Clinard
Michele Hunq



Registrar
Laura Nemmers
Associate Registrar
Jessica Aiken
Registration Assistant
Bryan Yeager
Chloe Smith
Nicole Milano
ChiefPreparator
Michael Peyton
Preparator
Tim Joiner
Installation Assistant
Amy Ochsner







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