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Department of Art / Make a Gift

Make a Gift

Department Of Art General Fund

 This fund allows the Department to direct your gift to a variety of needs, as determined by the Department. These funds may support student scholarships, capitol equipment upgrades, student thesis exhibitions, departmental publications, visiting artist lectures, and other areas of need.

There are several options available if you would like to support the Department of Art.

  •  To make a gift to the Department of Art, follow this link to submit a gift using FSU's secure on-line giving page. Select “Art Department” under Designation to ensure your gift is directed correctly.
  • If you would rather mail your gift, please see our printable form [pdf].
  • Gifts and pledges may also be made by telephone or fax. If you would like more information about ways you can give to the Department, contact Fred Salancy, Assistant Dean of Fine Arts Development, Fine Arts, or call 850-644-3911

Special Projects

Scholarships

Building Student Scholarships is an ongoing effort. We offer endowed and non-endowed awards including The Ruby Kenniston Memorial Endowed Fund for Crafts/Sculpture, The Ann Kirn Scholarship in Graphic Design, the Ed Love Sculpture Award, the Florence Teaching Award and the new Krown BFA Creativity Awards, among others. Students benefit directly from these awards and are recognized at our annual College-wide Awards Ceremony. Contributing to one of the existing awards or starting a new award is a great way to acknowledge excellence and make a difference in the lives of our students.

Lecture Series

The Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series is a new lecture series started by alumnus Dr. Ben Bivins, and is intended to provide an opportunity to highlight the creative research of some of our most successful alumni, while honoring them and acknowledging their achievements. These lectures offer our students and community an opportunity to interact with alumni who have enjoyed a successful career in the arts or related professions.