Our Supporters

Members gather in a gallery. In the forefront is artwork that includes photographs of architecture and nature.

Opening reception Gwenneth Boelens: At Odds, 2017.

The List Center advisory committee and staff extend deep thanks to the following donors for their contributions during the fiscal year from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022. Philanthropy ensures the sustainability of the List Center and our efforts to present outstanding programs. Thank you for your generous support.

Exhibition Sponsor ($25,000 and above)

Milton & Sally Avery Foundation
Fotene & Tom Coté
Audrey & James Foster
Idee German-Schoenheimer
Joyce Linde
Cynthia & John Reed
Sara-Ann & Robert Sanders
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Chairperson’s Visionary Council ($10,000–$24,999)

Amy & David Abrams
Karen & Gregory Arenson
Bridgitt & Bruce Evans
Pamela Joyner & Alfred Giuffrida
Patricia LaValley & Geoff Hargadon
Lucy Moon-Lim & Richard Lim
Richard Lounsbery Foundation
Massachusetts Cultural Council
Patrizia & Leonard Schrank
Jeanne & Don Stanton 
Thoma Foundation

Presenter ($5,000–$9,999)

Alberta Chu & Murray Robinson
Patricia Dellorfano
John Frishkopf
Olga & John Guttag
Henry Moore Foundation
Elizabeth Johnson
Joan Lewis
Beth & Richard Marcus
Robert Nagle
Katrín Sigurdardóttir 
Jessica Silverman
Rachel Somer
Charlotte & Herbert Wagner

Leader ($1,500–$4,999)

Stephen Baker & Gavin Kennedy
Kate Chertavian
Lindsay & Charles Coolidge
Steve Corkin & Dan Maddalena
Shelley & Mark Derby
Happy & Bob Doran
Susanne Ghez
Lisa & Stephen Lebovitz
Carol LeWitt
Eva Lundsager & Paul Ha
Hyun-A Park & Jacob Friis
Beth & Eric Schlager
Kelly Sherman & Daniel Goldsmith
Rachel & Tony Solomons 

Friends of Boston Art ($500–$1,499)

Murray Abramson
Libby Blank
Meryl Blinder
Karen Ho
Mindy Home & Drew Katz
Leila Kinney
Colleen & Howard Messing 
Beth Raffeld & Philip Khoury
Karen & Michael Rotenberg
John Hershel Rothenberg
Matt Saunders
Paula Soares & Brian Zink
David Solo 
Gloria Sutton & Henry Rath
Joyce Wang
Samuel Yin

MIT Departments

Council for the Arts at MIT
Office of Associate Provost
School of Architecture + Planning

“It has been said that ‘museums are a safe place for ideas,’ but I’d like to add to that great sentiment that ‘museums are a safe place for challenging ideas.’ At the List Center, we strive to present exhibitions and programs that are artist-centric and rigorous—creating space for engaging around challenging ideas all along the way.”

Paul Ha, Director MIT List Center