Join us for Pavillion XXXV, a philanthropic celebration honoring the 100-year legacy of art and culture in Tampa and kicking off the next 100 years of innovative art education programs for our diverse community. At Pavilion, Tampa Bay visionaries, leaders and benefactors gather to raise funds that contribute to building a stronger future for the community through the Tampa Museum of Art’s programs and educational offerings.
At this event, donations support efforts to reduce the barriers of admission, making the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs more accessible to all community members. Likewise, donations also support special outreach programs to help vulnerable segments of the population gain meaningful modes of self-expression.
Furthermore, at this year’s Pavilion, the Tampa Museum of Art honors the women of the History Project Committee: Pat Carter, Margo Eure, Joan Jennewein (in memoriam), Lee Leavengood, Hatty Lenfestey, Lois Nixon, Sara Richter, Barbara Romano, and Arline Verkauf. This volunteer group of donors and supporters have spent a lifetime helping the Museum evolve from a small local arts organization to the City of Tama’s preeminent museum of art.
Cocktails | Dinner | Dancing | Black Tie
Chairs: Allison Adams & Debra Williams
PNC Bank is the proud supporter of the Tampa Museum of Art’s Early Childhood Education programs and TMA’s inaugural participation in Museums for All, a program granting free admission to families receiving food assistance.