DIA Art Foundation

Dear Friends,
Thank you for being part of Dia’s community. I hope you have seen our recent announcement about our efforts to revitalize our exhibition spaces in New York City and Beacon, and our programming across all of Dia’s sites. During this exciting moment, your participation as a donor, member, or visitor is more meaningful than ever.
This summer, I hope you will continue your engagement with Dia by exploring our current and upcoming projects. A new exhibition of work by Jacqueline Humphries will open this month at the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton. I encourage you to spend a day at Dia:Beacon, where newly installed exhibitions of work by Charlotte Posenenske and Lee Ufan, on view now, will be joined by a presentation by Sam Gilliam in August.
At Dia:Beacon, the museum will remain free for Hudson Valley residents on the last Sunday of each month. Saturday Studio will continue to engage families with practicing artists, and our intensive Dia Teens program will connect youth with activities in Beacon and New York City. Your support allows Dia to maintain access to these free programs for our community in New York and beyond. I hope you will consider making a contribution today.
Thank you for continuing to support Dia’s constellation of sites and special projects with your generosity and involvement. We look forward to sharing our revitalized sites and programs with you very soon.
Jessica Morgan
Nathalie de Gunzburg Director
Dia Art Foundation


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