Join us on June 2, 7 p.m. - 11 p.m., for a ‘60s-themed gala with a HOSTED cocktail bar and hors d’oeuvres that will blast you back to the days of our beloved Museum's move to this Julia Morgan treasure. You’ll also enjoy:
We have a few other far-out surprises in store for you, so get decked out in your best Mad Men-inspired cocktail threads and buy your tickets now to join us at the swankiest, most primo event of the year!
From an abandoned dog pound to an architecturally-significant historic building...
Did you know that the Riverside Art Museum was formerly located in an abandoned dog pound that was leased from the city for $1/year?
That all changed in 1967 when our current Julia Morgan-designed building was purchased from the YWCA and transformed into a center for arts education and exhibitions.
As we look to the next 50 years, your support is critical to RAM’s continued stewardship of the museum’s historic building, its role as a repository for locally created and collected artwork, and its distinction as a place for people of all ages to gather and learn.
As an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit and the region’s most prominent visual arts museum, we rely on you to help us inspire creativity and economic development, engage lifelong learners, and strengthen community by connecting people to place within our diverse region.
We invite you to celebrate 50 Years of Art & Architecture with the Riverside Art Museum by becoming a sponsor and by participating in our 1960s-themed Gala on June 2, 2017.
Sponsorships at the following levels are available:
For $25,000 and $50,000 level sponsorships, please contact Valerie Found at firstname.lastname@example.org or 951.684.7111 x 316.
We're asking the community for stories/memories about the museum and time spent in our historic Julia Morgan-designed building since the art museum purchased the building from the Riverside YWCA in 1967. If you have a story to tell, please email it to Valerie.
Join, renew, or upgrade your RAM membership today to celebrate our 50-year legacy and be a part of our dynamic future as the cultural and social hub of our region. Your membership makes it possible for imaginative, inquisitive people to explore their creativity and their community.
Not a member? Stop by and say hello! If you're excited about the exhibits and fun activities here, JOIN! Besides complimentary year-long admission, exhibition previews, access to members-only events, and special discounts, you'll also support art and culture programs throughout our community, including art education classes for more then 30,000 youth from diverse socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds!
Do you like to visit other museums? Membership at the Friend of RAM level or higher includes member privileges at more than 800 participating museums through the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) program.
So check out our membership special! If you're upgrading from an individual or Family membership - or joining RAM as a brand new member - for a limited time we're offering a special Friend of RAM rate of $167 (regular price $250) in honor of our historic Julia Morgan-designed building purchased in 1967.
Friend of RAM includes:
Betty & Leonard Dixon Helen L. Bell
S. Sue & William Johnson
Amy S. Harrison
Francie & Eric Johnson
Linda & Henry Coil
James Antoyan | JLA Real Estate Group
Sue & Rich Simonin | Westcoe Realtors Inc.
Connie & Roger Ransom
Kathy Wright & Dwight Tate
Barbara & Jim Robinson
Laura & Matt Merickel
Camille Sanders & Tom Powell
Susan Rothermund & Bob Harris
Ruhnau Ruhnau Clarke | Architects Planners
Shelley & Bob Kain
Jinnefer & Derrick Razo
Margo & Bud Dutton
Powell & Spafford, Inc.
Suzy & Gary Clem
Emmanuelle & Morey Reynolds
Barbara & Stephen Wallace
Cathy & Steve Morford
Patti & David Funder
Jacqueline & Andrew Hopper
Barbara & Doug Shackelton
Kirsten & Matt Shea
Jane & Joe Barr
Patricia Lock-Dawson & Scott Dawson
Bradley S. Alewine
National Charity League, Inc. Riverside Ticktockers
Peggy & Arthur Littleworth
Kathy & David Bocian
Linda & Ted Boecker
Ruth Anderson-Wilson | Bobbie Powell | Kurt Steinman | Modern Finds