Supporting the DIA's ongoing efforts to improve and expand its world-renowned American art collection

Associates of the American Wing
The Associates of the American Wing, an auxiliary of The Detroit Institute of Arts, works with DIA curators of American art to stimulate and encourage interest in American art, and to support the DIA’s on-going efforts to improve and expand its world-renowned collection of American art.



AAW members enjoy special programs dealing with American painting, sculpture, and decorative arts of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. These events include public lectures, private tours of DIA exhibitions, “behind-the-scenes” programs at the DIA, receptions, dinners, and trips to other museums and private collections.

You are cordially invited to join the Associates of the American Wing, and to participate in all the exciting projects and programs the AAW will sponsor this year.

Mr. Richard A. Manoogian

Honorary Chairman

Annual membership dues are listed below. In order to be eligible for membership in the Associates of the American Wing, you must be a member of The Detroit Institute of Arts.

Membership Levels

Membership Level Annual Dues
Single Associate $50
Associate $100
Supporting $250
Single Benefactor* $500
Benefactor** $1,000
Major Benefactor** $1,500



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* Membership at the Single Benefactor level includes dinner for one person after each Wednesday evening lecture.

** Membership at the Benefactor or Major Benefactor level includes dinner for two people after each Wednesday evening lecture.

Officers

Dr. Steven Lash, President

Mary Massaron, Vice-President

John Cowan, Treasurer

Bert Douglas, Membership

Barbara Quilty, Recording Secretary

Arlene Lewis, Corresponding Secretary

Directors

Judy Anderson

Rosemary Cotter

Eleanore Gabrys

Mary Ann Gorlin

Story John 

Carolyn Nichols

Jeffrey Lipton

Wendy Silverman

Gregory Wittrock

Staff

Kenneth Myers, Curator and Department Head

Benjamin Colman, Associate Curator

Tarya Stanford, Administrative Assistant

Edward Maki-Schramm, Development Liaison