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Although much of our support at the Georgia Museum of Art comes from generous individuals, through membership or other donations, we would also like to recognize the following corporations and foundations for their sponsorship of our exhibitions, programs and publications.

BNY Mellon Wealth Management

Supported by 225 years’ experience, BNY Mellon Wealth Management delivers the world-class capabilities of a global leader with the tailored solutions, care and commitment of a small firm. It offers customized wealth management solutions to wealthy individuals and families, family offices, charitable gift programs, endowments and foundations.

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Georgia Council for the Arts empowers the arts industry in Georgia and artists around the state to cultivate healthy, vibrant communities that are rich in civic participation, cultural experiences and economic prosperity. As a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia Council for the Arts provides grant funding, programs and services statewide that support this vital industry, preserve our cultural heritage and create increased access to high-quality arts experiences. GCA provides crucial operational support to the museum.

The W. Newton Morris Charitable Foundation

The W. Newton Morris Charitable Foundation gives primarily for programs that further public awareness of American, European and Asian (including those cultures defined as Oriental and Islamic) decorative art, paintings, drawings and prints representative of these cultures, for use solely within the United States or its possessions.

Morris served on the museum’s Board of Advisors from 1994 to 1998 and supported numerous exhibitions and activities at the museum. Born in Dublin, Ga., in 1925, Morris attended the University of Georgia. With his father, he founded the Morris Bank of Dublin in 1954 and served as vice president until 1980. He also owned and operated radio station WMLT and had numerous other business interests in Dublin and Laurens County.

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