Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery
Due to the federal government shutdown, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery are closed; programs and events at the museum are also canceled.
Since 1970, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and its Renwick Gallery have provided more than 660 students and scholars worldwide with financial support and unparalleled research opportunities. Our fellowship program launches new generations of professors and curators who, in turn, ignite a passion for the arts among their students and museum visitors.
With your gift to the 50th Anniversary Fellowship Campaign, you will help SAAM remain the home for American art scholarship in the 21st century. To make an even greater impact, please consider joining our 50th Anniversary Fellows’ Council at one of four giving levels:
Your tax-deductible donations can be directed to one of four funds:
The SAAM Fellowship Fund supports the areas of greatest need for our fellows. Your gift to this fund will honor the program’s 50th anniversary, and help to advance the study of American art—now and for the future.
The George Gurney Fellowship Endowment Fund, established by Peter and Paula Lunder, honors the distinguished career of the museum’s former curator of American sculpture.
The William H. Truettner Fellowship Endowment Fund, established by Peter and Paula Lunder, is a tribute to Mr. Truettner’s career of nearly fifty years as a curator of painting and sculpture at the museum.
The Joshua C. Taylor Fellowship, named after the program’s founder and the museum’s fifth director, is supported by alumni and friends of the fellowship program.
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