Make a Donation
As a non-profit organization, the IAS welcomes donations from individuals and organizations wishing to promote the study of the visual arts and architecture of Italy, from antiquity to the present. Funds help support IAS annual operations, including travel grants for graduate students and emerging scholars who are presenting conference papers, and a lecture series that fosters exchange between the North American and Italian scholarly communities.
The IAS welcomes general operating contributions and is also happy to work with donors to direct contributions toward specific purposes, including travel grant support and/or the establishment of research or publication funds. All contributions beyond the level of annual dues are tax deductible.
To make a donation via check in the mail please send to:
Dr. Antje Gamble
Murray State University
604 Fine Arts Building
Murray, KY 42071
*Please contact our treasurer, Antje Gamble, for organizational donations that require IRS 501C3 designation.
To learn more about contributing to the Italian Art Society, including restricted gifts and the possibility of establishing endowed awards, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grazie! The Samuel H. Kress Foundation generously supports annual lectures in Italy and travel grants for scholars living outside North America to participate in IAS-sponsored sessions at conferences in the United States and Canada.
Grazie! Tamara and Richard Morgenstern, through the Jewish Communal Fund, generously support the general operations of the Italian Art Society
The Italian Art Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Illinois (EIN 26-2209330); all contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. More information on the society’s non-profit status may be found on the About the IAS page; a copy of its IRS determination letter is available upon request to the treasurer.
Become a Member
To join or renew your annual membership, please click here.
Membership in the Italian Art Society offers many benefits. The IAS brings together established and emerging scholars, students, and others with a shared interest in the history of the architecture and visual arts of Italy, from prehistory to the present day.
- Members receive the triennial Italian Art Society Newsletter and monthly updates delivered via e-mail (add us to your address book to ensure that our mail gets to you).
- Members may suggest panels for conference sessions, apply for IAS-sponsored grants, write articles for the newsletter, and post notes to IAS social media, including the website and IASblog. The IAS website hosts a bulletin board to exchange information of interest to our community as well as lists of dissertations on Italian topics, both under way and recently completed. Members may post recent books and articles on our Member Publications page and find information on research resources online and in Italy.
- Membership supports our sessions at international conferences including AAIS, CAA, RSA, SCSC, and the International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo, as well as travel fellowships and grants supporting research and publication. The IAS organizes the IAS/Kress Lectures in Italy, through which senior North American scholars share their research in Italian venues including Florence, Naples, Pisa, and Rome.
Membership is on a calendar-year basis (1 January – 31 December). The IAS offers several individual membership levels. We also offer institutional and corporate membership.
Looking for another way to get involved with IAS? Why not join us as a committee member or officer!
The IAS is grateful to all members for their continued support of and service to the Italian Art Society. Grazie infinite!
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Any purchase that starts through an Amazon link on our website will benefit the society. It does not change the cost of your purchase. Instead, a percentage of any and all purchases made will be returned to the IAS! It is that simple! Revenue helps to support IAS annual operations, including travel grants and lecture series.
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