Art elevates the everyday, and the Wiregrass Museum of Art connects our community directly to the art and artists of our time, making our region more creative and innovative, and a better place to live, work, and learn. Be part of the museum’s mission to inspire lifelong learning for all ages through exciting exhibitions, unique events, and crucially needed art education programs in 2023 with a donation of any amount.
Right now, your donations are twice as impactful! WMA has received a challenge grant of $120,000 for the next three years from the Daniel Foundation of Alabama, giving $40,000 in unrestricted, operating support to the museum each year when it matches the grant dollar for dollar. We’re excited to meet this challenge in the next few weeks, and your generous donations will help us unlock this opportunity.
Your contributions directly enable WMA to do what it does best: support emerging and established artists in the Southeast, work directly with students and educators, provide high-quality art experiences with free admission for all visitors, and partner with other nonprofit organizations and outreaches.
Will you consider making a gift online to further our mission and help WMA meet this matching grant challenge?Make a One-Time Donation Make a Recurring Donation
Education and Lifelong Learning
PreK-12 students and learners of all ages explore their creativity, cultivate critical thinking, and learn new skills through hands-on experiences and public programming.
Innovation, Creativity, and Economic Dynamism
The visual arts are a vibrant resource for the vitality of our communities, and WMA cultivates our rural region into a center for growth by providing creative and financial support for artists, exhibitions, residencies, and special projects.
Wellness and Community Cohesion
Access to the arts inspires us to take an active role in our communities, whether in person at WMA or through its virtual platforms that reach audiences across the nation.
Civic Dialogue and Cultural Sharing
At WMA, we provide a platform for artists to tell the stories of the South, and for residents to join in that dialogue, creating meaningful connections to build cultural equity.