Posts Tagged: donor q&a

Donor Q&A: Carole Harrell

Carole Harrell, Richmond-based artist and recent graduate of VCUarts Graphic Design department, discusses her expectations and hopes for the ICA. What does the ICA mean to you and why do you support it? Having lived in Richmond for nearly four years while earning my BFA in graphic design, I witnessed enormous growth and expansion in the urban… Read more »

Donor Q&A: Sally Bowring

Sally Bowring, artist, public art advocate, and ICA supporter, discusses her expectations and hopes for the ICA. 1. What does the ICA mean to you and why do you support it? I came to Richmond for the first time in 1978, arriving on the opening night of 1708 Gallery, an amazing addition to Richmond! I… Read more »

Donor Q&A: Micheal Sparks

Micheal Sparks, design and branding expert and ICA supporter, discusses his expectations and hopes for the ICA. 1. What does the ICA mean to you and why do you support it? Through art and its geographic location, the ICA will act as a “bridge” for the community to come together and discuss issues using contemporary… Read more »

Donor Q&A: Sara Reed

Sara Reed, art and design historian and ICA supporter, discusses her expectations and hopes for the ICA. 1. What does the ICA mean to you and why do you support it? I really see the ICA as a place for making connections, bringing our community together to make new connections through challenging and innovative works… Read more »

Donor Q&A: VCUarts Professor Sonya Clark

Sonya Clark, artist, educator, and ICA supporter, discusses her expectations and hopes for the ICA. 1. What does the ICA mean to you and why do you support it? The ICA is pure opportunity. It’s a vessel to bring the diverse populations of Richmond together around thought and action. The ICA presents a real opportunity… Read more »

Donor Talk: Jay Collier on the ICA

Can you describe your involvement with the ICA? Initially I supported the ICA with a gift, but I also wanted to help with fundraising and awareness.  Last spring I hosted a cocktail party for the ICA with Bill and Pam Royall to engage Richmond’s young professionals by creating ambassadors who can further spread the word about the ICA. Recently… Read more »