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Penn’s Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) is internationally recognized for presenting work that amplifies the voices of artists who have not been heard.

ICA is a non-collecting contemporary art museum, a rare kunsthalle. This frees our curators to explore the globe, uncovering original artists in media ranging from painting to performance. We present art that confronts visitors with new ideas, building the muscle to think differently, which is essential to a well-rounded Penn education.

New, ambitious support will allow ICA to ensure the stability of our unique curatorial vision, directly introducing more Penn students to contemporary art and extending the impact of our exhibitions and scholarship by engaging the broader public.

CAMPAIGN GOAL: $30,000,000

Campaign Priorities

  • Open our doors more widely by expanding our public outreach through programming and marketing communications that invite Philadelphians to see ICA as their own.
  • Make our exhibitions more accessible through a wide range of intriguing public programming and interdisciplinary collaborations that will bring students to ICA from across Penn’s campus.
  • Promote our reputation for innovation by increasing endowment for key leadership positions and amplifying their ability to bring fresh and thought-provoking work to the widest possible audience.

Campaign Leadership

David Evan Simon, W’95 WG’01
Co-Chair, Institute of Contemporary Art Campaign

Bryan Scott Verona, W’94
Co-Chair, Institute of Contemporary Art Campaign

Lise J. Spiegel Wilks, C’80 PAR’15
Co-Chair, Institute of Contemporary Art Campaign

Talk To Us

Bruno Nouril
Director of Development

(215) 573-1045
bnouril@ica.upenn.edu

This campaign will empower ICA to continue presenting compelling and uncompromising art that engages students and the public around the most important issues of our times.”JOHN McINERNEY, INTERIM DANIEL DIETRICH, II DIRECTOR OF THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

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