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When you become a member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, you enjoy not only a full year of art for free at the city’s premier art institution, but also unlimited access to the treasures of the Rodin Museum.

Membership lets you experience wondrous collections, special exhibitions, engaging musical performances, stimulating educational programs, social opportunities, and memorable times with those you love. You will also be actively supporting the arts in Philadelphia, sustaining the mission and activities of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and helping to preserve extraordinary works of art for generations to come.

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Your Gift Makes a Difference.

You can play an integral role in ensuring that the Rodin Museum continues to inspire new generations of visitors. With your help, the new Rodin Museum will: Make a gift today >>

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is honored to accept gifts of any size. A list of naming opportunities that recognize leadership commitments in support of the Rodin Museum is available. All commitments of $10,000 or more will receive special recognition and may be paid over time.

For more information, or to support the Rodin Museum, please call the Development department at 215-684-7750 or email giving@philamuseum.org.

With thanks to our Rodin Museum Benefactors

The Philadelphia Museum of Art thanks and commends all those who have made outstanding gifts in support of the restoration and renovation of the Rodin Museum, its grounds, and garden. In partnership with The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, support was secured from the City of Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, The Pew Charitable Trusts, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and The William Penn Foundation. Leadership support was provided by Mrs. Samuel M. V. Hamilton, the Dorrance H. Hamilton Charitable Trust, The Hamilton Family Foundation, and the William B. Dietrich Foundation, with additional generous support from the City of Philadelphia, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Marie and Peter S. Dooner, Jr., Zoë and Dean Pappas, the American Express Foundation, Lisa D. Kabnick and John H. McFadden, The McLean Contributionship, Barbara B. and Theodore R. Aronson, and other individuals.
Credits as of July 11, 2012