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Make a Donation

By supporting the Williams College Museum of Art, you make it possible for us to provide free admission all year round, bring dozens of school groups—from toddlers to teens—to our galleries, host free talks and tours with visiting artists, and train the next generation of arts leaders.

Your tax-deductible contribution—no matter its size—to WCMA allows us to remain one of the premier academic art museums in the nation.

To donate online, click here or call (413) 597-3091.

Give a Gift of Art

How Do I Give a Gift of Art?

We invite you to contact us to discuss whether a work of art in your collection would enhance the museum’s mission.  Contributing works of art to the museum is an investment in the education of future generations of students for whom the chance to see works of art firsthand is a transformative experience. We look forward to receiving your call at (413) 597-2318.

How a Gift of Art Supports Teaching at Williams

We are an active, collecting museum. Here, works of art don’t languish in storage; they flourish.

The Williams College Museum of Art is committed to expanding its collection with works of art that support the museum’s teaching mission to ensure that all students have personal encounters with art as part of their Williams experience. The collection’s breadth provides inspiration for faculty members who integrate works of art across time and cultures into their curriculum. Teaching with works from the collection provides a basis for critical thought and creativity and fosters a global perspective that impacts the way that students think about and view the world around them.

A special classroom designed for teaching with the collection supports teaching for over 55 courses. While 350 objects are on view in the galleries, more than 2,000 artworks are used for teaching in this classroom each year. In addition, over 50,000 visitors come to the museum from the college, the surrounding community, and around the world annually. Every year, more than 14,000 individuals attend education programs such as artist’s talks, lectures, performances, tours, and class sessions in the galleries.