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Help us amplify the arts in Austin!
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Your generosity is outstanding! The Blanton is grateful to have received $1,370 so far. We have about 8 hours left to make this the most successful day of giving in Austin and reach our $3,000 goal!

A gift to the Blanton during Amplify Austin will support gallery lessons that allow students to traverse time, from sixteenth-century Europe to modern-day Texas, while learning skills that are transferable to all curricular areas, from history to math. Teachers frequently comment on the powerful impact these visits have, with many students experiencing art for the first time within our galleries.

Did you know that we now also offer a bilingual co-teaching program to better serve our students who come from Spanish-speaking households? We are one of the few museums in the country to have a program like this and are proud to be able to enhance and increase student engagement!

Your Amplify gift will have a direct impact:
  • $25 will provide visual aids and other materials that support class visits and help teach critical thinking skills
  • $100 will stock our WorkLAB studio with art-making supplies and inspire creativity
  • If you have extra to give, $250 will underwrite the cost of bus transportation to bring a class to the Blanton that could otherwise not afford to visit
As a thank you, our next 5 donors will receive a copy of the Blanton's catalog Through the Eyes of Texas: Masterworks from Alumni Collections. Don't wait!
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If you have already contributed to the Blanton during Amplify Austin, we thank you!

Follow @blantonmuseum on Twitter for live updates, and
track the Amplify Austin campaign using #AmplifyATX

Amplify Austin gifts are 100% tax-deductible and may NOT be applied towards Blanton membership.
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