Supporting Artistic, Cultural and Intellectual Programming at Fairfield University

You can make a difference!

qc_donation1Many individuals like you provide a gift* to Fairfield University strengthening our ability to provide diverse arts experiences that enhance the cultural life of our community. Our season not only enriches adults through diverse and exciting programming, but ignites the imaginations of young people through educationally-vibrant activities, too. And even more, gifts strengthen our capacity to reach under-served communities and provide arts and educational experiences that are too often outside their reach. With ticket income covering only 45% of our costs, your investment is needed more than ever. The thrilling, uplifting, and life-enhancing power of the arts is yours to give.

*Donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts - the creative heart of Fairfield County, offering music, dance, theatre, and young audience programming, HD broadcasts of The Met Opera and many other special events.

Open VISIONS Forum - "public conversations" which present a broad range of perspectives and interests of the University's students and faculty with the wide general interest of our regional audience.

Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery - features year-round exhibitions of noted artists from around the world along with a wide range of diverse lectures and educational programming.

Bellarmine Museum of Art - displays a rich and varied collection of paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts objects from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods. Also showcased is a range of non-Western art including pre-Columbian vessels, 19th-century South East Asian sculptures and African masks, as well as a variety of Celtic and Medieval objects. The museum serves not only as a wonderful resource for the general public but as a classroom/learning laboratory for regional middle and high school students, teachers, and art scholars.

To learn more about an individual gift, contact Gary Wood, Quick Center Director, (203) 254-4242, or gwood@fairfield.edu.