All of us at DOMA would like to take this opportunity to recognize the impact of our volunteers not only for DOMA and Ball State, but the greater Muncie community. Thanks to your efforts and generosity, we are able to continue to meet the needs of our community through our tours, events, and public programming. The David Owsley Museum of Art would not be able to fulfill our mission of providing programs that highlight the value of the collection as an educational resource as well as meaningful and memorable experiences for all visitors.
Thank you for all you do to support DOMA’s mission to cultivate lifelong learning in the visual arts. Your contributions allow us to work with a broad audience of museum visitors, from preschoolers to retirees and everything in between. We simply could not do this work without the time and talents you generously offer. Whenever I’m asked what I like best about my job, I say it’s you — all our fabulous DOMA docents. You truly make our community a better place.
We also appreciate the time, energy, and invaluable input that DOMA receives from our Friends Advisory Council! This group of volunteers represents the larger Friends of the David Owsley Museum of Art and meets regularly throughout the year. They are steadfast ambassadors in the community, connecting DOMA to organizations, donors, families, and friends whenever the opportunity arises. The Council is also instrumental in planning DOMA’s annual spring fundraiser Art in Bloom. We couldn’t do it without them!
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As always, thank you for reading the DOMA insider and make sure to visit the museum soon! DOMA is free and open to the public; we are open Tuesday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., and Saturday from 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Check out our website at bsu.edu/doma.