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Society of Fellows

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The Society of Fellows offers the opportunity to enjoy fellowship, enrichment, and philanthropy through annual giving. Fellows receive special privileges and exclusive opportunities to engage with curators and collections from the Library, Art, and Botanical divisions.

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Opportunities to Support

Open to all individuals, Fellows provide the unrestricted annual giving critical to The Huntington’s intellectual and educational activities.

 

  • Fellows  ($2,500 to $4,999)
  • President's Circle - ($5,000 to $9,999)
  • Huntington Circle ($10,000 to $24,999)
  • Huntington Circle - Silver ($25,000 to $49,999)
  • Huntington Circle - Gold ($50,000 to $99,999)
  • Huntington Circle - Platinum ($100,000+)

 

To recognize the dedication and vital support of the Fellows, The Huntington offers exclusive privileges and an extensive event program.

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Upcoming Fellows Events

Fellows Preview - Tiffany Favrile GlassFellows Preview - Tiffany Favrile Glass

Friday, Oct. 6

Join us for a reception and exclusive preview of Tiffany Favrile Glass: Masterworks from the Collection of Stanley and Dolores Sirott.

 

 

 

3Tu (3rd Tuesdays)3Tu (3rd Tuesdays)

A new monthly series featuring behind-the-scenes tours (with a new tour each time) followed by a small reception.

October 17: Larry Burik: All About the Mausoleum

 

 

 

Society of Fellows Lecture: Tiffany Favrile GlassSociety of Fellows Lecture: Tiffany Favrile Glass

Friday, Oct. 20

Join Virginia Steele Scott Curator of American Art, Chad Alligood, for an evening lecture showcasing thirty-two exquisite glass vases designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany.

 

 

Fellows Fall SeminarFellows Fall Seminar

Thursday, Nov. 2

Join us for the Fellows Fall Seminar featuring Vanessa Wilkie. In this lecture, she discusses her exhibition "The Reformation: From the Word to the World".

 

 

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