Bruce Museum awarded grant from Private Art Dealers Association (PADA)

The Bruce Museum has been awarded a grant to support its dynamic exhibition and educational programming, at once traditional and innovative. These shows and programs reach both local and international audiences.

“We are delighted that the Private Art Dealers Association has chosen to support the Bruce’s mission to grow interest in arts and science throughout local communities and beyond” said Peter C. Sutton, the Susan E.Lynch Executive Director of the Bruce Museum.

The Private Art Dealers Association is the first association to represent leading art dealers who work from nonpublic spaces. Membership is open by invitation and members commit to uphold the highest professional and ethical standards. PADA is a member of the international art dealers’ association CINOA (Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d’Art) and is an affiliate society of the CAA (College Art Association).

The PADA has funded many philanthropic activities over the past two decades, including projects at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Frick Art Reference Library, and the Museo del Barrio, among many.

The presentation of the grant will take place at the annual dinner of the Private Art Dealers Association, on Monday evening, Nov. 2, in New York City.

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