Friends of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts
The Sarofim School of Fine Arts exists to teach Southwestern students the full spectrum of the fine arts. Every performance, recital, exhibit, and lecture represents a teaching moment as the Sarofim School prepares students to become contributors to society, whether as professionals in the fine arts or as knowledgeable citizens versed in the arts.
To ensure that Southwestern can continue providing the broadest experiences for learning and teaching the fine arts, Southwestern established the Friends of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts. Your membership and financial support ensure a healthy academic future.
When you become a Friend, you’ll receive exclusive benefits throughout the year.
In addition to the above, members joining at the $1,000 and above level receive:
In addition to the above, members joining at the $2,500 and above level receive:
Since We Already Have So Many Friends in Common, Why Not Make It Official?
Join the Friends of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts. Each membership is for a household (two persons), and single members may bring a guest to each event. The tax-deductible portion of the membership is the amount given beyond $150 which covers food and beverage at events throughout the season.
The Friends of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts kicked off their 2012-2013 season with a presentation on costume design given by Kerry Bechtel, associate professor of theatre and chair of the Theatre Department. (Photos by Lucas Adams)
Friends of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts gathered at Greg and Linda Austin’s lovely house in Old Town for dinner after the March 4, 2012 production of “The Beggar’s Opera.” (Photos by Lucas Adams)