Become a Lucy Morgan Leader today
Support excellence in craft education by joining this special group of contributors who give $1,000 or more each year to sustain Penland’s work.
In 1929, Lucy Morgan began an educational experiment at Penland to support creative traditions and build community through instruction in craft. Today, Penland School of Crafts is a national center for craft education offering workshops with craft’s finest instructors, a resident artist program that nurtures artistic careers, and a gallery that presents extraordinary craft work to thousands of visitors each year.
Please consider an annual gift of $1,000 or more to honor and continue Lucy Morgan’s leadership—using the work of the hand to help people live creative lives.
Lucy Morgan Leader Benefits
Artist Advocate – $1,000
Director’s luncheon and hands-on workshop at the annual benefit auction, ten percent discount at the Penland Gallery and the supply store, behind-the-scenes updates about activities and events
Studio Sustainer – $2,500
All the above plus a guided tour of our studios for six, including a meal at the Pines
Craft Leader – $5,000
All the above, plus a visit to a resident artist’s studio (including a meal at the Pines with the resident artist), VIP parking for the annual benefit auction
Bill Brown Visionary – $10,000
All the above plus a two-night stay for two at Penland’s guest house, including meals at the Pines
Penland Benefactor – $25,000
All of the above plus a studio visit, including a hands-on experience, with an artist in the Penland community. The two-night stay at Penland’s guest house with meals is expanded to include four people.