The John Steuart Curry Society recognizes and honors those who express their commitment to the arts by including WAM in their estate and financial plans. You are eligible for complimentary membership in the Curry Society if you:
• Include WAM in your will or living trust
• Designate WAM as a beneficiary of your retirement plan
• Establish an endowment or contribute to an existing endowment
• Designate WAM as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy
In appreciation of their efforts on behalf of WAM, Curry Society members receive our newsmagazine WAMViews and invitations to special programs and events as well as formal acknowledgment in WAM’s annual listing of patrons. There are no dues or fees associated with membership.
For information about membership in the Curry Society or to discuss a potential planned gift, please call Patricia McDonnell or Kourtney Carson at 316-268-4921.
Who is John Steuart Curry?
Curry (1897-1946) is an American painter noted for depicting life in his home state of Kansas. Along with Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, he is hailed as one of the three leading painters of American Regionalism of the 1930s and 1940s. Notably, Curry’s 1933 Kansas Cornfield is the first artwork acquired for WAM’s prized Roland P. Murdock Collection.