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Fall 2004 Newsletter

Ransom Member Program

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Members of the Ransom Center receive benefits
such as exclusive previews of exhibitions,
special events featuring food and music, and
the opportunity to talk with exhibition curators
in private settings with limited attendance.

The Ransom Center extends sincere thanks to its 2003-2004 members. In the spring alone, we hosted a breakfast for members of the Ransom Guild and Director's Society. We also celebrated the opening of four exhibitions with a members-only preview. In the summer, we hosted "Jazz Under the Atrium," an event recognizing our members for their crucial support.

The Center's membership program is one of the most dynamic of its kind, and the 2004-2005 program promises to be even more exciting. We open three new exhibitions this fall, and accompanying these exhibits will be educational programs and special events available only to our members. In February 2005, our members will join us to commemorate a milestone for the Ransom Center and the University: the public opening of the Watergate archive of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.

Financial support from our members truly enables the Ransom Center to educate, entertain, and enlighten. Please consider joining the Ransom Center's membership group and become a part of Texas's premier cultural institution. You can join online or contact us for more information at (512) 471-8944.


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