How to Give
Thank you for your tax-deductible gift to MIAD. Your support is essential to MIAD’s mission of igniting curious minds through art, design and service. Explore the many methods to give to MIAD.
Make a single gift by credit card using the form above.
To pay by credit card via the phone, please call 414‑847‑3238.
Please make your check payable to “Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design” and indicate the designation of your gift in the memo line. Please send your check or credit card information to:
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Attn: Institutional Advancement
273 E. Erie St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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Securities / Wire Transfer
Contact the MIAD Institutional Advancement office to give a gift of stock, mutual fund or other securities, or to give by wire transfer.
If your company offers a matching gifts program, your impact on MIAD may be multiplied! Contact your employer or your spouse/partner’s employer (usually the Human Resources Office) to learn how to participate in the company’s matching gift program.
Gifts in kind
Non-cash gifts, or gifts in kind, are tangible property such a books, artwork, furniture or antiques. Contact the MIAD Institutional Advancement office with any questions.
Get involved! Gifts of your time and talents are welcome at MIAD. For example, you can:
- Attend the MIAD Creativity Series, MIAD Holiday Sale or the annual Creative Fusion scholarship benefit.
- Volunteer your time to assist with a MIAD event or other activities.
- Hold a meeting in our creative spaces.
Contact our Director of Special Events Fran Serlin at email@example.com or 414‑847‑3336 for more details on how to get involved.
MIAD is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Gifts may be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you have any questions about contributing to MIAD, please contact 414‑847‑3238.
Three MIAD Communication Design students received 60th anniversary American Graphic Design Awards from Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) magazine. The students were selected from over 8,000 entries, and judged alongside professional design work. Fewer than 10% of entrants received an award.
Interior Architecture and Design (IAD) seniors from MIAD were taken to new heights on November 13 when they toured the construction site of The Couture, a 44-story skyscraper under construction that will be Milwaukee’s tallest residential and mixed-use building. The tour was part of a series of tours their senior thesis “Building Systems” class is taking with instructor Dan Kalkman, AIA.
The Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) selected the design of MIAD alum Debbie Sajnani ’16 (Communication Design) for its 2023 annual ornament. The ornaments are recreated each year by artisans using a reserve painting technique, according to MAM.
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