As a nonprofit organization, we are very grateful for your contributions as we continue to advance our Bauhaus Chicago mission…your gift will bring both expanded and new opportunities – we couldn’t do what we do without your kind and generous support.
To those who wish to contribute funds, kindly send your check made to “Bauhaus Chicago Foundation NFP” and mail to the Bauhaus Chicago Foundation c/o T. Paul Young, 324 Osage Street, Park Forest, IL 60466
The Bauhaus Chicago Foundation is a tax exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN 45-2966719. Your contributions are tax deductible as provided under law.
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With a gift of $500 or more, we can send to USA donors: Lloyd C. Engelbrecht’s 2009 two-volume Moholy-Nagy: Mentor to Modernism with essays by Hattula Moholy-Nagy and Regan Brown, including DVD with the illustrations, historical sound and film clips and a video tutorial. Kindly verify current availability via email to reserve your copy.
Bauhaus Chicago Foundation is a tax exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN 45-2966719. Your contributions are tax deductible as provided under law.
We Seek Other Contributions
▪ Art, objects, books and archival materials within the scope of the BCF Collection
▪ Space of 2,000+ sq. ft. for collection storage, processing, reading room and exhibit space
▪ Mac and PC computer, computer programs, large scanner, library shelving, flat files
We are seeking development of our Board of Directors to include those who may have a passion for the subject of our work along with other skills, whether for fundraising, grant writing, research, collection documentation, accounting or legal assistance.
We are grateful to the many photographers whose work to varying degrees can be seen in this website: Jano Cohen, Sharon DeLaCruz, Stanislav Grezdo, Mary Ann Lea, Sigrid Neubert, Ronald Seymour, Schyler Yacono, Paul Young; with special thanks to David J. Burnham who has provided countless volunteer hours documenting research, collection and exhibit materials. Valued assistance of the BCF Advisory Committee through website development is much appreciated. Our website has been created though the generous talent and work of Linda Blackwell Design, Chicago.
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Martin Rosenzweig photograph
BCF is an non profit organization dedicated to preserving the legacy of László Moholy-Nagy’s schools.