Many students are unable to experience the life-changing environment of CSU Summer Arts without the help of generous donations. Imagine studying with the best in the industry: Emmy Award winners, Tony Award winners, National Dance Awards winners, internationally acclaimed musicians, painters, and academics. Some of the top creatives in the arts gather at Summer Arts for four weeks every summer.
Thanks to these gifts, students work in a collaborative environment where nothing interferes with their creative practice. They can look at themselves in relation to their art. They are questioned about why they do what they do and what it means. By living in residence with other artisans, students are fully engaged in their discipline. There is nothing like CSU Summer Arts.
Simply select "CSU Summer Arts" when making your donation online at the link below.
All donors will receive recognition in our public events calendar and during our summer program.
Friend: up to $249Advocate: $250 to $499Patron: $500 to $999Benefactor: $1000 and higher
All donations go directly to student scholarships. CSU Summer Arts is a nonprofit organization that amplifies students' success through the generous donations of the community.
Leslee and Thomas Abram
ALPI USA, Inc.
Armen and Dan Bacon
Norman Berger and Anna Lissa
Collin Bressie and Mary Irons
Katherine Bressie (in memory of Jim and Jerry Ridinger)
Bonner Family Foundation
Kaye Bonner Cummings
David and Lucy Casey
Flor de Loto
Brett Hedrick, Hedrick's Chevrolet
Celeste DeMonte and Neal Howard
Robin and Leo Eisenberg (in memory of Sergio Escobar)
Joyce and Bob Kierejczyk
January Stern Kimball (in memory of Sergio Escobar)
Clarice and Ben Krikorian
Prof. David Larson
Terry Levin (in memory of Sergio Escobar)
Making Sense Bookkeeping, Inc.
Kelly and Alisa Martin
John Mayer and Rena Urso (in memory of Sergio Escobar)
Kelly Pace Mode
Carole and Robert Monke
Mario and Maureen Palladini
Neil Swartz and Karen Akwa Charitable Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Rohlfing
Robert and Joan Schoettler
Joanne and Todd Sharp
Jim Spalding (in memory of Bill Morse)
James and Robin Straus