The art collection at The Kinsey Institute contains thousands of works, including
paintings, drawings, etchings, engravings, and photographs. Many of these artworks are rarely seen, as they
are not framed and have never been exhibited. We invite you to consider “adopting” a work of art
by making a tax-deductible donation to cover the cost of archival framing. We will acknowledge your generous
gift by placing your name on a label to be displayed with the piece when it is exhibited. In the past, some
of our donors have chosen to “adopt” an artwork in honor of a friend or relative—the perfect birthday or
holiday gift for that person who has everything!
Contact Catherine Johnson-Roehr, curator, for more information.
The Kinsey Institute periodically exhibits a selection of unframed artworks that are available for adoption. See the KI news page or check upcoming events for dates and times.
Support Our Exhibitions
The Kinsey Institute art department is continually organizing new exhibits for its gallery, so there are always artworks in need of framing. We invite you to "adopt" one of these works of art by making a tax-deductible donation to cover all or part of the cost of framing the piece. Please contact us to find out more about artworks that are currently available for “adoption”.
Woman in camisole, 1922.
Gelatin silver print (postcard format).
5 1/2 x 3 3/8 inches.
Donated in 1959.
(This work was "adopted" on July 31, 2001).