Updated: May 6, 2020
In these challenging times, we’re incredibly heartened by the strength of the arts community in Greater Cleveland and beyond. The Morgan is a hidden gem, off the beaten path, and our versatile space makes us a unique arts center unlike any other in the United States. But, it’s you, our community, that truly makes us who we are.
Because even COVID-19 can’t stop us from sharing our love of paper arts with people of all ages, we’d be honored if you’d consider helping us out from the safety and comfort of your home. From giving to our COVID-19 Relief Fund to sharing our posts on social media, there are lots of ways you can help ensure that our mission continues long after the pandemic.
5 Ways to Support the Morgan From Home
Donate or Become a Member
Donations & memberships will benefit our COVID-19 Relief Fund. Every little bit helps. Your gift of any amount supports another year of educational programs, workshops, community outreach, and artistic excellence at the Morgan.
Follow Us on Social Media
Keep tabs on all that we’re up to by following us on social media. We recently made the difficult decision to cancel our Summer Workshop season. We’re working to develop digital workshops and artist features. Social media is the easiest way to keep in touch with us in real-time. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
View our Juried Exhibition Digitally
You’re likely familiar with our National Juried Exhibition. It’s our most popular opening night of the year. We’re heartbroken that its been postponed until further notice however, we’ve added the artwork to a digital gallery.
View our digital gallery & consider supporting artists by purchasing their work.
Share your Creative Projects
Are you an artist that uses paper as a medium? We’d love to see how you're staying creative during quarantine. Tag us @MorganPaper and we’ll share your creative project in our Instagram story!
Thanks, as always, for your continued support of the Morgan. We wish you and your loved ones safety, comfort, and all our best as we face the months ahead together as a community.
-The Morgan Staff