Hirshhorn Receives $2 M. Donation Toward ‘Future Fund,’ for Redesign of Public Spaces, Technology

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The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., has received a donation of $2 million from trustee Joleen Julius and her husband Mitch Julius. This is, according to the museum, the “single largest individual donor gift in the museum’s history.” The money will go toward establishing the “Future Fund,” a $4 million fundraising initiative aimed at redesigning the museum’s public spaces, in particular the lobby and the Hirshhorn’s sculpture garden. The money will also be used for “increased integration of technology into public programming.”

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