Free admission at ICA from July 1!

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A kind donor has underwritten 5 years’ worth of admissions to the ICA, which means all of us can get in there free of charge.

The guy in the white hat is Glenn R. Fuhrman, ICA Overseer and contemporary art collector, not to mention a Wharton alum. The money comes from the Glenn R. Fuhrman Fund.

The ICA is planning a party Sept. 4 to celebrate this great news and to kick off the fall exhibition season, which includes work by artists Douglas Blau, R. Crumb, Kate Gilmore and Odili Donald Odita. Can’t wait for the art, can’t wait for the event!! Appropriately enough, the party is free and open to the public.

The regular admission for adults had climbed to $6, $3 for students, so this is welcome news. It is also the first time that the ICA has had no admission fee.

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