Kirk and Jeri Clark were recently honored with the International Museum of Art & Science’s Second Annual Legacy Award. The Clarks have more than 37 years of dedication to the arts, beginning with some of the Museum’s founding members back in
1969 — the late Charles and Dorothy Clark. Kirk and Jeri Clark have continued to support IMAS and have made significant contributions to Museum’s permanent art collection. They most recently funded the renovation of the Clark Family Gallery, now
open at IMAS.
Their continued support for IMAS is acknowledged in the presentation of the Legacy Award, which was presented to them during a private reception May 19 at IMAS.
‘The Legacy Award is part of the Museum’s Living Legends program that explores one of the most essential components of every great Museum in the world: philanthropy and artistry,’ said Serena Rosenkrantz, IMAS director. ‘Abundant generosity coupled with a love for the arts has produced some of the finest life enriching institutions in the world. IMAS is fortunate to share a part in this community. This year we acknowledged the Clark family, with Kirk and Jeri Clark for the legacy that they truly are.’