M&A is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supported by local and national grants, private contributions, direct sponsorships and in-kind donations. Through direct monetary donations, in-kind services and goods, grants and special funding, our supporters help us produce public exhibitions, performances, workshops, dialogues, publications and free programming to our community.

For questions or to connect about supporting Materials & Applications please contact us directly at info [at] materialsandapplications.org. 


Thank you to our 2017 Gala Donors

Benjamin Ball
Abigail Collins
Allison C.
Claire Didier
Tim Durfee
Gary Fox
Melina Girardi & James Diewald
Kian Goh
Sarah Hearne
Casey Hughes

 

Brian Janeczko
Jimenez Lai & Joanna Grant
Raffi Lehrer
Elan Mordoch
Brooke Phillips
Noah Riley
Vanessa Riegl
Maxi Spina
Warren Techentin
Kevin Wronske
 

We are grateful to count the following foundations, corporations, and individual funders as part of our community! 

Special Mention

Ball-Nogues Studio, Barbara Bestor Architecture, Belzberg Architecture, Los Angeles Design Festival, Oyster Gourmet

In-Kind

Aesop, Dublab, SOTO Sake, Hans Vodka

Fabrication & Facilities

UCLA Architecture & Urban Design, SCI-Arc, UC Berkeley

Public Funders & Foundations

Graham Foundation, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Department of Cultural Affairs, Pasadena Arts Alliance, Andy Warhol Foundation, Metabolic Studio

Featured

Corr Contemporary, PCL Construction, Renegade Flooring, Russell Holthouse, Gensler, Integrated Development, Riley Design

 

Our guests Merri Norris and Board member Warren Techentin raise their glasses at the 2017 M&A Gala. 

Our guests Merri Norris and Board member Warren Techentin raise their glasses at the 2017 M&A Gala. 

Snapshot of the 2017 Gala event hosted at Navel, with sponsorship by Aesop, SOTO Sake, and Dublab.   

Snapshot of the 2017 Gala event hosted at Navel, with sponsorship by Aesop, SOTO Sake, and Dublab.   

The 2017 M&A tote bag featuring new work by artist Tanya Brodsky, in anticipation of the 2018 exhibition Privacies Infrastructure. 

The 2017 M&A tote bag featuring new work by artist Tanya Brodsky, in anticipation of the 2018 exhibition Privacies Infrastructure.