Carnegie Mellon University

Support Arts Greenhouse

Community work requires community support. Our ability to partner with organizations in our community, support students' growth, and expand vibrant and transformative spaces for youth civic engagment requires your financial gifts and contributions.

Investing in the Work

When you choose to support Arts Greenhouse, we as a community actively invest in the future, ensuring the growth, success, and flourishing of the Pittsburgh region. Any amount furthers this important work. See what your genorosity can do through these suggested amounts.


Sponsor an Arts Greenhouse Student


Enable a single student to participate in Arts Greenhouse for a full semester

Enable Arts Greenhouse Internships


Allow CMU faculty and students to collaborate on Arts Greenhouse research to further its impact and evolution.

Sustain Arts Greenhouse


Provide industry-quality art supplies and materials for students to become competative in different creative fields.

Launch Arts Greenhouse Summer Programming


Youth around the city can participate in week-long summer workshops and community research projects, such as Redrafting the Map, a project that addresses issues of gentrification, racial exclusion, and framing of non-majority-white neighborhoods.

Fund the Arts Greenhouse Assistant Director of Educational Initiatives and Community Development

$100,000 (payable over 5 years)

The Assistant Director manages day-to-day operations, establishes partnerships, and leads the growth of the program with internal and external partners.

Fund the Arts Greenhouse Head Instructor

$250,000 (Payable over 5 years)

The Head Instructor is responsible for developing, teaching, and overseeing the AG curriculum, managing teaching artists, and training classroom interns.