Annual Report • Fiscal Year 2021

What does it mean to foster a culture of “belonging”? Throughout this Annual Report we’ll take a closer look at what this term means. We will also share conversations with diverse representatives of the TMA community, which collectively provide an overview of the last year at the Museum and a view into our future.

Numbers of Note

  • 83,633
    Museum visits
  • 1,262
    Students and teachers on school tours, with 759 docent-led and 503 self-guided
  • 114
    Public glassblowing demonstrations


  • Giovanni Battista Camuccini

    (Italian, 1819-1904), Ariccia, The Porta Napoletana with the Palazzo Chigi. Oil on canvas, about 1840. Purchased with funds given by Dr. and Mrs. James G. Ravin, 2020.37.

  • Pablo Picasso

    (Spanish, 1881-1973), Still Life with Glass Under the Lamp. Four-color linocut in yellow, red, green, and black, on Arches paper, 1962. Gift of the Georgia Welles Apollo Society, 2020.36.

  • Bisa Butler

    (American, born 1973), The Storm, the Whirlwind, and the Earthquake. Cotton, silk, wool, and velvet quilted and applique, 2020. Purchased with funds from the Florence Scott Libbey Bequest in Memory of her Father, Maurice A. Scott, 2020.35.

  • Jacopo Ligozzi

    (Italian, 1547-1627), Saint Francis Adoring the Cross. Oil on canvas, 1596. Gift of The Barbara Piasecka Johnson Foundation, 2020.38.

  • Edouard Vuillard

    (French, 1868-1940), Interior with Pink Wallpaper II from the album, Landscapes and Interiors. Lithograph in five colors on China paper, 1899. Purchased with funds given by Robyn Voss Barrie and David S. Barrie family, and friends in memory of Jean Voss, 2020.39.

  • Olga de Amaral

    (Colombian, born 1932), Riscos y oro, 2 [Crags and gold, 2]. Horsehair, fiber, paint, gold leaf, 1985. Purchased with funds from the Libbey Endowment, Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey, 2020.40.

  • Claire Falkenstein

    (American, 1908-1997), Concerto in ‘D’, Proud. Copper wire, slumped and fused glass, about 1960. Gift of Didier and Martine Haspeslagh, 2020.42.

  • Joseph Kosuth

    (American, born 1945), One and Three Blackboards. Portable blackboard, mounted photograph of blackboard, enlargement of the dictionary definition of “blackboard”, 1965. Gift of the artist, 2021.1A-C.

  • Possibly Venetian or Ottoman

    Celsing Court Tazza and Leather Case. Glass, cut and engraved, with gold and enamel mounts; gilt and tooled leather case, about 1630. Purchased with funds from the Florence Scott Libbey Bequest in Memory of her Father, Maurice A. Scott, 2021.2A-B.

  • Xiaoze Xie

    (Chinese, born 1966), April-May 2000, Shanghai No. 1. Oil on canvas, 2001. Given in honor of Andria Derstine, Director of the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, 2021.3.

  • Julie Macdonald

    (American, 1926-1982), Head of Charlie Parker. Pasadena sandstone, about 1955. Purchased with funds from the Florence Scott Libbey Bequest in Memory of her Father, Maurice A. Scott, 2021.4.

Financial Summary

Total Revenue & Support
Total Expenses
Pooled Investments$229,419,605
Charitable Trusts$87,350,414
Operating Surplus (Deficit)$1,908,719
Endowment & Investment Income$7,722,658
Earned Income$2,707,285
PPP Loan Forgiveness$1,853,725
Total Revenue & Support$16,495,357
Art Collection$5,595,123
Art Education & Programs$4,972,043
Management & General$2,610,900
Fundraising & Development$1,408,572
Total Expense$14,586,638