Be a Friend of the Arts
David Barocio, Director of Development for the College of Fine Arts
Thank you for your interest in the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts!
As you may know, Fine Arts at OU has developed and produced alumni that currently star on Broadway, dance in companies around the world and have their voices echo the concert halls of The Metropolitan Opera House and Carnegie Hall, to name a few. We strive to give our students the best educational experience possible, but that is not possible without your support.
We invite you to explore ways to get involved and connect with OU Fine Arts. Our school’s membership groups, as well as our upcoming performances, events and exhibitions are a great way to support the talent of our students.
I encourage you to also explore our many giving opportunities, such as our Dean’s Circle, student scholarships, and the opportunity to name a chair in the newly renovated Elsie C. Brackett Theater.
With the support of generous donors like you, we will be able to see our talents shine on stage for many years to come!
Director of Development
For information about how you can support the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, please contact David Barocio at (405) 325-7376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Happily Ever After Fund for student scholarships is an initiative created to provide critical scholarship dollars for extremely talented students with financial needs in the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts. This fund was created so friends and supporters could help write a positive ending to a student's story and help make their dreams come true. Click here to donate to the Happily Ever After fund.
Elsie C. Brackett Theatre Chair Sponsorship
Here is your opportunity to name a chair in the newly renovated Elsie C. Brackett Theatre for a gift of $750 each. A great way to support the performing arts for many years to come!
Click here to sponsor a chair now
Be sure to complete the "In Honor/In Memory of" section of the online form.
The Brackett Theatre is located in the Rupel J. Jones Fine Arts Center.