The Forsyth Lectureship on Medieval Art Named in Memory of George H. Forsyth, Jr., and William H. Forsyth
This fund, established in memory of medievalists George H. Forsyth, Jr. (Professor of Fine Arts and Director of the Kelsey Museum of Ancient and Medieval Archaeology at the University of Michigan) and William H. Forsyth (Curator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art), is intended to sponsor a lecture by a distinguished scholar of medieval art to be presented at multiple venues.
The Fund to Support the Publications of the International Center of Medieval Art Series
This fund has been established to support publications on medieval art through the Publications of the International Center of Medieval Art series.
The Elizabeth C. Parker Fund for the Publication of Gesta
This fund, established in honor of the scholar of Romanesque art, long-time Secretary of the ICMA, and a former editor of Gesta, Elizabeth C. Parker (Professor Emerita, Fordham University), will subsidize the publication of Gesta, the scholarly journal of the International Center of Medieval Art.
The Stephen K. Scher Fund
This fund honors ICMA’s long-standing member and scholar of late medieval art in France and Renaissance portrait medals, whose constancy and foresight has been a major contributor to the organization’s growth and ongoing success.
The Marilyn J. Stokstad Fund for Symposia on Medieval Art
This fund has been established by Marilyn J. Stokstad (Professor Emerita, University of Kansas), specialist in Spanish Romanesque art, and a former President of the ICMA, to support symposia on medieval art organized by individual and/or institutional members of the ICMA.
The Harvey Stahl Memorial Fund
This fund, intended to support the broad reach of ICMA activities, has been established in memory of the scholar of French Gothic Art, Harvey Stahl (Professor, University of California at Berkeley).
As part of the ICMA 50th Anniversary Endowment Campaign, funds are also being developed in honor of George Zarnecki and in memory of Robert Branner and of Jane Welch Williams.