Youth Access to the Arts
The Lovells believed that the arts contribute to the wholeness and balance of a person’s being. Their daughter Ann recalls seeing the magic of live theater as a young child, exploring the far reaches of the Smithsonian collections, and discovering her passion for poetry. Those experiences shaped the woman she would become.
The Lovell Foundation has supported nonprofit arts and cultural organizations led by people with vision and passion. Providing cultural experiences can open doors to a brighter future enriched with newfound talents, insights, creativity and life-changing discoveries.
The foundation funds many projects that enable children to learn about the arts and experience live music, theater performances and art museums.