In June 2006, Director John B. Henry, III's tenure was honored by the FIA's Board of Trustees with the dedication of the Henry Library. Mr. Henry's successes include many important acquisitions to the FIA's collection and overseeing the $20 million expansion and renovation of the art school and museum.
This spacious room serves a variety of social functions from a rental facility for friends of the FIA to elegant Rubens members' dinners. Isabel Hall is named in honor of Mrs. Harding Mott, a great lady who enjoyed all the arts, including the art of planning and presenting a grand event.
Robert S. & Judy W. Piper Print Library
Bob and Judy's affiliation with the FIA began early in their marriage working as volunteers through the Friends of Modern Art at the Art Fair. Their interest in art and the FIA, as a couple and individually, evolved into participating in studio classes, interpreting the collection through the Docent program, participating in both the Founders Society and FOMA, collecting contemporary prints, serving on countless committees and on the Board of Trustees.