A Milestone Investment

James and Susan Moeser pose outdoors in front of South Building on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus.

A $3 million anonymous gift to Carolina Performing Arts honors CPA founder and Carolina’s Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser by ensuring continued access to innovative, creative arts programming.

The James and Susan Moeser Endowed Fund for the Executive and Artistic Director at CPA will ensure future opportunities for the Carolina community and beyond to discover the world through the arts. Funds will support the executive and artistic director in fostering relationships on a global scale and advancing artistic excellence – critical work that fuels CPA’s legacy of making innovative arts programming accessible to the Carolina community.

“Chancellor Moeser’s investment in the arts heralded a new era at Carolina that continues to this day. Chapel Hill is a destination for world-class performers, where visiting artists integrate into the classroom and new opportunities for interdisciplinary discoveries abound,” said UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz. “This gift is a testament to the essential role that the arts play at the nation’s first public university, and we are grateful for Chancellor Moeser’s commitment to this endeavor.”

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