September 19, 2020
 
In a society where many museums and fine arts exhibits are shuttering their doors due to lack of funds, one arts appreciator is putting his money where his mouth is to keep the arts as alive as possible. Fine arts benefactor Baryn Futa has spent the last several years -- and then some -- supporting the arts in any way possible. From aiding individual artists in their dreams and endeavors to assisting museums through the recession, Baryn Futa has been pleased to bring his resources to the arts and their development, their growth and their future. Classrooms everywhere continue to suffer due to program shortfalls, cutting art classes around the U.S. Similarly, many small-town art galleries cannot sustain on community support alone. But benefactors such as Futa are doing their part to bring the support necessary back to creative expression and back to those artists who strive to make a living from their works of beauty.
June 17, 2020
 
Baryn Futa wasn’t always imbued with such a deep appreciation for the arts. In fact, most of his life was not very artful at all. When he retired, however, he began working with the Denver Art Museum, which led to his current appreciation of the importance of the arts on the society and culture.

During his time at the DAM, he cultivated what has become a deep love of the arts and art history with his attendance at art fairs and museum exhibitions and anything else he could find. He also attended arts classes and began his own art collection, which has grown into something very extensive and impressive over the years. He loans pieces from his collection to a number of museums and he holds memberships in many prominent art museums with impressive collections of their own.

Through his patronage of the arts, Baryn Futa is hoping to encourage more people to appreciate the arts the way he does. Through that appreciation, he hopes to cultivate more support for artists and their contributions to society.
March 23, 2020
 
Benefactors around the globe are what keep the high arts surviving and thriving. Baryn Futa and others like him provide financial support to these endeavors in addition to personal support in the form of attendance and assistance. They help artists become professionals who make a living from their work and they aid museums that face faltering admissions and donations.

But why support the arts? Why follow in the footsteps of Futa and become a benefactor for artistic endeavors? Arts are proven to improve academic performance, creating a more well-rounded student with a creative outlet. Art strengthens the overall economy and drives guests to local businesses via tourism. This helps to increase revenue for business as well as the community. Art is shown to improve personal wellbeing, bringing positive experiences into world experiences. Art drives creative industries; beyond art museums and galleries, art serves as a vital backbone to architecture, music, fashion and more, all of which uplift communities.. And lastly, art sparks additional innovation and creativity, amplifying individuals and society as a whole. But the reasons to support art, in general and for Baryn Futa, are innumerable and each is incredibly worth exploring additionally and getting behind for arts to grow and prosper today and in the future.