That's an ambitious goal, said Bryan Orander, 50, president of Indianapolisbased Charitable Advisors LLC-to achieve it, art patrons would have to help the museum in a substantial way."The positive thing is that a couple [of] foundation grants and a handful of generous donors can make a big dent in their revenue," he said. "If they can sustain themselves for two or three years, they might be able to … make it work."Still, that could be an even bigger challenge with Carmel's Midwest Museum of Contemporary Art opening in September. Having two similar museums could be a distraction, Orander said.