Support the Museum of International Folk Art
The Museum of International Folk Art’s permanent and changing exhibitions reflect founder Florence Dibell Bartlett’s belief that “The art of the craftsman is a bond between the peoples of the world.”
As art that is born and sustained in global communities, museum exhibitions emphasize community identities and aesthetics to encourage viewers to consider and value their own traditions and aesthetics. The museum’s wide-ranging collections inspire inclusive exhibitions spanning local, regional and global topics.
The State of New Mexico funds museum staff salaries and operating expenses, leaving the substance of the museum experience—exhibitions, collections care and public programs—dependent upon private philanthropic support.
Your gift to the Museum of New Mexico Foundation is an investment in what is required to create world-class exhibitions. This includes planning and preparation by curators, designers, fabricators, educators and registrars; costs of loans and shipping for borrowed works; research travel for curators; public education programs, marketing and more.
Your support helps provide the resources needed to create meaningful exhibitions.
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