Your support for museum exhibitions and education programs through the Museum of New Mexico Foundation enables the four state museums in Santa Fe to engage, inspire and educate hundreds of thousands of visitors from New Mexico and beyond each year.
The heart of the museum experience—exhibitions and related education programs—are fully dependent on private philanthropic support. Your investment in these vital areas helps provide the creative freedom, research opportunities and other resources that our museum directors, curators, educators and other staff need to dream of and deliver world-class exhibitions.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Museum of International Folk Art
New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors
New Mexico Museum of Art
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture tells the stories of the Native peoples of the Southwest from pre-history to contemporary art. Learn about giving opportunities at this museum in the following areas:
The Museum of International Folk Art houses the world’s largest collection of traditional folk art. Learn about giving opportunities at this museum in the following areas:
The New Mexico History Museum and the historic Palace of the Governors, a National Historic Landmark built in 1610, tell the story of New Mexico’s rich history and multicultural heritage. Learn about giving opportunities at these cultural institutions in the following areas: