Support the Museum of International Folk Art
The Museum of International Folk Art provides award-winning education programs that encourage visitors to better understand themselves and others by viewing, creating and interacting with folk art. Field trips for schoolchildren, group tours, docent-led tours, educator training, and development of folk art-based school curricula are among the museum’s innovative educational offerings.
For more than two decades, Folk Art to Go!, the museum’s flagship education program, has expanded the world for schoolchildren throughout New Mexico. The program offers both classroom and museum-based sessions on current exhibitions. These are complemented by exhibition tours, hands-on art projects, games, songs and dance, and other activities that engage children in folk art.
Your gifts to the Museum of International Folk Art Art Education Fund through the Museum of New Mexico Foundation ensure that these dynamic programs and learning opportunities are available to all who visit the museum. You may also opt to give to the Foundation’s Fund for Museum Education. This fund supports education programs at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture as well as at our three other affiliated state museums in Santa Fe, seven historic sites statewide and the Office of Archaeological Studies. Learn more here.
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