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Visitors in the galleries during art in bloom exhibition 2018

 

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Support a more inclusive MAM

One of MAM's missions this year has been to reach out to our community to help make it a more inclusive and welcoming place for everyone—through our exhibitions, programs, classes, and events.

A generous donor has provided a $25,000 challenge match to continue our mission of outreach to our community. Please donate before June 30 to make twice the impact.  Your donation will ensure that we continue to expand our engagement with the exceptional community around us.

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Families are sitting in the grass facing a man reading a story book and a woman signing the words.
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interns in the galleries during teen night
Internships

Interested in finding out about careers in museums? MAM offers internships to students currently enrolled in high school or college who are at least 16 years old and for whom the internship will translate to course credit, school-to-work program, or another academic requirement.

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Two volunteers posing next to a large, wide tree trunk that they just decorated with knitted pieces during the MAM Yarn Bomb.
Volunteer

Love art? Join MAM’s Volunteer program (open to anyone 13 years of age and older) and help us with our mission is to inspire and engage people of all ages in their experience with art.

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The Museum's African American Cultural Committee in a group photo on an excursion to Harlem.
African American Cultural Committee

The AACC at MAM is a group of dedicated artists, community leaders, and volunteers who are engaged in the life of the Museum. 

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exterior photo of the Museum featuring banners of Virgil Ortiz and Larry Kagan
Corporate Partnerships

Support our programs and events to invest in your community and reach our network of local, national, and global visitors.

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Individual Giving

Montclair Art Museum relies heavily on the generosity of donors to continue its mission to inspire and engage people of all ages in their experience with art.

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