Special exhibitions at the Montclair Art Museum are among the most respected, publicized, and popular in our region, and sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are available at various levels. The Museum will work with you to develop a plan that meets your objectives and budget.
More about Exhibitions at MAM
The Museum’s scholarly and popular exhibitions often:
- Feature first-time presentations of under-recognized artists
- Examine little-known aspects of major artists’ careers
- Investigate art movements
- Celebrate an ongoing commitment to the artists and culture of New Jersey.
MAM juxtaposes what is new and vibrant on the American art scene against works from the past, relating the visual explosion of new art to its historic context; it looks for meaning in contemporary artistic expression as it carries forward the longstanding values and spirit of American and Native American culture. Whereas some exhibitions are devoted to thematic or singular explorations in one area, others emphasize the interrelationships between the American and Native American collections, with exhibition scholarship and interpretive programming designed to illustrate commonalities and mutual influences. Similarly, recent acquisitions have sought to enhance the ways the collections might be compared, contrasted, or reinterpreted.
For more information, please contact:
Michele Shea, Assistant Director, Corporate, Foundation, & Government Relations, 973-259-5126, firstname.lastname@example.org