Join us for MAM's newest online series, MAM Conversations, presented by the Babson Lecture Series. Visit contemporary artists in their studios on Thursday evenings at 6 p.m.
"Art is like a bright star up ahead in the darkness of the world..."
MAM members get access to exclusive in-depth virtual tours of MAM's galleries.
Create at home with MAM art educator Lisa Conrad!
Kids & students, use your creativity and critical thinking skills in Cyber Studio, printable scavenger hunts, and more.
We're bringing the galleries to you with the MAM Curator Series of virtual tours.
Connect the works in our galleries to history and the present with artist and artwork spotlights from MAM docents .
Without your generosity, we will no longer be able to create exhibitions, programs, and educational opportunities at this Museum – our Museum, your Museum.
Lori Field might convince you to think of yourself as a rabbit.
Hone your skills with a new prompt every day while you're #SocialDistancing this spring.
Tour the George Inness Gallery with professor and author Adrienne Baxter Bell.
We challenge you to recreate our artworks at home with #MAMArtRecreation and #BetweenArtAndQuarantine
The 2020 Scholastic Art Awards National Medal Winners from the Northern NJ Region are on exhibition online.
Use recycled materials in your home to create a bug inspired by Federico Uribe: Animalia.
Learn about this scene captured by Martin Johnson Heade close to Montclair.
There's a trick on the eyes in Richard La Barre Goodwin's painting.
Read and watch spotlights on the lives and histories of artists and artworks in MAM's collection.
Federico speaks about his work from inside MAM's galleries.
Is that a dog? In the museum? Read about John Ahearn's sculptures of his community.
Robert Rauschenberg: from penny pinching in Texas to Whitney restrospective.