The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston offers a limited number of college level (undergraduate and graduate) paid internship opportunities in fall, spring, and summer terms.
There are many ways to make a planned gift to the MFA to fit your family, finances, and charitable legacy. A bequest from your will or trust is among the simplest and most common ways to give.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, unveils in November its spectacular new wing for the Art of the Americas and the soaring glass-enclosed Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard, designed by Foster + Partners (London). Visitors attending the Museum's opening celebrations will be among the first to see the new spaces and enjoy festivities ranging from a black-tie gala and stylish dance party, to special events for members and free Community Days.
Art of the Americas Wing 121,307 square feet Number of galleries 53 -- includes nine period rooms and four Behind the Scenes galleries Gallery space…
The following companies and many more may double or triple your support for the Museum by matching your MFA Fund gift or your membership.
A planned gift can benefit you as well as the Museum or other charitable organizations that you value.
The Sargent Society honors the generosity and foresight of those who have left a legacy to support the future of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Gifts of art, or funds to purchase art, ensure that the Museum can continue to tell the story of the world's art.
Learn more about how to offer a gift of art, and find answers to frequently asked questions.