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On July 1, 2013, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, launched a new fundraising campaign, The Future Is Now, with the goal of raising $200 million over the course of three years. As we near the end of this first year, we are very pleased to share a progress report with the broader Museum family.
MFA receives gift of Japanese masterpieces
Postcards at the MFA
Explore the MFA’s collection of postcards, one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in the world. Host to the Leonard A. Lauder Postcard…
Explore the MFA's performance art initiatives.
Share your knowledge about transportation design Twentieth-century transportation design is a new area of collecting and research for the MFA, and for…
Massachusetts State House Time Capsule
See "Inside the Box: Massachusetts State House Time Capsule" for days and viewing times of the time capsule contents on view at the MFA before they…
Campaign Update—Fall 2014 As we steadily move forward in the second year of the MFA’s The Future Is Now Campaign, there is exciting news to share…
Campaign Update—Winter 2015 Welcome to the latest update on the MFA’s The Future Is Now Campaign. We are thrilled to report that the Campaign has made…
Sonic Blossom: Performer Biographies
Teresa Winner Blume Soprano Teresa Winner Blume, originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, earned degrees in voice from the University of Illinois at…
Featured Gifts of Art
Enjoy a selection of featured gifts of art representing transformative donations from visionary collectors.