Help us continue our educational mission to promote well-being and togetherness.
Target we hope to reach with your help: $2.5 million
Help us bring people and art together to build a better world! With the new Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace, educational and community activities will be consolidated, and innovative new programmes will be created.
Join the select few who will have their name or that of a loved one appear in perpetuity on a plaque affixed to one of the concert hall seats.
Adopt one of these windows, most of which were created by celebrated stained glass artist Louis C. Tiffany, are one of the major attractions of this concert hall.
514 285-2000, option 4
To honour the memory of a loved one or to celebrate a special event, the Foundation accepts gifts of money in honour of a person
Did you know… The MMFA is not a state-run museum. It must finance 99% of its acquisitions.
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514 285-1600, poste 141
The 58th Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Ball will be inspired by the highly colourful fashion world in all its glory and will provide an exceptional showcase for the genius and creative force of many Quebec designers.
The 58th Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Ball will take place on Saturday, November 3, gathering approximately 1,000 guests. The MMFA’s most important fundraising event of the year, the Museum Ball has become a staple of Montreal’s cultural scene. The 2018 Ball will be inspired by the highly colourful fashion world in all its glory and will provide an exceptional showcase for the genius and creative force of many Quebec designers. The evening will begin with a cocktail during which guests will be invited to discover our major fall exhibition, Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor. It will continue with a sumptuous banquet followed by a dance party.
514 285-1600, ext. 4