Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is grateful for the many supporters of one of the most important facets of the Museum’s success—educational and public outreach programs. Generous community support enables the Museum to offer unique education programming that reach thousands of children and adults each year, infusing much-needed arts curricula into the community. The Museum has received national recognition for its educational initiatives that range from arts-integrated programs for area pre-K and K-12 schools to lectures, screenings, hands-on art workshops, free school tours, and family programs. Only through continued community support may the Museum continue to create authentic and meaningful programs for our patrons inspired by the life and work of Georgia O’Keeffe.

 

O'Keeffe Education Sponsors

BF Foundation

The BF Foundation provides essential support for the Museum's internship program. With the BF Foundation's support, the Museum is able to offer students invaluable, hands-on experiences that cultivate and enrich each intern’s specific areas of interest in the arts. The BF Foundation has been providing support for the Museum since its inception in 1997, helping to shape the future leaders of the arts community.

Eileen Fisher, Inc.

The Museum warmly thanks Eileen Fisher, Inc. for their generous support for the Museum’s Art and Leadership Program for Girls, providing scholarships for deserving young women to help build their self-confidence, goal-setting abilities, and critical thinking skills through integrated arts programming. Eileen Fisher strongly believes in supporting leadership programs for women and girls, women-owned businesses and local communities.

Eldorado Hotel & Spa

Heritage Hotels and Resorts - A sense of place preserving the culture of New Mexico.

The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum thanks the Eldorado Hotel & Spa for their support of the Breakfast with O'Keeffe program.

Kappa Delta Foundation

In honor of one of their most notable alumnae, Georgia O’Keeffe, the Kappa Delta Foundation provides funding for two Kappa Delta collegians to serve as paid summer interns for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s Art and Leadership Program for Girls. The internships provide deserving young women with the opportunity to help build their self-confidence, critical thinking, and leadership skills, through mentoring girls with integrated arts programming. The Museum gives warm thanks to the Kappa Delta Foundation for its significant annual contributions since 2003.

New Mexico Arts

Exhibitions and public programs are supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts. Art works. New Mexico Arts has been supporting the Museum since 1999.

Santa Fe Arts Commission

Exhibitions and public programs are partially funded by the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission and the 1% Lodgers' Tax. The Santa Fe Arts Commission has been supporting the Museum since its inception in 1997.

Santa Fe Community Foundation

The Santa Fe Community Foundation's support is unrestricted and allows the Museum to designate funds to the area of greatest need – from education programming to the preservation of O'Keeffe's artwork and homes to sending pieces from the Museum's collection on traveling exhibitions and bringing O'Keeffe to new audiences. The Community Foundation ensures that philanthropy and nonprofit service are effective in supporting healthy and vital communities, and brings the voice of philanthropic leadership to critical civic issues.

The Humphreys Family Foundation

The Museum warmly thanks The Humphreys Family Foundation for its generous support of the Museum’s Art and Leadership Program, enabling us to provide deserving young women and men with opportunities for independent thinking, skill-building, problem solving and the development of their artistic talents.

The Humphreys Family Foundation is a charitable trust founded by Cathey and Don Humphreys along with their three daughters Megan, Melissa and Mary. The Foundation considers many types of philanthropy including higher education, international studies, English as a Second Language literacy, community service and the arts.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo has been generously supporting the Museum's Breakfast with O'Keeffe program since 1999. Their support has allowed the Museum to continue offering a broad range of topics in this speaker series with presentations on O'Keeffe, her contemporaries, and subjects designed to enhance the understanding and interpretation of the current exhibition on view.