TMA/100: A vision for the 21st century is TMA’s fundraising campaign that reflects the museum’s belief that a community deserves access to exceptional exhibitions and education programs that share our passion for art, culture, and history of Tucson and Southern Arizona.
With Phase I of the multi-phased campaign was completed (raising $1.5 million), TMA launched Phase II in early 2018. The overall project seeks to raise $5.5 million for an expansion of the existing main museum building and the renovation of the education and administration center.
In April of 2018, Michael and Beth Kasser committed to funding the expansion of the Museum with a $2.5 million gift, underwriting the construction of a new wing dedicated to the exhibition of pre-Columbian and Latin American Art. Between the Kasser Family & Baker gifts, TMA/100: A vision for the 21st century is roughly 72% complete. TMA’s goal is to have all naming opportunities completed by 2023, one year shy of its Centennial Celebration.
Additional individual naming opportunities remain available including the auditorium, library, classrooms, conference room, and public areas. Please contact Alba Rojas-Sukkar, Chief Development Officer, at (520) 616-2694