It is the policy of the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block (TMA) to ensure access to diverse communities regardless of age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, ancestry, national origin, and physical ability.
At TMA we are proud to support and impact audiences under the mission of “Connecting Art to Life” and advance our vision of a civic-minded institution. In conjunction with its 95th Anniversary, TMA aims to achieve three strategic goals that will help shape the future of the institution:
- Serve as a leader in representing regional identity, supporting the advancement of arts and culture, and preserving the heritage of the American Southwest.
- Reflect the diverse demographic and culture of our region, and the global society, through our collections, exhibitions, and programs.
- Preserve, exhibit, and interpret the arts, fostering awareness, appreciation, exploration, and understanding of culturally rich collections and innovative exhibitions.
TMA is positioned to forge a new chapter in the museum’s history. With a robust schedule of program offerings, collaborations, and partnerships with our community, and the presentation of significant exhibitions, the museum is set to realize an innovative and impactful future.