Gifts

The Musée has been able to build an absolutely remarkable collection, largely thanks to the generosity of donors, artists, collectors, businesspeople and the general public. The funds collected by the museum also help finance its exhibitions and educational activities.

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Acknowledgment Program
Donors’ Circle

  Initiator
$250 or +
Developer
$1,000 or +
Creator
$5,000 or +
Protector
$10,000 or +
Visionary
$25,000 or +
Subscription to the Musée Magazine Included Included Included Included Included
Pair of free passes Included Included Included 2x 2x
Subscription to MACarte + (cardholder plus two guests)   Included Included Included Included
Invitation to an exhibition tour in the company of a curator   Included Included Included Included
Personalized visit with an educator for a group of six children     Included Included Included
Exhibition catalogue       Included Signed by the artist
Gift certificate at the
Musée Boutique ($250 value)
      Included Included
Personalized tour of the reserves, for six people, in the company of the Collections Resources Manager, including hors d’œuvres and champagne         Included

Information:
Danièle Patenaude, Foundation Coordinator
Tel.: 514 847-6234

You can also download this donation form and mail it to:

Fondation du Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

c/o Danièle Patenaude
185, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montréal (Québec) H2X 3X5

Download the donation form (PDF) 134 KB

Gifts of Artworks

The Collection of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal comprises more than 7,600 works, illustrating the major trends in Québec, Canadian and international art. It has grown, and continues to grow, through both gifts (40% of acquisitions) and purchases (60% of acquisitions). To remain a key player in the contemporary art world, the museum must be a major buyer on the Québec and world scenes. Building the Collection is one of its main priorities.

To do this, the museum relies on donors’ generosity. Their knowledge and taste play a part in enriching the Collection. The museum applies the same strict standards to accepting gifts as it does when it purchases works.

At the Musée, Suzanne Lemire is in charge of donations. She can answer your questions about the museum’s acquisition procedures or about the tax benefits accruing from gifts and bequests of artworks.

Contact:
Suzanne Lemire
Telephone: 514 847-6221