The Montclair Art Museum (MAM), along with its Yard School of Art, engages a diverse community through its distinctive collection of American and Native American art, exhibitions, and educational programs that link art to contemporary life in a global context.
The Montclair Art Museum seeks to elevate our profile as a nationally recognized leader of mid-sized, regional art museums. Valuing diversity, innovation, and the importance of art to society, we will invigorate our curatorial presentations, expand our educational mission, promote greater connections to our community, engage in fruitful partnerships that reach deep into our region and beyond, embrace new media and technologies, pursue responsible facilities management and environmental impact, and secure our financial stability.
The Montclair Art Museum is committed to being an inclusive and diverse organization, one that respects and welcomes individual differences in order to offer the most meaningful art experience to the widest possible audience. We strive to cultivate an environment that fosters productivity, creativity, and individual satisfaction by celebrating such differences as race, gender, nationality, age, religion, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.