|United States Atomic Energy Commission; Atomic Tests in Nevada [Control point - control room], 1957; gelatin silver print; Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase|
In 1995 SFMOMA was one of the first museums to launch an institutional website. Since then we have developed a longstanding reputation for leadership in the online arena, both for our innovative design sensibility as well as our award-winning curatorial and educational programming.
The current iteration of sfmoma.org was launched in November 2008. In keeping with our institutional mission to stimulate greater engagement with modern and contemporary art, the site offers a fluid space of exploration in which visitors can easily navigate between our online collection of thousands of artworks, our diverse array of special exhibitions and events, and our wealth of multimedia content about the art and artists of our time. Ultimately, our hope is to facilitate meaningful, face-to-face encounters between our visitors and the art — wherever those encounters may take place.
We should note that this website would not have been possible without a pivotal early grant from the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, as well as a generous Museums for America grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). We are grateful for their support.
Keir Winesmith, Head of Web and Digital Platforms
Sarah Bailey Hogarty, Digital Producer
Matthew P Hrudka, Digital Platforms R+D Design Technologist
Bridget Carberry, Web Production Coordinator
Emily Robbins, Web + Digital Assistant
The website design was undertaken by Hot Studio, with technical implementation by Carbon Five. SFMOMA maintains the site in-house.
If there is any way we can improve your experience at sfmoma.org, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.