Travel with SFMOMA

Explore Extraordinary Art Destinations

Chuck Close talks with Collectors Forum members at his studio in New York; photo: Dolly Chammas
Director's Circle members visit the Max-Joseph Plaza, Munich, Germany

One of the most exceptional benefits of SFMOMA membership is the opportunity to explore some of the world's most exciting art destinations with fellow art enthusiasts and discerning curators. On each donor trip — whether it's 24 hours in San Diego or a weeklong excursion in Cuba — museum donors meet local art experts, enjoy unparalleled access to private collections, museums, and artists' studios, and immerse themselves in the local culture of a city.

Donors at the $1,000 Benefactor level have the opportunity to enjoy a Bay Area day trip featuring guided tours of local artists' studios and galleries.

For Artist's Circle donors at the $1,500 Artist's level and $5,000 Curator level, SFMOMA's internationally recognized curators plan special insider tours and serve as expert guides to some of the most exciting art scenes in the United States and abroad. International travel is limited to Curator level groups.

Each year, Director's Circle donors at the $15,000 level and above have the opportunity to travel to an international destination with SFMOMA Director Neal Benezra. Trips are led by experts in contemporary and modern art and include exclusive access to the world's top collections and artists' studios as well as special receptions and dinners. Director's Circle members can look forward to a trip to Amsterdam and Antwerp in June 2015.

Please contact Claire Curran, donor services manager, at 415.357.4021 or for more information about upcoming trips and the travel program.