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They are often learning hubs for not only students and faculty, they also act as a vital part of local and regional communities. 

The great majority of museums today seek to establish ongoing relevance and personal meaning. Relevance in museum terms means creating personal relationships between the museum and its visitors, as well as all potential museum resource users, whether on-site, off-site, or via the web and social media.

At MGMP, we always look toward the big picture. Our approach considers at all spaces, exhibits, programs and interactions as reinforcements of the museum or gallery's mission and identity, as well as those of the academic institution. Each space, inside and out, should be fundable, operable, and capable of generating revenue on an continuous basis.

MGMP has worked with over 25 academic museums and
galleries across the US and internationally.


The Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museums


Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin


Galles Cultural Center
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque


Harvard Art Museums


ArtCenter College

of Design


Massachusetts College of Art & Design


Yale University Art Gallery


Paul & Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette


International Center of Photography


Institute of Texan Cultures, University of Texas at San Antonio


Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University


Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University

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Pomona College Museum of Art

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Chace Center, Rhode Island School of Design


Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan

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Shaw Center for the Arts, University of Louisiana at Baton Rouge


Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame


Southern Utah Museum of Art


Taylor University Art Gallery

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University of Iowa Museum of Art

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Utah Museum of Fine Arts

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Davis Museum, Wellesley College

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Western Gallery & Fine Arts Building, Western Washington University