Our Frequently Asked Questions page has great information on a wide variety of topics.
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The Minneapolis Institute of Art welcomes opportunities to host events, such as rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, luncheons, dinners, parties, meetings, and retreats for private, corporate, and nonprofit clients.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art shares the names and addresses of its members only with other not-for-profit charitable arts and cultural organizations in the Twin Cities area for the purposes of ticket sales, event promotion, or fund-raising. Mia respects the privacy and personal information of its members. If you prefer to have your name removed from this activity, please contact the Membership office at 612.870.3011; or email firstname.lastname@example.org; or by mail, 2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404.
Request a Charitable Donation
The Minneapolis Institute of Art supports fundraising events for nonprofit organizations by donating special exhibition tickets.
To request a donation, please fill out this form.
Donations are subject to availability and requests will only be accepted through the online form.
Copyright and Image Access
Click here to view our Copyright and Image Access and Use policies.
All images on the Minneapolis Institute of Art websites that are not credited to a named person or organization are wholly owned or licensed by the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art encourages the fair use of the contents of this website. Users may download images and text files and share them with others for limited non-commercial and educational purposes, subject to any additional terms or restrictions that may be included with an individual image or online program.
Fair Use Guidelines
For information on the use of image reproductions for publishing and/or commercial use, or to request hi-resolution digital image files suitable for publication, please contact our image licensing partners:
Bridgeman Art Library
For educational, study and research use, or for scholarly publishing contact:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Include the following information in your request: artist, title and accession number of artwork; intended purpose or manner in which the image will be reproduced; publisher, territorial rights, language, distribution, and print-run of the publication in which the image will be reproduced, and expected date of publication.