Partnerships are at the heart of MFA’s vision. Through public and private engagements with nonprofit, arts, and cultural organizations, we build enduring relationships to activate MFA as an open,
Thanks to our community of partners, listed below.
The Brigid Alliance
CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
Coal + Ice
Headlands Center for the Arts
SF Art Book Fair
University of California, Santa Cruz
Electronic Arts Intermix
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
MFA is only receiving partnership proposals by invitation at this time.
We welcome volunteers of all ages and experiences to contribute their talents by assisting with the visitor experience at our programs. Responsibilities include event support, such as box office staffing, ushering, gallery monitoring, food and beverage service, and photography. We’re always looking for reliable, qualified volunteers who enjoy working with the public.
Volunteer opportunities are posted on this page as they become available. Please check back for updates.
Jobs and Internships
Job opportunities and internships are posted on this page as they become available. Please check back for updates.
Group tours for five or more participants are available by appointment.
Tours provide opportunities for art enthusiasts, nonprofits, curators, academic institutions, youth
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We welcome contributions of goods and services in exchange for recognition and opportunities to reach MFA’s community of arts and culture enthusiasts and supporters. We are always on the lookout for gifts of professional services, food and beverages, technology, equipment, and materials that can provide meaningful support for MFA’s creative and educational programs.
Special thanks to our in-kind supporters, listed below.
Fort Point Brewing Co.
Thatcher’s Gourmet Popcorn
Please contact Lindsay Albert, Associate Director for more information.
MFA is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a tenant of the Minnesota Street Project located in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.
Minnesota Street Project offers economically sustainable spaces for art galleries, artists and related nonprofits. Inhabiting three warehouses, the Project seeks to retain and strengthen San Francisco’s contemporary art community in the short term, while developing an internationally recognized arts destination in the long term. The galleries at 1275 Minnesota Street and 1150 25th Street, where MFA is located, are free and open to the public during regular business hours. The Artist Studio Program at 1240 Minnesota Street is not open to the public.
MFA invites artists, curators, and thinkers with varied perspectives to respond to the McEvoy Family Collection. MFA does not accept unsolicited exhibition proposals at this time.
MFA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit presenting organization but does not award grants or provide funding for projects at this time.
MFA will occasionally host private events for selected entities, but otherwise the space is unavailable on a rental basis.