Endowment Gifts

“Supporting the Ogunquit Museum of American Art through a Legacy Gift allows me to support the region’s rich artistic heritage—and aids in providing a future for this seaside gem.”Ann Ramsay-Jenkins, Arts Philanthropist

An endowment gift will aid in securing the museum’s future by providing essential funds to support the museum’s longevity. Gifts to this fund are secured in the market, and not available for day-to-day operations of the museum with the exception of the interest accrued as determined by the Board of Directors. These legacy gifts build and sustain the museum’s future and ensure the museum’s mission to share important American contemporary and modern art and promote the region’s rich artistic heritage for the next generation.

OMAA engages and inspires visitors weekly with talks by artists, authors and poets. (Online for 2020)
OMAA is open daily from May 1st - October 31st with rotating exhibitions and a permanent collection of nearly 3,000 works.
"The View From Narrow Cove" exhibition highlights works from the permanent collection and illustrates the region's rich artistic heritage.
Bernard Langais's treasured "Rhino," "Lion" and "Horse" reside permanently in the OMAA sculpture garden.
Visitor takes time to think, observe and reflect while at OMAA.
OMAA's education program hosts hundreds of school children per year and informs students about the region's impact on American contemporary and modern art.
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P.O. Box 815, 543 Shore Road
Ogunquit, ME 03907

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Seniors & Students: $13

Adults: $15

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Open daily 10AM-5PM

April 29 through November 12

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