The $12.5 million New Mexico Museum of Art Centennial Campaign revitalizes the state’s flagship art museum by providing resources that link successful elements of its iconic past to initiatives that promise a more dynamic and impactful future. A public-private partnership between the state-owned museum (a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs) and the nonprofit Museum of New Mexico Foundation, the campaign addresses challenges currently affecting the historic museum building’s capacity to adequately exhibit and care for its collections. Campaign funding enables the museum’s expansion to Vladem Contemporary in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District, which will be renovated into a vibrant and spacious contemporary art annex. This second venue provides additional exhibition, collection and education spaces to support museum professionals in inspiring and educating twenty-first-century museum-goers in the art of New Mexico and the world. It also creates a new community gathering place that invites artists, students, and New Mexicans and visitors alike to learn, interact and express themselves in a fully contemporary museum environment.