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CHA-268762-20Challenge Programs: Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge GrantsGeorgia O'Keeffe MuseumThe Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Construction Project: Building a New Campus for the 21st Century5/1/2020 - 4/30/2026$750,000.00CodyJHartley   Georgia O'Keeffe MuseumSanta FeNM87501-1826USA2019Art History and CriticismInfrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge GrantsChallenge Programs07500000750000

Construction of a new exhibition building, renovation of an existing research center, library and archives building, and an upgrade of the facilities and equipment in the current administrative building, all of which would create a new 50,000 square foot museum campus.

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum (The O’Keeffe) in historic downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, requests a challenge grant of $750,000 in support of a $45M capital campaign to create a new museum campus. Anchored by a new 50,000-square-foot exhibition, education, and collections facility, the campaign positions The O’Keeffe as a world-class, visitor-centric, community-minded museum for the twenty-first century. The campaign includes the construction of a new exhibition building on the site of the current Education Annex; makes substantial renovations to the pre-existing Research Center, Library and Archives building; and completely upgrades the building that houses the majority of the O’Keeffe’s administrative staff. With a commitment to accessibility and diversity, the new campus will provide the space to create a more holistic vision of not only Georgia O’Keeffe’s art, but of the iconic landscape, as well as regional Hispanic and indigenous Pueblo neighbors that influenced her so deeply.