Maloof Teen Advisors



The Maloof Teen Advisors Program offers local high school students artistic learning opportunities and experiences.


Sam Maloof believed in giving back to the community and supporting endeavours for future generations. The Maloof Teen Advisors (MTA) are a group of teens from the Chaffey Joint Union High School District who work together to develop innovative tours of the historic home and property for schools in the district.  They also create student art exhibits in the Pyramid Room Gallery.  Through the MTA program, Maloof teens are given the opportunity to be immersed in the arts and culture of the Maloof legacy.



Mi Punto de Vista (My Point of View) youth education initiative aims to take student perspectives on Sam Maloof's story and collection through CJUHSD class visits and weekly advisor meetings at SAMFAC.


Mi Punto de Vista Youth Education Initiative has been generously sponsored by a lead grant from the James Irvine Foundation, with support from the Rose Hills Foundation, and the Community Foundation of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. 

Check out the Maloof Teens on Twitter and Instagram!


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Interested in getting yourself involved?

Contact Rich Deely at

Maloof Teen Interview Series

The Maloof Teens interview with artist,

Dan Romero


This is the 2nd in a series of 3.

The Maloof Teens interview with artist, 

Dee Small


This is the 3rd in a series of 3.

Past Projects 
by the Maloof Teen Advisors

My Maloof Inspiration Exhibition

Pyramid Room

Spring 2015

"High School Ceramics" 

in the Pyramid Room


April 5 - April 24


​A group show featuring ceramics from high school students of the Chaffey Joint Union High School District.

"Tribal Passion: The Art of Africa"


Collection of West African Art from the Areas Ivory Coast, Mali, and Burkina Faso - inspired by the private collection of Sam and Beverly Maloof.


This exhibit was curated by the Maloof Teen Advisors under the supervision of Linda Apodaca, Maloof Registrar, and Rich Deely, Maloof Education Coordinator.   The Maloof Foundation gratefully acknowledges The Rose Hills Foundation, Beverly Maloof and John Scott for making this exhibition possible.