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More than a celebration of the past, the Maloof Centennial is also a moment to look forward, and to consider ways in which Sam's creativity, values, and innovative spirit may nowalso offer inspiration for the future....
Maloof Education programs serve young people, adults, artists, veterans, woodworkers, and others. In-school, on-site, and hands-on learning experiences invite participants to explore Sam's legacy, through tours, woodworking, art-making and environmentally responsible, drought-tolerant gardening. The centennial year invites your awareness, participation, and philanthropic support for education programs, scholarships, outreach and more.
Public institutions at local, state, and national levels have collaborated with volunteers, members, foundations, and private philanthropy to assure a future for The Maloof. Our centennial year provides a moment to recognize this support, while inviting renewed participation from stakeholders in order to define, build and sustain an enduring vision for the future
Art and Conservation
A cultural treasure threatened by plans for a highway project, the handcrafted Maloof home and workshop were saved and relocated to their present site, and an endowment was established to conserve them in perpetuity. With the centennail comes an opportunity to imagine The Maloof's historic structures, art collection, and gardens in relation to present and future needs,and to plan enhancements needed to accommodate new generation of artists, craftspeople, students and visitors.
We invite your support....
Memberships, sponsorships, gifts, grants and endowments during the Maloof Centennial year are all essential to our pursuit of tomorrow.
If you are interested in finding out more about our programs, please contact Melanie Swezey-Cleaves.
To make your tax-deductible donation in support of The Maloof, please visit our donation page.