The MAK offers a wide array of opportunities to support both its diverse programming and its world-renowned collection covering various eras, materials, and artistic disciplines.
As part of the museums reorientation under the leadership of Director Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, the MAK has devoted itself to the theme of Change through Applied Art. This focus serves to highlight the active contribution that applied art can make to the positive transformation of our society with respect to social, ecological, and cultural issues.
The MAK, founded in 1863 as the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, also works to effect lasting improvement of the relationship between art and the business world. This gives rise to unique avenues of cooperation with sponsors from business as well as with friends, patrons, supporters, and volunteers.
For further information, please contact:
MAK ART SOCIETY (MARS)
Your Active Support Makes the MAK Into a Place of Living Art
The Fitzpatrick-Leland House R.M. Schindler, (1936) on the corner of Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood Hills was donated to the MAK Center in 2007. Today the house serves as an active hub for research, contemplation, and conversation about modern architecture, contemporary art, and urban space.