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Monterey Museum of Art Receives Highest National
Awarded re-accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums
Salinas, CA, July 19, 2017 - The Monterey Museum of Art is proud to announce that it has once again

been honored with the highest degree of national recognition from the American Alliance of Museums.
In a July 5, 2017 letter to museum director Stuart Chase, the Alliance announced that the Monterey
Museum of Art has been granted re-accreditation -- recognition that the museum continues to meet
National Standards and Best Practices for U.S. Museum.
"Accredited museums are a community of institutions that have chosen to hold themselves publicly
accountable to excellence," said Laura L. Lott, Alliance president and CEO. "Accreditation is clearly a
significant achievement, of which both the institutions and the communities they serve can be
extremely proud."
“As the new leader of The Monterey Museum of Art, I’m very proud to work with our Board and staff to
produce programs, exhibitions and build collections that meet national standards reflected by this reaccreditation,” said Stuart Chase, Executive Director Monterey Museum of Art. “We are truly one of the
finest American regional art museums in the nation.”
Among an estimated 33,000 museums in the United States, only about 1,000 are currently accredited.
The Monterey Museum of Art is the only accredited art museum between San Jose and Santa Barbara.
Accreditation signifies excellence to the museum community, to governments, funders, outside
agencies, and to the museum-going public. The Monterey Museum of Art initially received accreditation
in 1976, but all museums must undergo a re-accreditation review at least every 10 years to maintain
accredited status.
"The Board of Trustees is pleased to receive news of the Museum's re-accreditation from AAM," said
Board President Kim Negri. "We look forward to continuing to guide the Museum and support our new
Executive Director, Stuart Chase, in our mission of expanding a passion for the visual arts and inspiring
appreciation of California art, past, present and future."
The Monterey Museum of Art is located at 559 Pacific Street, across from historic Colton Hall, and is
open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, and Thursday through Sunday. The Museum is closed Tuesday and
Wednesday. The Museum also has a second venue, at 720 Via Mirada, for special exhibitions.

Admission is $10 per adult, with no admission charge for students (18 and younger) and active military
with identification, and members.
Call 831-372-5477, visit the website online at montereyart.org, or send an email to
info@montereyart.org for additional information.
Marci Bracco Cain
Chatterbox PR
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 747-7455

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