The Licensing program forms creative partnerships with manufacturers who draw inspiration from the thousands of cultural artifacts held in our museums to develop unique and stylish products. In exchange for access to the collections for design inspiration and use of the museums’ name in marketing the product, the manufacturers pay a royalty or percentage of the wholesale price of every object sold. Revenues generated from this entrepreneurial program provide much needed financial support to the Museum of New Mexico system.
Established in 1909 in Santa Fe, the Museum of New Mexico is one of the largest state-run museum systems in the United States and is comprised of four museums, seven historic sites and the Office of Archaeological Studies. With four world-class museums and more than 350,000 objects from over 150 nations, the Museum of New Mexico contains one of the richest and most diverse design archives in the world. Learn more about the Museum of New Mexico here.