Bringing MIM to You

See stunning instruments and hear moving stories from home

While MIM’s galleries are closed, the Museum continues lifting spirits through music. There are many ways to continue engaging with MIM while exploring the world’s music and cultures.

Relive the magic of past performances
Experience the MIM Music Theater from home with uplifting concerts featuring musicians from around the world, including South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, iconic Mexican American singer Lila Downs and legendary Americana and blues duo Hot Tuna.

Make some music at home
Explore MIMkids resources for fun and educational music-making and instrument-building activities. Making and listening to music at a young age develops early literacy, physical and social-emotional skills. Follow along with Katie Palmer, MIM’s curator of education, to the entertaining scarf activities that you can do at home with your little ones.

Dive deeper into MIM’s collection
Immerse yourself in the inspiring musical stories from throughout the museum’s galleries. Get an inside look at the imagination and craftsmanship behind some of the world’s most visually stunning inlaid guitars in the Telly Award-winning documentary series from MIM’s 2016 special exhibition Dragons and Vines.

Music matters—now more than ever
You can help MIM today by purchasing a gift card to use toward a future visit or concert tickets. You can also shop the Museum Store online or by calling 480.478.6002 for instruments, kids’ toys and books to entertain and engage.

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