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Last chance! Help build bridges across borders—Kickstarter campaign ends Friday at 10 am PST

Since its founding in 2012, NuMu (Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo) has become one of the world’s most unconventional and exciting cultural destinations. It is Guatemala’s first and only contemporary art museum, with a maximum capacity of 4.

This August, NuMu will open to the public at LACMA. To get here, NuMu must be transported from Guatemala. With your help, the egg-shaped museum will travel 3,000 miles by truck, bringing arts programming and community-building to some of the most diverse and dynamic locales in Guatemala, Mexico, and Southern California.

By joining LACMA’s first Kickstarter campaign, you will help build bridges across borders and inspire thousands of people along the way. Back us and enjoy an egg-ceptional enamel pin you can wear to show your support of NuMu or an egg-citing tote bag fabricated from upcycled materials in Guatemala by The New Denim Project. You also can opt for an egg-stremely limited edition art print (edition 50 + 3 artist’s proofs) by New York-based artist Akira Ikezoe!

Check out coverage about this Kickstarter campaign in:

Los Angeles Times
New York Times

Become a part of this journey by Friday, July 7, at 10 am PST!

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