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PURCHASE A SAM GIFT MEMBERSHIP TODAY

It's the smallest gift (it fits in your wallet!) with the biggest impact—you're giving someone access to a world of art.

A long list of fantastic membership benefits at SAM awaits your friends, family members, and business associates. You’re not just giving them one night of fun—you’re buying them a full year of cultural experiences, talks, films, parties, and extraordinary exhibitions. Plus, when you give a SAM membership, you support the arts in our community.

Peacock in the Desert

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The lucky recipient of your gift will receive a full year of outstanding benefits!

Painting of A Music Concert for Maharaja Man Singh in a Garden Pavilion

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Join as a member today and receive 10% off your gift membership purchases all year long. Don't forget that SAM memberships are tax-deductible!

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* 10% discount is valid only on gift memberships at the Individual through Patron levels when purchased by a current SAM member. Must enter/mention code ‘GIFT’ at time of purchase. Special Holiday Weekend 15% discount offer is only valid from November 23–26, 2018.  Offer valid on both gift memberships and new/renewing memberships at the Individual through Patron levels only. Must enter/mention code ‘SPECIAL15’ at time of purchase. Call to redeem 20% off discount for three or more gift membership purchases: 206.654.3210. All promotions cannot be combined with any other discount/offer or be applied to discounted memberships including Senior, Dual Senior, and Student levels. Offers cannot be applied to previous purchases. Offer is available online, over the phone, and on site. All sales are final.

Images: A Music Concert for Maharaja Man Singh in a Garden Pavilion (detail), ca. 1830–40, Dana Bhatti, Jodhpur, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, 21 7/8 x 19 1/2 in., Mehrangarh Museum Trust, photo: Neil Greentree. Maharaja Abhai Singh on Horseback, c. 1725, Dalchand, Jodhpur, opaque watercolor and gold on paper, Mehrangarh Museum Trust, photo: Neil Greentree. Photo: Robert Wade. Photo: Robert Wade.