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Give the Gift of Art


It's the smallest gift with the biggest impact—you're giving someone access to a world of art.

Your gift of a SAM Membership will not only provide your friend or loved one with unbeatable benefits for 12 months, but you will also feel good knowing you are supporting the arts in our community.

A woodblock print of a scene overlooking a waving blue sea, with ships, trees, and mountains receding into the background

What's Included

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


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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Photo of a woman wearing a sequined red chador rising out of a vast body of water

Things to Know

  • All gifts purchased between November 1 and December 25 will receive a December 31, 2024 expiration date.

  • All gift memberships will be mailed directly to the recipient.

  • Gifts purchased prior to December 1 will be mailed out the week of December 4.

  • Gifts purchased between December 1–14 will be mailed out by December 18.

  • By providing a gift recipient’s email address, the member may receive museum information before they have received their membership materials.

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*The 10% discount on gift membership purchases at the Individual through Patron levels is available to active SAM Members all year and does not expire. Call us at 206.654.3210 to redeem 20% off the purchase of two or more gift memberships. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount, promotion, and/or offer and is not applicable to gift memberships at the Senior, Dual Senior, and Student levels. Offer is available online, over the phone, and onsite. It cannot be applied to previous purchases. All sales are final.

Images: The Sea off Satta in Suruga Province (Suruga Satta kaijо̄), from the series Thirty six Views of Mount Fuji (Fuji sanjūrokkei), 1858 (Ansei 5), 4th month, Utagawa Hiroshige I, Japanese, 1797–1858, woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper, William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Water Birth, The Red Chador: Genesis I, Kaiona Beach, Oahu, USA, 2019, Anida Yoeu Ali, Cambodian American, b. 1974, archival inkjet print, Image courtesy of the artist, © Studio Revolt, photo: Masahiro Sugano.

Seattle Art Museum respectfully acknowledges that we are on Indigenous land, the traditional territories of the Coast Salish people. We honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future.

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