The Seattle Art Museum is one museum with three awesome locations including the Seattle Art Museum, Asian Art Museum, and Olympic Sculpture Park. Our three distinct locations celebrate the region's position as a crossroads where east meets west, urban meets natural, local meets global. Our collections, installations, special exhibitions, and programs feature art from around the world and build bridges between cultures and centuries.
SAM’s TEEN SCENE
Hey artists, thinkers, and innovators! Itching to make art, express yourself, take over the museum? SAM’s teen scene is packed with creative minds and contagious energy.
Get involved and make new friends, create art, plan events, and ask questions about the world we live in. Get a little loud, a little messy. Let your voice be heard. Learn more at: seattleartmuseum.org/programs-and-learning/teens
"In the summer of 2019, SAM’s Curatorial Department began the challenging—and ongoing—work of collecting data to better understand the diversity of the museum’s permanent collection."
For more information about SAM's commitment to documenting diversity, see here.
King County Metro Transit routes 1, 2, 13, 19, 24, 33, and 99 for Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park venue
King County Metro Transit routes 10, and 49 for Seattle Asian Art Museum
King County Metro Transit routes 10, 47, 99, 43, 121, 122, 123, and 125 for Seattle Art Museum