Admission will be free on a special Orcas Island Day Saturday this summer for all visitors from Orcas Island. There will be refreshments and docent tours for all.
Volunteers will shuttle you from the ferry dock up Spring Street (and back) to SJIMA so you don’t have to have a car to visit—or walk up hill.
Year-round SJIMA has Pay-As-You-Can Mondays to welcome families, seniors and those on limited incomes. Always, those 18 and under are admitted free of charge to the museum exhibitions to further encourage children, students and families to explore the world of art.
Looking Into Kabul offers insight into everyday life in Afghanistan. In past exhibitions SJIMA has been so much more than “a pretty face.” We have featured exhibitions and talks addressing endangered species, climate change and its effect on food supplies, human rights, plastics pollution and consumerism, to name a few.
In many, such as African Twilight and Longley’s, SJIMA aims to illuminate our shared humanity.
Thank you for supporting this effort to make the San Juan Islands Museum of Art inclusive of all our islands.
Today’s OICF contest is the Ben Franklin Day Contest
The name of any donor who gives $100 or more today will go into a hat and one winner will be drawn. The winner gets to choose their favorite non-profit which will receive an extra $1000 bonus donation. Let’s win!
The San Juan Islands Museum of Art’s unique site is:
The Orcas Island Community Foundation covers all bank fees so the whole amount you donate online goes to the non-profit.