SVMoA Celebrating 50 Years of Creativity, Community & Connection

Celebrating 50 Years of Creativity, Community & Connection

"Art is the Highest Form of Hope"

Since 1971, we have served this community—a community that is curious about the world and eager for arts and cultural experiences. We’ve welcomed amazing artists and thinkers. We’ve provided generations of local students with a strong foundation in the arts. We’ve connected our community through creativity, conversation, and BIG IDEAS. 

We are so grateful to our many supporters as we reflect on our past 5o years and look ahead to 100 years.

Learn more here.


Marie Watt, Companion Species (Underbelly),
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Sun Valley Museum of Art

Our mission is to enrich our community through transformational arts and educational experiences.

“Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50” Visual Arts Exhibition

Clay, Silver, Ink: Sun Valley Center at 50


April 30 - July 28, 2021

SVMoA is open!

SVMoA is closely following CDC and state and local guidelines regarding health and safety measures. Our staff is fully vaccinated. In The Museum, our classrooms and the Hailey house we ask that you wear a mask if you are not yet vaccinated or have underlying medical conditions which make you particularly vulnerable. While attending our events, all audience members must follow all posted or spoken instructions regarding health and safety.
An inherent risk of exposure to Covid-19 exists in any public space when people are present. Covid-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By attending a SVMoA event, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to Covid-19.

Thanks for helping us keep our entire community healthy!

The museum & box office public hours of operation:
Mon–Fri, 10am–5pm, Sats in July & August, February, March, 11am–5pm
191 Fifth Street E, Ketchum, 208.726.9491
Sun Valley Museum of Art has received a grant from Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) Regional Arts Resilience Fund, which was established as part of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s COVID-19 response to sustain the arts and humanities, and the following generous organizations, businesses and foundations:
Manitou Fund  |  Roy A. Hunt Foundation—Jodie and Dan Hunt  |  Robert Lehman Foundation  |  The Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation