K–12 School Programs

SVMoA Working with the Schools

We believe the arts are essential.

A fundamental part of Sun Valley Museum of Art's mission is to work in partnership with local schools to inspire students’ curiosity and develop their skills in improvisation, self-expression and critical thinking. SVMoA's K–12 Arts Education Programs develop and strengthen these fundamental life skills helping to build engaged, curious, inspired and contributing citizens and communities.

Working with the Schools

We are committed to K–12 Arts Education

Special Thanks

 K–12 Education Program Sponsors

Anonymous (2)

Cox Communications

The Michael S. Engl Family Foundation

Joyce B. Friedman in memory of
Norman Friedman

Hailey Rotary Foundation

Heart of Gold Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation

Geri Herbert

Jane Rosen & Scott Miley—
Scott Miley Roofing

The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation

Kiwanis Club of Hailey &
the Wood River Valley

Robin Leavitt & Terry Friedlander

Marcia & Don Liebich

The POWER Foundation

Wendy & Alan Pesky—
Pesky Family Foundation

Deida Runswick

Spur Foundation

Friends of Jack Thornton

U.S. Bank Foundation

Jennifer Wilson

Wittenberger Foundation

Wood River Papoose Club

These activities are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Art.

All of our members, donors and our annual Wine Auction participants help provide support for our educational programs, all of which are offered free or at a very low cost to students.

Regional School Partners

Alturas Elementary
Big Wood School
Bellevue Elementary
Burley High School
Carey School
Camas County High School

Sun Valley Community School
Ernest Hemingway STEAM School
Hailey Elementary
Wood River Home School Co-Op
Pioneer Montessori School
The Sage School

Silver Creek High School
Syringa Mountain Public Charter School
Wood River High School
Wood River Middle School


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