Bellevue Art Museum
Museum & Art Gallery in Bellevue, WA
Bellevue Arts Museum is the Pacific Northwest's center for the exploration of art, craft and design. Innovative exhibitions, dynamic educational programs and special community events engage audiences of all ages in new conversations about art and the many ways in which it shapes our lives and communities. The history of Bellevue Arts Museum parallels the growth of the city of Bellevue. In 1947, a group of extraordinary volunteers established the Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Association, BAM's parent organization.
read moreBellevue Arts Museum provides a public forum for the community to contemplate, appreciate, and discuss visual culture. We work with audiences, artists, makers, and designers to understand our shared experience of the world. Bellevue Arts Museum is a space where artists and audiences directly participate in the exchange of ideas, illuminating and enriching their joint experience of art, craft, and design. Bellevue Arts Museum acknowledges that we are on the Indigenous Land of Coast Salish peoples who have reserved treaty rights to this land, specifically the Duwamish (dxdwab) and Snoqualmie Indian Tribe (sdukalbix).