Welcome to the Steamboat Art Museum!

Steamboat Art Museum

 

 
 
Current Exhibit at the Steamboat Art Museum: Plein Air art - displayed until October 18.
 
Opening hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm.
Free entrance! 
 

 

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Calling all art enthusiasts!

Described below are a couple of the volunteer opportunities that are currently available. If you are interested in volunteering, please call SAM at 970-870-1755970-870-1755 to discuss your interests and/or complete the attached volunteer application.   Download Volunteer Form

MUSEUM VOLUNTEER

Duties: Volunteers in this position must enjoy meeting and speaking with the public. Duties include, but are not limited to: greeting visitors, answering questions and giving exhibit information.

Qualifications: Willingness to interact with the public, share art knowledge and answer questions.

Training: General orientation and specialized training is required.

Hours: Minimum of 4 hour commitment per week.

 

GIFT SHOP VOLUNTEER

Duties: Volunteers in the gift shop sell merchandise, inventory stock and display items.

Qualifications: Willingness to perform a variety of tasks, interact with the public and answer questions.

Training: General orientation and specialized training is required.

Hours: Minimum of 4 hour commitment per week.

 

The Steamboat Art Museum (SAM) opened its doors in 2006 and has since then held seventeen successful exhibitions. More than 45,000 people from 48 states and 13 foreign countries have visited us.

 

 

 

 


 

 



 


Steamboat Art Museum Mission Statement:

"The mission of the Steamboat Art Museum is to collect, preserve, and present fine art to the public, with a primary focus on the culture and heritage of Northwestern Colorado."

Background:

Steamboat Art Museum was formed in December of 2005. In 2006 the City of Steamboat Springs was given the historic First National Bank building located in downtown Steamboat Springs. The gift was from the estate of Helen Rehder, a long-time area rancher and artist, who stipulated that the building be used as a museum. SAM has signed a 99 year lease with the City for the entire building and is undertaking restoration of the historic building.