SUPPORT THE OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK
SEATTLE's MOST ARTFUL GREENSPACE
In 2007, the Seattle Art Museum transformed our city's last undeveloped waterfront property into the Olympic Sculpture Park. This cherished cultural space merges the natural beauty of the Puget Sound with monumental artworks from artists from around the world.
Iconic sculptures like Alexander Calder's Eagle and Juame Plensa's Echo have become significant symbols of Seattle, while dynamic programs such as Remix and Summer at SAM inspire thousands each year to get outside and explore their creative side. The park has emerged as a beloved haven for locals and a desirable destination for tourists.
Make a Gift that Lasts a Lifetime
Add a name to the Olympic Outlook on the Seattle Waterfront. Overlooking the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains, the Olympic Outlook steel railing is a beautiful opportunity to demonstrate a commitment to the arts forever.
Help SAM Connect Art to Life
You can have a name added to the Olympic Outlook railing with a monthly contribution of $83 or a quarterly contribution of $250 paid over one year. This pledge of $1,000 supports SAM exhibitions and ensures the future of hundreds of programs. Support like yours has expanded public programs to take place year round allowing SAM to connect art to life in new and exciting ways.
Be a Part of History
Follow these guidelines on how to format an inscription on the Olympic Outlook Railing and make a long-term contribution to SAM.
- Due to limited space, we can only accommodate names. Messages of any kind, including 'In Honor of' or 'In Memory of' cannot be accepted. We are able to accommodate names in various languages.
- Names must fit within a 30 character limit, not including spaces. Punctuation does not count as a space.