One visitor breathlessly said, “I work at the Smithsonian, and we don’t have First Nation art this fabulous!”
In that show, voices of the ancestors spoke through the work of a new generation of First Nation artists and their honored mentors. In 2017, SJIMA presented its blockbuster exhibition devoted to the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Inuit from the Hudson Bay area. More than 30 First Nation artists, emerging and legendary, were represented from outstanding private collections.
We create programs to bring cultural awareness to residents and visitors alike. SJIMA’s volunteers work hard to bring the best of the best to our islands.
Contributing to SJIMA’s work helps build a vibrant island culture.
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TODAY'S GAME: UNIQUE DONOR DAY - JOIN THE GAME!
In this game, every unique donor counts toward the prize. Everyone can be a unique donor and even kids giving just $10. Moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas, cousins, sisters, and brothers can participate to help their favorite nonprofit.
As the amounts need not be large, it encourages participation from everyone. Enjoy the act of giving. You can teach kids about giving or honor a recipient while offering meaningful support to SJIMA. We appreciate any support you chose to give.