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By fostering individual creativity, awareness and appreciation of the arts and local history, SAA continually enriches the cultural fabric of our community.
The Salem Art Association (SAA) has a tradition of artistic excellence that dates to 1919, the year it was established. Today, through wide-ranging exhibitions and a diverse array of education programs and related activities SAA continues to build on this legacy.
Exhibit & Sales Galleries
The A.N. Bush and Focus Galleries present a rotating schedule of exhibits. The Camas Gallery features unique, hand-crafted items created by local artists.
Community Arts Education
With an array of on-site art classes and workshops for children, teens and adults, SAA's education programs fosters creativity and awaken the artist in all of us!
SAA's School Programs serve over 11,000 school children each year in Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties.
SAA's High School Intern Program introduces students to the multi-faceted world of the arts, increasing awareness of arts careers and educating the next generation of arts professionals.
Bush House Museum
Salem Art Association is the steward of the Bush House Museum, one of Salem's most significant historical sites.
SAA's Annual Salem Art Fair & Festival
This lively three-day community-building event held each year in July provides revenue to over 40 community non-profits and 200 artists, as well as Salem Art Association.
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