Since its inception, the Fine Art Museum Of Sedona has been seeking a place to call home. We believe that a state-of-the-art facility is what’s needed to carry the cultural legacy of Sedona and the Verde Valley forward into the future.

Fine Art Museum Of Sedona Events

Past Events

Kim Sajet

“In an era of unprecedented change, successful museums in the 21st century are becoming important places to have critical conversation affecting our nation and the world. Traditionally repositories of things,” says Sajet.
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Seth Hopkins

Seth Hopkins, the Executive Director of the Booth Western Art Museum, spoke on Contemporary Western Art: More than Cowboys and Indians, tracing the artistic developments in Western art for over 50 years.
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Howard Taylor

He discussed how his museum has engaged the San Angelo community through various educational and creative programs. He shared his insights into the importance of how museums need to be leaders in community education.
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Our Plans

The Fine Art Museum Of Sedona will be a 20,000 square foot building with room for expansion. It will have an outside sculpture garden, walking paths, and event spaces. The architecturally significant structure will complement the beautiful red rock scenery of Sedona, using environmentally-conscious green building techniques, with a state-of-the-art archival storage facility.

The permanent collection will contain work from artists who have lived and worked in Sedona and the Verde Valley. Through the collection, we will celebrate artists that have contributed to our rich cultural heritage, and to further provide a lasting and unforgettable visitor experience through temporary traveling exhibitions of other world-class artists.