Collection Policy

In accordance with the Museum & Arts Center's mission statement, the collection should reflect the history of the development of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, including the current and historical communities of Agnew, Blue Mountain, Blyn, Carlsborg, Dungeness, Happy Valley, Jamestown, Port Williams, Sequim and Washington Harbor, and the lives and achievements of its people. The items in the collection must have historical or research significance that contribute to the understanding of life in this area, both now and in the past.

The Museum & Arts Center does not accept the following:

* Items on long-term loan (due to liability reasons)
* Items that must be permanently exhibited
* Items appearing to have belonged to a Native American tribal member
* Items that are suspected of being obtained through nefarious methods
* Items without clear title (unclear ownership)
* Items of an endangered species

If you have a question regarding the relevancy of a potential donation, please call 360-681-2257 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Board Members

Judy Reandeau Stipe-Director 
Hazel Ault-President
Jerry Brownfield -Vice President
Ann Jagger-Treasurer
Bud Knapp- Secretary
Bob Clark- Trustee
Trish Bekkevar- Trustee
Beverly Majors-Trustee 
Dick Cays-Trustee 
Marlin Holden- Trustee
Bob Stipe- Trustee
Nancy Goldstien- Bookkeeper




Museum and Arts Center

 Sequim Museum & Arts Board meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at our Administration Center, located at 544 N Sequim Avenue at 8:00am
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Museum & Arts Exhibit Center
544 N Sequim Ave
Sequim, WA 98382
Museum & Arts Administration Center
544 North Sequim, Avenue
Sequim, WA 98382
Museum & Arts Historic Schoolhouse
2781 Towne Rd

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