- Establish a globally accessible learning center at the Burke Museum
- Promote scholarly research on Northwest Coast Native art
- Increase Native and public access to research resources
Foster appreciation and understanding of Native art of the Pacific Northwest Coast
The Bill Holm Center for the Study of Northwest Coast Art was established at the Burke Museum in 2003 to continue Bill Holm's legacy at the Burke Museum, which has made it one of the premier centers for the study of Native arts of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
Bill Holm Center projects are funded by grants and through three endowments, the Bill Holm Center Endowed Research Fund, the Bill Holm Center Endowed Graduate Fellowship, and the Bill Holm Center Endowed Professorship. As we continue to build these endowments we will use the distributed interest to fund projects that include research on, access to, and appreciation of Native Art of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Dr. Robin K. Wright
Director, Bill Holm Center
Curator of Native American Art firstname.lastname@example.org
Box 353010, Burke Museum ph: 206-543-5595
University of Washington fx: 206-685-3039
Seattle, WA 98195-3010