Raleigh, NC, May 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Mary Poole, executive director of Artspace (www.artspacenc.org), has announced the launch of the nonprofit’s 2010 membership campaign. Artspace’s membership program offers exclusive benefits to members and provides support to community outreach initiatives. Membership benefits include discounts on art purchases and class tuition, priority registration for classes, invitations to members-only events, a subscription to the bi-monthly newsletter and an Artspace window decal. Memberships are tax-deductible and support from membership dues allows Artspace to continually impact local residents, aspiring artists, families and children by offering open artist studios and exhibitions free of charge, as well as unique visual art education for artists of all ages and talent levels.
“Without memberships, Artspace would not exist,” said Poole. “Artspace is free and open to the public due to the generous support of our donors, sponsors and members. Membership support ensures that Artspace continues to be one of the region's leading and most unique cultural institutions.”
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- For more information on Artspace’s membership program or to join online, visit www.artspacenc.org.
- Memberships range from $40 for an individual to $500 for Art Collectors.
- Annual Membership levels include:
- Individual: $40
- Family: $60
- Art Lovers: $100
- Art Advocates: $250
- Art Collectors: $500
Artspace is a nonprofit visual art center dedicated to providing arts education and community outreach programs, creating an environment of more than 100 professional artists and presenting nationally acclaimed exhibitions. Located in downtown Raleigh in the historic Sanders Ford building, Artspace has been providing the community with the opportunity to interact with working artists and to participate in hands-on arts education since 1986. For more information about Artspace, exhibitions or membership, please visit www.artspacenc.org.
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