10% discount on all purchases at the museum shop, in-store and online, plus special extra discount opportunities • subscription to your choice of Antiques & Fine Art Magazine
, The Magazine Antiques
, or Modern Magazine*
• subscription to monthly e-newsletter • invitations for two to members-only opening-night exhibition receptions • invitations to curator-led tours at the museum • invitations to Folk Art Friends weeks, with special events for you and accompanying guests • eligibility to participate in Folk Art Explorers, the museum’s travel program, which offers behind-the-scenes visits to private home collections, galleries, and other museums • discounted admission to all museum educational and public programs, including art workshops, lectures, tours, and special programs • discounts
at local businesses • membership cards for two adults • free admission to art workshops for children and families • special Patron Member gift from the museum shop • priority registration for Folk Art Explorers trips and other events • • Reciprocal membership and discounts at more than one thousand participating museums throughout the United States
• Additional reciprocal free admission and gift shop discounts to more institutions participating in the Art Museum Reciprocal Network (AMRN)
, including the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Philadelphia Museum of Art; and the Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM)
, including the Mutter Museum, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and The Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM)!
*You will automatically receive Antiques & Fine Art Magazine with your membership purchase. To receive The Magazine Antiques or Modern Magazine in its place, please contact the membership department at (212) 595-9533, ext. 313, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Image: Woman in Pink
(detail), attributed to John Usher Parsons (possibly 1813–1851), Maine, c. 1835–1840, oil on canvas, 26 x 21 1/2 in., American Folk Art Museum, gift of Joan and Victor Johnson, 1999.13.1. Photo by John Parnell.