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Membership

Notice Of Annual Meeting Of The Membership Of The Huntington Museum Of Art, Inc.

The Open Door Membership Campaign is the Huntington Museum of Art's only annual appeal. Your donation entitles you to membership in one of the following categories. Memberships are available to individuals, families, organizations and businesses. Benefits of becoming a member of the Huntington Museum of Art at the $100 level or higher include receiving reciprocal general admission to dozens of southeastern museums and reciprocal general admission to hundreds of science centers worldwide.

Click here to register for membership online.

Learn more about the ASTC Travel Passport program.

Learn more about the Southeastern Reciprocal Membership Program.

Learn more about the NARM reciprocal admission list.

Open Door Membership Campaign

Creativity - $25 - $49

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Electricity in the Touma Gallery for one month

Your benefits include:

  • Free general admission
  • 10% discount on Museum Shop purchases
  • Invitations to exhibition openings
  • Free subscription to the Members' Magazine
  • Free subscription to HMA e-communication
  • Class and camp tuition discount

Hands On - $50 - $99

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • 100 sheets of clear Repro Film (TM)

Your benefits include:

  • New member tour upon request
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Studio - $100 - $249

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Care for one orchid for a year

Your benefits include:

Apprentice - $250 - $499

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • A month of new books for the Library

Your benefits include:

  • One Creativity level membership to give as a gift
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Master Artist - $500 - $999

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • One month of office supplies for staff

Your benefits include:

  • Free tuition to one Museum class per year (exclusive of Gropius Workshops)
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Sustainers Circle - $5 a month or more

HMA is now offering the option of monthly giving through automatic draft to support HMA. The amount given between July 1 and June 30 will determine member benefits.

The Bauhaus School

Van Zandt Circle - $1,000 - $1,499

Honoring Virginia Van Zandt, a longtime supporter of HMA, who served on the Board of Trustees for more than four decades. She donated more than 200 objects to HMA’s permanent collection.

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Eight months of supplies for the Museum Shop

Your benefits include:

  • One Creativity level membership to give as a gift
  • Free admission for you and your guests
  • Name listed on donor board in Van Zandt Great Hall
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Dean Circle - $1,500 - $2,499

Honoring Herman P. Dean, a founding member of HMA, whose gift of an extensive antique firearms collection remains one of the most popular exhibits.

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • HVAC maintenance for a month

Your benefits include:

  • Two Creativity level memberships to give as gifts
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Switzer Circle - $2,500 - $3,749

Honoring Rufus Switzer, whose vision led to the creation of a trust which provides HMA with significant financial support that continues to this day.

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Three months of grounds care

Your benefits include:

  • Three Creativity level memberships to give as gifts
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Daine Circle - $3,750 - $4,999

Honoring Isabelle Gwynn Daine, whose forward thinking and love of art led to the creation of endowments funding technology and exhibitions as well as the construction of the Daine Gallery.

If you give in this level, you provide us with:

  • All vault supplies for one year

Your benefits include:

  • Four Creativity level memberships to give as gifts
  • Benefits of all previous levels

Daywood Circle - $5,000 - $9,999

Honoring Arthur Spencer Dayton and Ruth Woods Dayton, whose personal collection of more than 350 works of late 19th and early 20th century American art, The Daywood Collection, was donated to HMA by Mrs. Dayton in 1967.

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Website maintenance and e-letter for one year

Your benefits include:

  • Five Creativity level memberships to give as gifts
  • Benefits of all  previous levels

Walter Gropius Circle - $10,000 +

Honoring Walter Gropius, a German architect and founder of The Bauhaus School who, in the late 1960s, designed the Gropius studios and a large addition to HMA.

Giving at this level provides support such as:

  • Electricity to the studios for one year

Your benefits include:

  • 50% discount on facility rentals (exclusive of weddings)
  • Benefits of all previous levels

West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State, State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement.