We invite you to join Woodmere Art Museum and enjoy the benefits of membership at this outstanding cultural center.
The following membership levels are available:
$40 is tax deductible
• Free admission to Special Exhibitions
• Personalized membership card
• 10% discount in the Museum Store
• Museum publication mailings
• New members’ reception
• Invitations to exhibition Open Houses
• Reduced tuition for George D. Widener Memorial Studio art classes and workshops
• Reduced admission to programs and concerts
• Student membership $20: Same benefits as individual member (must have student ID if over 18)
FAMILY $70 (2 Adults and 4 children under 18)
• $70 is tax deductible
• All Individual Member benefits plus…
• 2 Special Exhibition guest passes
• Discounted admission for family events and/or programs
FAMILY AND FRIENDS $100 (up to 4 Adults and 4 children under 18)
• $80 is tax deductible
• All Family Member benefits plus…
• 15% discount in the Museum Store
• One complimentary Special Exhibitions catalogue
• NARM – North American Reciprocal Membership (over 500 participating museums) & ROAM – Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums
PATRON $400 (up to 4 Adults and 4 children under 18)
• $325 is tax deductible
• All Family and Friends Member benefits plus…
• Permanent Collection catalogue
• 2 additional Special Exhibition guest passes
• 2 free admissions to an Education program (total value not to exceed $50)
Please note that there is a $1.50 convenience fee added to the price of memberships sold online.
If you have any questions about membership at Woodmere Art Museum, please contact Natalie Greene at 215-247-0127.
Your membership contribution, less the fair market value of the benefits you receive, is tax deductible per the Museum’s good-faith estimate of deductibility above. As with any tax-related matter, please defer to your tax advisor.
Members’ Appreciation Day
Saturday, September 13
Studio Open House | 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Meet Woodmere’s incredible teaching artists who will give demonstrations in a variety of methods and materials throughout the afternoon. See examples of their finished work and discover new possibilities for creating your own.
11:00 am: Frances Galante, The Penetrating Gaze; Creating Mood
12:00 pm: Paul DuSold, Still Life, Portrait and Figure Painting
1:00 pm: Stefanie Lieberman, Oil painting
2:00 pm: To be announced
Tour, Theresa Bernstein: A Century in Art | 2:00 pm
Assistant Curator, Rachel McCay will tour the galleries and explore the work of Theresa Bernstein.
Lecture: Gail Levin, A Curator’s Introduction to Theresa Bernstein: A Century in Art | 3:00 pm
Gail Levin, curator of Theresa Bernstein: A Century in Art and lead essayist and editor of the exhibition catalogue, will talk on Bernstein’s work and explore the struggles of women artists in the 20th century. Dr. Levin will tell the story of how Bernstein became by 1929, more famous than her friend, Edward Hopper, and was later forgotten, her early fame obscured.
Open House Reception | 4:00 pm