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Become A Member

Join Woodmere and enjoy a broad range of social events, discounts, and experiences with the art and artists of Philadelphia.  Join online or download and print the Membership form
Consider giving a Woodmere Membership as a gift
Membership Levels

  • INDIVIDUAL $40 ($40 is tax-deductible)
    • FREE admission to Woodmere’s galleries and exhibitions
    • 10% discount in the Museum Store*
    • Museum publication mailings
    • New members’ reception
    • Announcements for members-only tours and events
    • Invitations to exhibition Open Houses
    • Reduced tuition for adult studio art classes and workshops
    • Reduced admission to programs and concerts
  • FAMILY $70 ($70 is tax-deductible, 2 Adults)
    • For 2 adults and up to 4 children under age 18
    • All Individual membership benefits plus…
    • Two museum guest passes
    • Discounted tuition for studio classes
    • Free or discounted admission for family programs
  • FAMILY AND FRIENDS $100 ($80 is tax-deductible)
    • For up to 4 adults and up to 4 children under age 18
    • All Family membership benefits plus…
    • North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) membership (over 500 participating museums)
    • 15% discount in the Museum Store*
    • One complimentary special exhibition catalogue
  • PATRON $400 ($325 is tax-deductible)
    • For up to 4 adults and 4 children under age 18
    • All Family and Friends membership benefits plus…
    • Two additional guest passes to special exhibitions
    • Two free admissions to an Education program (total value not to exceed $50) 
  • DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE $1,000 ($900 is tax-deductible)
    • All Patron Member benefits plus…
    • Invitation to special donor events
    • Special recognition at the Museum's entrance
  • PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE $2,500 ($2,400 is tax-deductible)
    • All Director’s Circle Member benefits plus…
    • Unlimited admission to education programs for 2 people (individual program value not to exceed $50)


*Member discount does not apply to books and catalogues


Upcoming Member Events

Children's Studio Class | Valentine Workshop
February 10 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
$30/child ($25 Woodmere Family Members)
Children will have a fun morning creating colorful collages with a Valentine’s Day message. Students will use a variety of textural materials such as yarn, felt, and other fabrics to design and construct a collage filled with hearts. A perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.
All supplies provided by Woodmere Art Museum. 
Opening Reception
Saturday, February 10, 2024 | 2 – 4 PM
Please join us for an opening reception celebrating Drawn from Earth Figurative Sculpture and Works on Paper by William Daley on Saturday, February 10th from 2 – 4 PM. The event is free and open to the public.
Film is Back!
Tuesday Night Film | North By Northwest (1959 / 136 min)
February 20 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Donations suggested. 
Directed by the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, "North by Northwest" is a gripping tale of mistaken identity and espionage. Cary Grant stars as Roger Thornhill, an ordinary man thrust into an extraordinary world of danger and intrigue. As he's chased across iconic American landmarks, Thornhill must unravel a web of espionage to clear his name and save the mysterious Eve Kendall, played by Eva Marie Saint. Hitchcock's masterful storytelling and Grant's charismatic performance make "North by Northwest" a timeless classic in the realm of thrilling cinema.
In 1995, North by Northwest was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
Opening Reception | Henry Bermudez in Philadelphia
Thursday, February 22 | 5:30 pm
Please join us for an opening reception celebrating Henry Bermudez in Philadelphia on Thursday, February 22nd from 5:30-7:30 pm. The event is free and open to the public.
Jazz is Back!
See the full season of Friday Night Jazz here. These tickets sell fast, so purchase yours TODAY!
Classical Saturday | Tempesta di Mare: A Song's Journey from Haiti & Back
February 24 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Musicians: Jean-Bernard Cerin, baritone; Joyce Cen, harpsichord and piano, and Eve Miller, cello
$25 ($15 members)
Lisette: A Song’s Journey from Haiti & Back, traces the circuitous history of “Lisette quitté la plaine,” the oldest surviving song text in early Haitian Creole that was arranged several times between c. 1757 and 1942. This program delves into the rich history of classical music in colonial Saint Domingue and traces how this song, originally famous in a slave holding society shifts in meaning as it finds new interpretations in black communities in Louisiana and modern Haiti.
Beyond Lisette, the program features operatic literature from early Haiti, anthem parodies from the Haitian Revolution and the American Civil War, music from 18th century Philadelphia, and virtuosic keyboard music from Louisiana and modern Haiti.
Book Event & Signing with Author Steven Ujifusa
February 29 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Steven Ujifusa is a Philadelphia historian who chronicles the confluence of American business, social, and maritime history. His third book, The Last Ships from Hamburg: Business, Rivalry, and the Race to Save Russia's Jews on the Eve of World War I, tells the story of the 2.5 million Eastern European Jews who came to America between 1881 and 1914.  This mass exodus was facilitated by three businessmen whose involvement in the Jewish-American narrative has been largely forgotten: Albert Ballin (managing director of the Hamburg-America Line), Jacob Schiff (investment banker and American Jewish philanthropist), and J.P. Morgan (New York financier, partner of the Drexel family, and mastermind of the International Mercantile Marine trust).  It was released by HarperCollins in November 2023.  
The Last Ships of Hamburg" has been named by Publishers Weekly as one of the top books of 2023 and by the @WSJ's as one of the 17 Books to Read This Holiday Season.
Mr. Ujifusa will speak at Woodmere on Thursday, February 29 at 6:00 pm.  Books will be for sale. 
Conversation with Artist Henry Bermudez, Gaby Heit, guest curator, and Jorge Luis Guttierrez, artistic director, CEO, Contemporary Art Lab
Saturday, March 2 | 1 pm
$10 (FREE for Woodmere Members)
Join us for a conversation with Henry Bermudez. Gaby Heit, guest curator of Henry Bermudez in Philadelphia and Jorge Luis Gutierrez, artistic director of Contemporary Art Lab, will have a discussion with Henry about his artistic journey from Venezuela to Philadelphia, his home since 2003. 

Join online or download and print the Membership Form. For more information, contact Erin Lawrence at

Please Note: Memberships at the Family level and higher are for one household only. Members will be able to gain admission and discounts to programs for themselves, as well as their guests, upon presentation of Woodmere membership card.

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.