Add to the growth of arts and culture in our community.

Become a Member

Your membership support touches the lives of tens of thousands of residents, visitors, and artists through public art programs, workshops, and exhibitions, and allows Twin Rivers to support the creative community with over $120,000 in arts programming and professional arts opportunities. By becoming a member today, you are growing the cultural economy which generates over $13.6 million of economic impact for our region.

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Levels + Benefits

  1. Recognition in the newsletter, Twin Rivers website and on the gallery membership board.
  2. Twin Rivers Council for the Arts’ membership window decal.
  3. Monthly e-newsletter.
  4. Invitation to monthly exhibition opening receptions in Emy Frentz gallery.
  5. Discounted rate on workshops/events at the Arts Guild.
  6. Facility rental at no charge twice per year.

$5,000 Innovator

  • Benefits above 1 through 6
  • 6 tickets to annual fundraiser.
  • 25% discount on artwork sold from the Emy Frentz Gallery exhibitions.
  • Private guided tour of the CityArt Walking Sculpture Tour.
  • Consultation with Emy Frentz studio artist on curating personal or business art collection.

$2,500 Leader

  • Benefits above 1 through 6.
  • 4 tickets to annual fundraiser.
  • 15% discount on artwork sold from the Emy Frentz Gallery exhibitions.
  • Private guided tour of the CityArt Walking Sculpture Tour.

$1,000 Pacesetter

  • Benefits 1 through 6.
  • 2 tickets to annual fundraiser.
  • 10% discount on artwork sold from the Emy Frentz Gallery exhibitions.

$750 Benefactor

  • Benefits 1 through 6.
  • 1 ticket to annual fundraiser.

$500 Patron

  • Benefits 1 through 6.
  • Buy one, get one ticket to annual TRCA fundraiser.

$250 Associate

  • Benefits 1 through 5.

$100 Donor

  • Benefits 1 through 4.

$50 Sponsor

  • Benefits 1 through 3.

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, your membership to Twin Rivers is tax deductible to the extent that it exceeds the Fair Market Value of the benefits received.