The Bronx Museum Of The Arts: Join Us

Published on October 06, 2023, 4:01 pm
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Take advantage of Members-Only events by becoming a Bronx Museum Member today. We empower our 90%+ BIPOC communities through essential cultural and educational resources, making art accessible to everyone. Your membership donation enables us to continue presenting nationally acclaimed exhibitions, hosting hundreds of education and public programs each year, and offering free admission to every person who walks through our doors.

Make a difference today and enjoy:

1. Exclusive Access: Membership grants you invitations to our exhibition previews, members-only events, and programs. Experience art in an immersive and personal way, explore our thought-provoking exhibitions, and participate in art-making workshops.
2. Community Connection: Joining the Bronx Museum means connecting with fellow art lovers who share your passion for contemporary art and community. Engage in meaningful conversations, collaborate on projects, and forge lasting relationships with like-minded people.
3. Impactful Contribution: Your membership directly supports our mission to provide free and accessible art experiences to all. Every dollar will help nurture local talent, foster creativity in young minds, and promote cultural appreciation and expression.

How to Join

Signing up for a membership is simple! Visit our website here to select the right one for you. You will immediately receive your digital membership card via email and be ready to enjoy multiple membership offerings all year long.

We look forward to welcoming you as a valued member of the Bronx Museum Of The Arts today.



Bronx Museum Of The Arts
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10456

Tel.:       718-681-6000

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