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Five different levels of membership.
As a community arts center, we provide a home for you and your artistic endeavors--whether it's learning and creating your own work, enjoying exhibitions, or simply supporting the arts. Our plans offer a range of benefits to fit various budgets, needs and interests.
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Membership and Benefits
Student Friend Supporter Artisan Corporate
1 Subject to safety & usage qualifications.
2 Includes all items sold from retail shop and at marketplace events. Excludes artworks sold at exhibits and shows.
3 NARM is the North American Reciprocal Museum Association, which offers free/discounted admission and museum shop discounts at nearly 2000 member museums, galleries and other cultural institutions. More info.
4 Holiday Marketplace, Parking Lot Sales, online marketplace, gallery retail etc. Excludes gallery shows.
Dues* for Artisan Members
When you become a Artisan member of LexArt, there are two components to your dues. The first , shown in the chart above, covers your basic membership in LexArt. The second component comprises studio fees and dues for the guild or guilds that you join.
The total cost of membership is shown in the chart.
Members 80 years and above enjoy a 50% discount on the basic membership portion.
* Lexington Arts and Crafts Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. FEIN: 04-6072895. Under IRS rules, deductions for contributions to charities for federal income tax purposes are limited to the excess of any money contributed by the donor over the fair market value of goods or services received. LexArt estimates the fair market value of goods and services received as follows for the applicable Guild Artisan Membership types: Ceramics ($290); Decorative Arts ($25); Metalworking ($125); Needle Arts ($10); Painting ($25); Polymer Clay & Beading ($60); Weaving & Fiber Arts ($125); Woodworking ($340). As with any donation, you should consult with your personal income tax adviser about your particular tax situation.