Levels and Benefits

Members enjoy these benefits all year long:
  • Unlimited complimentary admission
  • Invitation to the annual Member Appreciation Day
  • Invitations to exclusive members-only exhibition previews, gallery talks, and events
  • Discounted tickets to concerts, The Met: Live in HD, and other special events
  • 10% discount on Museum Store purchases; 25% during seasonal members’ shopping days
  • 15% discount on cafĂ© purchases


Individual
$65 (fully tax-deductible)
  • Free admission for one adult
Purchase an Individual membership
 
Family/Dual
$100 (fully tax-deductible)
  • Free admission for two adults
Purchase a Family/Dual membership
 
Sustainer
$150 (fully tax-deductible)
  • Free admission for four adults
  • Copy of annual Journal of the Clark
  • Reciprocal admission at more than 1,000 museums in the United States and Canada via the North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) and the Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM). Click here to see a full list of reciprocal museums.
Purchase a Sustainer membership
 
Contributor
$250 (fully tax-deductible)
All the benefits of the Sustainer membership plus:
  • Free admission for six adults
  • Invitations to Contributor-only events
Purchase a Contributor membership
 
Sponsor
$500 ($450 tax-deductible)
All the benefits of the Contributor membership plus:
  • Free admission for eight adults
  • One exhibition catalogue per year
  • Invitation to one Clark Society preview per year 
Purchase a Sponsor membership
 
Additional benefits are available at higher levels of membership. Learn more about the Clark Society. Businesses are welcome to become members at the Contributor level and above. To join as a business member, please call 413 458 0425.

Member Feature

Bill Gillquist

Our members matter! Each quarter, we’ll feature one member’s story about their love of the Clark.  
 
His passion for art
 
Bill first visited the Clark in 1987 with a close friend and quickly became an enthusiast of the arts. Shortly afterwards, Bill enrolled in art classes at his local community college and has since been traveling the two-hour commute from his home in Brookfield, Connecticut to visit the Clark “at least twenty-five times a year.” He especially enjoys finding the deeper meanings that art has to offer. “I think art can teach us to respect and even admire works from different cultures, beliefs, and backgrounds.”
 
His favorite painting
 
Winslow Homer’s Sleigh Ride, which resides in the permanent collection, is a painting Bill likes to revisit often to discover a new detail or emotion elicited by the work. “It’s a winter scene that evokes a story of a warm cup of cocoa by the fire after the sleigh reaches its destination,” he explains. “It’s not a depressing image; rather, it is a confident one.”
 
What he loves about the Clark
 
Bill has been a member for almost a decade. Aside from the beautiful paintings and extensive landscape and trails, among his favorite things at the Clark are the educational opportunities and public programs such as performances and concerts, which he often enjoys with friends. When asked if he is as dedicated to other museums as he is to the Clark, Bill revealed his loyalty. “At the Clark, I feel like I’m a part of something that not only helps people locally, but also inspires people worldwide.”
 
Do you have a story to share about your connection to the Clark? Send us an email at membership@clarkart.edu. You may be the star of our next member feature!