Membership

Individual Membership Levels 2015

Choose the level at which you want to join us. You’ll be taken to PayPal for secure payment.

$5 Student

  • receives all member e-mails about events and meeting agendas

Your name:

$15 Member

  • all of the above, plus
  • may opt in to artist directory on our website (name and contact information only)
  • application fee for Custer Area Arts Council grants is waived

Your name:

$30 Friend

  • all of the above, plus
  • upon request, links are added on our website to artist’s Facebook page or website
  • one free art class

Your name:

$60 Advocate

  • all of the above, plus
  • upon request, is featured artist on our website or has featured YouTube video on our website
  • one additional free Custer Area Arts Council class

Your name:

$125 Benefactor

  • all of the above, plus
  • upon request, has dedicated page (clicking on image leads to separate page) on our website
  • one free ticket to studio tour or other Arts Council event TBA

Your name:

$300 Patron

  • all of the above, plus
  • acknowledgment in all Custer Area Arts Council event programs and on website
  • one additional free ticket to studio tour or other Arts Council event TBA

Your name:

If you prefer, you can download the PDF Membership Application Form, print it, and submit it to us with your payment in person or by mail.

Custer Area Arts
P.O. Box 310
Custer SD 57730

Top Ten Ways to Become Involved with Local Arts:

  1. Promote your artwork.
    Get a free listing on this website.
  2. List your events.
    Email details here.
  3. Find out what’s happening locally.
    Check out our website’s calendar.
  4. Support local arts businesses and nonprofits.
    Enjoy a Lo-Ru West Dance Studio or Black Hills Playhouse performance.
  5. Bring more art into schools.
    Celebrate Youth Art Month with artists like Dick Termes.
  6. Attend local events.
    Tour the Custer County Courthouse Art Gallery.
  7. Link up with other arts councils.
    Network with Hill City and South Dakota Arts Councils.
  8. Spend some time with musicians.
    Volunteer downtown at summer music performances.
  9. Get involved with special events.
    For example, help plan Bark Beetle Blues celebrations.
  10. Help create an arts community.
    Imagine and organize new arts education opportunities.

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