OAAG Membership : Reciprocal Admission
Under the reciprocal admission program, participating OAAG institutions grant free admission during regular hours to members and staff of other participating institutions. PLEASE NOTE : This list is subject to change without notice.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie Art Gallery of Bancroft Art Gallery of Hamilton Art Gallery of Mississauga Art Gallery of Northumberland, Cobourg Art Gallery of Peel, Brampton Art Gallery of Peterborough Art Gallery of Sudbury Art Gallery of Windsor Art Gallery of York University, Toronto Belleville Public Library and John M. Parrot Art Gallery, Belleville Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga Burlington Art Centre Cambridge Galleries Campus Gallery, Georgian College, Barrie Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa Creative Spirit Art Centre, Toronto Design Exchange, Toronto Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery Gallery 1313, Toronto Gallery in the Grove, Bright's Grove Gallery Lambton, Sarnia Gallery Stratford Gallery TPW, Toronto Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, B rantford Grimsby Public Art Gallery Homer Watson House & Gallery, Kitchener InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Toronto John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Koffler Gallery, Toronto The Latcham Gallery, Stouffville Lindsay Gallery The Living Arts Centre, Mississauga Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie Market Gallery, Toronto McIntosh Gallery, London McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg Mercer Union, Toronto Museum London Neilson Park Creative Centre, Toronto Norfolk Arts Centre, Simcoe Oakville Galleries Ontario Crafts Council, Toronto Orillia Museum of Art & History The Ottawa Art Gallery The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art, Toronto Rails End Gallery, Haliburton Riverbrink Gallery, Queenston Robert Langen Art Gallery, Waterloo Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa Station Gallery, Whitby TD Gallery, Toronto Public Library Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto Thames Art Gallery, Chatham Thunder Bay Art Gallery Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre, South Porcupine Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound Toronto Sculpture Garden Tree Museum, Muskoka University of Toronto Art Centre University of Waterloo Art Gallery V tape, Toronto Varley Art Gallery, Unionville Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford Woodstock Art Gallery York Quay Gallery, Toronto YYZ Artists' Outlet, Toronto
$100/1yr. or $180/2 yrs.
· A 10% discount on registration for any adult or children’s art class or workshop
· A 10% discount from Trillium Studio in St. Thomas
· Artists at this membership level, and above, receive use of the studio free of charge for one weekend exhibition
$250.00/1yr. or $450.00/2 yrs.
In addition to the benefits already listed, as a supporting member you will receive the
· A 10% discount on Art Centre Facility Rental
· A 10% discount at the Capital Theatre
· Membership to the Horton Farmers’ Market
$500.00/1yr. or $900.00/2 yrs.
In addition to the benefits already listed, as a sponsoring member you will receive the following:
· A 25% discount on Art Centre Facility Rental
· A Clark MacDougall, Talbot Street 1964 limited run reproduction poster
· One free ad in the Art Centre’s newsletter
· Accredited sponsorship of one art exhibition
· Two tickets to one Art Centre fundraiser including Redtail
The Benefits of Membership at Your Art Centre
Individual Membership $30/1yr. or $53/2 yrs
Family Membership $50/1 yr or $90/2yrs
Senior/Student $20/1yr. or $36/2 yrs.
A two year membership allows the Art Centre to cut down on administration costs and saves you some money at the same time.
$1000.00/1yr. or $1800.00/2 yrs.
In addition to the benefits already listed, as a sustaining member you will receive the following:
· One free year of ads in the Art Centre’s newsletter
· Accredited sponsorship of one exhibition and catalogue
· Two tickets to two Art Centre fundraisers including Redtail
DISCOUNT BENEFITS The following OAAG member institutions give a 10% discount in their gallery shops: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston Art Gallery of Bancroft Art Gallery of Hamilton Art Gallery of Mississauga Art Gallery of Sudbury Art Gallery of Windsor Art Gallery of York University, Toronto Blackwood Gallery , Mississauga Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa Gallery Lambton, Sarnia Gallery Stratford Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Toronto Grimsby Public Art Gallery Homer Watson House & Gallery, Kitchener Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, Toronto Lindsay Gallery Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph Museum London Oakville Galleries The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto Thunder Bay Art Gallery Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre, South Porcupine Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound Varley Art Gallery, Unionville V-Tape , Toronto
LIMITED FREE ADMISSION The following OAAG member institutions are not able to participate in the reciprocal admission program, but do have regularly scheduled periods of free admission. Please contact the galleries directly for details. Art Gallery of Ontario , Toronto National Gallery of Canada , Ottawa Royal Ontario Museum , Toronto
Basic Membership includes:
. Subscription to the Art Centre's quarterly newsletter
. Voting rights at the Art Centre's Annual General Meeting
. A %10 discount in the "One-of-a-Kind" gift shop.
. Inviations to Art Centre openings and special events
. Reciprocal free admission and discount benefits from
participating OAAG institutions (see list below)
. Eligibility for election to the Board of Directors
. Recognition in the Art Centre Newsletter
. Artists at this membership level recieve a %50 discount on
the use of the studio for one weekend exhibition.