membership

this town is small offers 4 types of membership options

want to join?

Review the options below, download the membership-form-2016-2017and mail-in your completed form to:

this town is small. 81 Prince Street, Charlottetown PE, C1A 3R4

*memberships will be valid until the 2016-2017 AGM, scheduled for April 2017

Full Member – 35.00/year – Any professional in the arts that meets the definition provided by UNESCO **

– Able to participate as a member of the executive Board of Directors, Voting privileges, Participation on committees,  25% off workshop fees, Able to apply for the yearly group exhibition (January 2017), Receive Newsletter: small town news

Student or Emerging Membership – $20.00/year – Any member who is enrolled in a post secondary institution studying Fine Art or Craft, or who anticipates pursuing Fine Art as a professional career.

– Able to be elected to the Board of Directors, Participation on committees, 25% off workshop fees, Able to apply for the student portion of yearly group exhibition (January 2017), Receive Newsletter: small town news

Associate membership-  $15.00/year – Any interested members of the community.

– Able to be elected to the Board of Directors, Participation on committees, The wonderful feeling of supporting the Island’s Arts community, Receive Newsletter: small town news

NEW! – Household membership – $50.00/yr – includes all peoples co-habitating in one place

Regardless of legal family status. A maximum of 2 full time memberships can be included in the purchase of the Household Membership with an unlimited emerging/associate memberships available. Membership acquired through the household membership is to include the corresponding benefits to the listed membership categories.

** The definition adopted at the 1980 UNESCO international conference on the status of the artist is: “Any person who creates or gives expression to, or recreates works of art, who considers his artistic creation to be an essential part of his life, who contributes in this way to the development of art and culture and who is or asks to be recognized as an artist, whether or not he is bound by any relations of employment or association.”