Membership Levels & Benefits
Benefits of an MRAC Co-Op Artist Membership:
Ability to hang work on the members' wall at any monthly event (gratis)
Opportunity to be a solo featured gallery artist of the month (press release, marketing support, artist stipend, etc.)
Participation in annual juried show (discounted fees)
Participation in MRAC co-op juried show (discounted fees)
Participation in various annual MRAC members' shows (NO ENTRY FEES)
Participation in community art festivals such as Manayunk Art Festival, Roxborough Art is Life Festival, Ambler ArtFestival (discounted fees)
Opportunity to exhibit at Roxborough Development Corporation (satellite gallery) (gratis)
70/30 percent split on gallery sales (70% to artist, 30% to Art Center)
Exposure to a community of artists
Opportunity to serve on various standing committees provides a learning experience in art gallery management
Discounts on art classes, lectures, humanities events
MRAC Humanities is a co-operative of writers and poets.
Benefits of an MRAC Humanities (Writer-Poet) Membership:
Participate in monthly readings where you will be able to present and read your work to an audience.
Workshops are scheduled that provide instruction on creative writing and the art of poetry.
Critique circles meet from time to time to provide constructive feedback on your work.
Projects to create original scripts are launched in which you can contribute material.
In 2016, we wrote and performed an original play on the life Vincent Van Gogh.
In 2017 we have chosen Robert Louis Stevenson as our subject.
You can submit original work for publication to our affiliate, the Schuylkill Valley Journal.
You can elect to participate in MRAC Co-Op and Curriculum events at a discounted price. Many MRAC supporters have children or other family members enrolling in classes or entering in different events.
You can join as a supporter of the arts in the community. You will be in the patron category.
You can elect to participate in certain MRAC events at a discounted price. Many MRAC supporters have children or other family members enrolling in classes or entering in different programs.