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Become a Member of
the Hockaday Museum of Art

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Private Levels

Senior/Student Membership (Benefits 1-6)
Individual Membership (Benefits 1-6)
Family/Dual Membership (Benefits 1-6)
Art Advocate (Benefits 1-6)
Patron of the Arts (Benefits 1-7)
Director's Circle (Benefits 1-8)
Collector (Benefits 1-9)
Masterpiece (Benefits 1-10)

Business Levels

Lake McDonald (Benefits 1-6, 11)
Going To The Sun (Benefits 1-8, 11) 
Heavens Peak (Benefits 1-9, 11)

Rewards of Membership

Membership in the Hockaday Museum of Art supports art, culture, and educational opportunities for both residents and visitors to our region.  A gift of membership helps sustain our role as guardian of historic art and artifacts of the permanent collection, as a visual arts center and as an educational resource for the community.

Here are just some of the many benefits of membership at the Hockaday:

1.  Free admission to the Hockaday
2.  10% discount on gift shop purchases, classes, and workshops
3.  Free admission to Opening Receptions and Special Programming
4.  Printed quarterly publication (mailed to your home)
5.  Regular electronic communication
6. Eligibility to participated in the Members' Salon
7.  Complimentary greeting cards, quantity three
8.  Free guest admission
9.  One complimentary pavilion rental ($250 value)
10.  One complimentary facility rental ($500 value)
11.  Free Saturday admission for employees

About the Hockaday Museum of Art
The Hockaday Museum of Art was established in 1968 by local artists as the Hockaday Center for the Arts in the historic Carnegie Library building. The organization took its name from a well-loved local artist, Hugh Hockaday. The vision was to develop a place where artists could exhibit their work and where students of all ages could attend classes to learn about art. The library became available and a long-term lease was negotiated with the City of Kalispell. Community interest in establishing a permanent collection was high and in 1998 the Center became the Hockaday Museum of Art.

Today, the Hockaday Museum of Art is the only Montana museum with a focus on Glacier National Park and the art and culture of the region’s indigenous tribes. The permanent collection contains the work of many important historic and contemporary artists. The Hockaday Museum of Art presents a rotating schedule of thought provoking and significant exhibitions of regional and national interest to engage a diverse audience of locals and visitors, including the many students who tour the museum throughout the school year.

The Hockaday’s programming provides educational opportunities for both children and adults to learn about the history of art and culture in Montana. Museum based programs are an essential service provided to area schools, both on-site and through our outreach programs. The Hockaday remains committed to broadening its education efforts to engage our youth so they may develop a lifelong interest in the arts.

Join the Hockaday Today!

If you would rather print out the membership form and mail it to us, please click the button below to download the mail-in form to include with your generous contribution.

Please return the form with your contribution to:
The Hockaday Museum of Art.
302 Second Avenue East
Kalispell, MT 59901.
HMA is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Tax ID # 81-0303038

 

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