Membership Information and Membership Categories

The ACGA welcomes all artists, educators, collectors, art professionals and everyone interested in the creative practice and appreciation of the ceramic and glass arts. Our Association has developed several categories of membership to encourage the participation of the entire clay and glass community and provide valuable benefits to its members.  All members receive our monthly newsletter.

For questions about membership contact Ann Testa (925 254-8457) for more membership information.

For Membership RENEWALS: Please renew your membership online here

Exhibiting Membership

Exhibiting members are professional clay and glass artists whose work has been accepted by an ACGA jury. Click here for information about the ACGA Jurying Process.

Exhibiting member dues are $60 annually.
Collaborating partners’ dues are $70 annually.
Click here to renew your yearly Exhibiting dues.

Benefits:
Exhibiting members are eligible to apply for all ACGA shows and exhibitions.
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
Voting privileges for ACGA Board of Directors.
A public profile on the ACGA website.
Listing of Open Studios, Solo Exhibitions, and some Group Exhibitions on our ACGA Events page.
Access to the member forum.

Associate Membership

Associate members are non-juried clay and glass artists, collectors, and others who support the programs and activities of the Association.

Dues are $40 yearly.

Benefits:
Associate members are eligible to apply for some ACGA shows and exhibitions.
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
Voting privileges for ACGA Board of Directors.
A public profile on the ACGA website.
Listing for Open Studio and Solo Exhibitions on ACGA Events page.
Access to the member forum.

Click here to become an ACGA associate member.

Student Members

Student membership is for full-time students at an academic institution.

Yearly dues are $10. Students are entitled to two years of student-rate membership.

Benefits:
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
A public profile on the ACGA website.
Access to the member forum.

Click here to become an ACGA student member.

Patron Members

Patron Members are suppliers, retail outlets, galleries, individuals and institutions who support the ACGA and its goals.
There are 3 different levels of Patron membership.

Friend Level: Recommended for small businesses, galleries and individuals
Dues are $100 yearly for the Friend Level.

Benefits:
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
Voting privileges for ACGA Board of Directors.
Three free ad placements in the newsletter yearly.
Information about business on our Sponsor page with image and website link.
Promotion of your clay and glass related events on our website.
Access to our member forum.

Business Level: Recommended for suppliers, businesses, art centers and institutions.
Dues are $500 yearly for the Business Level.

Benefits:
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
Voting privileges for ACGA Board of Directors.
Six free ad placements in the newsletter yearly.
Information about business on our Sponsor page with image and website link.
Promotion of your clay and glass related events.
Access to our member forum.
Article written about your business for our ACGA blog and newsletter.
Discounted Corporate booth at the ACGA Clay and Glass Festival.

Business Level: Recommended for suppliers, businesses, art centers and institutions.
Dues are $1000 yearly for the Business Level.

Benefits:
Subscription to the ACGA monthly newsletter.
Voting privileges for ACGA Board of Directors.
Monthly free ad placements in the newsletter.
Information about business on our Sponsor page with image and website link.
Promotion of your clay and glass related events.
Access to our member forum.
Article written about your business for our ACGA blog and newsletter.
Discounted Corporate booth at the ACGA Clay and Glass Festival.

Click here to become an ACGA Patron Member

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