Serving the creative arts community of Three Rivers, California, near Sequoia National Park
* Stocking Stuffer Membership Gifts *
What a great way to support our local arts community
and to share the inspiration of art with family and friends.
Wrap up a gift membership and give this special present for the holidays.
$20 a year for a calendar year membership
Support the Scholarship Fund of the Arts Alliance with your generous donation.
Become a $500 sponsor for an annual scholarship to a local art student.
Become a sponsor for phenomenal music concerts or give a season ticket.
$25 a year for an annual membership
“We know you feel, as do we, that it is important for Visalia to have a public arts venue that brings innovative art exhibitions, educational programs and events to Visalia and the surrounding Central Valley region. These are essential ingredients of the quality of life in any community and especially important in rural areas like Tulare County, where access to the arts is often very limited. As a nonprofit organization, Arts Visalia depends on private sources for approximately ninety percent of its funding. All financial support directly affects the quality and accessibility of the programs we are able to provide. Your donation to Arts Visalia through your annual membership is an investment in the social and economic future of our coummunity.”
$25 for annual individual membership
“The Arts Consortium believes that the arts should be universal, affordable and accessible to everyone regardless of age, capacity, limitations or language. The arts build community, add to the beauty of our environment, record our history, are an economic boon and create opportunities for breaking down barriers, reducing levels of intimidation and building bridges.”
$50 annual individual membership
“The Fresno Art Museum offers a dynamic experience for appreciating art. The museum welcomes, inspires, and educates a diverse regional audience through significant exhibitions, thought -provoking programs, and meaningful interactions with artists and the creative process.”