I am a Museum Member because I have been enamored with the Guggenheim project since the outset. I am completely thrilled and excited about how it’s turned out. It is our Museum, an important place that represents us in the world. I also want to encourage other people to become Members. I think it’s a great way to feel a part of the project and promote the Museum.
I’ve been a Museum Member for five years. I wanted to know all about the Museum and its exhibitions, and to take part in seeing it move forward. What’s more, it has allowed me to work as a volunteer, enjoy all of the exhibitions, get to know a lot of people and experience some really great moments.
I became a Museum Member in 1999 for purely economic reasons. I compared the price of admission with what it would cost me to become a member and decided that the second option would be cheaper and I could go anytime I liked. In 2000 I was lucky enough to be to retire and decided to become a volunteer. I love it. For someone like myself inclined to art and leisure activities, it’s a good way to fill my day and share my time with people and be helpful.
Thanks to your contribution and support, the Museum is able to offer an ambitious calendar of exhibitions and educational activities.
Click here, to download the most recent magazine for detailed information about the Museum and all of the activities offered last year.