Become a Member

Support aPA's efforts to make art accessible to everyone, anytime

Become an aPA member and receive a black tote bag with an image of Louise Nevelson's "Atmosphere and Environment XII" on it
aPA Member public art tote

Member Benefits:

  • A public art tote with Louise Nevelson’s Atmosphere and Environment XII (1970)
  • Complimentary admission to aPA’s Annual Meeting. Past speakers have included contemporary artists such as Roxy Paine, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Mark di Suvero, Janet Echelman, and Claes Oldenburg
  • Advance invitations to participate in periodic aPA special events and programs
  • Access to annual members only public art tour

Membership Levels:

  • Student – $15
  • Individual – $35
  • Family – $50
  • Contributing – $100
  • Benefactor – $250
  • Patron – $500
  • The Conservation Society – begins at $1,000*

*As aPA’s leadership giving group, members of The Conservation Society contribute $1,000, $2,500, $5,000, or more annually, and are invited to an exclusive public art tour each spring with aPA Executive Director Penny Balkin Bach

A group of people led by a Public Art Ambassador visit Martin Puryear's Pavilion in the Trees
Photo Johanna Austin © 2013 for the Association for Public Art

For more information or to discuss becoming a member, please contact aPA’s Development Manager Nora Sutherland at or (215) 546-7550.