Membership

We Invite You…

to join us in our efforts to contribute to the creativity and vitality of the communities of west central Illinois. By becoming a member of the WCI Arts Center, you will play a key role in making your community an exciting, stimulating, economically strong place to live and raise our families.

Every year at the Arts Center, we host 8-10 art exhibits, including exhibits of the work of area grade school through high school students. We also host Art & Gift Markets, Youth Summer Camps, arts workshops, Trivia Nights, Cornfed Film Fest, and more. Additionally, our space is frequently rented by various organizations and individuals for private parties, special events, fundraisers, and meetings.

All of this has been done with the hard work of volunteers. We are proud of all we have accomplished, but we need your help to continue our operations and expand. New members will bring new ideas, new energy and, yes, new money to the organization. We need it all — we need you!

For your convenience, membership fees may be submitted via Paypal.

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Download membership form and mail it with your membership fee to:
WCI Arts Center
P.O. Box 692
Macomb, IL 61455

WCIAC Membership

Annual Membership Levels and Benefits:

  • Family $50
  • Individual $30
  • Student $18 (high school, community college, college, or university)
    Basic benefits: Email or text alerts, Discounts on Gazebo Arts Festival and  Art & Gift Market exhibitor fees
    *Membership will need to be renewed yearly in August.

Donor Levels:

Aaron Copeland— $100-$249

Martha Graham— $250-$499

Sydney Portier— $500-$999

Georgia O’Keefe— $1,000+

Ask us about Corporate Sponsorships!

“In my own philanthropy and business endeavors, I have seen the critical role that the arts play in stimulating creativity and in developing vital communities….the arts have a crucial impact on our economy and are an important catalyst for learning, discovery, and achievement in our country.”
Paul G. Allen, Co-Founder, Microsoft
Rainmaker by Connie Berg