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 When you support the Walter Anderson Museum of Art through membership or donation, you are fueling year-round programming for students, visitors, and community members of all ages.

Every dollar goes directly to outreach, education, and cultural preservation.

The Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Contributions are tax-deductible as allowable by law.


Your Membership Drives
the Museum Forward

Lifelong Learning

Your contribution impacts lifelong learning and access to edifying cultural experiences, plus free memberships for students and educators.



Supports the expansion of WAMA's programs, campus, and capacity, doubling its footprint and impact.



You make possible community gatherings, festivals, gardens, and places to explore.

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Legacy Preserved

Your contribution inspires generations of innovators, present and future. 


Choose your Membership

Whether you're a frequent visitor, or looking to unlock free admission to more than 1,000 museums across the United States, membership supports the mission and Southern culture.

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  • Free admission to WAMA year-round

  • Guest free on select holidays

  • Print subscription to The Islander newsletter

  • Discounts on workshops & camps

  • 10% off in the WAMA gift store*


All Individual benefits for your entire household PLUS:

  • Free admission to more than 1,000 museums around the country through the North American Reciporcal Museum Association (NARM)


All Household benefits PLUS:

  • 50% off guest admissions

  • 15% off in the WAMA gift store*


All Sustainer benefits PLUS:

  • Special recognition in The Islander newsletter

  • Complimentary VIP upgrade for annual WAMA benefit or other ticketed event


All Benefactor benefits PLUS:

  • Inglis Society limited edition pin

  • 50% off museum rental fees

  • VIP access to and consultation with Museum Director and Curator

  • Inclusion in invitation-only Friends of Walter Anderson Auxilary, and exclusive invitation to annual FOWA brunch

To cancel your membership, make changes to your preferences, or for additional information, contact


Header: Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), Trolley Car (detail) c. 1943. Watercolor on Paper.  Courtesy of the Family of Walter Anderson.

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