In addition to supporting the area's only teaching museum, membership at the Cornell offers wonderful benefits, enriching activities, and opportunities for involvement. As a member, you can take part in exhibition openings, lectures, art trips, travel programs, and special events, including activities for families. You also receive the quarterly e-newsletter, a discount in the Museum shop, and special rates for many programs. These are just the basics; upper level members receive additional benefits.
Four ways you can become a member of the Cornell Museum Fine Arts Museum:
Online Join Today
By Phone Call 407-646-1571 during CFAM office hours.
In Person Ask at the CFAM registration desk or Museum Shop.
By Email Contact our Membership Department
By Mail Print a membership form
Cornell Fine Arts Museum Membership
1000 Holt Ave.
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Your gift strengthens and enhances the Museum; provides new objects to view, exciting exhibitions to visit, and educational programs and publications to enjoy; and allows for free admission and enriching opportunities for visitors, university students, and local elementary, middle, and high schools. Make a gift today
Join the Director’s Circle If you are interested in a higher level of giving, the Director’s Circle has been established for museum lovers able to give $10,000 spread over a 3-year period. Director’s Circle donors are invited to special lectures and conversations with the director and curators; behind-the-scenes tours and exhibition previews; cocktail receptions and dinners celebrating their involvement and asking for feedback. Learn More
The donations of many generous and forward-thinking individuals and families form a large portion—more than 75 percent—of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum’s collection. We are grateful for this longstanding philanthropic custom at Rollins, and we welcome others who would like to carry on this tradition. Learn More
Volunteers serve a variety of very important functions at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum. The three main categories are:
Board of Visitors Community leaders, professionals, and dedicated supporters of the museum comprise the Cornell’s appointed advisory board, known as the Board of Visitors. This group of individuals and its committees work with the director and the College in support of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum and its mission.
Docents are members of the museum who train with the education coordinator before each exhibition season to lead tours for schoolchildren and other groups visiting the museum.
Receptionists serve as the welcoming face of the museum for all our visitors. They receive basic training in museum admission policy and museum shop sales.