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July Issue 2004
Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Offers Members Free Admission to Museums Across the Carolinas, Southeast, and North America
Members of the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, can now utilize two reciprocal programs with museums across the country. Both programs provide free admission during public hours at participating venues, as well as a ten percent discount on purchase in gift shops and to ticketed events.
The Southeastern Reciprocal Membership Program (SRMP) is available to all Weatherspoon members. North Carolina museums currently participating with SRMP include: Ackland Art Museum (UNC Chapel Hill), Afro American Cultural Center (Charlotte), Asheville Art Museum, Duke University Museum of Art (Durham), Greenville Museum of Art, Hickory Museum of Art, and the Mint Museum of Art/Mint Museum of Craft + Design (Charlotte). South Carolina museums currently participating with SRMP include: Gibbes Museum of Art (Charleston), Historic Columbia Foundation (Columbia), The Columbia Museum of Art, and Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery (Greenville). SRMP also has participating museums in the following states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Missisippi, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Reciprocal benefits will be extended at these institutions upon presentation of a current Weatherspoon membership card.
The North American Reciprocal Program (NARM) is also available to those Weatherspoon members who maintain a $100 membership level or higher. Qualifying members will receive free admission and a ten percent discount on gift shop purchases at more than 140 museums throughout the US, Canada, and Bermuda.
For further information about these programs
contact Weatherspoon Art Museum at 336/334-5770, e-mail at (email@example.com)
or on the web at (www.weatherspoon.uncg.edu).
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