The CCC was formed 10 years ago and in that time CCC membership dues have helped the museum purchase an impressive 11 artworks to MAM’s collection and host dozens of programs related to collecting. In order to garner new momentum, MAM is reshaping the CCC to broaden the membership, make the CCC more nimble and responsive to collecting opportunities, and adopt an ‘open guest policy’ at CCC events.
CCC membership is now open to the following MAM members and patrons:
MAM’s goals with the CCC are twofold: first, to make acquisitions to MAM’s collection that support artists and strategically strengthen the collection, and, second, to offer three to four enriching events each year that take members to collectors’ homes, artists’ studios, and to exciting art destinations. CCC dues will be used for acquisitions, events, and to administer the group. Potential acquisitions will be presented to the group as the occasion arises, with the opportunity for members to contribute toward the purchases as a tax-deductible donation.
For more information about becoming a CCC member or to learn about exciting CCC opportunities on the horizon, please contact Development Director Cassie Strauss at (406) 728-0447 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONTEMPORARY COLLECTORS CIRCLE
Take a day trip to Helena to explore local collections. Start with a walking tour of outdoor sculptures at the venerable Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts and get a sneak peek at work in progress created by current residents. Lunch at the studio and home of painter Doug Turman and Mary Lee Larison, before setting off to view the impressive art collection of MAM patron Tim Speyer. Space is limited. RSVP by April 1.
CCC membership is open to MAM members who opt in with a $100 per person annual contribution in addition to annual museum membership, MAM donors at the Leader Circle level ($1,000 and above), legacy donors, and donors to MAM’s collection. To join the CCC or RSVP for an event, contact Cassie Strauss, Director of Development, email@example.com or call 406.728.0447.