Arts Mildura Membership—2022

Become a part of the Arts Mildura family by joining us as a Member for 2022.

We like to think of ourselves here as one big creative family here at Arts Mildura. We have been through some tough times and seen some extraordinary arts, events, parades, gigs, exhibitions and so many things, but importantly we have done it together with our community.

With our new Arts Mildura Hub having opened their doors not too long ago we can now offer our supporters another way to access some amazing benefits while continuing to experience extraordinary arts and culture in the Mallee.

As an Arts Mildura Member not only will you be supporting the arts in the Mallee but you will receive a swag of loot including:

  • Exclusive Arts Mildura Member Tote Bag (not available for sale)
  • Members prices at the Arts Mildura Hub Bar (Arts Mildura events only)
  • Invitations to exclusive previews to selected exhibitions throughout the year
  • Invitations to Members only events at the Arts Mildura Hub throughout the year (including, but not limited to guest talks, open rehearsals, gigs, etc)

All proceeds from the Arts Mildura Membership program go directly back into Arts Mildura to ensure that we are able to continue to provide extraordinary arts and culture experiences to the Mallee and regional Australia.

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