Memberships 2017 - New & Renewal

Starts: January 1 @ 12:00AM     Ends: December 31 @ 11:30PM

Your membership to The Brinton Museum provides financial support for museum operations plus gives you unlimited access and special, member-only privileges.

Support The Brinton today with a Membership!

Little Goose Creek Lodge Club

Benefactor-level plus Cookout for Eight at Little Goose Creek Lodge; 20% store and art discount.

$5,000.00

Benefactor

Patron-level plus Four tickets to Collector's Party, Ten guest passes, 15% store and art discount

$2,500.00

Patron

Collector-level plus Eight guest passes, 12.5% store and art discount, event rental discount

$1,000.00

Collector

Sponsor-level plus Limited-edition Premium, Two tickets to Collector's Party, 10% art discount, Six free passes

$750.00

Sponsor

Contributor-level plus Name listed on Member/Donor board, invitation to Supporter's party, Four guests with member

$300.00

CONTRIBUTOR

Family-level plus Four free guest passes and NARM/ROAM museum reciprocity

$125.00

Family

Individual-level plus Two Guests with member, Two free guest passes, 10% store discount

$75.00

Individual

Personalized membership card with unlimited admission for one. One free guest pass. 5% store discount.

$40.00

Senior

Individual-level membership for persons 62 and older

$30.00

Student

Individual-level membership for Students

$30.00

Benefits of membership include invitations to artist receptions and special events, newsletters and e-mail updates, early bird event notifications and discounts on purchases in the museum store, to name but a few ...

Our Collector-level members ($750 and up) support the museum's acquisitions fund with part of their membership dues and receive additional discounts and an original artist print as a premium. The 2017 Collector's Premium, shown below, is by Ginnie Madsen.

When my husband and I moved to Sheridan in 1999, we had minimal interest in art. Magic happened when we visited the Brinton house and were enchanted by the mystique of Bradford Brinton and the life he created here, both as a rancher and art collector. Sparks flew when we attended a few art shows and found ourselves permanently attracted to collecting the work of local artists and enjoying getting to know the talented group that contribute so much to the culture and art underpinnings of this area. The Brinton has opened a whole new world for us, not only in the pure pleasures of art but also in the enjoyment of being a part of something so uniquely and beautifully woven into the tapestry of this place we love. --Terri Baas, Brinton Museum Member, The Brinton Museum National Advisory Council

Event Location

The Brinton Museum
PO Box 460
Big Horn, Wy 82833