Become a Member
Welcome to AFCC Membership!
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) provides the resources that working artists and arts organizations need to thrive. For almost 30 years, the AFCC has provided artists with crucial support, including grants, access to additional funding sources, information resources, and professional development training.
Membership is open to artists across all disciplines, cultural organizations, and patrons whose combined contributions help us to increase funding for artists and cultural organizations; educate legislators about the role arts and culture play in building a healthy community and a stronger Cape Cod; and increase the Cape's reputation for arts and culture through robust marketing efforts and strategic partnerships.
Since 1989 the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod has funded
300+ Cultural Organizations, Nonprofits and Individual Artists
$1.5 Million Awarded
With Membership Comes Benefits!
*Free classified ads on ArtsCapeCod.org (arts & culture jobs, auditions, call for artists and volunteers)
*Special pricing or free admission to AFCC workshops and networking events
*Free Artist or Organization profile page on ArtsCapeCod.org
*Special pricing on admission to the Creative Exchange, AFCC’s yearly conference in November
*Receive our bi-monthly member newsletter with the latest arts and culture news
*Opportunity to be featured in our weekly it’s On e-newsletter (8,000 reach!)
*Receive updates and calls-to-actions on legislative initiatives that impact our local Creative Economy
There are many ways to partner with us in support of a vibrant arts and culture community! Your membership gifts allow us to continue operating as the regional arts agency for Cape Cod, dedicated to supporting, promoting, celebrating and strengthening the creative economy of this unique region.
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your financial contributions are completely tax deductible.
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