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Gladioli Claude Monet
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Gladioli (21.71) — Claude Monet

Membership Benefits

When you become a DIA member, you will be helping to support one of the world's most outstanding art museums; the DIA ranks sixth in the nation and its fine arts collections are among the most comprehensive in the country. Individual contributions form a large portion of the museum's annual budget and are critical to the DIA's ongoing excellence.

Member's dues are used to support educational programs, special exhibitions, art publications which capture worldwide attention, conservation of valuable collections, crucial building improvements and many of the daily expenses involved with operating the museum. Many employers match employee's contributions. Call today for more information!

Auxiliary groups are special-interest groups for DIA members which offer behind-the-scenes experiences, private viewings of galleries and special exhibitions and extraordinary trips. Learn about the various groups, their activities and events and how to join.

As a member, you'll enjoy:

Reciprocal Museums

Just announced – expanded reciprocal museums! The DIA has joined the North American Reciprocal Museum program and now DIA Affiliate level members and above will receive free general admission at over 400 museums across North America. A full list of participating NARM museums may be FOUND HERE.

 
Affiliate and above level DIA members receive free general admission and discount shopping privileges at thirty-four North American museums.
 
Art Center of Battle Creek Cranbrook Art Museum
The Cincinnati Art Museum
The Carnegie Museum of Art
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Dallas Museum of Art
Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City
Denver Museum of Art
Flint Institute of Arts
Grand Rapids Art Museum
High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph
Kresge Art Museum, Lansing
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Muskegon Museum of Art
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Saginaw Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum
The Toledo Museum of Art
U of M Museum of Art, Ann Arbor
Vancouver Art Gallery
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis