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M E M B E R   B E N E F I T S

 

C L U B   H O U S E

Use of our historic 1853 landmark town house, including access to the Club’s magnificent Victorian parlor, the members and their guests only dining room, the bar and use of our SCNY 1880’s vintage Union League pool tables.

 

D I N I N G   R O O M  A N D  B A R

Fine dining is available Tuesday through Friday, 5:30 until 8:45 pm (last seating), September through June. Menus are posted on the Member Page of the website. Dining room reservations requested, 212.255.7740 or email jshaab@salmagundi.org.

The bar is open year round, Monday through Friday, 5 pm until 10 pm.

Play on the Club’s newly restored vintage pool tables!

Dining Gift certificates are now available to Members. Contact the Club for more information.

 

L I B R A R Y

Members have access to the historic Library and its collection of varied subject matter and art books originally organized by early club members. It is a serene, peaceful atmosphere to which members can retreat.

 

R E C I P R O C A L   R E L A T I O N S H I P S   &   M U S E U M
D I S C O U N T S

Use of Salmagundi reciprocal relationships for dining privileges or accommodations in both the U.S. and abroad. Contact Melba, our Club Secretary with any questions. This is among the most valuable of Salmagundi Member perks, the privilege of dining or renting a room at a number of Clubs internationally. For a list of these affiliates, click HERE.

SCNY is also a member of the North American Museum Reciprocal Association (NARM) offering discounts to venues all over North America.

Please contact Melba, our Club Secretary (mpagan@salmagundi.org) if you wish to visit a reciprocal organization or if your SCNY Membership Card does not have a NARM sticker attached.

 

E X H I B I T I O N S

The opportunity for artist members to submit to 10 or more SCNY juried exhibitions throughout the year. They include the Members’ Annual Exhibition, the historic Black and White Exhibition, an SCNY tradition since the 1870’s, the Holiday Thumb-Box Show and Sale, and our all important Fundraising Auctions.

Many of Salmagundi’s Shows are now being posted to Artsy for greater exposure. Artsy connects collectors to art and partners directly with the world’s top galleries, museums, art fairs, and auction houses, providing collectors and enthusiasts a central resource to learn about and purchase artwork from anywhere in the world.

Awards, cash and otherwise, are given for each SCNY exhibition. One or more exhibits during the year will be non-juried.

 

E V E N T S ,   L E C T U R E S ,   D E M O S T R A T I O N S
&   R E C E P T I O N S

Many events and receptions are for Members and their guests only, with some being open to the Public. You can find information about these in these “News You Can Use” emails as well as on the Salmagundi website. Many lectures, demonstrations, and other Club events are either free or are discounted for members. Workshops sponsored by the Club are also discounted.

 

P R O F I L E   P A G E

Every member, Artist and Patron/Lay, has the privilege of having a dedicated Member’s Profile page on the Salmagundi website.

 

D I S C O U N T S

Host your own catered events at the Club with discounted rates.
50% discount for rental of the Patrons’ Gallery exhibition space.
10% discount of Main or Lower Gallery, or Parlor exhibition rentals (pending Board approval).
10% off the purchase of artwork from SCNY exhibitions (excluding the Auctions).
10% off the purchase of Air Float boxes for the shipping of art.

For any questions, please contact the Club Secretary Melba Pagan at mpagan@salmagundi.org.

B E C O M I N G  A  M E M B E R

Membership in Salmagundi Club opens the door to an exhilarating world of art: colorful gallery exhibitions; painting demonstrations by nationally recognized artists; classes in drawing and painting; and a host of social activities. As an artist-member you have the opportunity to exhibit your work in four to six exhibitions a year, including the Spring and Fall Auction Exhibitions in which members’ paintings are auctioned off for the mutual benefit of the artist and the Club. It also brings you in touch with other artist-members with similar interests and provides you with access to the Club’s extensive art library. Member dues are often paid for by proceeds earned from sales of artwork. Lay members to patron members with an interest in the world of art are welcomed and find the friendly atmosphere conducive to learning about art, including taking classes in drawing and painting, or just enjoying the relaxing and convivial Club House, home for numerous fun-filled social activities.

M E M B E R S H I P   C A T E G O R I E S

R E S I D E N T   A R T I S T  [ R A ]  O R   R E S I D E N T   P A T R O N  [ R P ]  M E M B E R S H I P

$840 annually, billed quarterly.

Resident members must reside within a 50-mile radius of New York City. Minimum House Charges are $50 per quarter except for the 3rd quarter (summer) which is $25.

N O N – R E S I D E N T   A R T I S T   [ N R A ]   O R   N O N – R E S I D E N T   P A T R O N   [ N R P ]   M E M B E R S H I P

$485 annually, billed semi-annually

Non-resident members must reside outside a 50-mile radius from the Club.

Non-resident members who wish to participate as officers or on committees can do so provided they:
a) reside within a 100-mile radius and
b) adhere to resident member dues.

J U N I O R   A R T I S T   [ J A ]   O R   J U N I O R   P A T R O N   [ J P ]   M E M B E R S H I P

$305 annually, billed quarterly + $15 per quarter except for the 3rd quarter (summer) which is $5.

Applies to those who are between the ages of 31 and 35, resident or non-resident artist or patron.

The Scholarship and Junior program was originally conceived by former Salmagundi Club President Junius Allen in the late 1950s, and it has remained a vital source for attracting new and talented young members since that time. The Scholarship and Junior Club members have a wide variety of talent that is demonstrated in works done in various mediums and subject matters. Many Salmagundi Club members, such as master portrait painters Daniel Greene and Everett Raymond Kinstler, were former scholarship and junior members. The scholarship program is for members from ages 21-30, and the Junior program is for members ages 31-35.

S C H O L A R S H I P   A R T I S T   [ S A ]   M E M B E R S H I P

No dues for 1st year, $32 for 2nd year, $62 for 3rd year, $90 for the 4th year.   After the 4th year, $120 per year until the 31st brithday.   Accepted artists are required to submit to minimum to two exhibitions annually.

Applies to resident or non-resident artist between the ages of 21 through 30.

The Scholarship and Junior program was originally conceived by former Salmagundi Club President Junius Allen in the late 1950s, and it has remained a vital source for attracting new and talented young members since that time. The Scholarship and Junior Club members have a wide variety of talent that is demonstrated in works done in various mediums and subject matters. Many Salmagundi Club members, such as master portrait painters Daniel Greene and Everett Raymond Kinstler, were former scholarship and junior members. The scholarship program is for members from ages 21-30, and the Junior program is for members ages 31-35.

M E M B E R   S P O U S E   [ M S ]   M E M B E R S H I P
$275 annually, billed quarterly.

A member spouse has all the social privileges of the club, but may not exhibit artwork.

 

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