Reciprocal

North American Reciprocal Museum

Salmagundi is a member of the North American Reciprocal Museum network (NARM).  Members of NARM may enjoy Salmagundi events FREE as if they were members of our club unless there is an event where members are required to pay.  NARM privileges allow for FREE admission to all exhibitions during public gallery hours.  The library, dining room and other private member privileges are ONLY open to members of Salmagundi.

As a NARM partner, Salmagundi members are able to access more than 650 museums and cultural institutions in North America FREE as a member of our club.

See a complete list:
https://narmassociation.org

Reciprocal Art Clubs - USA

Arts Club of Washington
2017 I St NW
Washington, DC 20006
202-331-7282

A red carpet is laid out in the middle of a wooden floor with a central table and vase of flowers. A painting of a figure resting their template against their head hangs over a fireplace.

Cliff Dwellers Club
200 South Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60604
312-922-8080
reservations@cliff-chicago.org

The interior of a room in the Cliff Dwellers Club: flames light up a warm fireplace. Books are displayed on shelves behind armchairs and a desk sits at the corner under an arrangement of frames.

Green Boundary Club
780 Whiskey Road
Aiken, SC 29801
803-649-2549
nicholew@greenboundaryclub.com

The front exterior of the Green Boundary Club; a white mansion under clear blue skies with an entrance, framed by a pair of trees.

Philadelphia Sketch Club
235 South Camac St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
212-545-9298
info@sketchclub.org

The brick building of Philadelphia Sketch Club under dappled sunlight. A row of windows line the top over a red door with potted plants on either side.

Providence Art Club
11 Thomas Street
Providence, RI 02903
401-331-1114

The unique exterior of the Providence Art Club building: panels of yellow and three saints adorn the sides of the upper floor windows.

Ridgewood Art Institute
12 East Glen Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
201-652-9615
info@ridgewoodartinstitute.org

Ridgewood Art Institute stands over verdant grass and trees. A white banner with the text "ART SHOW TODAY" hangs at the entrance.

Society of Illustrators
128 E 63rd St
New York, NY 10065
212-838-2560
info@societyillustrators.org

The entryway into the pale yellow Society of Illustrators building. The America flag hangs over the red awning.
Coffee House Club logo, depicting a drawing of a coffee kettle with the letters "CH" inside.

The Lotos Club
(July & August only)
5 East 66th Street
New York, NY 10065
212-737-7100
clubinfo@lotosclub.org

Shelves of books line the wall of the Lotus Club library. Two red chairs face each other in front of a grand mantlepiece.

The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY 10003
212-475-3424
info@thenationalartsclub.org

A pair of red seats on either side of a figurine with billowing sleeves. Paintings are lit from below in the background, with a central square window.

The One Hundred Club
100 Market St
Portsmouth, NH 03801
843-810-0483
memberservices@onehundredclub.com

A carpeted bar area with dark chocolate colored lounging chairs around a duo of rectangular mini tables.

The Players Club
16 Gramercy Park South
New York, NY 10003
212-475-6116
info@theplayersnyc.org

A dining hall of paintings, mustard yellow walls, and red seated chairs inside The Players Club.

Reciprocal Clubs - Worldwide

Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112
1012 LB Amsterdam
011-020-623-3508
arti@arti.nl

A statue watches over a rustic room in the Arti et Amicitiae, with Golden Age posters adorning the wall.

Arts & Letters Club
14 Elm Street
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1G7
416-597-0223

Inside the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto; a trio of arched windows and various crests overlook a piano and perusing patrons.

Chelsea Arts Club
143 Old Church Street
London, England SW3 6EB
+44-20-7376-3311
reception@chelseaartsclub.com

The ever-changing exterior of the Chelsea Arts Club building: various figures wearing black hats are painted on the building. A larger central figure surrounds the doorway with an apple over their face.

City University Club
42 Crutched Friars
London EC3N 2AP
0207-167-6682
secretary@cityuniversityclub.co.uk

The green doorway of the City University Club, with plants growing by the windows.

Melbourne Savage Club
12 Bank Place
Melbourne VIC 3000
+61-3-9670-0644
enquiry@melbournesavageclub.com

A warmly lit carpeted room, where four reclining chairs center around a mantlepiece of masks and busts.

National Liberal Club
1 Whitehall Plaza
London SW1A 2HE
+44-20-7930-9871
secretariat@nlc.org.uk

Tall columns and archways tower over table sets and hexagonal placemats in a grand lounge room.

Scottish Arts Club
24 Rutland Square
Edinburgh, EH1 2BW
+44-0-131-229-8157
administrator@scottishartsclub.com

A coolly painted room with sets of tables and chairs made of a warm colored wood. Plaid curtains drape over a pair of windows and flowers adorn the center of each table.

Winchester House Club
10 Lower Richmond Road,
Putney, London, SW15 1JN
0208-785-6657
secretary@winchesterhouseclub.com

A tree-lined path paves the way to the entrance of the Winchester House Club.
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