Become a Member! Expand your connections, whether that means widening the circulation of your artwork, images and brochures, publishing information about your services, or simply keeping abreast of what’s current in Maine fiber. We invite fiber artists, fiber producers, collectors, enthusiasts, and friends to help us support Maine fiber—artists, producers, shops, organizations—by joining and building this organization. Your support helps us keep our building in Topsham open, make referrals to buyers and collectors looking for fiber art, send folks off to visit studios and farms, send out periodic Fiber News Bulletins, and dream up programs like our Fiber Folio, "Learning Fiber Art: Guide to Maine Teaching Resources," "The Story of Fiber Art in Maine During the Past Half Century," "Fiber Travels: Western Maine," "Fiber Art Mini-Tour: Midcoast Maine" and our Maine Fiberarts Tour Map to name a few. Please consider becoming a current member of Maine Fiberarts and help support us in our endeavors on your behalf.
|Corporate or Sustaining Member||$250|
Using the Online Form: We can accept credit cards and paypal using our online form. You can make a donation and/or join or renew your membership. You will need to enter your contact information if you are using the membership payment, but just name and email are required for a single donation.
Don't like making online payments? We are also happy to receive your personal or business check mailed or in person to Maine Fiberarts, 13 Main Street, Topsham, ME 04086. If possible, print out the form below and include it with your check.
Membership and Donation Form
Contact us for other ways you might make a contribution. Maine Fiberarts is a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. Contributions are tax deductible. Your memberships, donations and sponsorships are considered contributions under these tax rules.
*By submitting photos you grant Maine Fiberarts permission to use and distribute your photos on a royalty-free basis for news and public-information purposes at their discretion.