The Shoreline Arts Alliance celebrates the arts in our region by promoting the cultural and artistic activities of our member organizations. Visit the Arts Calendar for up to the minute happenings.

What is a Member Organization?

A member organization is an arts, heritage or cultural organization or an organization that offers cultural and artistic events and is a member of Shoreline Arts Alliance. All organizations and businesses are welcome to join, and current member organizations include theatre and choral groups, bands, art galleries, historical societies, dance and visual art schools, festival organizations, healing arts, and concert promoters, just to name a few categories.

Membership fees are based on for profit or not-for-profit status, the location and budget of the organization. Fees cover a small portion of the cost of the member organization services listed below. Additional funding is provided by the Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts. Click here for the Member Organization membership form and fee schedule. Click here for the services you receive from being a member organization.

Member Organization Services:

Member organizations are listed on the Shoreline Arts Alliance website with a direct link to each organization’s website. The website also contains an interactive 24/7 Arts Calendar of member organization events.

Shorelines: Our weekly e-newsletters, Quotable & Notable and Arts Week at a Glance assist member organizations in networking and in promoting their regular and special events. These weekly publications reach not only our 100+ member organizations and their constituents but also 4,000+ individuals, who subscribe.

Advertising Opportunities: We offer a 20% discount to Member Organizations that wish to purchase either on-line advertising space or an ad in the Playbill for our Shakespeare on the Shoreline production.

Advocacy: Shoreline Arts Alliance maintains a working relationship with the many Mayors, Boards of Selectmen, State and National Senators & Representatives that serve this region.

Workshops: We offer professional development workshops on select topics of interest to our member organizations.

ArtsNet90: Created with one thing in mind – to connect various arts organizations throughout the state and make a difference together.

Mailing Lists: Target a specific community, interest or service area to grow your audience.

For more information about any Member Organization services, contact office@shorelinearts.org or 203-453-3890.