Lisa Krannichfeld, American (Little Rock, Arkansas, 1983 - ), Float and Drift, 2021, Chinese ink and watercolor on paper mounted to board and covered with resin, 10.5 x 16.25 x 2 inches

Gift of Membership

Membership is a gift for the recipient and the community. As a member of the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, the recipient of the gift will join a dynamic community supporting the visual and performing arts throughout Arkansas and enjoy exclusive member benefits.

For a limited time, all membership gift recipients will receive AMFA’s inaugural gift membership box. The box includes a “welcome to membership” informational card, grand opening save-the-date bookmark, AMFA sticker and pin, and a 5×7 print of Float and Drift by Lisa Krannichfeld. Float and Drift is the exclusively designed artwork featured on the gift box. Also, for each box you purchase, you are entered to win the original artwork!

Annual Memberships

All members receive the following core benefits…


All core benefits for one adult.


All core benefits for two adults.


All core benefits for two adults and children or grandchildren ages 17 and under, plus…


All core benefits for two adults and children or grandchildren 17 years and under, plus…


All core benefits for two adults and children or grandchildren 17 years and under, plus…


All Core Benefits for two adults plus children or grandchildren 17 years and under, plus…
Georgia O’Keeffe, American (Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, 1887 – 1986, Santa Fe, New Mexico), From Pink Shell (detail), 1931, pastel on paper laid down to board, 14 1/4 x 10 5/8 inches, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Collection: Bequest from the estates of Louise and Fred Dierks. 2012.008.009

Reciprocal Membership

The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association® provides free or reduced admission to more than 1,000 arts, cultural, and historical institutions along with botanical gardens, children’s museums, science and technology centers. Reciprocal benefits start at the Friend level.

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Affinity Groups

Affinity groups require an active AMFA membership.


Adding the Contemporaries to your current membership offers even more ways to engage with art and socialize. As a Contemporary, you will join others on private events like artists talks, gallery tours, unique programming, and gatherings at galleries and private homes. Join the Contemporaries and find your connection to the arts.

Collectors Group

Collectors Group members enjoy an enriched relationship to AMFA and the art world through opportunities to meet gallery directors and artists, learn from curators, and engage with both established and burgeoning collectors. With a shared interest in art collecting, members enjoy curated events that offer the opportunity to purchase art and exclusive behind-the-scenes tours of AMFA, partnering art galleries, and private collections. The Collectors Group is open to all Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts members that have joined at the Benefactor level and higher.

Friends of Contemporary Craft (FOCC)

Contemporary craft is a strength of the AMFA Foundation Collection. Join FOCC to meet and discover new artists, see their processes and techniques, and learn about the world of contemporary craft.
Model showing the new architecture “stem,” which blossoms to the north and south. © Studio Gang and SCAPE

Stay Connected: ’22&You

Through ’22&You, stay connected to the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts as construction continues on the new museum in MacArthur Park. You’ll also lock in your membership through the first year in the new AMFA.

Joining ’22&You is easy – when you purchase or renew a membership at any level, select “auto-renew” at checkout.

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