Let’s Get Started!
Are you age 18 or older, and do you reside in Tennessee or work/reside in a greater metropolitan area that borders Tennessee? If so, you’re eligible for membership!
Not sure if your workplace or residence qualifies? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out.
We Offer Three Levels of Membership
- Associate – Entry level of membership upon payment of annual dues.
- Active – Elevation of an associate member’s level after acceptance into one TnWS juried biennial exhibition. Dues must be up-to-date for this status.
- Signature – Membership level after acceptance into three juried TnWS biennial exhibitions. Artist/Signature Members may place “TnWS” after their signature on completed works. Dues must be up-to-date for this status.
Annual dues are $35 for Associate, Active, and Signature members.
Or You Could Be a Patron
Patron members in the TnWS are individuals who make contributions of $50 or more to the TnWS by January 1 of each year. The individuals need not be watercolor artists to become patrons. Patron members are not eligible to vote or hold office but receive TnWS publications and can attend meetings.
Ready to come on board?!
To pay dues by check, download this form and mail to:
Please mail check or money order to: Tennessee Watercolor Society
1336 Clanton Road
Dyersburg, TN 38024
To pay dues via PayPal or credit card, complete the form below.
You Need to Know
Your Annual Dues
Are payable by January 1 and considered delinquent after March 1. Please keep us updated on your contact information, particularly email, so we can reach you.
We Believe in Equal Opportunity
No person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion or sex shall be excluded from participation in or otherwise be subjected to discrimination of services, programs, and employment provided by the Tennessee Watercolor Society. That is our Equal Opportunity Policy.
Where to Ask Questions
Contact Pat Patrick
Honorary and lifetime memberships are bestowed at the discretion of the TnWS Board of Directors.