- Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC)

FRIENDS OF CGAC
The Friends of the CGAC Association was created in 1997 with the aim, as is stated in its statutes, “of promoting, stimulating, and supporting cultural actions which, in the most ample terms, are related with the mission and activities of the CGAC”. The fruit of this mission, the Association has developed many projects throughout the years, always related to the promotion of the CGAC’s activities, as well as its educational and social dimensions.

The aforementioned projects led the Association to be declared a public utility by the Ministry of the Interior on April 14th 2006, with which it receives not only recognition of the importance of its support of the CGAC, but also important tax deductions for its members as well.
This new era for the CGAC will be characterized by greater communication between the CGAC and the Association, greater dynamism, and an increase in the activities and influence of the Association. In relation to this new work dynamic, an ambitious new project has been planned to achieve increased activity in business and social areas, in distribution, and in the education of ample sectors of the non-CGAC public, as well as greater participation in all CGAC projects.

BECOMING A MEMBER
Becoming a member of the Friends of the CGAC Association is open to anybody interested in art and culture. As a member, you can take advantage of special services and benefits, receive information and discounts for CGAC activities, and enjoy activities specifically designed only for members.

To become a member, you must send a written request to the Board of Directors (cgac.amigos@xunta.es) and contribute with a membership fee and an annual fee. There are two types of members: Sponsoring Members, which are individuals who contribute a 3000 € membership fee and a 1000 € annual fee; and Collaborative Members, who contribute 24, 30, 60 or 100 € annually.

The Board of Directors of the Association reserves the right to establish other means of collaboration, and adopt the decision that many different types of collaborators exist within the Association.



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