Membership Registration


Individual $35 - Dual/Family: $50

  • Reusable FSW Shopper Bag

  • Invitations to Member Meet-ups

  • Two unique artist objects made by past exhibiting artists


Art Engaged Patron Member - $250

  • Reservations for two people to all art outings such as ...

  • Private visits to collectors’ homes, and studio visits with artists

  • Invitation for two to Patron-only exhibition cocktail receptions with a curator conversation

  • Recognition on Franklin Street Works website

  • Two complimentary admission tickets to The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Plus all individual member benefits

Art Engaged Outings: Transportation not provided, though we may be able to help with carpooling.


Upcoming outings:

  • MARCH 21, Saturday - The Whitney, Making Knowing: Craft in Art 1915-2019 - Private tour with Teaching Fellow

  • APRIL 25, Saturday  - Ice House, Garrison, NY with founder Jayne Johnson

  • MAY - TBD 

  • JUNE 19, Friday  - ArtWalk, Stamford, 5-8 pm

  • JULY 27, Monday  - Magazzino, Garrison, NY, Private Tour and Lunch hosted by founders Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu

  • AUGUST - Chamberlain Studio, Shelter Island, date TBD

  • SEPTEMBER - Josef & Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, CT, date TBD


  • MAY - Basquiat at The Brant Foundation, NYC, Monday, May 6, 2019

  • JUNE - Warhol & Basquiat at Jack Shainman’s Kinderhook, Saturday, June 8th

  • JULY - Starn Brothers Studio, Beacon New York, date TBD

  • AUGUST - Urs Fischer at The Brant, Greenwich CT, Saturday Aug 10th, 2pm


Collectors Circle Membership - $10,000

This special group of people will be provided unique access in small groups and private venues as a token of our appreciation for supporting the work and mission of Connecticut's only contemporary art space that puts social justice at the forefront of its exhibitions.

You will visit today’s most active collectors of contemporary art, visit private museums, and go behind the scenes of the world’s top galleries, all in the name of promoting a sustainable ecosystem for contemporary artists and the nonprofits that foster them throughout the year. The Collectors’ Circle will bring together art lovers, collectors, artists and other influencers in the evolving contemporary art landscape in dynamic conversation and visual experiences that will feed the heart and mind.

The Collectors Circle will bring you into a community of kindred spirits to go deep into topics everyone already knows, and surprise you with things you don’t. Interested? Please contact Carole Southall, who will arrange a meeting with a Trustee. and 203-722-8914.