Customize your Membership - Become a Friend of The Ringling
Explore a new way to get involved at The Ringling. As a Friend, you will enjoy unique opportunities to learn about specific areas in The Ringling’s collections, participate in special programs, build relationships with curators and others who share similar interests. Friends Groups also represent an important source of support for new acquisitions and programming within each curatorial department. Annual Dues are $125 per person and one must be a member of The Ringling to participate. For information about Friends Groups please call 941-360-7330.
Friends of The Ringling Legacy
Celebrate the history of John and Mable Ringling, their vision for Sarasota and the circus that made it all possible. As a Friend of the Ringling Legacy you will be invited to explore various aspects of the estate including Ca' d'Zan, the Circus Museum, the Museum of Art and Bayfront Gardens, including Mable’s Rose Garden.
Friends of Art of Our Time
Connect with curators, scholars, collectors and individuals with an interest in modern and contemporary art and performance. As a Friend of Art of Our Time you will be invited to performances, lectures, and receptions that provide unique opportunities to explore modern and contemporary works and engage with artists and performers.
Friends of The Art Library
Celebrate the Art Library’s expansive collection of rare limited editions featuring historic and contemporary art, from antique folios to new titles highlighting the today’s most influential artists. As a Friend, you will be invited to meet with experienced Librarians, and enjoy behind-the-scenes tours, lectures, and receptions showcasing the Library’s unique collections.
Friends of Asian Art
Connect with curators, scholars, collectors and individuals with an interest in the arts of China, Japan, Korea, and South and Southeast Asia. As a Friend of Asian Art you will be invited to exclusive exhibition viewings, guest lectures and opportunities to closely examine the artworks and techniques represented in the Asian art collections.