Membership and CCANW operate a joint membership scheme offering services and discounts. Membership is also a way to demonstrate your support for our work.

As a member you gain access to privileged information, to professional opportunities, and to special pricing (including a 10% discount on all events, including our renowned Conference/Summits and residential short courses).  First Fridays will remain open to all, but if there is an appetite from members, we will organise special events and gatherings. It’s up to you, really, to tell us what you’d like and how best we can galvanise and support this community of artists and thinkers who have dedicated their work to the natural world and the environment. Please join!

See who’s already joined and meet a few of our members…

Paul Cookson

Paul Cookson

Email: Twitter: @AspirationGreen Facebook: Green Aspirations Scotland Website: ...
Anna Souter

Anna Souter

Writer and curator with an interest in the intersections between ...
Miche Fabre Lewin & Flo Gathorne-Hardy

Miche Fabre Lewin & Flo Gathorne-Hardy

Miche and Flo co-founded Touchstone collaborations in 2010. As an ...
Cathy Fitzgerald

Cathy Fitzgerald

Through my practice and an art practice-theory PhD "The Ecological ...


All members receive the following benefits:

  • Name and brief profile on website (Donors are listed on special Donor page)
  • 5% discount an all original art and larger events
  • 10% discount on all other events
  • 20% discount on all books in the shop
  • Opportunities postings
  • Ability to post articles or news onto the public website (about your own work, events, whatever you wish)
  • Your work and profile as a Featured Artist of the Month (selected each month by Directors)

All memberships run for twelve months from the date you sign up, and renew automatically unless you tell us otherwise.

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Individual Member

Individual membership is £36 per annum

Individual Members receive standard benefits as shown above.

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Family Member

Family members are two or three individuals living at the same address. The cost is £65 per year.

Family Members receive standard benefits as shown above.

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Student Member

Individual membership is £10 per annum and is available to full-time students only.

Student Members receive standard benefits as shown above.

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Organisational Member

Membership for organisations is £125 per annum

Organisational Members receive standard benefits as shown above plus:

  • your organisational profile


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Donors are individuals or organisation wishing to signal their special support for our work.

We ask for an annual donation of £250 per annum, or more if you wish to give it.

If you’d like to talk to us about LIFETIME Donor status, please contact us

Donors receive all regular benefits and may choose to be listed on our special Donors/Supporters page


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Each year we invite a small group of artists to become Associate Artists or RANE Associate Researchers.

In addition to the benefits listed for Members, Associates also receive:

  • an individual mentoring session with a team member
  • an artist’s profile page on the CCANW website OR a researcher profile on the RANE website
  • access to a professional development section on the website
  • 20% discount on all artist residency fees
  • invitation to special Associates’ days.

Associate Artists/Curators

Once invited, you can remain an Associate Artist or Curator for two years. There is no cost, although we encourage all Associates to become members.

Associate Researchers

Once invited, you can remain an Associate Researcher at RANE for five years. There is no cost, although we encourage all Associate Researchers to become members.


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