The Outdoor Art Club (OAC) is a non-profit private women’s organization. Currently, there are 400 active members in the Outdoor Art Club with diverse life experiences. We celebrate the idea that differences enhance all aspects of our organization while we work together in our shared purpose of serving the community. The varied interests and backgrounds of our members are reflected in the numerous programs and activities we host throughout the year.
Anyone interested in becoming a member should attend several public events to learn about the club and meet some of the members. Please refer to the events section of the website for events which are open to the public (https://outdoorartclub.org/public-events/). You can also review past webinar programs at (https://outdoorartclub.org/past-events/). New members are expected to work a minimum of 20 volunteer hours each year for the first two years and are expected to contribute at least 10 hours per year thereafter. It is through participation that friendships are developed, membership is enjoyed, and the club community thrives. Volunteer opportunities are varied and include preparing food for luncheons, community service activities, and helping with club administration.
To become a member, you must reside in any one of the 9 Bay Area counties and be sponsored by a current member and endorsed by two additional members. If you know a current member, please make contact to discuss joining the Outdoor Art Club. If you do not currently know anyone at the OAC, please email the Membership Director ([email protected]) who will familiarize you with the club and the membership process. Please provide your email, phone number, a good time to reach you, and any questions you may have.
The Outdoor Art Club is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion and denounces racism, intolerance, and exclusion. We encourage an equitable environment where all members are respected and valued regardless of age, ethnicity, national origin, disability, race, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.