Southern Oregon Guild of Artists & Artisans Build the Guild's Future with a Sustaining Donation

Community members and organizations are invited to support the arts in the Southern Oregon region – especially in Josephine County and the Illinois Valley — by becoming one of Southern Oregon Guild’s Sustaining Members. As a sustaining member, you will support the growth of a vibrant art culture, help artists and artisans expand skills to increase their economic success, and advance art education in our region. Through your support, be it large or small, you advance both economic and cultural growth in the Southern Oregon region.

Through your financial support as a Sustaining Member, you help assure the continuation of the Co-op Guild Gallery & Art Center, which significantly adds to the visibility and accessibility of the work of the region’s artists and provides artists with tools to exhibit and market their work, both regionally and globally. In addition, you will support the Guild’s arts education activities and efforts to build the local economy.

Join us in supporting southern Oregon artists and the arts by becoming a Sustaining Member of the Southern Oregon Guild, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Your contribution as a Sustaining Member is tax deductible. You will receive a letter for the I.R.S. acknowledging your donation. An equal donation to the Oregon Cultural Trust earns a tax credit from the State of Oregon.


The Guild Gallery & Art Center is located in the historic Kerby Belt Building
Address: 24353 Redwood Highway, Kerby, Oregon.

2023 Spring Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday

11:00 am to 5:00 pm, or by appointment.
Phone: (541) 592-5019

You may also bring a donation to the Guild Gallery & Art Center personally.

We look forward to meeting you.

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