- Free admission to Membership Lectures
- Free admission to tours of the Indian Arts Research Center and historic campus
- 20% discount on all SAR Press publications and SAR merchandise
- Invitations to SAR lectures, colloquia, and open houses
- Opportunities to participate in SAR field trips
- Annual Review, a publication on SAR’s activities
- Monthly e-mail newsletter (See a sample of the newsletter)
- Loan privileges at SAR’s Catherine McElvain Library
$40 Arroyo Hondo
Individual membership with all basic benefits ($40 tax-deductible).
All preceding benefits for 2 people ($70 tax-deductible).
$150 Mesa Verde
All preceding benefits; plus 2 additional guest passes and 1 free SAR Press publication ($130 tax-deductible).
All preceding benefits; plus 1 additional free SAR Press publication (2 total), priority registration for SAR field trip lottery, and a complimentary one-day field trip for 1 person ($200 tax-deductible).
All preceding benefits; plus 2 additional guest passes (4 total), 1 additional free SAR Press publication (3 total), complimentary one-day field trip for an additional person (2 total), and invitations to special SAR events ($400 tax-deductible).
All preceding benefits; plus private lunch and personal campus and collections tour with SAR President ($880 tax-deductible).
The President’s Council was founded to provide you an opportunity to develop a deeper connection with our mission. Your participation provides you the rare and enriching experience of meeting and interacting with resident scholars, artists, and researchers from around the country and the globe.SAR President’s Council
President’s Council members are invited to private luncheons, dinners, receptions, and other special events. Of particular interest is the uniquely crafted travel program to destinations designed exclusively for President’s Council members and led by hand-picked scholars and guides who are expert and engaging in their respective fields.
Your unrestricted contribution of $2,500 or more provides important financial support for SAR’s mission to support innovative social science and Native American artistic creativity.
For more information about the President’s Council, please contact Elizabeth Brando by calling (505) 954-7238 or by email at brando[at]sarsf.org.