Become a Member
Jackie Chan (L) and Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui at Asia Society headquarters in New York. (C. Bay Milin/Asia Society)
Discover the rich legacy of Asian arts and culture, and learn about the region from the experts and political leaders who are shaping its future. Your membership also provides vital support that allows us to continue to offer extraordinary programming across the fields of art, policy, business, and culture.
Find the level that fits your needs
Whether you're a student, a family, or a corporation, we offer a membership level for everyone. Explore the categories below to find the one that's right for you.
Ways to join
Select a membership level below to purchase online. You can also contact the membership team at 212-327-9338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discounted membership are available for seniors as priced below. Discounts are also available for persons with disabilities and for military veterans.
Asia Society membership is the perfect gift for anyone with a passion for Asia. To purchase a gift membership contact the membership team at 212.327-9338 or email email@example.com.
All Memberships Include:
- Unlimited free admission to Asia Society Museum, including walk-in access for the Asia Society Triennial
- Invitations to exclusive events and art exhibition openings
- Free admission to all Asia Society public programs, online and in-person
- Free weekly meditation program
- Subscription to weekly newsletter featuring event highlights, member discounts, and more
Become A Member Today
100% tax-deductible Join / Renew
Benefits for one cardholder; open to full-time students and educators with a valid ID
Seniors (age 65 and up) $60; use discount code SENIOR at checkout
Seniors (age 65 and up) $80; use discount code SENIOR at checkout
Family and Friends $125
Seniors (age 65 and up) $100; use discount code SENIOR at checkout
Benefits of Individual membership for two adults and four guests PLUS reciprocal admission to over 1,000 art museums and galleries, historical museums and societies, botanical gardens, children’s museums, zoos and more through the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association