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Become a Member

Create Art and Community with a wildly diverse network of people— become a FAC member today!

The Fremont Arts Council facilitates year-round creative endeavors and seasonal celebrations.   FAC members are artists and collaborators who we encourage to create and become part of these celebration art events. We are a volunteer-driven non-profit with over 27 years as the artistic heart and soul of Fremont and much of Seattle. FAC members make everything possible, from our beloved and quirky events, to the running of our beloved Powerhouse!

Benefits of FAC Membership:

  • Join and get to know this eclectic community of creative souls that make celebration art events happen in Seattle.
  • Registration with our email list so you will be the first to know about cool upcoming events and workshops.
  • A warm feeling that you are helping to sustain the Fremont Solstice Parade.
  • Access to the Powerhouse community art studio.
  • Exclusive invitation to participate in the Feast of the Winter Solstice.
  • Keep the lights on, the rent paid and art supplies flowing for a beloved community art-making and fun organization.

Note, individual and family memberships normally are not tax-deductible. If you’d prefer to donate to the Fremont Arts Council and receive your tax deduction, click hereEven better, do both!

  • News!  Click here to sign up for the feast with the new “all-in-one” option for feast admission and one year membership.

To Join the FAC: First time members fill in the information in the screens below. (To renew or update your membership visit our member renewal page)

  • Need help with joining?, contact us at fac@fremontartscouncil.org.  We can sign you up behind the scenes and send you an invoice to pay by pay pal or check.
  • Can’t afford the membership?Hey, we understand that some of us are stretched financially. You can request a “Living Lightly” membership rate of $25 for individual or $50 family. Send a request by email to fac@fremontartscouncil.org


{Photo by R. Falk 2013}