Benefits of Membership
Membership provides an opportunity to meet fellow enthusiasts and participate in the events programme. Study tours, lectures, visits, private views and other events are offered exclusively to Society members. Past visits have included special access to less well-known Mackintosh buildings. We are delighted that Mackintosh's last architectural project, 49 Glebe Place in London will be available for members to visit on specially arranged dates.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society publish an annual Journal, and a regular e-newsletter is sent to all our members. As well as providing a useful resource for students and academics, the Journal is also of interest to a wider audience. Reviews of books, exhibitions and events, news on Mackintosh collections and updates on developments/conservation programmes are included along with new research.
We have active groups in Glasgow, London, Port Vendres and Tokyo enabling you to participate in local as well as national Society events.
New Membership Benefits
CRM Society Membership can now enable you to get free or concessionary admission to or discounts at some Mackintosh sites:
- The Mackintosh Church – Free admission
- The Mackintosh House - Free admission
- House for an Art Lover - Free admission
- The Glasgow School of Art - Free admission (n/a at the moment)
- The Lighthouse - Free Admission
- The Willow Tea Rooms - 10% discount
- 78 Derngate, Northampton - Conc. rate £4.00 admission
- Stereo Café within The Daily Record Building - 10% discount
Membership rates start at £20 per annum, and remember to take advantage of the benefits you need to present a current CRM Society membership card at the venue.
We are working to develop more reciprocal relationships that will benefit members.
Your membership alone supports the ongoing promotion and protection of the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh - subscriptions are a valuable contribution to the upkeep of our headquarters at the Mackintosh Church. If you would like to take a more active role please contact the Society who will be able to advise on volunteer opportunities.