PO Box 1503, Mountain View, CA 94042
email: Friends of Ethnic Art
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Annual dues are for membership year from September 1- August 31.
Dues are not prorated. Membership commencing after May 1 extends through August 31 of the following year.


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To join or renew by postal mail, please send your tax deductible check with the following information to PO Box 1503, Mountain View, CA 94042

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$100  PATRON
$35    SINGLE

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Friends of Ethnic Art, founded in 1974, provides a focal point in the San Francisco Bay Area for those interested in the traditional arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. FEA is a non-profit, educational, open-membership organization that offers illustrated lectures by noted speakers, social events and other programs to expand awareness of human expression in these traditional native arts. FEA has cooperative relationships with museums, universities and galleries in Northern California as well as with noted academics and collectors worldwide. Our membership includes scholars, museum professionals, artists, dealers, private collectors and other enthusiasts drawn to this field. FEA is dedicated to the continued advancement of education about and appreciation of the traditional arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.


–       Lectures and panels by experts and scholars.

–       Insider views of museum exhibits with curator, staff or docent-led tours.

–       Visits and field trips to private collections, museums and galleries in the Bay Area and beyond.

–       Annual Party

–       The opportunity to make new friends with similar interests at informal FEA social events, in FEA social networks, by volunteering at FEA activities, and by working with the FEA Board of Directors.

All FEA membership dues and income support the full range of FEA educational, social and special interest activities and grants