Your support helps us to improve and expand our efforts to serve as an educational and creative resource for the community and to advance the book as a vital contemporary art form. Donors receive all privileges of membership, including newsletter subscription, invitations to exhibitions and receptions, participation in SDBA-sponsored member exhibitions, and member discounts for SDBA-sponsored workshops. San Diego Book Arts is a nonprofit organization and contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. A letter of confirmation and appreciation will be issued promptly upon receipt of donations at the $100 level and up.
All membership dues are renewable by December 31 to cover one calendar year from January through December, and to be included in the Membership Directory. New members who join on or after July 1 shall pay dues applicable for that calendar year and shall be considered a member in good standing through December 31 of the following year.
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At the Patron level and above, you will have the opportunity to specify the amount of your donation before completing your credit card transaction.
*In Mozart’s opera, Don Giovanni’s servant Leporello records the don’s conquests in a long accordion book. His famous aria of enumeration ends with the total for Spain — 1003! Consequently, “Leporello” is not only the European term for the accordion book, but also the San Diego Book Arts designation for the $1003 donor category.
To Contribute at the Master Benefactor ($2501-$5000) and Corporate Donor (over $5000) levels, please contact Elaine Antoniuk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer a $50 subscription to End Papers, the San Diego Book Arts Newsletter (available only to public, private, and school libraries).
Please download the SDBA Membership Application to pay by check or to purchase a library subscription to End Papers.