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Become a Member / Fees
Members of EXARC may be institutional members or individual members.
Institutional Members are legal persons: Registration Form for Institutional Members.or non-commercial institutions actively involved in and endorsing the objectives of EXARC. Please fill out the
Individual Members are natural persons with a professional affiliation with or involvement in archaeological open-air museums, as well as persons active in the field of Registration Form for Individual Members.. Please fill out the
If you do not know which memberschip you should choose:
Individual Members usually are interested (semi) professionals when Institutional Members often are more active. Benefits for Institutional Members are:
|•||2 hours free support / advice from the secretariat.|
|•||An extensive presentation on our website, more exposure, also in future developments like our onlineCalendar.|
|•||A place in EU cooperation projects if wished for.|
|•||All staff members have free entrance to the museums of other EXARC members.|
|•||As token of Institutional membership, one gets a shield to be hung near the entrance.|
Once we have accepted your membership, you will have to pay the contribution fee.
Our system is based upon the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of countries. The bar is set at the “average EU-28”.
We have two categories, one below, the other above the "average":
|Example countries in Europe|
|Category 1 > average EU||Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom|
|Category 2 < average EU||Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine|
|Institutional Members||€ 125||€ 50|
|Individual Members (Europe)||€ 60||€ 35|
|Student Members||€ 35|
|Individual Members (Non-Europe)||€ 40|
|Benefactors||€ 40 - € 1,000|
Procedure for Institutional Members
|•||When we have received your Registration Form, the nearby members are informed about you wanting to become member. This is both meant as a good introduction as well as inquiring if there is a real and serious reason not to accept you – this hardly ever is the case.|
|•||The opinion of the members as well as the information you gave is handed to the EXARC Board who decides.|
Once you have been accepted, you will get an invoice for the membership fee.
Procedure for Individual Members
After we receive your registration form, you will get an invoice for the membership fee.
Procedure for all
After paying, you will get:
|•||A list of addresses of the members and affiliates;|
|•||Our latest EXARC Journal Digest|
|•||Login for our website incl Journal section|
|•||A member’s pass with which you can visit other members’ places for free and identify yourself as member.|
|•||An Institutional member will also get a shield to place by the entrance, with the EXARC name on it.|
|•||A page will be made about you in our Members' section.|
After you are accepted
|•||Please send us recent documentation about your organisation and relevant activities, either as hard copy or digitally (preferred). This can be PR material or a public year report for example.|
|•||Please add a link to our website exarc.net. If you like, you can use our logo. See our Benefits & Obligation page for more info.|
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