The annual American Indian Student Art Show & Sale is a project that is near and dear to scores of Guild members, past and present. The opportunities to help are limited only by your imagination and time: receiving artwork, data entry, assisting at judging, selling at the Friday night members-only preview and at the other days of the sale, packing unsold artwork for return. Schedules are flexible, the people are friendly, and the rewards are invigorating.
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Volunteering for the Student Art Show & Sale, which is held in the spring, is just the beginning. Over the years, the Guild has developed programs that benefit and encourage young artists. Read on to find something that fits your special interest.
- Grants — Teachers whose students have entered work in the Student Art Show & Sale may apply for grants to purchase equipment and supplies for their school’s art program. A Guild committee evaluates the teachers’ applications and can approve grants in varying amounts.
- Note Cards — The Guild’s school grants are funded through the sale of Note Cards with images of art entered in the Student Art Show & Sale. Note cards support the Scholarship/Intern program. The Note Card Committee is active throughout the year, selling cards, filling orders, and drumming up business. Contact email@example.com for further information.
Where do I start?
Guild Members, Contact the Student Art Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org for complete information.