Forms & Documents

Members Handbook  and ByLaws

Membership Application

Original Art

Jurying Guidelines

All Members Show Guidelines

All Members Show Entry
only for this show

Judged Exhibition Guidelines.

Judged Exhibition Entry
only for this show
                    Membership in the Guild:


    Associate Member any adult may join the Guild regardless of painting experience.
    Associate Members can participate in all meetings and field trips, recent on workshops and
    exhibit in the All Member's Show in December.

    Exhibiting Member—any Associate Member who has attended at least two regular
    meetings may submit paintings for consideration on a jury-in date.  The Jury is held in November
    and February each year.  Click here for Jurying Guidelines. If you are interested in jurying-in,
    please contact the President,Jan Dalton. Upon obtaining exhibiting status, the member is eligible
    to compete for monetary prizes in the Judged Show held in March.field trips Member— any
    student aged 14-18 may apply for Junior Membership with the recommendation of his/her art
    teacher. Junior Members can participate in all meetings and field trips, receive a discount on
    workshops and exhibit in the All Member's Show in December.

    Patron— any Guild member or other interested person may become a Patron for a minimum
    $25 donation. The Patron’s contact information will appear in each Guild Newsletter, in each
    Exhibit Program and on the Guild Website. This is a good way to show extra support for our
    Guild!
The Summerville Artist Guild welcomes new members throughout the year.  
Our membership ranges from the beginner to the professional level artist.

By joining, you will be able to experience motivational and instructional demonstrations as well as access to other viewpoints.  
We offer a range of workshops and local exhibition opportunities to help advance your skills as an artist.

Membership dues are paid on a yearly basis and cover the guild year September through August.  
Dues for the guild year are $30 before the October meeting, and will go up to $35 after the October meeting.

If you are interested in joining the guild, please fill out the application by following the link below
and mail it to the address on the application or bring it to the meeting with you.
Contact Membership Chair,
 Elizabeth Kauffman for more information.

Membership Application
Membership
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Membership in the Guild:


    Associate Member any adult may join the Guild regardless of painting experience. Associate
    Members can participate in all meetings and field trips, discount on workshops and exhibit in the
    All Member's Show in December.

    Exhibiting Memberany Associate Member who has successfully juried in to receive Exhibiting
    Status. Associate Member who has attended at least two regular meetings may submit paintings for
    consideration on a jury-in date.  The Jury is held in November and February each year.  
    Click here for Jurying Guidelines. If you are interested in jurying-in, please contact the President,
    Jan Dalton. Upon obtaining exhibiting status, the member is eligible to compete for monetary
    prizes in the Judged Exhibition held in March and a link to their website on the Members Sites page.
    Email summervilleartguildnews@gmail.com with your Name, web address and a photo of your art.

    Junior Member— any student aged 14-18 may apply for Junior Membership with the recommendation
    of his/her art teacher. Junior Members can participate in all meetings
    and field trips, receive a discount on workshops and exhibit in the All Member's Show in December.

    Patron— any Guild member or other interested person may become a Patron for a minimum $25
    donation. The Patron’s contact information will appear in each Guild Newsletter, in each
    Exhibit Program and on the Guild Website. This is a good way to show extra support for our Guild!
What is original art?  
Original art is created from an idea; in whole or in part, that you conceived and conceptualized on your own. For more information on what constitutes an ORIGINAL work of art   
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