Get Involved

attend a board meeting

The Board of directors meet the second Tuesday of the month from 6pm to 8:30pm.  The meetings are open to all members.  Come and see how we make the Arizona Artists Guild run.  

If you have items that you want the board to discuss and possibly act on please contact the president (or any board member) ahead of time so that you can be put on the agenda.

We welcome all members.

attend a monthly meeting

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month from September – May (except December) for an evening of networking with artists of all media, informative and entertaining presentations by experts in their fields, critiques of members artwork, a raffle, and competition for Artist of the Month.
A pre-meeting social hour begins at 5 p.m. with a pot-luck finger-food buffet. Feel free to bring something for the table to share.
You do not need to be a member to attend.

Volunteer

 I can speak from personal experience here.  Yes, I do spend a lot of my free time working for AAG,  That is my choice.  What I get back is  more than worth the time.  I have made many many new friends.  I have learned new skills.  I am keeping my brain sharp.  And I get to pat  myself on the back for making a contribution to a worthwhile organization.

 What can you get out of being involved?  You want to be a superstar in the organization and possibly within the community?  The   opportunity is there.  Do you just want to be a little more of a member of the AAG community?  The opportunity is there as well.  You decide   how much time and effort you want to spend and what you would like to receive back.  We don’t judge.  We are happy to have your   participation.

How Can I Participate?

This is not a comprehensive list.

 

Zoom Operator
Newsletter Contributor
New Member Greeter
Meeting Logistics
President’s Assistant
Membership Assistant
Exhibition Team
Assistants to the Historian
Building Maintenance on-call
Art Workshop Committee
Fundraising
Newsletter Distribution
Hospitality Committee
Video Recording Demonstrations