AAG Membership

For nearly 100 years AAG boasts a vibrant community of artists working in a wide array of mediums.  AAG members tend to be open-minded and generally encouraging to one another.  This diversity inspires and ignites creativity.

Membership Levels:
There are three classifications of membership: Associate, Juried, and Life Members.
Associate Member: must be at least 18 years of age. Upon joining AAG one is an Associate Member.  Associate Membership benefits include:  attending AAG meetings, social activities, Open Studio, Life Drawing,  and workshops, receive a discount on AAG Workshops adnd exhibition fees and are eligible to  enter AAG sponsored art exhibitions designated by the Board.
Juried Member:  once the Associate member’s artwork has been accepted in three (3) AAG juried exhibitions they are eligible to apply for Juried Member Status.  In addition to the benefits of the Associate Member, Juried Members may participate in special events and opportunites designated for Juried Members only.
Life Member shall be approved by a quorum vote of the Board and shall have the same privileges as Juried Members.

Yearly dues are $45 which provides online access to the newsletter and the membership directory by download. For $55 yearly you can have the newsletter and directory mailed to you.

Membership Application

By Mail: Print and complete the form:  Membership Form
Mailing Address: Arizona Artists Guild, PO Box 41534, Phoenix, AZ 85080-1534.  Enclose payment for either $45 a year (newsletter delivered via email) or $55 yearly (paper copy of newsletter mailed)

Online:  Complete the online Membership Form. Once you have completed the form, request a password in the box below. When you enter your password you can edit your profile in the member directory. You can add a photo of yourself, images of your artwork, brief bio, links to your social media accounts and website. This is a way to share your information with all AAG members.    

Direct questions or inquiries to Membership Vice President, Laura Cohen-Hogan