The Arizona Artists Guild is committed to the following:


  • Promoting quality artwork for public viewing and appreciation
  • Encouraging members to participate in state and national exhibits
  • Offering support for members to further their careers
  • Providing opportunities for members to display their work

 Educational Programs

  • Awarding scholarships to Arizona students
  • Sponsoring classes through The Guild School of Art
  • Offering critique sessions to improve skills
  • Life Drawing sessions  weekly year round
  • Open studio sessions

Outreach Programs

    • Supplying judges for local, state and national art exhibits
    • Providing a voice for civic matters relating to the arts
    • Availing a meeting space for other community arts organizations
    • Continuing a long-standing tradition of art leadership in the state since 1928
    • Maintaining a cadre of instructors for schools and community
    • Providing free Art instruction sessions for US Military Veterans, non-English speaking adult refugees, Native American elders, survivors of suicide,  young women who have endured sexual abuse and/or trafficking, and AAG provides art instruction for hospice trained volunteers working with palliative care dementia patients.