IACA 2014 Annual Report - page 4

TOOURMEMBERS
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ToOurMembers
StrategicHighlights
Thisbrief reportwill recapmany important things thathavehappened inyourassociationduring the
past year.
2013was the first completeyear that yourassociationwasmanagedbya totallyvolunteer
staff…dedicatedpeople that gave freelyof their time, energyandpersonal expense tocontinue the
missionof yourassociation.
ToPromote, ProtectandPreserveAmerican IndianArt.
Aswe review theactivitiesof theassociationduring2013, therearemanypositive things to report,
and some shortfallsalso.
TheWorld’s LeadingAmerican IndianArt Alliance
Since itsbeginning, IACAhasbeen theWorld’sLeadingAmerican IndianArtAlliancebecause it
is theonlyassociation tobring togethereveryaspectofAmerican IndianArt, from theworld
classAmerican Indianartists to thecollectorsof thesebeautiful art forms.
Member Services
During2013, theassociationprovidedahost ofmember services including:
Ahighlysuccessful SpringWholesalemarket inAlbuquerque,NewMexico
Averypopular
BusinessofArts Seminar
showingparticipantshow to showcaseartwork
throughphotography
Publicationof four issuesof theacclaimed
IACA Journal,
aproductionof the IACA-
EducationFund
Co-opAdvertisingopportunitiesprior to theSantaFe IndianMarket and theHeard
Museum IndianMarket in
NativePeoples
magazine
Theopportunity formembers toadvertiseon the IACAwebsite
Free subscriptions to
NativePeoples
magazine tomembersof the IACACollector’sGuild.
A10%discount to IACACollector’sGuildmembersatparticipating IACAMember retail
locations.
The fourthannual surveyof theAmerican IndianArtMarket
A totally free listingofmember shows, eventsandgalleryopeningson the IACAwebsite
Anon-line libraryofmarketing reports for IACAmembersonly
On-linemembershipdirectorieswith frequentupdates
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