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INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS ASSOCIATION 2014 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP REPORT
Strategic Highlights
This brief report will recap many important things that have happened in your association during
the past year.
2014 was the second complete year that your association was managed by a totally volunteer
staff…dedicated people that gave freely of their time, energy and personal expense to continue the
IACA Mission,
To Promote, Protect and Preserve American Indian Art.
As we review the activities of the association during 2014, there are many positive things to report,
and some shortfalls also.
The World’s Leading American Indian Art Alliance
Since its beginning, IACA has been the World’s Leading American Indian Art Alliance because
it is the only association to bring together every aspect of American Indian Art, from the
world class American Indian artists to the collectors of these beautiful art forms.
Member Services
During 2014, the association provided a host of member services including:
A highly successful Spring Wholesale market at Isleta Pueblo, NM.
The reintroduction of a Fall Wholesale market at Isleta Pueblo, NM.
Publication of four issues of the acclaimed
IACA Journal,
a production of the IACA
Education Fund
Co-op Advertising opportunities prior to the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard
Museum Indian Market in
Native
Peoples
magazine
A 1/6 page ad in each issue of
Native
Peoples
magazine
The opportunity for members to
advertise on the IACA website
Free subscriptions to
Native Peoples
magazine to members of the IACA
Collector’s Guild.
A 10% discount to IACA Collector’s
Guild members at participating IACA
Member retail locations.
The fifth annual survey of the American
Indian Art Market
A totally free listing of member shows,
events and gallery openings on the IACA
website
An on-line library of marketing reports for IACA members only
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