IACA Journal Summer 2015 - page 4

Phone: 505-265-9149
Indian Arts and Crafts Association
4010 Carlisle Blvd. NE, Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Promote, Preserve and Protect
Authentic American Indian Art
For over 40 years, the Indian Arts and Crafts Association has been the
Leading American Indian Arts Alliance
. This great legacy is be-
cause Collectors, Retailers, Wholesalers and Artists have collaborated as a group to continue the IACA mission:
To promote, preserve and
protect authentic American Indian Art.
You can help to continue this tradition by becoming a member of the IACA Board of Direc-
tors, and by volunteering a small part of your time to directly realize the IACA mission.
On September 1, 2015, ballots will be sent to every member on which you can nominate po-
tential IACA Board members, or nominate yourself as a potential IACA Board member.
The
Indian Arts and Crafts Association
is driven and continued by its membership who devel-
op the programs, markets and other initiatives to further our common mission and to devel-
op business for each and every IACA member. New members on the IACA Board of Direc-
tors bring refreshing new ideas to adapt to today’s market and to further the business of
American Indian Art.
IACA
is your association. Consider furthering the 40+ year tradition by joining the IACA
Board of Directors when you receive your ballot in early September.
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