IACA Board of Directors Guidebook - page 23

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D.
Wholesale/Retail
. Membership in this category is open to those individuals who are engaged in
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the Indian Arts and Crafts Industry in both a wholesale and a retail capacity.
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E.
Collector
. Membership in this category is open only to those individuals who are interested in the
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Indian Arts and Crafts Industry for personal pleasure rather than for business purposes.
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Membership in this category is
not
open to anyone who purchases products for the purpose of
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reselling those products.
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F.
Museum
. Membership in this category is open to any institution devoted to the traditional
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activities of museums, i.e., the procurement, care, study, and display of objects of lasting interest
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or value. Membership in this category is
not
open to the retail shops located within museums.
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These shops are involved in the sale of products to the final consumer and therefore must seek
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membership in the Retail category.
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G.
Sustaining
. Membership in this category is open to those individuals or businesses who wish to
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support the goals and activities of IACA but who do not meet the criteria for membership in any
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other category.
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H.
Ancillary
. Membership in this category is open to those individuals or businesses who provide
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items used in the making of Indian arts and crafts or which other member organizations might sell
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in their stores.
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I.
Associate
. Membership in this category is open to organizations involved in the Indian Arts and
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Crafts industry that wish to support the goals and activities of IACA but who do not meet the
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criteria for membership in any other category.
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J.
Honorary
. Membership in this category is conferred by a 2/3 vote of the IACA Board of Directors
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on those individuals and/or organizations who, in the judgment of the Directors, have contributed
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in some substantial manner to the progress of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association.
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K.
Contingency
. A one-year membership may be granted in any of the above categories if the
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requirements for membership in that category are met but the necessary references from IACA
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members are lacking. Contingency members shall have all benefits of membership with the
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exception of the right to participate in IACA’s markets as exhibitors, for which they will not be
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eligible until the final approval for full membership has been received.
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L.
Student.
Student Membership is open to any young person between the ages of 12 and 22 who is
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interested in Native American arts and crafts. Student eligibility is evidenced by a photocopy of
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