IACA-EF is a 501(c)3
Corporation. Tax ID: 43-1964917
Indian Arts And Crafts Association
Read the IACA Journal - A Publication
of the IACA Education Fund
Since its inception, the Indian Arts and Crafts Association Education
Fund has been dedicated to the education of collectors, retailers and
wholesalers of American Indian art, as well as to the education of
American Indian artists.
The IACAEF accomplishes this through a variety of programs designed
to reach the public, as well as those involved in the Indian Art
- Publishing that includes booklets on many
specific categories of Indian Art, including consumer tips about
buying Indian Art and the IACA Journal
- Town Hall Meetings that provides the
opportunity for the public and industry members to learn about the
various areas of Indian Art, and the laws that protect the art form.
- Legislation Input to federal and state agencies
that will improve laws covering all aspects of Indian Art
Indian Art Industry Programs
- Business of Art Seminars designed to help
industry members to understand how to ethically and lawfully market
- Wholesale Seminars to help the Indian Art
wholesale industry understand the laws governing the sale of Indian
- Artist Seminars to help Indian artists
understand the dynamics of the Indian Art market, and how to get
their work to market.
- Young Artist Program (12 - 18) that provides
young Indian artists the opportunity to display their work, cost
free, at major shows of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association.
- Artist Demonstrations at Indian Arts and Crafts
Association shows to teach both wholesale and retail sectors about
the creation of Indian Art.
- Roundtable discussions for the exchange of
ideas, threats and opportunities for Indian Art.
- Booth Exchange Program at Indian Arts and
Crafts Association markets for other non-profit Indian Art