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  1. WeekendMiniaturist

    IGMA Guild School 2018

    Yesterday, pre-registration was due, and referencing our membership email the photos are up for 2018! I know there are at least 12 classes at the top of my list! Here is a link for your viewing pleasure. http://www.igma.org/guild_school/2018/48_hour_classes.html When you break it down, and look at the fact that shared dorm room accommodations and meals are included, and you add a priceless week of creating miniatures with friends and learning from some of the finest miniature artisans - it is in an incredible value! Need answers on a roadblock that is impeding your scale modeling success?? This is the event to attend!
  2. WeekendMiniaturist

    IGMA's 5th annual Auction at Chicago International Show

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    THE INTERNATIONAL GUILD OF MINIATURE ARTISANS Is proud to announce their 5th annual auction. This action filled live auction will be held on Friday, April 27th, at 5:30 pm. in the River Room. There will be many fabulous, one of a kind items offered... come and get a bargain, get a treasure. Duffy Wineman, “auctioneer extraordinaire”, will be our guest auctioneer. For a closer inspection of the items to be auctioned please visit them any time during the day on Friday at the Guild table in the Blue Room. We will then begin gathering just prior to the auction for their cash bar reception in the River Room at 5:00 pm. Don’t miss this exciting event... For more information go to www.igma.org. Do you have a rare item you want to donate? We can put you in contact with our Auction Chair - Carol H...
  3. WeekendMiniaturist

    LAST DAY Pre-Registration Guild School 2018

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    Pre-registering for classes enables you to participate in the lottery assignment for 2108 class schedule! Many classes will fill in the lottery... gift yourself one of the best values in scale modeling and sign up for Guild School! http://www.igma.org/guild_school/index.html scroll down to info about pre-registering to download the form and mail / email / fax to Barbara Davis...
  4. WeekendMiniaturist

    Guild Study Program - Chicago 2015?

    I read in the most recent issue of the CUBE, that Chicago was announced for a GSP for late summer/fall time slot in 2015.... Assuming that I really did read this, and it isn't just a dream on my part, (I can't find it again in the Cube....) I do hope some of you who haven't had the opportunity to attend Guild School will consider attending the GSP in Chicago. (I think 18 hours of instruction is included... and I've already been reviewing my mini tourism budget for 2015.) Depending on the location, I could actually attend this one with just the cost of a tank of gas! No Air travel and no long drive either! Yes! While I haven't been able to attend a GSP event; there have been several that I would have love to have attended in the past, and if this one is early enough, I know that I will be anxiously waiting for the announcement of class options. So.... I hope I might be able to pique your interest for Chicago 2015 and you will consider attending. Tamra (Enthusiastically waiting in Indiana)
  5. It is exciting to see the class photos on the IGMA website today. I have been so fortunate to travel to various miniature shows, conventions, and museums across the US for the last two decades. I have been a general member of the IGMA for a while - I think I joined in 2003. Guild School seems to fall somewhere in those first 2 weeks of June, and by far, it has been one of my best miniature experiences. The symbiotic relationship between student / teacher / friends / collectors / artisans reaches the highest plane of learning new skills during this week in June. Oh, what is really, really cool, is that we, the students, get to give our opinions about the classes for the following year. The Artisan's and Fellows post pictures of class proposals. (That is like a 12 on my list on a scale of 1-10! ) The entire event is well organized, I don't think I've ever noticed that anything is amiss. Staff is also accommodating, and the kitchen staff has always been kind to me, when I'm fussing about my food. (I'm not allergic, just fussy about what I eat in my old age and not once have they ever been unkind about my questions.) I realize it may cost a lot of moola to catch an airplane, and to find your way to Castine, Maine, but if you want the ultimate miniature learning experience, please consider Guild School. I've started this topic, in case you have questions about anything Guild School related. Scholarships for 2016 are due on August 1, 2015, and covers your tuition. (Travel to and from is the responsibility of the Scholarship recipient.) go to www.igma.org, see the links at the top, click on GUILD SCHOOL, then go down to the Scholarship page. For our members who have attended Guild School in the past, as student, teacher or both, what does attending Guild School mean to you? I know there are a lot of members in the forum who have a lot more knowledge about the Guild School experience, so if you have any questions, please ask. And remember, make sure you keep "ATTEND GUILD SCHOOL" on your bucket list! Tamra / Indiana (Mods, please move this topic to the correct place. I don't know where I should post this.)
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