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TSAA Bylaws Omission and Revision, Article III Section 7

When I was transposing the bylaws from a hard copy to the TSAA website, the following section was inadvertently omitted.

Present members shall retain their status as artist members as long as their annual dues are paid on or before June 30 of current year. If an artist fails to pay dues by June 30 of current year he/she will still retain membership so long as dues are paid by June 30 of following year. If an artist elects to pay dues in this fashion (once every two years) then the following  assessment will apply: Payment for year missed will be the usual fee of $20 plus $5 late fee for a total of $25. Then the current year dues will apply of $20 by June 30. If dues are not brought up to date for both years by June 30 of that second year, artists will be required to jury into TSAA again to receive approval by the Membership Committee.

Note: This omission under Article III will move from section 3 to section 7.

NOTE: At the October 9 general meeting, Ron will discuss and ask for a vote to alter Article III section 7 with the following language.

Section 7(New)

The Membership year runs from June 30 of the current year to June 30 of the following year.

Members will retain their membership as long as they remain dues paid members in good standing.

Dues for the coming year will be due by June 30 of the current year. If dues are paid after June 30, a late fee of $5 will be applied. The member will retain good standing if the late dues and the following year’s dues are paid by June 30 of the following year. Members not paid up by June 30 the second year will lose their good standing and membership. Loss of membership will require re-jurying.

 

Article IV - DUES

Section 1

The annual dues, as determined by the Board, shall be payable by June 30 of the current year. If not paid by June 30 a late fee of $5 will be applied for late payment. Non-payment as defined in Article III Section 7 will result in loss of membership. The President will be exempt from paying due.

Rabert

Exhibition 2014
TSAA's Biennial Juried Show

Opening Reception, September 7th, at the Huntington Museum of Art was hosted by Libby Varner,  Exhibition Chairperson. During the awards ceremony Mayor Steve Williams of Huntington assisted Varner in presenting the awards.


Award winners are as follows: Jack Sheffier, Best of Show; Pat Chapman, Merit Award; Ann Grimes, Merit Award; Ron Haeberle, Merit Award; Amy Harper, Merit Award; Vernon Howell, Merit Award; Maurice Mufson, MD, Merit Award; Chuck Ripper, Merit Award; Joe Sartor, Merit Award; Nicole Suptic, Merit Award, Mike Adkins, Honorable Mention; Brenda Beatty, Honorable Mention;  Jane Cooper, Honorable Mention; Rabert Fulks, Honorable Mention; Kenna Kelley, Honorable Mention;; Mark Tobin Moore, Honorable Mention; Regina Swim, Honorable Mention; Elizabeth Turner, Honorable Mention; Valarie Windhorst, Honorable Mention.


109 artists submitted 209 pieces with 83 selected. 21 awards were given. Patti Bryron and Ray Hassard judged the show.

TSAA New Members Jury

Come Join Us

Jury date: October 18, 2014

Location:  Huntington museum of Art, studio 2   

Drop Off:  9:00 am

Pick up:    between 1:00 & 1:30 pm

Jury Fee:   $15.00 nonrefundable


 Contact: Leona Mackey, Jury Chairperson

Phone: 304-523-8391  

Be at least 18 years of age and a resident of West Virginia, Ohio, or Kentucky.   
Submit five (5) pieces of your original works in one medium i.e. five (5) oils, five (5) watercolors, five (5) photographs, etc. for review by the jury committee.

Work presented in a professional manner - two dimensional works like oil and arcylic paintings on canvas framed, works on paper like drawings, photography, and printmaking matted and framed. Works in other meda I.e., pottery and sculpture should be suitably presented. 

Work must be original. Copies made from other artwork or from photographs in books and magazines are not acceptable.

ATTENTION:  Photography Category 


"The Tri-State Arts Association is implementing a new pre-screening process for artists jurying in the photography category. The club receives more artists applying in this category than any other and yet only a small percentage is accepted into the club. The TSAA wishes to change this trend by asking these artists to submit digital files to our email so that they may be reviewed by a panel, and constructive feedback be provided for a more successful jurying process. Acceptable entries will be judged on composition, color, tonal values, editing processes, and creativity. Please submit (5) JPEG images at web quality to:tristatearts@yahoo.com at least 2 weeks in advance to the jurying date."

Ashland Art in the Park


Date: September 27, location: Central Park Ashland. Rain location will be announced later.

Registration: 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. on the 27th of September
Judging will begin at noon.  
Categories are Oil, Watercolor, Mixed Media and pastels in both amateur and professional divisions.  
Prizes will be awarded at 3:30 p.m.
Entry fee is $15.00 for up to 10 pieces of work. Additional entries are $5.00 each.
Entrants must be at least 18 years of age.

Renaissance Art Gallery

Dates to remember for this year’s Miniature Exhibition are:
 
October 15, 2014: All shipped work must be postmarked by this date
October 17, 18 & 19 2014: Hand delivery dates at the Renaissance Art Gallery

November 2, 2014: Awards Reception for the 14th Miniature Exhibition
December 7, 2014: Closing date for the 14th Miniature Exhibition
December 12, 13 & 14 2014: pick up dates for Miniatures.

ATTENTION:  Easel Painting Party

Easel Painting Party will take place on Saturday, September 27 at Mayne Framing. Piza, water, and cookies will be served. Bring a brush and paint pan, and wear some old cloths. The party starts at 10:00am and ends at 3:00pm. 


AIP easels need a fresh coat of paint, and we need as many volunteers as possible. Some guys would be great! Remember, if you help with the painting, your attendance record is credited with one General meeting.