Guidelines for Prospective Members
Thank you for your interest in joining Foothills Craft Guild. Foothills welcomes new members whose creative handiwork demonstrates stimulating visual appeal, good design, and fine craftsmanship. Before acceptance as a member of the Guild, each person’s work must go through a jurying process. The artisan submits five representative pieces in the selected media category for examination and approval by a committee of fellow artisans who are seasoned Guild members.
All active Guild members are encouraged to participate in Guild activities by exhibiting or demonstrating at Guild shows, serving on committees or on the Board of Directors, or by participating in other activities sponsored by the Guild.
To Qualify for Membership
Applicant must reside in Tennessee.
Applicant must be accepted by the jury process by submitting five (5) pieces of her or his craft for jurying along with the application form and applicable fee, which is non-refundable.
Items submitted for jurying must be handmade by the artisan who is submitting the application.
Items must be of original design and produced within the past two years.
For Further Information
Read Application Instructions before filling out form(s). It contains information pertaining to dates to join, delivering your work, do’s and don’ts for submitting your work, and filling out the application.
Overview for Prospective Members is a rich resource, explaining qualifications required as well as our evaluation process, dues and fees, jurying and other guidelines and information.
Applications must be submitted one week in advance of the actual work delivery dateThis enables us to make sure we have the appropriate judges to evaluate your work on the day of jurying.
If you are inside a one week window please email the link below or contact the Standards Chair for additional instructions. We want you to jury, but it is most important to have to have your work represented with a judge that understands your field. Specialty judges require notice to participate.