IGMA was founded to promote fine miniatures as an art form; to increase awareness and appreciation of high-quality workmanship through public education; to recognize and honor qualified artisans and encourage work of highest quality; to encourage the development of new artisans; and to coordinate and serve the interests and needs of the artisan and non-artisan.
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Find out more about recent Guild events including The 2017 Guild Show, Guild School and the Guild Study Program at Colonial WIlliamsburg.