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.
New Guild Virtual Learning online class featuring instructor Lynette Barker! Registration is now open! Click here for more information.
Class descriptions and photos for Guild School 2023 "Where the Small Things Are" is now online! Check out classes that are still available here!
September 26 - October 1, 2023
Exciting news! The Guild Show is moving back to the New York/ Teaneck area to the Hilton Hasbrouck Heights/Meadowlands! Classes and Special Events are now online! Register today!
November 10-13, 2023
Join us for classes taught by Pete and Pam Boorum, Bob Hurd, Deb Mackie and Mary Grady O'Brien. Reserve your place today! Click here for more information.
Attention All Artisan and Fellow members of IGMA! You are invited to teach at the Guild School 2024. Click here for more information. Applications due May 15, 2023.
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