The International Guild of Miniature Artisans

In the Pursuit and Recognition of Excellence

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.

Guild Virtual Learning

Online March 2024

Announcing Guild Virtual Learning online classes for 2024 featuring instructors Lynette Barker, Christine Hannon, Esther Barker and Tori West. Registration is now open! Click here for more information.

Guild School 2024

Castine, ME
June 8-15, 2024

The Catalogue of Class Offerings, including photos and descriptions, is now available. Register Now!

Guild Study Program:

Tucson, Arizona
September 6-9, 2024

With The Mini Time Machine, Museum of Miniatures. Classes taught by Beth Freeman-Kane, Kim Stewart, Sue Veeder and Tori West. Reserve your place today! Click here for more information.

Guild Show 2024

Hasbrouck, NJ
September 17 - 22, 2024

Get excited for Guild Show 2024! Are you interested in teaching a class or seminar at the 2024 Guild Show! Find out more here. Interested in becoming a dealer? Dealer information and applications are now online!

Shop The Guild

Shop the Guild is an IGMA program that recognizes the fine quality work by Artisan and Fellow members. It is designed for Artisan and Fellow members, who do not produce enough product to sustain a full dealer table or are otherwise represented, to sell their work through the Guild. You can now SHOP the GUILD online.

Social Media

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Fine Miniatures Forum

This interactive forum is dedicated to high quality handmade fine scale miniatures in any form. It is a place to share, ask questions, learn techniques and follow activities all over the world.

Support IGMA

Support IGMA While You Shop or Search Online

You can support IGMA while shopping on Micro-Mark or Blick Art Materials... or search using Goodsearch/ Goodshop. Find out more here!

Video: About the Guild

Craft in America produced this video interview with former Guild School Director, Barbara Davis as part of a series for PBS on Miniatures. View it on their website.

Become a Member

Why not become a Guild Member today?

Don't Forget!

RENEW Your Membership TODAY
by clicking here and logging into your account on Wild Apricot


We've made it even easier - you can now donate online using a credit card or paypal.