Excellence in artistry and craftsmanship are core values of the guild. The "Juried Artist" designation recognizes those artists who consistently create exemplary work rooted in the Arts & Crafts tradition. Artists are juried twice a year, in March and September, and if accepted, may use the distinctive and prestigious Triangle Rose in their work for three years.
Evidenced Mastery of Medium: Exemplary craftsmanship and construction
Design: Composition, aesthetics, and originality
Expertise: Knowledge of process based on both written and verbal presentation
Below is a link to our jury application September 2019. If you are interested in jurying, please print this sheet out and follow the instructions. Our jury coordinators will contact you to arrange a time slot.
The Guild is once again offering a $500.00 scholarship to a senior art student who is planning on pursuing an art degree in college. The PDF files below will give you the information regarding scholarship requirements and the application form to be submitted. Please email Jack Thiesen at Artsandcraftsmenguild.com for more information.