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Responsibilities of Demonstration Chair

  • Find a demonstration artist of quality with previous teaching experience for demonstrating to members after quarterly board meetings. A speaker or event of interest to members may also be substituted. In the late spring a plein air experience, planned by the chair, substitutes for one of the demonstrations.  Board members will help with suggested artists if requested.
  • Contact education director at Binders Art Supplies & Frames to schedule dates for board meetings and demonstrations for at least 3 times a year.
  • Coordinate with demonstration artist to meet his/her needs, times etc.
  • Take snacks and drinks for attendees at demonstrations.
  • Submit receipts to the treasurer for snacks and drinks.
  • Notify members via eblast of upcoming event at least one week prior.
  • Optionally, Oversee an Art Swap/Exchange at the meetings. (No money is involved.)
  • Arrange for treasurer to issue a $150 check to pay for the demonstration artist.
  • Interview the demonstration artist or show workshop instructor for the newsletter article, “Every Artist Has a Story”. Write the article quarterly and submit to the Newsletter Editor.
  • Prepare reports for the board meetings and write requested articles for the newsletter.
  • Attend quarterly board meetings and annual meeting.
  • Serve as a member of the GWS Board.