Southern Watercolor Society
ELIGIBILITY & FEE
Membership in the Southern Watercolor Society is open to persons living in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia.
DUES are $30 per year.
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Dues shall be paid annually on or before January 1 of each year and become delinquent as of March 1, of each year.
Nonpayment of dues within the calendar year terminates the membership and Active or Artist Signature status.
To reinstate Active or Artist Signature membership, a member must fulfill membership requirements again, or a member may be reinstated by payment of the current year dues and any of the past three years dues that are unpaid.
A watercolor painter sixteen years of age or older.
A member whose work is accepted and exhibited in one annual SW juried competition.
A member whose work is accepted and exhibited in three annual SW juried
competitions (not necessarily consecutive).
Artist Class members may use the initials "SW" following their signatures.
(Please note: SWS should not be used as it indicates earned status in Southwestern
Watercolor Society, a different society).
A person who has made significant contribution to the Society. Proposed by the board
and elected by membership. Does not pay dues.
An award donor or contributor to the general fund of SW, but has no voting privileges
and needs not be a painter.
Artist class members who have exhibited in 10 SW juried competitions and Past Presidents are given life membership status.
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