3: Attend a minimum of two (2) meetings during the year. Quarterly meetings are the first Monday of March (annual meeting), June, September & November and other organizational meetings as scheduled.
4: The Foundry Artists’ e-mail list is for Foundry Artists’ business only. Any personal opinion or discussion is to be e-mailed one to one. Abuse of the Foundry Artists’ e-mail will be grounds for removal. All grievances should be brought to the attention of the Membership Chair.
5: Jury decision is final.
6: Booth placements will be decided by the Membership Chairperson. Because of the uniqueness of the Armory, your booth must be able to accommodate to the Armory's architecture. The Foundry Show will not accommodate its event for you.
7: The Foundry Artists Association is in its essence a communal organization. Please honor that intention by participating when the need arises.
8: Failure to comply with the Foundry Artists Code of Conduct will be grounds for removal.
9: I understand my name, business, website and images may be used as promotional purposes for the Foundry Holiday Show and Sale. I also understand that my name, website and images may not be removed from advertising materials if I choose to drop out of the show.
10: I understand that Rhode Island state requires that I have a tax I.D for resale purposes. If I do not have one I understand that I will have to apply for a temporary permit at the time of Load-In for the show.
11: I understand that the Foundry Artists Association is not responsible for lost or stolen artwork/property before, during or after the show.
12: Cancellation policy - A written letter and or email must be received by August 15th, 2023 for a full refund, or by October 1st for a 50% refund. No refunds will be issued to Artists that cancel on or after October 2nd.