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The WAAC 2018 Membership Application/Renewal Form is now available online.
The form can be filled-out in your web browser. If you wish to pay by check, you can print the form and mail it, along with your check, as always. If you wish to pay by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) you will be taken to USAePay's secure site where you can submit your credit card payment. We will no longer be accepting credit card payments on the paper forms, either faxed or mailed in, as it's not sufficiently secure to meet compliance rules.
2018 Annual Meeting
Abiquiu, New Mexico
27 - 29 September 2018
opening reception 26 September 2018
Join us for WAAC's Annual Meeting at Ghost Ranch located near Abiquiu in north central New Mexico. Ghost Ranch is a 21,000-acre retreat and education center and is about an hour outside Santa Fe. Ghost Ranch was the home and studio of Georgia O'Keeffe and was the subject of many of her paintings.
Instructions on how to make reservations will be provided through a special link.
Note that the hotel registration includes room and board, all meals, including the banquet are included in the booking. Meeting registration is separate and includes annual membership to WAAC.
|WAAC Newsletter||WAAC Newsletter Now Includes Video Authors who are submitting an article for publication in the WAAC newsletter are now invited to include a video component, if appropriate. The video component is intended to illustrate a specific section of a written article - serving as a "video illustration". In this sense it is analogous to a traditional figure (a drawing or photograph) in a written article. See Video Submission Guidelines|
All back issues of the WAAC Newsletter through Vol. 34, number 3, are now available online and we have now returned to the policy of waiting 6 months after publication to post an issue online, in deference to those who actually pay for the Newsletter.
Starting with volume 25 (2003), the Newsletter is presented in PDF, and you can read either individual articles and columns, or the entire issue as in the printed version.
Feature articles are best read as spreads, for illustration placement, etc., however they are posted as single pages so that they can be printed easily.)
Hard copies are still available
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