Amended April, 2016
THE INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS ASSOCIATION, INC.
The Indian Arts & Crafts Association, Inc. (IACA) is a Not for Profit corporation incorporated under the
New Mexico Nonprofit Corporation Act. It has been organized to enhance and maintain the image and
marketing of authentic American Indian arts and crafts. In this document, it will be referred to as “the
Section 1. Principle Office.
The Indian Arts and Crafts Association may establish its principle office or
place of business in any location deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors.
Section 2. Other Locations.
The corporation may also have additional offices at such other locations as
the Board of Directors may from time to time determine or the purpose may require.
Section 1. Classes of Members and Qualifications.
The Corporation shall have several membership
classifications, as determined by the Board of Directors, and as described in the IACA Current
Membership Criteria Document.
Section 2. Reference Requirements.
In addition to meeting the criteria for membership in a given
category, specific reference requirements shall apply to Artist/Craftsperson, Retail, Wholesale, and
Wholesale/Retail categories as established by the Board of Directors and set out in IACA's current
membership criteria document.
Section 3. Code of Ethics.
All applicants for membership in Article III, Section I, Categories A, B, C
and D must read and sign a copy of the IACA Code of Ethics, thereby indicating their agreement to
conduct their business affairs in accordance with the provisions of the Code.
Section 4. Termination of Membership.
The Board of Directors, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote, may
revoke any membership of any member for good cause after an appropriate hearing. Any member having