About the AAG

The Arizona Artists Guild is committed to the following:


  • Promoting quality artwork for public viewing and appreciation
  • Encouraging members to participate in state and national exhibits
  • Offering support for members to further their careers
  • Providing opportunities for members to display their work

 Educational Programs

  • Awarding scholarships to Arizona students
  • Sponsoring classes through The Guild School of Art
  • Offering critique sessions to improve skills
  • Life Drawing sessions twice weekly year round
  • Open studio sessions

Outreach Programs

    • Supplying judges for local, state and national art exhibits
    • Providing a voice for civic matters relating to the arts
    • Availing a meeting space for other community arts organizations
    • Continuing a long-standing tradition of art leadership in the state since 1928
    • Maintaining a cadre of instructors for schools and community
    • Providing free Art instruction sessions for US Military Veterans, non-English speaking adult refugees, Native American elders, survivors of suicide,  young women who have endured sexual abuse and/or trafficking, and AAG provides art instruction for hospice trained volunteers working with palliative care dementia patients.



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4 Replies to “About the AAG”

  1. Susan Handelman

    Do u guys paint on Monday morning and figure draw on Wednesday. If not what days do you do what, thank you looking forward to hearing from you

    Thank you Susan Handelman

    • davlbradly Post author

      We have Open Studio sessions on Monday mornings from 9-12, where you can paint, draw, sculpt, anything you want to bring to work on. Figure drawing is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-12:30.

  2. C Chrane

    Searching for artist named Julie r. Purchased several round baked clay art pieces in 70’s. Indian themed depictions. Would like to know what became of her. Purchased them in a gallery in Scottsdale. Thanks, C Chrane

    • davlbradly Post author

      Doubt she was a member, as few members work in clay. Without the last name can’t be sure. Sorry

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