The historic Boulder Dam Hotel today, where the Boulder City Art Guild is located, in the heart of Boulder City, Nevada.
The Boulder City Art Guild, a non-profit organization established in 1973, is located in the historic Boulder Dam Hotel. The Guild's Gallery has the distinction of being the first cooperative gallery in Southern Nevada. The gallery is open to the public and artwork of more than 40 member artists is on display. The gallery is open 7 days a week and an artist is available to greet visitors.
The Boulder City Art Guild carries out its educational mission by:
The art in the gallery includes original works done by the members in acrylic, oil, watercolor, ceramics, metal, glass, wood, photography, pottery, sculpture and limited edition prints. In addition to that, the gallery gift shop has other artful items.
Members of the guild promoting an art show in 1986
It is the time of year for any guild member interested in applying for a position on the board of directors to place your name on the slate for 2017-2018.
Guild officers are President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The other 11 positions are directors and each chairs a committee to complete their duties. A slate of nominees will be compiled in March. Ballots will go to all members at least 30 days prior to the membership meeting in May.
All interested members are encouraged to contact Gina Marvin (702-333-8520) or call her if you have any election questions.
President-The President presides over meetings and works with all board members as needed. The president serves as the spokesperson for the guild and spreads its mission statement.
Vice President-The Vice President chairs meetings in the President’s absence and serves the role of joining with the President as a guild spokesperson.
Secretary- The Secretary takes meeting minutes and maintains these organization records, as well as preparing meeting agendas and maintaining an annual calendar of events.
Treasurer- This officer maintains the guild's financial holdings and submits reports to the CPA and membership on a regular basis.
Assistant Treasurer- An Assistant Treasurer may be appointed at the discretion of the treasurer and would serve as Treasurer should the Treasurer to be unable serve in that position.
Advertising/Publicity-The Advertising & Publicity Director is responsible for ads in all media and developing various methods of publicity to spread the Guild’s message.
Scholarship-This director develops and maintains a scholarship application, distributed through the Public Education Foundation, to high school students furthering their study of art in college. The director also works with the Boulder City Art Center to provide mini-scholarships to students under 18 and over 60.
Education-This director develops and manages educational programs such as workshops, group art activities and presentations by artists.
Gallery– There are 3 Gallery Directors who develop and maintain the guild's gallery.
Historian-The Historian gathers news and advertising clippings, photographs and other guild materials to be saved in the guild scrapbooks which they maintain.
Hospitality-The Hospitality Director organizes and arranges for refreshments for Guild social activities such as annual membership meetings, receptions and other social functions. This director works with a number of volunteers to accomplish these duties.
Membership-The Membership Director develops, maintains and processes membership application forms, sends welcome letters and handbooks to new members, updates membership lists and processes annual dues.
Shows Director-The Shows Director organizes and implements the Spring and Winter ArtFests and appoints an assistant and committees to help with all the tasks necessary for successful shows.
Website-This director is responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of the guild's website.
Newsletter- This director develops and distributes the guild's monthly newsletter, Artful Accents.