– Annual membership fee is $85 for September 1st, to August 31st, of the current year.
– $50 pro-rated fee for January 1 to August 31 of the current year.
All art shows and sales of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists are restricted to original 2-dimensional works of art created in any medium, including but not limited to watercolour, acrylic, oil, pastel, fiber/textile, encaustic, or mixed media. Board members have the right to screen all applications for membership acceptance. Prints, photographs, crafts, such as jewelry, tole painting, folk art, pottery and other crafts are not accepted in any shows.
Waiver and Release:
In consideration of the acceptance of my application for membership including programs, outreach programs, demos, workshops, meeting and related services (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Programs”) offered by the Richmond Hill Group of Artists (“RHGA”), I, for myself, my heirs, executors, estate trustees, administrators, successors and assigns, waive any claims to which I may become entitled for injury or damage, and hereby release RHGA and all their representatives, agents, instructors and directors and any other persons assisting in providing the Programs, from any claims for damages or injury suffered by me as a result of my participation in the Programs. Programs and offerings, such as exhibition opportunities may be subject to change as needed by RHGA. I also hereby give my permission for the free use of my name, image and artwork in any broadcast, telecast, website, newsletter, newspaper, media or other form of publicity. I have carefully read and understand the terms of my enrollment in the RHGA.
The Richmond Hill Group of Artists has implemented Covid 19 protocols at the Mill Pond Gallery that adhere to Provincial Regulations and Public Health recommendations for Phase 3 re-opening. The RHGA re-opening plan has been reviewed and approved by the City of Richmond Hill, from who we lease the Mill Pond Gallery. The RHGA will not assume any liability in the event that anyone using the facility becomes sick.