In January of each year teachers are asked to bring projects they would like to teach that year. If you have not submitted to teach for chapter before, the list of tips and guidelines below will help you have a successful experience!.
Teacher submission guidelines and suggestions:
• Student fees for classes are $10.00. When planning your class, the time frame for the class should not exceed 4-5 hours for completion so that we can expect to finish by 3:30 p.m.
• The class fee covers teacher fee, line drawing and prep instructions. If you do not plan to complete the project, photos and step-by-step directions will need to be provided.
• If you charge a supply fee, decide what it will include: i.e., kit of supplies, photos, directions, etc.. (You will need to estimate this amount before the January Meeting).
  • • Plan to have your pieces to the meeting for display no later than 8:30 a.m.
    • If you cannot attend, arrange for another member to bring them for you
    • Plan to fill out a sheet about the class listing the following:
    • 1. Source or price of wood piece (you will need to decide if you are going to provide the surface)
      2. What medium is used (watercolor, paint type, other craft listings)
      3. How long the class will take
      4. Supply/Kit fee: what is included will need to be listed (be sure to include picture, directions, surface, etc)
When selected:
• You will need to make sure that you get your class dates in the newsletter by providing the newsletter person with information about your class, pictures, surface sources, etc.
• You are responsible for sign-ups for your class, so you should plan on attending the meeting before your scheduled class (or arrange for another member to do this for you)
• Plan to have available sign-ups and collection of class fees 2-3 meetings before your class (3 will be necessary if you are collecting for and providing surfaces or kits)
• Plan to be at the class until 3-3:30 on the day of the class

Idaho Chapter of Heritage Artists
612 S 1 St. W Homedale ID 83628
Contact us at
Julie Cloud, President
Glenice Powell, Webmaster