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The International Art CollectiveThe International Art Collective
The IAC seeks to discover new and exciting artistic talent and to provide opportunities to bring new art to the global community. We are in need of volunteers interested in managing the overall operations for the IAC. This is a volunteer position wit... Read more
The IAC seeks to discover new and exciting artistic talent and to provide opportunities to bring new art to the global community.
We are in need of volunteers interested in managing the overall operations for the IAC. This is a volunteer position with the potential leading to full-time employment.
The vision for The International Art Collective began in 2005 when the current IAC Director was living and working at various locations around the world.
During his spare time, interesting pieces of art were sought for his own collection. As time passed, he realized that while often many of these artists had great talent, few were known outside of their immediate communities and often didn't have a way to display or show their great artistic talent.
The need and an opportunity existed to provide greater visibility to newly emerging artistic talent from the global art community.
The IAC was founded to be a nonprofit organization. As a nonprofit, the IAC provides a means not only to help discover new and exiting artistic talent from around the world, and the IAC offers these artist the chance to get their work out for the global artistic community to see and appreciate.
The IAC is a 501(c)(3) federal tax exempt organization