Terms and Conditions

AICA ARMENIA accepts those in the membership community, who have ongoing experience not less than three years in the diverse fields of art criticism.Within the above mentioned period (three years), each member is required to have accomplished the following activities:
• Organize exhibitions,
• Write critical and analytical articles for non-profit projects,
• Correspond with the Mass Media (world-wide-web, radio, TV, and press),
• Publish scholarly articles and case studies within the fields of art history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics,
• Lecture the following subjects at Universities or Academic surroundings:
o art criticism,
o history of modern and contemporary art,
o history and theory of aesthetics,
o how to organize exhibitions.1. Entry to the membership community takes place every third month of the year.2. Applicants are required to provide Curriculum Vitae (CV) and other documentations or publications that prove their professional activities (hard copies or electronic versions of books, articles, recordings, etc.).3. Members are accepted by the AICA ARMENIA Board Members.4. An applicant who is accepted in the membership community is charged an annual fee.
AICA ARMENIA welcomes sponsors or contributors to finically support and encourage in Armenia the growth of art history, curatorial work and professionalism in art.

Users’ Guide to the BIOGRAPHICAL FORM

This form is to be filled in by new applicants wishing to join the Association from 16 November 2003 onwards.Please use one of the three AICA languages (English, French or Spanish). This form must be transmitted to the President of the National Section or to the Secretary-General of the Association, in the case of applications wishing to join the Open Section.A copy of the biographical form submitted by all successful applicants to join the Association will subsequently be forwarded to the Secretary-General of the Association, for retention with the Association’s records, but will not be divulged to third parties without your written consent.However, your basic contact details, including all the details on page one of the form, will be included on that part of the Association’s website which is accessible to Members only, unless you specify that any or all parts of it, excepting your name, Section and date of joining the Association are to remain confidential to the members of the AICA Bureau.Article II of the Statutes, relating to Individual Members, states that:1. To become a Member of the Association, candidates need first to join either a National Section (see V.2) or the Open Section (see V.3)
All applications must be accompanied by a short curriculum vitae on a standard biographical form, written in one of the three official languages of the Association.
Applicants to join the Open Section need, in addition, to submit the names of two sponsors who are members of the Administrative Council, only one of whom may simultaneously belong to the Executive Bureau.
All applicants must produce evidence of sustained activity over the previous three years, in one or more of the following areas:a) Daily/periodical press, or broadcasting on radio, TV or video, or in the electronic mediab) Publication of works of art history, aesthetics or criticismc) Teaching of art criticism, art history, aesthetics, curating, or art, at higher or tertiary leveld) Curatorial work and analysis for educational or scholarly ends, including the production of scholarly or critical texts for museums or galleries, whose principal aim is not essentially commercialEach application must be made on this form and includes a curriculum vitae. Please, be very precise in your answers.