TRANSITIONAL MEMBERSHIP ($40 US/$45 INT)
Note: All Transitional Conference applicants must have had a recent NCECA Student Membership within the last two years.
TRANSITIONAL Membership provides recent student members the opportunity to maintain their NCECA membership as they transition to a professional career in ceramics. Past student members may take advantage of this membership for up to two years. Transitional Members receive the valuable Standard Member Benefits at a discounted rate in addition to:
Online Searchable Directory - As a Standard Member, the Online Searchable Member Directory will allow you to stay in touch with your friends and colleagues all year. You can now update your own contact information as soon as you change your address, phone number email or web site.
Members-only website access - Members only content is being developed and will be available in the near future.
Member Event Posting - Post information about your upcoming workshops, sales, openings or other newsworthy events on the NCECA website for public view.
Members-only Pricing - Conference Registrations, Calls for Exhibitions Entries, Publications, other Events and Merchandise.
Members-Only Discounts - Ceramic Materials, Supplies, Shipping, Travel/Lodging and Business Services.
Annual Journal - The NCECA Journal is published annually, and features excerpts from all presentations at the annual conference.
Conference Registration Discount – Early Bird registration rates extended through the entire Online Conference Registration period for NCECA’s Annual Conference. Registration at the door will default to the standard membership rates.
JOIN ONLINE for NCECA Transitional Membership
Mail-In Membership Forms:
Individual Membership Form PDF download
Organization Membership Form PDF download
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