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Become a Juried Member - Overview

Since its founding in 1932, the League has been a recognized leader in promoting the highest quality of handmade crafts and offering its members opportunities to sell their work, enhance their skills, and network with other craft-artists. Many of our members tell us that the sales and educational opportunities offered by the League enable them to concentrate on their work and pursue their dreams.

The League’s jury system ensures that applicants meet the level of expertise required for juried membership. To be eligible for jury, you must be a resident of New Hampshire or reside in a town in Maine, Massachusetts, or Vermont that has part of its town limits within ten miles of the New Hampshire border.

All League members have gone through the League’s jury process and met its rigorous standards for creativity, innovation, and technical expertise. Once accepted, members can take advantage of these marketing and educational benefits:

There are several options you can choose from:

  1. If you are not sure your work is ready for the jury, you can attend a scheduled Critique Session.
  2. You can learn more about the Jury Process on our Jury Information page.
  3. You can meet with the Standards and Education Manager to discuss your questions about the jury process, Guidelines and Criteria. Please email: Catherine Green.
  4. You can apply for a Jury Session.

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