Guild Show

August 3 - 7, 2016   |   Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe   |   Teaneck, NJ

The International Guild of Miniature Artisans invites you to join us at the 2016 Guild Show, August 3–7, in Teaneck, NJ. The show location, just across the river from New York City, offers a prime opportunity for enjoying a superb miniature show as well as easy access to one of the world’s most interesting cities.

The Guild is known around the world for its mission of promoting miniatures as an art form, and for the educational programs it sponsors in support of that mission. At the Guild Show you will be able to take part in classes, tour a historic site or attend a Broadway show, among many other options. The Show itself will feature an outstanding selection of dealers from around the world, exhibits, silent and live auctions, a unique shopping area for younger miniaturists, and free crafting for families on Sunday afternoon. Throughout the weekend, participants will enjoy the company of their fellow miniaturists in a warm and inclusive environment.

Schedule & Highlights Show Information Dealer List Directions

Study Program Classes Special Events

Schedule & Highlights

August 3 - 5 Study Program with Projects Drawn from the Collections of the Brooklyn Museum
August 3 Tour to Brooklyn
August 4 - 5 Classes
August 4 Dinner and Broadway Show
August 5 Gathering of the Guild: Desserts & Demonstrations
August 6-7 Show & Sale
August 6 Live Auction
August 7 Annual Meeting

Show & Sale | August 6 - 7

Saturday, August 6, 10 am - 4:30 pm
Sunday, August 7, 10 am - 3:30 pm

IGMA Members admitted free
General Admission: $10 one day, $15 two day pass
Children under 14: free

Show Preview

For Guild members only
Saturday. August 6, 9 am - 10 am

An opportunity to shop prior to the admittance of the general public. For information on becoming an IGMA member please click here.

In the Grand Ballroom and Grand Concourse

IGMA Information and Membership – Chat with Carol Hardy, the Guild Administrator, or an IGMA member about the Guild’s many programs, and consider joining the organization. If joining the day of the show, the admission is free! [more info]

Exhibits – Student projects from Guild Study Programs and Guild School, as well as other exquisite displays from Guild members. Small Beginnings – An exclusive and inexpensive sales area just for those miniaturists under 14 years of age.

The Gallery of the Guild – Displaying work for sale by IGMA Artisan and Fellow members not represented at the show. [more info]

Live Auction Items – Preview of items for Saturday evening auction.

The Guild School – Meet Guild School Director, Barbara Davis, and learn about the sublime event that is known as the “Castine Experience”. Information on registration and the scholarship program will be available. [more info]

Silent Auctions – Stop by to view and bid on one or more of many items so generously donated to the Guild. There will be bargains.

Free Crafting: Sunday 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Families are welcome to participate in the free crafting period to create a special miniature item.

Live Auction

East Ballroom, Saturday 5:00pm – 7:00pm

At the close of the sales room, join friends in Ballroom C for the IGMA Live Auction. The auction is one of the primary fundraisers for the International Guild of Miniature Artisans. Purchases at this auction help support the wide range of educational and other programs sponsored by the Guild.

IGMA Annual Meeting

East Ballroom, Sunday 8:30am – 10:00am

Attend the Annual Meeting in Ballroom C to let your voice be heard and help us celebrate all of the dedicated individuals who volunteer their services to make IGMA the wonderful organization that it is.

Contact Information

Carol Block
Guild Show Coordinator
guildshow@igma.org

Dealer List

Acquisto Silver, Pete Acquisto (F)
Aminithing, Ann Pennypacker (G)
Anderson Originals, Maggie Anderson (A)
Artistic Florals, Arlene Finkelstein (G)
Barbara Wilson Fine Art, Barbara Wilson (A)
Botiny Miniatures, Alexandra Glass (G)
Bubba's Mini Country Cupboards, Barbara Vajnar (A)
Cashmere's Collectables, Jack Cashmere (G)
Crescente Miniature Designs, Frank Crescente (A)
Dawn's Miniature Delights, Dawn Casey (G)
Demi-Tasse Miniatures, Lee-Ann Chellis Wessel (F)
Diane Paone Designs, Diane Paone (A)
Fern Vasi Dolls, Fern Vasi
Gallery of the Guild (A/F)
Ginger Landon Siegel, Ginger Landon Siegel (G)
Goliath Miniatures, John Kubish (A)
Jane Graber Pottery, Jane Graber (A)
Japan Miniature Artisan Guild
Jeannie Lindquist, Jeannie Lindquist (A)
Karen Aird Miniatures, Karen Aird (G)
Karon Cunningham Miniatures, Karon Cunningham (G)
Kazako Nakamura, Kazako Nakamura (A)
Lilliput Land, Marty Stark (G)
Lockwood Tower Miniatures (G)
Longefellowes Designs, Bev Gelfand(G)
Looking Glass Miniature, Jennifer Osmond Hatt
Lovely Things, Eileen Cohen (G)
Lumenations by Mr. K., Tim Kraft (A)
Marilyn Crockett, Marilyn Crockett  (A)
Mark Murphy, Mark Murphy (F)
Mary McGrath, Mary McGrath (F)
Miniature by Masako, Masako Sharra (A)
McBay Miniatures, Marcia McClain (F)
Mike Barbour Dolls, Mike Barbour (G)
Bev Gelfand
Mini Stitches, Annelle Ferguson (F)
Miniature Miniatures, Nell Corkin (F)
M-M-Minis, Monica Graham (A)
Pat Hartman, Pat Hartman (F)
Patricia Richards Miniatures, Patricia Richards (F)
Peter Kendall, Peter Kendall (F)
Phyllis Hawkes Studio, Phyllis Hawkes (F)
Precious Little Things, Faith Rogers (G)
Rohit's Miniatures, Rohit Khanna (G)
Ron Stetkewicz, Ron Stetkewicz (G)
Sally Manwell Miniatures, Sally Manwell (F)
Sandra Wall Rubin, Sandra Wall Rubin (F)
Sharon Harbison Miniature Food, Sharon Harbison (G)
Small Beginnings, Lissa Loosemore (G)
Small Creations by Mzia, Mzia Dsamia (G)
Smaller than Life, Pete and Pam Boorum (A/A)
Spotlight Miniatures/Source Reports, Ed Mabe & Eve Karoblis (A/A)
Stewart Dollhouse Creations, Ruth Stewart (G)
Stitches 'n Things, Carol Block/Sue Krzysko (G/G)
Studebaker Miniatures, Bill and Barbara Studebaker (A/A)
Sue Veeder, Sue Veeder (F)
Sue's Originals by Sue Satterlee, Sue Satterlee (G)
Talley's Turnings, Jim Talley (G)
Teresa Layman Designs, Teresa Layman (F)
The Dollhouse Factory, Bill Murphy
The Little Dollhouse Company, Maria Fowler
True 2 Scale, Carol M Kubrican (G)
Two's Company, Jennifer Ellis (G)
Weazilla, Jessica Wiesel
White Horse Miniatures, Deb Mackie (A)
Wright Guide Miniatures, Grover Ledyard

Hotel Information and Directions

Reservations

The special IGMA room rate for the 2016 show is $145/night. Click here to make reservations. This rate is available for 8/2/16 - 8/8/16 and can be booked until 7/12/16 as long as rooms are still available.

Location

The Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe is located in Teaneck, New Jersey at the junction of I-80 and I-95.  The hotel is 17 miles north of Newark Liberty International Airport. Parking at the hotel is free and plentiful. 

Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe
Teaneck, NJ
100 Frank W. Burr Blvd.
Teaneck, NJ 07666
201.836.0600

 

Driving Directions

NJ Turnpike North to Exit 18W.  Follow signs for I-95 North (local lanes).  Take Exit 70 and follow signs for Teaneck (Exit 70B).  From George Washington Bridge follow signs to I-95 South (local lanes) to Exit 70 (Teaneck).  Hotel is at the juncture of Route 80 and I-95.

Driving Directions From New England Areas

Take your favorite route to I-287 West to cross over the Tappen Zee Bridge.  Go South on the Garden State Parkway to I-80 East.  Go North on I-95 to Exit 70 A-B.  Turn left at the end of the ramp to the hotel.  The Marriott Glenpointe is at the intersection of I-80 and I-95.

If you are flying

If you are flying in for the 2016 Guild Show, the Newark Liberty International Airport (ERW) is the most convenient and economical. Teaneck Taxi and Rochelle Limo (information list below) also have service to and from the hotel and LaGuardia and JFK. There are discounts if reservations are booked on line.

Teaneck Taxi
201-836-8282
201-986-1700
www.teanecktaxi.com

Rochelle Limo
201-880-7658
201-880-7659
www.rochellelimo.com

Transportation from Manhattan

Transportation from Manhattan to the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe is easy.  New Jersey Transit Bus #167 leaves the Port Authority, Gate 210, approximately every 20 minutes weekdays, 30 minutes on Saturday and hourly on Sunday.  Please check with the driver to make sure the bus will be stopping at the Glenpointe Complex. The hotel is the first stop with the trip taking approximately 20 minutes. Bus fare, one way, is $4.50. Seniors and children is $2.05.  You can call New Jersey Transit at 973-275-5555 or visit www.njtransit.com.