What is a Special Interest Group (SIG)?
A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a group of Images Alberta Camera Club members who have similar interests (e.g., particular topic, subject area, type of equipment, technique, approach, activities) within the larger field of photography. SIGs give these members the opportunity to communicate with each other, have meetings, and/or carry out activities together, outside the context of IACC regular meetings and activities. You must have a current IACC membership to belong to a SIG.
What Do SIGs Do?
Each SIG is unique, and some SIGs have chosen to:
How Do I Join an Existing SIG?
E-mail the IACC SIG Chair.
How Do I Start a New SIG?
Contact the IACC SIG Chair. Starting a SIG is as simple as finding other club members who share your interests, and deciding what you would like to do. The Chair can offer organizational help, and can send out e-mails to the membership advertising new SIGs.
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Updated June 19, 2017