Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
A Special Interest Group (SIG) consists of IACC members who share a common interest in a particular topic or area within photography. These groups meet to discuss, view images, and informally teach and learn about their shared area of interest. They may also be involved as a group in hands-on photography in the area of interest in an outing or workshop environment.
Each SIG is unique, and its activities may include:
SIGs supplement, not replace, organized IACC outings and workshops.
You must be an IACC member to belong to a SIG, and all SIG members need to re-register for their SIGs at the start of a new season.
Additional information about SIGs can be found in the SIG Policy document (below). It addresses details of the function and organization of the SIGs, as well as the relationship between IACC and the individual SIGs.