Benefits of Membership
- fibreline quarterly magazine
- fibernet internet-based discussion group
- Meetings and social days through our Branches and Groups
- Social days closer to you? Some regional groups are already under development
- A wide range of workshops, held in Brisbane and Sydney
- Discount card
- Challenges and swaps
- Sales opportunities
- Outstanding Student Award - only financial members of ATASDA can nominate students
Apply to join ATASDA today!
Types of Membership
One person, residing in Australia
One person, residing in Australia, who is a pensioner or a full-time student. Note: a Seniors Card does not qualify. ID must be sighted, or a photocopy provided, when joining and renewing.
Up to five members of one household in Australia. All individuals must be named on the Membership Application. One individual must be nominated to hold voting rights. Family Membership receive a single copy of each fibreline issue.
A primary or secondary school in Australia. School Membership entitles each school to receive a single copy of each issue of fibreline. All students of the school and up to two teachers may participate in ATASDA member activities at membership rates. One teacher must be nominated to hold voting rights. The teachers must be named on the member application or renewal form.
One person, reside outside of Australia.
Note: all amounts are in Australian dollars.
For new members there is a joining fee of $10, in addition to the annual membership fee.
Note: All membership payments made by credit card will incur a surcharge of 2.5% at the time of processing.
Membership - Branches and Groups
All members of ATASDA are members of the national organisation and are able to participate in member activities such as attending meetings and enrolling in workshops in all branches and regional groups. In special circumstances there may be restrictions in numbers (for example, in focus groups), or by geographical area (for example, in exhibiting due to policies of a regional gallery).
To participate and contribute in the organisation of a branch (for example, speaking or voting at a branch meeting), the member must first provide a signed application to join the branch. There is no additional membership fee.
ATASDA, its committees, branches, groups and members are bound by the Constitution - download the PDF below to read the current version.
Constitution Sept 2015 (288 KB)