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ATADA News Policy

Including Advertising Policy

ATADA News (ISSN 2162-2094) is published quarterly in the winter (deadline January 1), spring (deadline April 1), summer (deadline July 1), and fall (deadline October 1) by the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, 215 Sierra SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, USA. The opinions of contributors and advertisers are not necessarily those of ATADA.

Subscription Rates: Individuals and Institutions (USA) $20 per annum, free of extra charge to Members, Museum Members, and Associates . Foreign, please inquire.

Subscription Information: is provided at

Membership Information: Please fill in the web form at

Single Issues: A single copy of the current issue will be sent to non-subscribers free of charge. A few copies of recent back issues are available at $5 each. Contact Alice Kaufman at or phone (415) 927-3717 for details.

Copyright: Copyright 2011 Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA) and/or the artists whose works are depicted . All Rights Reserved.

Policy Statement: ATADA was established in 1988 as a member-based organization. Its goal is to represent professional dealers of antique tribal art, set ethical and professional standards for their trade and provide public education concerning the broad role of tribal art in the range of human experience. ATADA members are pledged to work as honest brokers, to guarantee the authenticity of their material and to provide the buying public with the available information on the age, integrity and collection history of the objects they sell. ATADA sponsors publications, conducts seminars, provides legal information and access to insurance. We actively monitor and publicize governmental regulations and legislative actions that concern the trade, display and ownership of tribal art. To attain its objectives, ATADA seeks input from other organizations and individuals with similar interests.

The ATADA Foundation is a separate, non-profit IRS 501(c)(3) entity dedicated to enhancing awareness and knowledge of the world's tribal arts, both antique and contemporary. Toward that end, the Foundation offers grants to support specific projects that advance its goal. For more information on the ATADA Foundation go to

Advertising: Advertisements are accepted from non-members and members at ATADA's discretion. ATADA makes no warranties or guarantees with regard to items advertised unless the advertiser is a member of ATADA, in which case each member guarantee the title and authenticity of his material. Ads are accepted for full-pages (11" high x 8-1/2" wide) and half-pages (5-1/2" high x 8-1/2" wide).

Ad Format: All ads must be 300 dpi, full color (CMYK), copy ready, with a 1/4" border for bleed all around, and submitted in .pdf or .tiff format. Submit to prior to the above deadlines. Rates in 2013 are $400 per insertion for full pages inside front and back covers, full pages elsewhere in interior are $250 per insertion, and half pages (interior only) are $150 per insertion. Specific locations may be reserved in advance (on a space available basis only) but must be paid in advance on a full year basis at a 10% discount from the above rates.


Alice Kaufman, Executive Director
82 Madrone Ave.
Larkspur, CA 94939
(415) 927-3717


Lawrence Cornelius, ATADA Treasurer
PO Box 45628
Rio Rancho, NM 87174
or phone (505) 823-4560 with credit card information

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