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ami logo Association of Medical Illustrators

The Association of Medical Illustrators is an international organization founded in 1945. Its members are primarily artists who create material designed to facilitate the recording and dissemination of medical and bioscientific knowledge through visual communication media. Members are involved not only in the creation of such material, but also serve in consultant, advisory, educational and administrative capacities in all aspects of bioscientific communications and related areas of visual education. The AMI is dedicated to enhancing the professionalism and abilities of its members, and serving society by advancing education and communication in medicine and health-related fields.
[source: www.ami.org]
gnsi logo Guild of Natural Science Illustrators

Founded at the Smithsonian Institution in 1968, the Guild has grown to become part of the global community. It is a non-profit organization that sets high professional standards, provides opportunities for professional and scholarly development, encourages and assists member networking, and promotes itself to potential clients and the general public.
[source: www.gnsi.org]
bpmi logo ISU Biological & Pre-Medical Illustration

Iowa State's interdepartmental undergraduate BPMI major is designed for students who want to combine their interests and aptitudes in science and art. The major prepares students for careers in biological illustration or graduate education in medical illustration elsewhere. Graduates in BPMI enter fields such as biocommunications, environmental display design, scientific illustration, museum display design, and various areas in the publishing industry
[source: bpmi.iastate.edu]
icc logo Interactive Composition Corporation

Interactive Composition Corporation is a thirty-year-old book, journal, and multimedia publishing services company specializing in technical and scientific material. As a full-service supplier we handle everything from LaTeX, Quark, and FrameMaker composition to technical illustration, editorial services, and eBook conversion.
[source: www.iccorp.com]
guild logo Graphic Artists Guild

The Graphic Artists Guild is a national union of illustrators, designers, web creators, production artists, surface designers and other creatives who have come together to pursue common goals, share their experience, raise industry standards, and improve the ability of visual creators to achieve satisfying and rewarding careers.
[source: www.gag.org]
TCANlogo.gif Tillamook County Arts Network

This site represents many facets of our cultural community. From artists to artist-owned businesses, from performance facilities to art institutes, this site illuminates the wealth of creative self-expression that helps fuel the soul of Tillamook County. We hope this site will be used to facilitate communication between local artists, help link the arts and other aspects of the community and to open doors of opportunity to festivals, exhibits, education/mentoring programs and community projects as the arts continue to flourish in Tillamook County.
[source: http://www.tillamookcountyarts.org]
BCAClogo.jpg Bay City Arts Center

We are located in a beautiful old Masonic Temple, built in 1927, and for the last six years, the old growth wooden beams and golden fir floors have been filled with the resonance of violins, guitars, singing, dancing, drumming, monk's chanting, children laughing and the silence before heartfelt applause. Please consider this your Center, and we promise to stick our necks out, listen, respond, open our doors to your ideas, stay crazy, encourage creative expressions, support community building, and help keep it all alive. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 membership based organization. Our operating funds come from membership dues, fundraising dinners, ticket sales, pancake breakfasts, occasional grants and private donations.
[source: http://www.baycityartscenter.org]
nblogo.gif History of Netarts

Netarts is a small community situated at the mouth of the Netarts Bay. The earliest Tillamook Indian settlement in the county was in the Netarts area believed to be in the early 1400's. The name "Ne ta at" meant "near the water". The first white settlement of Netarts Bay was in 1863.
[source: www.oregoncoast.com/Netarts]
WEBSlogo.jpg Netarts Bay Today on the Oregon Coast

Netarts and Netarts Bay - where riches are discovered daily - riches you can't get just anywhere, and once discovered, are yours forever. Perhaps it's sighting a bald eagle cruising Netarts Bay, or hundreds of brown pelicans diving from the air to feed on fish near the bay's surface. Or it's visiting the Tillamook County villages of Oceanside and Netarts with only the sound of the sea in your ears. It could be that special campsite at Cape Lookout State Park, spotting gray whales from Cape Meares State Park, or taking that award-winning photo as fingers of fog drift across the sunlight over the bay. Maybe it's pulling up the biggest Dungeness crab you've ever seen, spotting sea lions on Three Arch Rocks, or being eye to eye with a great blue heron as you paddle your kayak on Netarts Bay. Whether leisurely strolling along trail or beach, or discovering a great dinner or coffee spot, those riches are all around you BETWEEN THE CAPES - rich in beauty, rich in history, rich in experiences you won't forget.
[source: http://netartsbaytoday.org]
lighthouselogo.jpg Cape Meares Lighthouse

The lighthouse was commissioned on January 1, 1890. The tower stands 38 feet high and is the shortest lighthouse in the state. It is constructed of bricks (made right on site at a cost of $2,900) with iron plates (made in Portland and shipped by wagon) covering it. The original addition that now houses the interpretive shop was built in 1895 - the current interpretive shop replaced the original work room in 1978.
[source: http://www.capemeareslighthouse.org/]
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