Doll Organizations, Clubs and Groups
Top 10 Reasons To Join a Doll Club
If you love to collect dolls, there is no reason to collect alone! Here are our top 10 reasons to join a doll club!
Web site of the United Federation of Doll Clubs; a must-join organization for doll collectors. Publishes "Doll News" magazine.
An "educational resource" and council for artists creating original dolls. Membership is by review only.
International Foundation of Dollmakers, for makers of both modern and reproduction dolls.
National Antique Doll Dealers Association
Not a fancy site, but if you buy antique dolls, you should be familiar with NADDA and know what membership means for a dealer.
Just About Dolls Doll Club
Official web site for Just About Dolls, a doll club in Butte County, in Northern California.
Academy of American Doll Artists
Non-profit group promotes original one-of-a-kind doll art. Site shows member work and has membership information.
Bayou Bebes of Baton Rouge
Home of the Bayou Bebes of Baton Rouge Doll Club, from Louisiana.
Myrtle Beach Doll Show: A Report
Roving Reporter Cheryl Conrad reports on this wonderful doll show, organized by the Coastal Doll Collector Club
National Institute of American Doll Artists
NIADA is an association of original doll artists. Membership by election only; site has conference, show, and class information.
Original Paper Doll Artists Guild
Membership includes subscription to the quarterly magazine.
National Polymer Clay Guild
Many doll artists make their original dolls using polymer clay. This guild is for all crafters in the medium. Large site.
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