Our Mission

The specific purpose of Collage Artists of America (CAA) is to promote interest and participation in, and the study, appreciation and support of, collage, assemblage and related mixed-media art by providing resources such as educational programs, instructional workshops and art exhibits to its members and the public. To further maintain ties to the community, CAA awards an annual scholarship to a deserving art student. Collage Artists of America is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

Calendar

2022 Meeting Dates   

May 20 online 

September 23 TBD

November 18 TBD


Exhibits                           

APRIL 1-30 2022, MIXED METAPHORS, Members only, online

NOVEMBER, Open Exhibit, Details to follow.

MAY 2023 CAA EXHIBIT      Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center, Burbank. Details to follow.

Meetings are held on Fridays.  Zoom opens 10:45 am. Meetings run from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. 

Pay by PayPal

The easiest way to join CAA or renew membership is to click HERE.  Online payments are also accepted for Exhibit and Workshop fees.

Artists Online
Active CAA members may edit their profile page to include a link to their collage-related website. To have your site included on the ARTISTS page, email your website URL to the Web Manager at btabachnick@csun.edu

Facebook Group

Join CAA's public Facebook group to connect with the global collage community.

Please vote if you haven't already done so. We need your vote now to meet a quorum! 

Check your email for ballot

World Collage Day

On May 14 we had a wonderful Zoom meeting with many participating artists sharing their work and tips for collage.  Check out the Video and Chat.

Video

Chat

Next Meeting

May 20, 2022, 11:00 am PST 

Guest Speaker: Suzanne Stryk



Suzanne Stryk is an artist who finds equal fascination in the natural world and the visual arts. Her conceptual nature paintings and assemblages have appeared in solo exhibitions throughout the United States, and her portfolios and related writings have been featured in Terrain.org, Orion, Ecotone, and the Kenyon Review. She is the recipient of a George Sugarman Foundation grant and a Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellowship.

Between 2011-13, she logged hundreds of hours by car, foot, and waterway to create “Notes on the State of Virginia,” a series of mixed media assemblages that revel in the beauty and history of Virginia’s diverse natural and culturally rich regions. While the artwork toured the state in museums and galleries, Stryk got to work describing he experience, which became the book The Middle of Somewhere: An Artist Explores the Nature of Virginia (Trinity University Press , 2022).

https://suzannestryk.com/

Scholarship Winner: Elizabeth Souza