Welcome to the Society of Canadian Artists
Raising the profile of Canadian art by supporting Canadian artists
Art is a voice. And in Canada – where our unique diversity of language, landscape and passion nurtures the creative spirit like few other places on earth – our artists comprise a chorus. Sometimes elegant, sometimes discordant. Through sculpture and paint, video and design software, cameras and conté crayons, the creative are saying something.
Our work is beautiful. It’s unsettling. It explores darkness. It illuminates. It tells of history, rooted in our land and experience. It imagines the future, fearsome or dazzling. In a country so creatively diverse, art is an anthem. The Society of Canadian Artists wants the world to know the tune.
Officially founded in 1972 (although germinating since 1957), the Society of Canadian Artists is the young, national, non-profit artists’ organization born to foster and celebrate the visual arts in Canada. We are a collection of some of the country’s most committed traditional and new media artists andwe welcome the new, the up-and-coming and the established.
SCA 2016 Exhibition Schedule
- OnLine Exhibition - March 15 - July 15
The call for entries is now closed and we've had a good response.
Good luck to all of the entrants!
- 48th National Open
Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery - July 11 - Aug. 11
- “Be Square” 2016 Elected Members’ Exhibition,
Leyton Gallery of Fine Art, Sept. 9 - Oct. 2 Opening: September 9
We are honoured that His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, became the SCA Patron on April 2nd 2013.
Mary Pratt © Ned Pratt
With over 300 members, SCA represents art supporters and professional artists who work in a variety of styles and media. Acceptance as an Elected Member is through a process of adjudication which happens twice annually. Artists find support at all career stages, and benefits span the use of a respected designation to online promotion to participation in members-only exhibitions. Applications for Elected membership will be accepted until April 1, 2016.
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