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
CAA Meeeting 2017
November 17 (1:30-4 pm)

CAA Meeetings 2018*
January 26
March 23
May 18 (annual meeting)
September 28
November 30


Pop-up Boutique

November 17, 2017


Gerald Brommer

Workshop

November 11, 2017


Malka Nedivi

Guest artist

January 26, 2018



Exhibit at San Fernando Arts and Cultural Center, Gerald Brommer, Juror

"Collage & Effect"  October 24 - November 11, 2017


Exhibit at Topanga Canyon Gallery, Melinda Smith Altshuler, Juror

"A Little Bit of Madness", January 31 - February 18, 2018


*Meetings are held on Fridays. Doors open 10:30 am. Meeting 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Guests are welcome. Suggested guest donation $5.00.
San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center, 18312 Oxnard Streeet, Tarzana CA 91356

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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 your 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.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/collageartistsofamerica/

Next Meeting

Friday, January 26, 2017

Guest artist: Malka Nedivi


 Malka's Website          

 Malka Nedivi’s Youtube, “Home” 

 Malka Nedivi is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. She was born in Rehovot, Israel in 1952, an only child to parents who survived the Holocaust and emigrated from Poland. Studying Theater and Literature at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, she directed plays and taught theater. In 1980 she moved to Los Angeles with her husband and son to study film at UCLA. She worked as an Assistant Editor from 1987-1992. 

In 2015 Malka had a successful solo show at the National Council of Jewish Women. In 2012 she had a solo exhibition at BOA Art Gallery in Los Angeles and in 2013 she was featured in the LA Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Malka was also chosen as one of the top ten Southern California Contemporary Artists from Israel at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Recently, Malka has had write-ups in the Beverly Press, Jewish Journal, Diversions LA, Filling the Negative Space, Tribe Journal, Trebuchet Magazine and Huffington Post.

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