ABOUT USThe Frederick County Art Association (FCAA) is a not-for-profit organization committed to encouraging artistic growth and exposure within its membership and to promoting community interest and participation in the visual arts. FCAA members enjoy guest speakers and opportunities for group exhibitions and social events. To join us, download an application. Dues are $30 from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31 and $15 from July 1 through Dec, 31.
FCAA in 2017Our winter members show was held in January at the Delaplaine.
Two TED Talk videos featuring artists discussing their work was presented at the February meeting, complete with drinks, popcorn, and candy.
Our first pop-up store hosted art, music, and poetry at Le Parc bistro in March.
On April 10, Elisabeth Vismans will lead a complimentary hands-on intuitive painting class. Come meet some new people and bring a friend.
There will be a summer members show at Frederick Community College from June 10 - July 10.
You'll want to clean out your studios because June's meeting will be a YArt Sale. You can bring items to sell or offer for a free-will donation to the FCAA. There will also be time for a "show and tell," with artists bringing in one current piece to share.
There will be an annual picnic this summer. The date is host's choice.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend all members meetings. They are at 7:00 p.m. at The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Maryland.
Check out our Facebook page for details on other upcoming activities.
COMMUNITYThe Frederick County Art Association has donated $1,000 to The Elizabeth Barker Delaplaine Award for Young Artists. For more information click here.
For years, our annual Student Art Awards recognized and encouraged talented Frederick County high school seniors who planned to continue their art studies.
As an organization we support The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center and are represented on its Board through the Alliance, a group of art organizations whose representatives meet regularly to be updated and to discuss the activities and concerns of the Delaplaine.