Join the Folsom Arts Association
Cultivating and supporting art appreciation is the force guiding our association. The diversity of arts in our group leads to spirited discussions with lots of laughs. We’re a group that enjoys getting together. Join in the fun!
Membership benefits include the following:
Monthly Art Demonstrations: Every second Thursday of each month at The Gallery at 48 Natoma in Folsom at 6:00 p.m. Click for demo details.
Art Camps: Camps with time well spent with fellow artists creating your own works of art. Click for information on the next art camp.
Workshops: Learn from inspiring artists who enjoy sharing their knowledge and techniques in a workshop. Check the website for upcoming workshops.
Members Shows: The opportunity to exhibit your artwork in a Folsom gallery (The Gallery at 48 Natoma and Harris Center Bank of America Gallery). A “members only” newsletter will be sent when the next show is scheduled.
Museum Bus Trips: Organized trips to see art exhibits in the bay area (de Young and Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art). Details regarding a scheduled trip will be sent in a newsletter or found online.
Facebook: We have created a new Facebook Group for our members called “FAA Staying Connected.” Members can share what they have been doing and any artwork they are creating. It is another excellent way to stay connected with our members.
Website: Showcase your artwork and share information about upcoming art shows, and promote art classes, workshops, and other art-related events. Contact the FAA for more information.
FAA Newsletters: Receive information about upcoming events and art classes by FAA members or sponsored by the FAA. Members will also receive “members only” invitations to members’ shows, the Christmas Dinner, and special events.
Membership Dues: Membership fees are $25.00 for individuals and $40.00 for families – paid annually in January.
JOIN THE FAA OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP! Register and pay online.
Thank you to everyone who has made the FAA what it is today.