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The California Art Club’s primary purposes are to promote the fine arts in the fields of painting, drawing, and sculpture referred to as traditional and representational art, with a special emphasis placed on the academic traditions and craftsmanship established by the Club’s founders, to produce and promote art programs and exhibitions that foster understanding, interpretation, and display of the traditional art heritage, and to furnish educational opportunities in the fine arts for the benefit of artists, scholars, collectors, and the general community for the cultural enrichment of the community and for the promotion of California history and heritage.
Founded in 1909, the California Art Club is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit organization built on the foundation of promoting and supporting contemporary-traditional fine art. As one of the oldest, largest and most active art organizations in the country, the CAC is committed to keeping traditional art alive and believe that our unique outreach programs will continue to attract new generations of artists and patrons alike.