Scenes of Tustin 2011, presented by Chemers Gallery and the Tustin Art League
California Art Club (CAC)
One of the oldest, largest and most active art organization in the US, CAC is an educational non-profit organization built on the foundation of promoting and supporting contemporary-traditional fine art and is committed to keeping traditional art alive.
Laguna Plein Air Painters Association (LPAPA)
LPAPA builds upon and promotes the renowned landscape painting heritage of Laguna Beach and enhances the visibility and livelihoods of its artists through the presigious Plein Air Invitational and other programs.
Metal Arts Society of Southern California (MASSC)
Serving the needs and interests of artists and designers who are engaged in making craft works by providing an exchange of information on such issues as producing, teaching, exhibiting and marketing.
Southern California Plein Air Painters Association (SoCalPAPA)
First known as "The Friday Group," SCPAPA is made up of beginning art school students, leisure and professional painters who share a dedication to representing the southern California landscape within their paintings.
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI)
One of the largest existing organizations for writers and illustrators in the fields of children's literature, magazines, film, television and multimedia.
Tustin Area Council for Fine Art (TACFA)
Provides funding and administers programs which expand the arts in the Tustin community, such as The Art Masters Program and Broadway in the Park.
Tustin Art League (TAL)
A TACFA program, TAL is an organization of visual artists whose purpose is to provide a venue for information, exposure and growth of each member.
United Socity of Pastel Artists (USPA)
Seeking to promote the art of soft pastel painting through open communication with members and presentations by respected artists.