Some highlights of this past year include receiving a $128,000 RISCA Cultural Facilities Grant to make our pottery studio ADA compliant, a record breaking 50th Anniversary Holiday Pottery & Art Sale and winning Rhode Island Magazine’s Best Gallery in South County!
We value your membership and want you to be informed on all the art opportunities we provide and the administration of our organization.
You'll also be able to elect the slate of candidates for the SCAA Board of Directors:
Lynne Moulton, President
Michael Mosca, Vice President
Steven Bienenfeld, CPA, Treasurer
Polly Pedersen, Secretary
Nancy Vetters, Member
Come find out what we’ve been doing this past year and our future plans. We hope you will accept our invitation to join your fellow members in helping to contribute to our success as an arts organization.
Many thanks to Christine Sullivan and Paula Imbergamo for serving on the SCAA board for the past six years. Christine will be one of the Chairpersons on our Capital Campaign Committee and Paula will continue her work on the Student Exhibit Series. Thank you to Lynn Wagner, Chris Herron and Raz Cunningham who have also served on the board over the past few years. The 2022 SCAA Annual Report will be posted on our website after the Annual Meeting.
Call for Board Service
Do you love SCAA and its mission? Do you have some time to give in service to a growing, thriving nonprofit group? As a nonprofit member organization, SCAA relies on volunteers from within the membership to serve on our Board of Directors. It is the core governing structure of the Association.
Due to term limits and personal reasons over the last two years, we find ourselves with a lower number of current Board members than is best for the organization. We now have several openings for new Board candidates. Could that be you? Knowledge of nonprofit governance is preferred but is not required.
We would love to have some new Board members with financial and/or legal expertise. Board members with knowledge of historic preservation and construction would also be helpful as we manage buildings that are hundreds of years old. Board members with a wide variety of more general professional knowledge and expertise have been the backbone of the organization for decades. So, if you have the willingness to serve, you are needed and welcome to join. Artists and art-lovers are equally appreciated.
We are looking for people who are enthusiastic about SCAA’s mission and who can commit to attending our monthly meetings and being involved in some capacity at our events and on our committees.
If this interests you, please contact Jen Ferry, Executive Director for more information. We look forward to speaking with you!