Who We Are...
The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) was founded in 1941 by a group of influential artists including Group of Seven luminary, Lawren Harris. The FCA is a not-for-profit organization that shares and promotes the passion and peasure of the visual arts through exhibition, education and community. This prestigious organization provides many services to elevate artists and their art for all to appreciate.
The Federation's Peace River Chapter is a regional community of professional and semi-professional artists and art lovers. It's 34 supporting and active members reside in Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Chetwyn, Tumbler Ridge, Beaverlodge, Grande Prairie and surrounding communities.
The Peace River Chapter of the FCA (PRFCA) organizes two local juried exhibitions annually, chapter meetings and workshops.
We provide networking opportunities and support for our artists in the BC and Alberta Peace Country outside and in addition to the programming that takes place from the FCA head office in Vancouver, BC
If you're looking to take part in Chapter activities, you must be a member with the Federation first.
There are several levels of membership:
Supporting - available to artists and art lovers wishing to support the group, attend PRFCA events and workshops.
Active - Successfully juried Active Members can submit to PRFCA chapter and National FCA shows. Must first be a supporting member.
Signature Status - (AFCA, SFCA)- recognizes outstanding quality of work. Signature Status applications are juried once a year. Must first be an active member.
New members are always welcome.