American Society of Contemporary Artists An Exhibiting Organization of Painters, Sculptors and Graphic Artists for over 90 Years

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established over ninety years ago, asca provides its members opportunities to exhibit and sell their art.

networking and community are also part of the American Society of Contemporary Artists experience. At its various receptions, meetings, and studio visits, exchanges of ideas and friendships occur, adding to the vitality of the organization. By exhibiting, selling, and connecting with other artists, the needs of the painter, sculptor, and printmaker are met.

American Society of Contemporary Artists

among the American Society of Contemporary Artists membership of about one hundred artists are curators, critics, teachers, and members of other important art organizations.

Anita Adelman
Mihai Caranica
Georgina Cray Bart
Esther Berman
Marcia Bernstein
Stephen Beveridge
Dominick Botticelli
Nikolai Buglaj
Linda Butti
Yanka Cantor
Rose-Marie Cherundolo
Lisa Collado
Eleanor Comins
Jeremy Comins
Edward Davin
Elvira Dimitrij
María de Echevarría
Harriet FeBland
Gordon Gilbert
Sondra Gold
Eleanor Goldstein
David Green
Brentano A. Haleen
Gladys Hanft
Sachie Hayashi
Helen Henry
Esther Ibisch
Rose Sigal Ibsen
Janet Indick
Susan Jacobs
Erin Stukey Johnson
Erin Karp
Richard Karp
Hortense Kassoy
Fumiko Kitada
Olga Kitt
Olivia Koopalethes
Helen Levin
Estelle Levy
Annette Lieblein
Frank Mann
Leanne Martinson
Basha Maryanska
Meredith McIver
Dr Judith Meyerowittz
Marie Mutz
Margo Mead
Jo-Anna Melrose
Roberta Millman-Ide
Mina Myer
Hedy O’Beil
Marian Oken
Santina Semadar Panetta
Jane Kline Petruska
Sally Pitt
Dario Puccini
Candace Raney
Lisa Robbins
Hank Rondina
Bonnie Rothchild
Gerda Roze
Joanne Beaule Ruggles
Barbara Browner Schiller
Elaine Schlossberg
Neva Setlow
Raymond Shanfeld
Isabel Shaw
Allan Simpson
Sonia Stark
Mara Szalajda
Salvatore Tagliarino
Amie Ilva Tatem
Frederick Terna
Lea Weinberg
Raymond Weinstein
Marilyn Weiss
Miriam Wills
Doris Wyman

a brief history

The American Society of Contemporary Artists (ASCA) is an exhibiting organization consisting of approximately 100 members. The works of these artists range from representational to the non-figurative, from the intensely political to the purely aesthetic. Whatever the style, purpose, or materials, the art works are always of the highest professional caliber.

The members of ASCA are professional painters, sculptors, printmakers, and other graphic artists. They have taken part in group and solo shows both here and abroad, achieving considerable distinction and maintaining the highest standards.

The Society was founded in 1917 as the Brooklyn Society of Artists. As its membership expanded to all parts of the United States, the Society restructured itself. In 1963 it adopted its current name and opened its membership to all qualified artists. Applications for membership are reviewed by a panel of artists, all of whom are members of ASCA.

The American Society of Contemporary Artists has numerous shows each year culminating in an annual exhibition. At its annual shows, the Society offers cash awards in recognition of artistic merit. ASCA is a nonprofit organization and contributions to it are tax deductible.

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American Society of Contemporary Artists

An Exhibiting Organization of Painters, Sculptors and Graphic Artists
for over 90 Years

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