About JCAA – Joondalup Community Arts Association
The Joondalup Community Arts Association (JCAA) is a volunteer non-profit organisation. The JCAA supports and nurtures local appreciation and involvement in the arts. It gives artists a way to share their works and their views with like-minded people, to learn from each other, to elevate the importance of art and artists in the local community.
The JCAA is funded by membership fees and fees it charges for hiring the JAG and workshop. The City of Joondalup generously makes the JAG available to the JCAA free of charge. In return, the JCAA manages the gallery. Government grants are sometimes available for specific JCAA projects.
Artists (or art lovers) are encouraged to become members of the JCAA. Just submit the online JCAA Membership Application Form. In response, we will send you details on how to pay the membership fee. Once received, we’ll send you your membership card which entitles you to a range of benefits.
JCAA Member Benefits
- Discounts at participating art suppliers (we’ll send you a list)
- Reduced rates to hire the JAG
- Invitations to our members’ exhibitions
- Regular newsletter
The JCAA is an incorporated body with an elected executive committee. The executive committee are unpaid volunteers. Members are encouraged to donate some of their time, efforts and skills to help make the JCAA a vibrant organisation.
The JCAA is managed by an elected committee. All positions are for a one year term. Elections are held at the Annual General Meeting held in November each year. Financial members of the JCAA are eligible to nominate for these positions and may vote at the election. The current committee members are as follows:
- Katie Gordon
- Val Shaw
- Jeff Mann, Chairman
- Sheila Ayling, Treasurer