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American Society of Botanical Artists
The ASBA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of contemporary botanical art, to honoring its traditions, and to furthering its development.

American Watercolor Society
Founded in 1866 to promote the art of watercolor painting in America. Still going strong. See the membership's watercolor art.

Artists Helping Children
is a non-profit foundation that seeks to enhance the quality of life for sick, abused, or neglected children. These children, burdened by circumstances outside their control, often live in the most sterile and uninviting environments. By painting murals and creating other art for and with the children, we create an enriching and happy atmosphere to encourage their emotional and physical healing and well-being.

Barefoot Artists
A nonprofit arts organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that uses the power of art to transform impoverished communities. Barefoot Artists aims to train and empower local residents, organize communities, and take action for a more compassionate, just and sustainable (better) future.

Center for Photographic Art in Carmel
is a non-profit center, with wonderful exhibits ranging from Ansel Adams to Andre Kertesz. They also support local emerging artists as well.

is the Center for Research in Computing & the Arts located at the University of CA in San Diego. CRCA existed to foster collabortive working relationships among artists, scientists, and technologists by identifying and promoting projects in which common research interests may be advanced through the use of computers.

Colorado Watercolor Society
The Colorado Watercolor Society is an organization dedicated to upholding the highest standards and principles of art and to promote, encourage, educate and foster an interest in fine art in all media, especially watercolor.

The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA)
The mission of the FCA is to advance the knowledge and appreciation of art and culture to all Canadians, offering education, exhibition and communication in the Visual Arts, and to support and promote emerging to professional member artists.

Graphic Artists Guild
is a national union of illustrators, designers, web creators, production artists, surface designers and other creatives who have come together to pursue common goals, share their experience, raise industry standards, and improve the ability of visual creators to achieve satisfying and rewarding careers.

the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center at Georgia Tech.

Html Writers Guild
is the world's largest international organization of Web authors and exists to assist members in developing and enhancing their capabilities as web authors. They compile and publicize information about standards, practices, techniques, competency, and ethics as applied to web authoring and contribute to the development of the web and web technical standards and guidelines.

The International Guild of Realism
Their primary mission is to advance realism in fine art through museum exhibitions, art gallery shows, workshops and education programs conducted by our members, marketing support, and internet exposure.

The National Watercolor Society
The National Watercolor Society is one of the oldest non-profit artist-led societies in the United States. Our mission - encouraging innovation in watermedia through education, outreach, and exhibitions - promote the advancement of watermedia and inspire the next generation of watermedia artists.

Oil Painters of America
OPA is the first national organization to be established for the sole purpose of representing traditional, representational oil painters. OPA membership currently stands at 3,400 artists and was founded in 1991 by Shirl Smithson primarily to focus attention on the lasting value of fine drawing, color, composition and the appreciation of light.

SAW Video Médiathèque
An innovative website that streams 500 independent films and videos by Canadian media artists. A fantastic resource for curators, educators, researchers and artists.

VSAarts of Rhode Island
A nonprofit organization creating a society where all people with disabilities can learn through, participate in and enjoy the arts.

Western Federation of Watercolor Societies
The Western Federation of Watercolor Societies was founded in 1974 by the New Mexico Watercolor Society through the foresight and work of Dr. David Gale (1915-1980). Today WFWS includes over 5000 artists in eleven societies. Our mission is to encourage and recognize artistic excellence and promote the visibility of watercolor in the West.