About the Campbell Artists’ Guild

Filed under: on March 30, 2012 12:32 pm

Campbell Artists’ Guild was founded in the 1965 by a group of local artists and craftsmen interested in promoting and encouraging the practice and appreciation of the visual arts. The Guild’s purpose is to unite those who have an interest in art who wish to work together to promote creative expression in various arts and to foster artistic development by making available workshops, demonstrations, and discussion of common problems.

Our monthly meetings involve competitions where members submit art which vie for first, second, and third place from member votes; a demonstration by one of the many local and well known artists; along with a social time with refreshments.

We are an active group that meets the fourth Saturday of the month (*).
* No meeting in July and November
* Meeting first Saturday in December

Our monthly meetings are held at:

First Congregational Church
1980 Hamilton Avenue, San José, CA 95125
(at Leigh Avenue)

Benefits of Membership:

• Monthly Meetings
• Painting Demonstrations
• Monthly Newsletter
• Monthly Art Competitions
• Website Exposure of Members’ Work
• Annual Holiday Potluck Luncheon
• Group Art Projects
• Exhibit Opportunities within the community
• Annual Public Art Show and Reception
• Camaraderie with fellow artists

For additional inquiries, please contact Barb Overholt, our Guild Membership Chair. On the Contact Us page, you will find a form with a list of officer names. Just select Barb and submit your inquiry.

Enjoy browsing our Web site, return often to see what’s been added. We hope to see you at our next meeting.

Artworks participating in the Blue Ribbon Gallery Competition
Blue Ribbon Gallery competition

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