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CAA Member Meeting Kicks Off ATA Program

Our November 14th meeting at the Concord Library was a fun and productive gathering. John Nakanishi led everyone into the world of Artist Trading Cards (ATAs), explaining the philosophy and how to make them before handing out supplies so we could make our own. These little 2.5" x 3.5" works of art are created in the spirit of trade, and by meeting's end, we all took home several small works by CAA members under the theme "O Tannenbaum," to begin our collections.

CAA will be hosting an ongoing ATA program for all interested members--look for more information in the December newsletter.

Sharon Petersen's ATAs

Carrie Vanhouten hosted the mini art show, and our winners shared their works and how they came to be. Our next in-person meeting will be in Spring, 2024--we hope to see you there!

Mini-art Show winners Lisa McElroy, Diane Oles, Natalie Gamble

Reminder: Saturday, November 25, from 11am to 4pm, is the Small Business Saturday Art & Craft Pop-up Sale in Pacheco Square, 2151 Salvio St., across from Todos Santos Plaza in downtown Concord. Come shop for gifts and art made by CAA members and tell your friends to support local artists by shopping small. The sale will coincide with an artist's reception for the CAA Celebrate! show at Visit Concord, in the Square. The reception is from 1-3pm.

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