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Canadian Aerospace Artists Association includes a group of artists, aviation historians, art collectors, photographers and who all share a love of aviation and art and history.CAAA maintains a collegial atmosphere, caters a wide range styles and abilities, facilitates exchange of techniques and ideas , public exhibitions of aviation art, promoting of Canadian aviation art on-line through this website and Facebook .strengthens and maintains ties between Canadian aviation and aviation artists heritage institutions and organizations. keeps the members informed about display opportunities, business practices and art, aviation history through the e-mail and newsletter. Provides opportunities for aviation artists to get together to learn from each other and discuss their work.The CAAA provides members with an opportunity to participate and to display their work in exhibits on their website, it does not directly promote, market or sell members' artwork.The CAAA was established in 1997, despite the fact that its beginning can truly be followed back to 1984. That is the point at which the Canadian Roundel Wings Association held a presentation of contemporary Canadian Aviation craftsmanship at Mirabel to honor both the 60th commemoration of the RCAF and the 75th commemoration of controlled flight in Canada. In the 1990's the point at which the Canadian Aviation Museum, now the Canada Aviation and Space Museum (CASM) started holding customary avionics craftsmanship appears, large portions of these same craftsmen took part and began considering framing an association around their normal interest. On June 1, 1997, the principal yearly tradition of the Canadian Aviation Art Association (CAAA)- Association des Arts de l'Aviation Canadienne (AAAC)* was held at the RCAF Memorial Museum (now the National Air Force Museum of Canada)in Trenton, Ontario. The race of the official board of trustees and territorial organizers was held and the official logo, name and constitution were embraced. Compelling June 3 the name was changed to the Canadian Aviation Artists Association.Read More»