HELP SUPPORT CAVA'S
CAVA is a volunteer organization dedicated to giving you and its nearly 200 other members throughout Chicagoland the opportunity to exhibit artwork in at least three exhibits annually in such notable venues as the Chicago Cultural Center, Evanston Art Center, Bridgeport Art Center, Beverly Arts Center, and the Leslie Wolfe Gallery in Old Town. Creating art can be a solitary occupation. CAVA creates community by providing events and opportunities for artists to come together through its salon, a member luncheon, our annual symposium, and other special events.
The volunteer board members manage these activities, and handle most of the individual tasks as well. In an effort to better provide services for you and your fellow members the board is asking for volunteer help to expand CAVA's reach, provide additional professional expertise, and to make sure our ambitious programs will serve the membership even more effectively.
Please Join a CAVA committee—Membership, Marketing, Operations, or Events. You can choose your area of interest within these committees. Board meetings are open to all members. Attend a board meeting to learn more about CAVA operations.
NEXT BOARD MEETING: Tuesday, August 18, 4:00–5:30 p.m.
LOCATION: TBD, check back for details soon.
Please consider making a donation to support the continuation of the fine work that CAVA does to provide artist members with exhibition venues and arts education. A donation of any amount, including those identified as special categories below for recognition on our website, is tax deductible.
(Nonprofit Tax ID# 36-3626396)
Suggested Donation Levels
• Bronze: donation of $100 - $249
• Silver: donation of $250 - $499 (free entry to an event and 1 year membership)
• Gold: donation of $500 - $999 (free entry to an event, 3 year membership)
• Platinum: donation of $1,000 or more (lifetime membership, free entry to all events)
Use the Pay Pal button to make a tax-deductible donation of any amount to CAVA.
Thanks to our partners and sponsors:
This program is partially supported by a
grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.