Claude Provencher, Senior Associate in Provencher_Roy, was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts at a ceremony attended by 2014 academicians and previously elected members. The ceremony took place at the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton at the annual President’s Dinner on May 17.
The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is an honourary organization of over 790 established professional artists and designers from all regions of Canada. Members practice in more than thirty visual arts disciplines including but not limited to painting, print-making, architecture, sculpture, design, photography, ceramics, film, video, and digital art.
With members nominated and elected by their peers the RCA has, since 1880, come to represent many of Canada’s most distinguished visual artists and designers. The objectives of the RCA are to encourage, improve, promote, support and cultivate the visual arts through its many activities. The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is incorporated federally as a non-profit corporation and has a charitable designation as a national arts organization.