Next Meeting: Tuesday, December 6
Information about the MAA
To find out more about who we are and what we do, have a look at our Brochure or MAA Bylaws. The Manotick Art Association (MAA) is a non-profit organization with a mission to support, encourage and foster the development of artists within the Rideau Valley area.
Many exciting activities and events are planned for the upcoming year – we invite you to browse through our site and get to know more about MAA and our talented artists.
Guests are welcome at any regular meeting.
7:30 to 9:30pm, usually the first Tuesday of the month from September through June. For upcoming events see Schedule.
Tomkins Hall, lower level of St. James Anglican Church
1138 Bridge St.
Always informative and a chance to socialize with fellow artists, the meetings begin with MAA business, announcements of interest and a welcome to new members. After a brief break for refreshments, our featured guest speaker, chosen from various disciplines in the art world, will give a presentation.
At one of the meetings during the year, we arrange for a critique of members' artwork by a local prominent artist. Get-togethers in June and December are potluck socials and there are no meetings during July and August.
Directions to St. James' Anglican Church
From the east side of the Rideau River, take River Road towards Manotick. At Mitch Owens Road, turn west on to Bridge Street. After crossing the second bridge, St. James' Anglican Church will be on your left.
From the west side of the Rideau River, take Rideau Valley Drive into the village of Manotick. Turn east on to Bridge Street. St. James' Anglican Church will be on your right.
From HWY 416, take exit #57 Bankfield Road east. Continue east towards Manotick crossing Prince of Wales Drive (old highway 16). At the end of Bankfield Road, turn right on to Rideau Valley Drive into the village of Manotick, and then turn left on to Bridge Street (first set of traffic lights). St. James' Anglican Church will be on your right.
There is plenty of free parking at the church or on nearby streets.
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