There are several membership categories that cover those with an interest in art but have no practical background through to the artist of high competence and professional ability.
FRIENDS OF THE SOCIETY
comprises people who wish to express their interest in a practical fashion by involvement in some aspects of the Society functions. This may be through attending functions such as the opening of exhibitions, assisting in the catering needs, participating in the manual tasks of preparation and hanging of exhibitions, and helping in administrative jobs such as mail-outs and photocopying.
are welcomed for many reasons – the Society always needs new ideas and the injection of new approaches and updated methods. They bring information about changed educational and training methods from colleges, and their submission of works give visual statements of innovative approaches to art.
are those who are working artists, whether or not they are professional or amateur practitioners. They may be graduates or have achieved a level of collegiate or other formal training, or have personally developed their skills.
is automatically granted to Practising Members when three entries for exhibitions have been given Awards of Merit.
are awarded to Associates who have submitted a range of their works accompanied by Curriculum Vitae and other supporting evidence they believe warrants their advancement to Fellow.
may be awarded to members who have given outstanding service to the Society. Distinguished supporters of the Society or of the visual arts may also be granted Honorary Membership.
Joining fee - $20
Students - $25
Practising Members - $60
Friends of the Society - $20
RSASA MEMBERS WEBSITES
Fellow of the RSASA. Irish artist now living in Adelaide; winner of RSASA inaugural portrait exhibition 2013
Kon Heyer, a painting and sculpture artist working in a wide variety of media.
Roger Hjorleifson, sculptor and Fellow of the RSASA.
Trish Hoskin Photography
The photographic portfolio of Trish Hoskin, Fellow of the RSASA.
South Australian visual artist specializing in equine art and nature in its many forms.
Heather Lorenzon FRSASA: Portraits, landscape using mixed media.
Penny Maclaren mainly specialises in drawing and painting.
Mixed Media Artist and Fellow of the RSASA.
A colourful artist of nature and her surronds.
oil painter and Fellow of the RSASA.
an artist working with drawing and painting.
Richard Rogers, acrylic painter.
Fantasy Art by Emerson Ward.
mostly drawing and printmaking.