Coast Collective Art Centre CLOSED

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Coast Collective Art Society Membership


Membership is closed until further notice


Membership in the Coast Collective Art Society (CCAS) is open to everyone.  The fee is $50 + gst ($52.50) per year, non-refundable, running January – December.

Membership benefits include:

  1. Entitlement to one vote at every general or special meeting of the Society.
  2. Access to information and communications from Coast Collective including outreach opportunities such as shows, markets, events; and the ability to participate in such ‘member only’ opportunities once adjudicated.
  3. 5% discount on class fees (when available).

In previous years, the Coast Collective also offered various levels of membership for participating artists,  that is artists who sold their work through the Collective, based on volunteer hours contributed to the running of the centre. However, with the closure of the Art Centre due to COVID-19, we will be doing things a little differently in 2021.

As in the past, to participate as a vendor in events and showcases held by the Coast Collective Art Society, new members must first have their work adjudicated and accepted by the CCAS adjudication team. Once your work has been accepted, it is not necessary to be adjudicated again unless a particular event such as a gallery show requires jurying of all work submitted.

New to 2021 will be the fee structure for events and showcases.  Participation fees and/or consignment fees will be determined for each individual event and will apply equally to all members.

Note: It is not necessary to purchase a membership before applying for adjudication.


The Coast Collective Art Society (CCAS) is a non-profit BC Society.  All members must uphold the Constitution of CCAS and comply with the Bylaws.  Members are expected to attend the Annual General Meeting, upon notification of the date by the Board of Directors. Failure to comply with the terms as outlined above may result in suspension and/or termination of membership in accordance with the BC Societies Act. Click here for Constitution and By-Laws.

Applying for Adjudication

To apply for adjudication, fill out the online form below and attach digital images of your artwork.  These will be sent to our adjudication team for jurying.  This process takes some time.  You will receive an email with a response as soon as possible.

Note:  Adjudication must be done for each genre of artwork you intend to sell,  ie. paintings, sculpture, jewelry, fibre arts, etc.


If you require more information, email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


Submission guidelines for artwork can be found here: CC SUBMISSION Guidelines

Adjudication Application

+ First File

+ Second File

+ Third File

+ Fourth File


Please wait and do not close this page until you see a confirmation that the submission is complete. This may take a few minutes, particularly if you are uploading large image files.



The Roaming Gallery provides local businesses the opportunity to grace their walls with a display of original artwork by local artists. It provides an opportunity for local artists to showcase their work in more venues around town on an exclusive basis for 2-3 months at a time.
Pieces are offered for sale and the customer contacts the Artist directly to arrange the transaction. A 15% finders fee is payable to CCAS after a sale is completed.
Artists work 1 on 1 with the businesses and the RG Coordinator manages the logistics of who goes where and when.



The Art Space program at the Juan de Fuca Rec Centre provides the opportunity to bring your art out into the community. The art display changes every two – three months.

Pieces are offered for sale and the customer contacts the Artist directly to arrange the transaction. A 15% finders fee is payable to CCAS after a sale is completed.

The Art Space Coordinator emails artists ahead of time, artists meet at JDF at the appointed time to pick up their work, drop off new work and possibly stay to help hang the next show.