Prof. Robert Mellin elected President of RCA


Published: 18May2017
Robert Mellin (right) and RCA Past-President Joseph-Richard Veilleux present the RCA Medal to arts advocate Kim Fullerton at the May 2017 RCA Annual General Assembly in Toronto

Prof. Robert Mellin has been elected President of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. The RCA is an honorary organization of 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. Some prominent Canadian architects who have served as President of the RCA include McGill Professor Percy Erskine Nobbs, John C. Parkin, and Macy DuBois.

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