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Sedalia Visual Art Association is an organization of area artists, both professional and amateur, who are dedicated to providing a forum for their artistic expression with the opportunity to learn from each other.

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   At the October 1st meeting, Chester Lux gave a demonstration of his casting process. View photos here.


Upcoming Programs for 2020

January 2 – Dr. Paula Brown
February 6 - Gary Cadwaledar, Watercolor
March 6 -
Marcy Whiplcus - Costumes
April 3
- Rick Jey
May 7 - Paul Iske - Lamps
June 4 - Haylen Smith - Collage
July 4 - Bryan Batsell - Prints
August - No Meeting - Hosting Missouri State Fair Artist Reception
September 4 – Bihi Sebastian - Painting
October 1 –Chester Lux
November 6 – NO MEETING
December – NO MEETING


Welcome to the official site of the Sedalia Visual Art Association. We are a group of artists organized to provided a forum for developing
and growing the arts in our community.

Come, join us on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the meeting room downstairs in the Central Bank of Sedalia's Annex and see what we do.


There will be no meeting for November and December. Next meeting will be January 2021.

For more information, contact us at millerscaveart@gmail.com

Coming in September

Please check back.

JCTV "Spotlight on the Arts" with Rick Jey

Interview with Gary Cadwalder
November 15, 2020, view here.

Interview with Josh Rhoads
March 3, 2020, view here.

Interview with Madge Gressley
January 9, 2019, view here.

Click here to see the JCTV interview
with Linda Hoover and Glenda Miller.


SVAA Artists on display at City Hall:

February - April: Marlis Wise & Shirley Horacek


SVAA Artists on display at Bothwell Regional Health Center:

Brett Butler and Julie Sieving are currently showing their work
in the Bothwell cafeteria.
December will be Kathryn Marshall


The "Missouri Skies" show scheduled for the Goddard Gallery
has been rescheduled to be at the Sedalia City Hall.

Shirley Horacek's rice paper collage"Dawning" was selected as Mayor's Choice by Mayor John Kehde in the Missouri Skies Show now on display at the Sedalia City Hall.