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About Us

National Conference of Artists (NCA) is the oldest operating African American arts organization in the United States; founded in 1959. The National Conference of Artists New York, Inc. was formed in 1973. NCA's mission is to preserve, promote, develop, and mentor each artist while nurturing their creative forces and expressions as they navigate through the mainstream American art world at large.
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Dr. Rosalind Jeffries

Derick Cross

Victoria Pamias

Deborah Johnson

Regina Tate




Roxalana Jordan, 


Patrice Clark-Peters, 

Vice President 

Alari Billig,

Media Secretary


Francisco Mora Catlett

J.e Franklin

Prof. Izell Glover

Kim Hamilton

Ademola Olugebefola

Ed Sherman

Danny Simmons

Please join us for our virtual Monthly Members Meeting on

November 30th @ 6:00 PM EST

Click the button below to register for this meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Click here to download this meetings Agenda.

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