Claremont Art Society

Makers' Stage Schedule

A collaboration with contemporary artists, community organizations and creative-sector groups. 

Meet Your Makers

CAS is an organization that supports contemporary artists and curators by offering programs, exhibitions, professional development and resources that enable them to live, work and thrive. We engage our community by empowering & validating local artists & creatives by giving them a platform to showcase, at locations throughout the area. We aim to create a thriving economic environment for by connecting creatives and commerce through partnerships with local businesses, museums, art organizations, and the city


Mat Biller

Mat Biller is a stand-up comedian / Master of Ceremonies / and content creator for channels "Walking Out Of A Movie" and "Fans Be Like" featured on YouTube. Learn more.

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Devi Studio

Nancy's work is a reflections of the beauty and simplicity of nature. experience all day live demonstration of her intricate macrame work at her booth.


Maloof Foundation

The Foundation Community Workshop will be presenting an interactive experience in the info booth from a team of talented Woodworking artist, and providing information about the Maloof Foundation and their contributions to the community.


Su Cheatham

Su's work has been featured in the Riverside Art Museum, Riverside Community College, Instructor’s show, Chaffey Community Museum of Art, Art Alliance of Idyllwild, Middle Ridge Winery, The Fusion Annual Art Show and the Art Alliance Inland Empire Annual Show. Her passion will always be Printmaking. 


Waabimaka Native American Art 

Bret Green, follows the traditional arts of ojibwa style dream snares. Made from all locally sourced eco friendly hemp and sinew with a mix of feathers, seashells, painted wood beads, and hand blown glass pieces from his partner artist and wife Holly Green of Hollebelle Glass. 


Olive Hill Pottery

Jamie Sutherland loves the process of making pots than the actual results. Making pots is meditative and therapeutic.  Harrison has  been studying and practicing at AMOCA since 2015.