Welcome to the Fine Arts Society of Milton (FASM)
Milton and the surrounding area's premiere art collective, bringing a community of artists together to bring art to the community.
The Fine Arts Society of Milton (FASM) is a non-profit, membership-based, volunteer-run visual arts organization with its roots in Milton and members from Mississauga to Hamilton, Ontario.
FASM originated in 1997 with 32 artists forming a collective of creatives in various mediums. The organization has grown to more than 125 members and includes painters, sculptors, metal artists, fiber artists, book illustrators, authors, glass blowers, rug hookers, jewellers, enamel artisans, mosaic tile artists, potters, stained glass artists and a luthier.
Many of our members are professional or emerging artists, and their work is displayed in art galleries and private collections.
The members occasionally engage in community-based projects, most notably the mural for the Mattamy National Cycling Centre and the central (30 ft x 8 ft) mural in the lobby of the new Milton & District Hospital.
History of FASM
The Fine Arts Society of Milton is founded with 32 artists forming a collective of creators in various mediums.
Began organizing the Milton Studio Tour to feature local artists every year. The Milton Studio Tour is still organized today.
FASM continues to bring together people with common interests in visual art and provides the opportunity for members to further their art and advance art appreciation in the community.