Chinese Artists Association of Canada annual recruiting new members，Those who graduated from art school，Or Art experts are welcome to join the association. Where the purpose of the Council endorsed，This will assist in the development of the work of the conference or special contributions，May become honorary members of the Association.
Associate members judge: You can have one of the following three conditions apply to join the Council
具有 较高 的 艺术 创作 水平
A higher level of theory in research
In the arts editor，Curatorial，Education, etc.，Achievement of excellence
The applicant submitted in person "Membership Application Form"
Preliminary review by the Association
Then by the council for a final confirmation，After confirmation，Related formalities，Pay membership dues plus $ 25 dollars / year
Associations to establish personal information on our website，Works database
Members the right to vote and stand for election，Where Artists Association career development for outstanding contributions to our members，Individual applications are available through，Or by recommendation，Association approval，Be elected to the Association until honorary positions.
The members of art, teaching papers, performances and other arts news image，There are right on the Vancouver Chinese Artists Association website published.
Membership in organizing large-scale art events (such as: painting competitions, festivals, camps, art fairs, opening ceremonies, etc.) may be invited to the Council as a host, and co-Liaison Office. To improve the image and quality of its activities，However, the applicant must apply in advance and after consent to the use of the Council.
Members of the arts events and access to the arts award organized by the priority power.
Members have to comply with the constitution, the implementation of this resolution reflects the obligation of ordinary people to the arts opinions and requirements.
Members should safeguard the image of the Association，Active discovery recommend good artists, enthusiasts to join the Council，Expansion of the Council's influence in the arts.