- Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is a
Canadianarts-related institution founded in 1880, under the patronage of the Governor General of Canada, Sir John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, the Marquess of Lorne.
It received the title Royal Canadian Academy of Arts from Queen Victoria on July 16, 1880.
List of Canadian organizations with royal patronage
[http://www.rca-arc.ca/en/index.asp Royal Canadian Academy of Arts]
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