She has already been elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in recognition of her distinguished contribution to the music profession so far.
What does ARA stand for?
ARA stands for Associate of the Royal Academy
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In 1983 Howard was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy (ARA), he became a member of the Royal Academy a year later and in 1991 he was elected a Royal Academician (RA).
2), a grim experiment with French-style academic neo-classicism that secured Waterhouse's election as an Associate of the Royal Academy.
Sir Kyffin, who was president of the Royal Cambrian Academy and an Associate of the Royal Academy, wrote: "As I wasn't allowed to drive, Hugh Roberts took me out to all the places I wanted to paint, and there he waited while I wrestled with the difficulties of painting and weather.
Tunnicliffe was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1945, more than anything for the high standard of his engraving, and a full Academician 10 years later.
He was elected Associate of the Royal Academy in 1826 when he was only 24.
In recent years, Jenkins has been made both a fellow and an associate of the Royal Academy of Music, where a room has been named in his honor.
Gradually his reputation grew as a watercolour landscape artist and he was elected an associate of the Royal Academy, becoming a full member in 1802.