ABOUT THE COUNCIL OF MAGICKAL ARTS, INC.

The Council of Magickal Arts, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Texas corporation founded in 1980 that exists to create two festivals a year and produce an online quarterly newsletter, The Accord. This association of practitioners of the religions of the magickal arts is over 900 members strong. CMA promotes spirituality based on Pagan beliefs, and is open to people of all traditions who are interested in celebrating nature, spirit and community.

Visit the links below for more detailed information about CMA.

Mission and Principles

Spirituality and Celebration

CMA Officers

CMA Bylaws




CMA’s Board of Directors includes the Executive Director, Assistant Executive Director, Director of Records, Director of Finance, and Director of Communications. We also have a representative for each geographical area with at least 20 resident CMA members. There are currently Representatives for the areas of:

  • Austin
  • Brazos Valley (College Station/Bryan & surrounding area)
  • Central TX (Killeen & surrounding area)
  • Coastal Bend (Corpus & surrounding area)
  • North Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth & surrounding areas)
  • Outlands Areas (All other areas, worldwide, outside those listed here)
  • San Antonio
  • South East Texas (Houston & surrounding area)

We have a representative for our festival merchants as well.




What does CMA offer?

FANTASTIC MAGICKAL EVENTS
At Beltane and Samhain, several hundred CMA members gather for a weekend-long campout in Central Texas to celebrate the turning of the Wheel of the Year. Events include rituals presented by some of the different CMA member traditions, workshops, drumming, children’s and teens’ activities and much more.

AN OUTSTANDING PAGAN MAGAZINE
Members can receive four issues a year of Accord, an e-zine found on CMA's web site. This exceptional magazine includes articles on Pagan spirituality and the practices of the magickal arts, multimedia reviews, Pagan parenting, online resources, magickal lore, religious tolerance, happenings in the Pagan community and messages from CMA officers.

BECOME A MEMBER OF CMA
Anyone 18 or older may join CMA. There is no charge for children, but they must be listed on their parent or legal guardian’s membership in order to attend gatherings.