The International Arts Association was founded by Ambassador Dame Leith Eaton to be a platform that would further concompass all different areas of The Arts, including:
Screen and Playwriting
Set Design & LIghting
Technical & Computer Arts
Working Hand in hand with the nonprofit World Federation of Nations Foundation, The International Arts Associationaims to provide a global network interconnecting Artists of all various mediums, backrounds, and experience levels.
Ambassador Dame Leith Eaton
Her title, Ambassador Dame of Grace of The Knights of Malta, was bestowed as a result of her artistic and charitable endeavors and achievements as a “Modern Renaissance Woman” in several areas of The Arts. Born in Daytona Beach, Florida, Leith’s theatrical experiences began in a theatre in Venice. Later her parents founded, the “Orange Park Community Theatre”, which still offers a full schedule of plays today in Orange Park, FL after over 40 years. She performed in leading roles in several plays and musicals, and began her career in film and television. During college, due to her talent in public speaking, she was asked to give speeches for the college, as well as being hired by William Morris Advertising Agency to do weekly television commercials.
Leith also founded the International Arts Association, which promotes all areas of The Arts and The Artists. Through the International Arts Association she has had many events with sponsors like Rolls Royce, Harry Winston Jewelers, Christies Auction and many more. She is preparing to launch the International Arts Association worldwide. Among places in California, she has resided in Beverly Hills and Malibu, CA. She has a deep appreciation for Beverly Hills and the surrounding areas and believes that the Beverly Hills Academy of The Arts can be a World Class leader in The Arts and is dedicated to helping make this occur with the highest possible standards, integrity and true artistry.
Jane Wooster Scott
Jane Wooster Scott paints dazzling representations of life’s celebrations in turn of the century America.
Among her collectors are such distinguished national figures as Governor and Mrs. John Y. Brown of Kentucky, Aaron Spelling, Charles Bronson, Kenny Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells, Mr and Mrs. David Hartman, Farah Fawcett, Elton Rule, Marlon Brando, William Ahmanson, and the late Joseph Hirshrom.
Her works hang in the American EMbassy in Australia and are part of the permanent White House collection.