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Black Art In Atlanta

This group was created for Atlanta based artists and surrounding communities that are interested in networking, sharing ideas and providing moral support as we strive to survive by creating artwork for a living.

Members: 60
Latest Activity: Feb 24

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Branding; "You Are Your Brand" Part 3 and 4

Started by Sonya Walker Jan 4, 2014. 0 Replies

Good afternoon fellow BAIA Group Members. I am a day late in posting reason #4 of why it is important to Build your brand.4.Sync Your Marketing Strategy With Your BrandNow you need to evaluate-…Continue

Branding; "You Are Your Brand" Part 1 & 2

Started by Sonya Walker Jan 2, 2014. 0 Replies

As I continue to grow and learn more about marketing myself as an artist, periodically I stumble across information that I think is vital to many of us. The most important role that I have in this…Continue

WetPaintATL live painting artshow and party

Started by George Lenoir Sep 2, 2013. 0 Replies

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Sharing Information

Started by Sonya Walker. Last reply by Sonya Walker May 19, 2013. 6 Replies

It is a goal of mine as an Artist to "Pass It On". I believe in sharing information.  When I moved to Atlanta years ago, I didn't know any artist nor did I have a clue about where I could go to…Continue

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Comment by Marcella Hayes Muhammad on January 16, 2017 at 5:51pm

Thanks Sharon, that is great advice. I'll look forward to seeing you next month, it will be great!

Comment by Sharon Daugherty on January 16, 2017 at 5:26pm

I have never attended an AAFTA meeting - so excited; I will be there next month!

Comment by Sharon Daugherty on January 16, 2017 at 5:00pm

Hi Marcella, it is truly an exciting time for production in Atlanta! While I have not broken into the movie industry, I have recently had some success with TV production. My work was recently used to shoot episodes of the new Lee Daniels' show "Star", which is being shot here in ATL. As a matter of fact, the Design Coordinator found my work on BlackArtinAmerica, so we all need to keep our pages current! 

Comment by Marcella Hayes Muhammad on January 16, 2017 at 4:54pm

With the movie industry surging in the Atlanta area, have any artists been successful in leasing works to the movie industry? I know most are Caucasian works, but how about African American works? Anyone???

Comment by Marcella Hayes Muhammad on January 16, 2017 at 4:52pm

Happy 2017 Ya'LL!  FYI  Anyone wanting to join our illustrious and down to earth art group, African Americans for the Arts, stop by on February 7, 2017 at Hammonds House Museum from 6-8 pm meeting. check out our group on a-afta.org and see if you would be interested. Bring one of your works for our artist showcase to share and tell us about your art form and style. We meet once a month on every first Tuesday of the month.

Comment by Kimberly Edwards on September 1, 2016 at 9:40am

Good Morning everyone I just became a member of BAIA. I am ...

Volaska Rose Studio. I would lke to show some of my work and join in on what ever is going on in the Atlanta area. I am not sure of how to do this so if someone would reach out to me and help me become a art of yor world please do. Thanks in Advance VRS...

 

Comment by D. Del Reverda-Jennings on March 5, 2016 at 1:32pm

Greetings BAIA Family,

Wishing Each and Everyone a Splendidly Creative and Prosperous 2016!

Check Out What "Tony Radford" and I Have Been Doing In The Midwest Arts Mainstream Recently @

http://blackartinamerica.com/profile/DDelReverdaJennings   ,  

https://www.facebook.com/pages/FLAVA-FRESH/151243758400202    ,   

http://blackartinamerica.com/profile/TonyRadford

Abundant Blessings!

Comment by Jermaine Sain on June 13, 2015 at 7:41pm

Hello everyone!!! 

Comment by Brenda Elaine Phillips on March 14, 2015 at 5:12am

I'm a self-taught visual artist, creating from a digital art medium. My digital paintings mirror the joy and energy I feel when creating works of uninhibited color, movement and emotion. My mission as a visual artist is to invite the viewer to enjoy my work, whether it's bold in-your-face, or a subtle and alluring introspective mood. My technique is highly improvisational, creating in the time and space of the moment, using only what I'm feeling and the mental pictures from my life's journey. Bold, vibrant colors and rhythms reflect how I choose to live my life, OUT LOUD.
Thank you for sharing my joy. Artist Brenda Phillips
http://blackartinamerica.com/profile/BrendaElainePhillips
http://www.zazzle.com/digitalartwork

Comment by Marcella Hayes Muhammad on February 4, 2015 at 1:17pm

Tomorrow, tomorrow is only a day away! Reception from 2-5:30 at the Atlanta Fulton Central Library, Thursday! African Americans for the Arts is showcasing member work, artist talks, performances by spoken word artists and refreshments. Stop by and enjoy!

 

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