Black Art In America (BAIA) Mobile Media Lounge™ / Exhibiting Black Art In America:
Art installation, works by BAIA member artists both emerging and established
July 18, 19 & 20th, 12 PM - 8 PM Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater and Gallery, free and open to the public.
Black Art In America (BAIA) is the leading online social network focused on African-American art. BAIA provides member artists with global exposure by connecting them to collectors, arts enthusiasts, arts institutions and professionals both virtually and live events. This exhibition allows local and regional arts market to become familiar with art work from BAIA artists and the exchange of thought within our online community. Contact: email@example.com www.blackartinamerica.com. This programming is supported by the Harlem Brewing Company.
July 20th, 10 AM Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater and Gallery, free and open to the public.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Institutional Collecting -- A Case Study: The Curators of Dixon School
This discussion and film Looks at Art’s Influence on Dixon School students. There’s a public school in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood with no metal detectors or menacing guards, and it’s found a different way to uplift and inspire students, Dixon Elementary School is perfecting the “art” of education. Discussion with follow-up Q&A, a model for art collecting by businesses, community organizations and schools -- with, Joan D. Crisler, Co-Founder of Diasporal Rhythms in Chicago and former Principal of the Arthur Dixon Elementary School and Curator of the Dixon School Collection along with Pamela Sherrod Anderson, Award-winning writer, playwright, journalist, educator and independent filmmaker of The Curators of Dixon School. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.blackartinamerica.com. This programming is supported by the Harlem Brewing Company.
Black Art In America (BAIA) Mobile Media Lounge™/ PERKULATOR Discussions
July 20th, 1 PM Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater and Gallery, free and open to the public.
PATRON OF THE ARTS: Discussions for the Collector African-American Power Collectors and The Art of Collecting with Patric McCoy, Art Collector and Co-Founder of Diasporal Rhythms in Chicago. McCoy, dubbed a 'heavyweight collector' by the Wall Street Journal, shares his philosophy on identifying emerging talent, the growing value of our collections and what Chicago collectors are doing that's so different. Contact: email@example.com www.blackartinamerica.com. This programming is supported by the Harlem Brewing Company.
BLACK ART IN AMERICA (BAIA) Mobile Media Lounge™ / nonradioMusic Projects
BAIA / NRM invite you for cocktails and conversation, July 20th, 2013, (8pm 10pm).
Sponsored by Harlem Brewing company, nonradioMusic Projects and dei 7 free range music™ Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater and Gallery, 915 New Hope Road , Atlanta, GA 30331
Our last PERKULATOR Discussions in Miami during Art Basel. (Toni Randolph, Najee Dorsey and Susan Taylor)
BAIA POP-UP GALLERY AT UNDERGROUND ATLANTA - SECOND FLOOR ARTISTS MARKET
Black Art In America™ (BAIA) is pleased to invite the public to our POP-UP GALLERY at Heritage Cultural Arts Festival hosted by Underground Atlanta July 18th – 21st, 2013.
BAIA will be featuring available works by 20 member artists. Our mission at Black Art In America™ is to document, preserve and promote the contributions of the African-American arts communities. Underground Atlanta is Located at: 50 Upper Alabama Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303. Hours: THURSDAY 10A - 8P, FRI - SAT 10A - 9P, SUN 12P - 6P