CALL FOR ARTISTS: Black Art In America Harlem X-HIBIT -- HARLEM, NEW YORK

“Black Art In America Harlem X-HIBIT -- Welcome to Our World" is a virtual exhibition held at The Harlem Brew Garden Pop-Up at the Mist. This X-HIBITION is a monthly virtual showcase of juried member artists works as well as works available through Shop BAIA Online.com.

Harlem Brewing Company™ is pleased to invite the Black Art In America™ community out for the Harlem Brew Garden Pop-Up @ Mist -- for food, drinks and the virtual exhibit. Our media partnership with Black Art In America™ helps us further engage the creative community through the support of arts programming.

Our latest venture provides a space in HARLEM for the virtual exhibition of Black Art In America member artists works, curated by Black Art In America & Shop BAIA Online art specialist.

The show furthers Black Art In America's mission to document, preserve and promote the contributions of the African-American arts community through the production of content for both the real and virtual worlds. Black Art In America is devoted to increasing public awareness on the merits of African-American art and art by people of color worldwide.

This X-HIBIT will run simultaneously on the homepage of Black Art In America for the month of October in the featured art and images area.

BEST OF SHOW AWARD

One artist will be awarded the “Black Art In America Harlem X-HIBIT -- Welcome to Our World" Best Of Show. The Best of Show award winner will get a special one week feature on the home page of Black Art In America, and be included in the Black Art In America Face Book pages post  (Black Art In America network, website and social media Face Book and Pinterest pages reach over one million art lovers worldwide each week).

Award prize value: $3,000.

 

APPLICATION INFORMATION, DEADLINES AND FEES

Each applicant can submit up to five (5) images for consideration by the jury per application. If accepted only juried images are selected from for exhibition. (note: if juried for exhibit, one (1) or all images may be shown)

Application:

submission deadline runs August 30th - September 21th

Virtual exhibition dates:

October 1st -31st (Thursday, Friday and Saturdays throughout the month)

Location:

HARLEM BREW GARDEN @ MIST Beer Garden at:

Mist Harlem, 46 West 116th Street, Harlem, NYC 10026

ACCEPTANCE:

Email notification will be sent no later than September 25th

Application fee:

is $55, once application has been submitted we will email a link to make payment via paypal,

if you need an alternative method of payment please indicate via email at: submissions@baiaonline.com

Artist Submissions:

If you are an artist interested in submitting your work for the Black Art In America Harlem X-HIBIT please email us at: submissions@baiaonline.com.  Additional questions may be answered in the FAQ below.

 

(Featured in graphic is BAIA member artist  Carolyn Mazloomi)

FAQ

Will artists have time to send out emails about the show?

Yes, because the virtual exhibit will run for the month there will be time to let friends and family know about the show.

Is there a fee to submit or only if my work is chosen?

The jury fee is $55.00 and is paid upon applying for the exhibit. Our objective is to show quality works by member artists and not to exclude talented artists from this showcase. 

Is there an application form?

Yes, email us at submissions@baiaonline.com and the application form will be emailed to you along with a link to make your payment. 

What are the size requirements for art being submitted ?

Note: we need as clear an image as possible.

Recommended Dimensions: 1920 pixels on the longest side. 

File Format: JPEG. 

File Size: not to exceed 2.0 MB in size. 

Resolution: 72 dpi Color space: 

Save images in RGB color space, preferably sRGB.

What types of art are eligible for this exhibit?

All mediums are accepted for jury.

I'm a member residing outside of the United States -- can I submit my work?

This is a BAIA showcase, members worldwide can apply.

I'm a gallery, can I submit work of artists we represent ?

Yes. 

Can I make my works available for sale?

Yes, if you are interested in making the works available for sale, please provide the pricing in the application.

BAIA commission on art sales from our virtual exhibit is 35% of the retail sale. BAIA will handle all transactions and pays out commissions within 30 days. Customer pays for shipping and handling. 

Can I just exhibit and not sale my art?

Yes. 

Submission Guidelines:

  • Up to 5 images per entry with title, dimensions, medium and price.
  • The work you submit for jury must be your own works of art unless you are a gallery representing the artist.
  • Buy-sell and / or imports are not allowed. 
  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Application fee of $55.00 is non refundable.

To apply email us at: submissions@baiaonline.com

 

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