THE 2014 SHOWS
Wide Open 5 (April 26-June 1)
Artists are asked to explore the meaning of wide open in art, in life, in medium, in expression, in composition, in experience, in dreams or in reality. We are thrilled this year to have another world-class juror to select our show – Paulina Pobocha, Assistant Curator of Painting and Sculpture at MOMA. 100 pieces of art will be accepted to exhibit from approximately 1800 submissions. 2014 BWAC exhibitors get an extra three images. Write email@example.com for more information.
Outer Limits (April 26-June 1)
This is a shout-out for an alien encounter to all science fiction and fantasy fans, star-beings and interplanetary travelers, extraterrestrials and interdimensional entities: you are all invited to participate and attend our science fiction fantasy ART EXHIBIT and costume walk about. We are excited about Outer Limits – it’s bound to be out of this world!
Out of Order (July 26-August 17)
The majority of the ground floor will be used for a juried exhibit, but in keeping with the inviolable precept of BWAC - the right to participate in shows with minimal artistic restrictions, the entire second floor will be for members, on or off theme . And once again, we are planning an exciting opportunity for exhibiting artists to show a larger “body of work” in adjacent panels*. You can create your own mini retrospective of your oeuvre - a chance for you to invite family and friends to see more of your work than fits normally on one panel.
Imagine This (September 20 – October 26)
Our Fall Group Art Show will continue our series of fall narrative shows where artists share their process, emotion, intent. We will also continue with the two very unusual and fabulous shows-within-the-show that we started last season: Clay as Art is a juried show of regional artists whose completely non-utilitarian work elevates clay from craft to art. Uninhibited is an international juried show of a new art form - art created on smart devices (like iphones and tablets) with all the art viewable on wall-mounted screens.
Member Exhibition Alert
BWAC member Janet Rothholz is exhibiting her ceramic masks at Gallery 66 NY in Cold Spring, New York. She is one of 5 artists exhibiting in this show that runs through March 30th. The Opening Reception is Friday, March 7th. To read more about the show, click here.
ALL ARTISTS CAN EXHIBIT
Everyone making art should be able to present it to the public. BWAC makes this possible. To download the Exhibiting Artist's application click here for .doc format, and here for .pdf format. As a BWAC artist, you will be able to...
• Become a part of our community
The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition is an organization seeking to empower living artists, run with dedication and passion by the artists themselves. We are a community of emerging and established painters, sculptors, photographers and musicians with energy and spirit, and we'd love to have you on board.
• Exhibit and sell your work
Participating at BWAC gives you the opportunity to show your work in a large, distinctive Civil-War era space in artist-mecca Brooklyn - to an audience of more than 15,000 visitors each year. Come be a part of our more than $100,000 in annual art sales!
• Learn, teach, be inspired
As an Exhibiting Artist, you can attend free workshops and seminars on topics as varied as the latest digital photo editing tools, how to effectively sell your own work, and framing/hanging your art, or you can organize your own workshop to share what you know with other exhibitors.
• Expand your web presence
You will also receive your own mini-webpage affiliated with BWAC (such as http://Jane.Doe.BroooklynArtist.com). Artists are profiled regularly on our website, and being part of our exhibitions means potential mentions in show reviews. Your mini-website can link to your main site and/or dealers' sites, have your resume as well as up to 50 images.