Can you believe it has been nine years since we launched Black Art in America™. Thank you for your continued support, we couldn’t have done it without you. For those that don’t know our story. (BAIA) is a multifaceted media company based in Columbus Georgia. Since 2010 our mission has been to document, preserve and promote the contributions of the African American arts community. In the last eight years BAIA has generated thousands of hours of free original content and educational tools. Conducted member workshops, profiles on artists, collectors and industry professionals as well as produced fine art shows in major markets that were free and open to the public. We have also worked with organizations to help them raise money from art sales, exhibitions and programming.
Below is a list of services BAIA offers:
- Curatorial Services: Exhibitions that will have your community wanting more.
- Art Consulting: We offer a full range of services from finding art for clients as well as selling, purchase and consigning fine art.
- Marketing: Reach a large community interested in African American Art and Culture.
- Social Media Manager: Let us manage your social media pages.
- Content Provider: How do you engage more people, content is king.
- Art Appraisal: Our network of African American Art Appraisers can help.
- Promotionals: Needing creative services, I’m sure we can help.
- Remote Broadcasting: Live streaming and public engagement.
BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ (BAIA) is a leading online portal and network focused on African-American Art with visitors from over 100 countries visiting our site each month and about half a million visitors to our social media pages for Black Art In America™, Garden Art for the Soul, Everythang Black and Do You Basel?™. Black Art In America™, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter comprise our online virtual network and resource. BAIA amplifies thought-provoking commentary on today’s visual arts news from a variety of perspectives, including breaking news, gallery meet-ups, market trends, and profiling leading (and emerging) Black visual artists in the country. In addition, BAIA offers stories about collecting and provides a eNewsletter that helps art enthusiasts worldwide keep up to date on the changing and forever evolving Black visual arts market. Subscribe to our network today.
Black Art In America, LLC operates under the trade name Black Art In America (BAIA). Black Art In America, LLC is a Georgia limited liability company.
Black Art In America, LLC
Najee Dorsey, CEO | Founder
Seteria Dorsey, CFO | firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus | Chicago | Miami Beach | New York City | Houston
Would you buy stock in BAIA if you could? Well we invite you to join us in becoming a monthly supporter, starting at just $3 a month YOU become a stakeholder and begin to help us transform lives through art. We are growing the BAIA team and will use your contributions to hire more team members for the purpose of creating more educational and marketing resources for schools and universities about african american artists both past and present.
Review our list of rewards for becoming a BAIA Patreon / patron supporter. Your monthly contribution has lasting benefits. — “What will your legacy be” – Dr. Margaret Burroughs
Thank you Monthly Patrons
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