9th Annual. October 17th – 18th, 2015
Weekends from Oct 3rd – Oct 25th
Video by Ydania Ogando of opening day at the Summerscapes Show.
Congratulations to Kristian Rickert for winning the Black & White People’s Choice Award.
Summerscapes Auction Results
Congratulations to our Black & White Show Award winners.
BWAC Summer Show – Aug 1st – Aug 23rd, 2015. Weekends 1 – 6 pm
BWAC’s first annual national juried art show with over 150 works of art, all below $500. Download the really Affordable Art Show prospectus.
Congratulations to our People’s Choice Award winners.
Auction winners for Renew Show
Video by Ydani Ogando of opening day at the Renew Show.
Our six annual national juried art show opens May 9, 2015. Juried by Rujeko Hockley, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art.
$3000 in Cash Prizes
Art in Clay Weekend: Oct 17-18
BWAC’s 2015 Spring Show.
We are excited to announce our second Black & White National Juried art show, opening August 1, 2015.
Juried by Elissa Goldstone, Director of Exhibitions, Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC
$2800 in Cash Prizes
Juried by Lily Wei, art critic, independent curator and contributing editor of Art News, it is a stunning show of 50+ pieces.
Nautilus: Our 31st Outdoor Sculpture Show.
Each year the Red Hook International Film festival gets bigger and bigger
BWAC’s Open Fall Show of 2014
The Ground Floor gallery will be completely transformed by the dozen giant site specific installations.
Juried by the Museum of Art and Design’s Chief Curator, David R. McFadden
A juried competition that celebrates imagination and creativity utilizing emerging app’s, software, gadgets and technologies available on smart phones & smart devices . Entry Deadline Aug 16th.
100 pieces were selected out of the 1740 submissions received, by esteemed juror, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Assistant Curator, Lauren Hinkson. Weekends through Aug 17th (2-6pm)
200+ local artists will be showing work that addresses turmoil at any scale, geopolitical and personal crises alike. Weekends through Aug 17th (2-6pm)
The first floor features a juried show with cash prizes judged by Pauline Pobocha, an assistant curator at MOMA.
Unhinged, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s Fall Group Art Show presents one open show and three juried shows in one sweeping exhibition.
Landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes, dreamscapes, whatever – escapes from the imaginations of over 200 artists – more than 1000 pieces.
Hurricane Sandy may have set them back a few of months, but the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s Red Hook waterfront galleries opened May 11th, bigger and better than ever with two new shows.
In 2012′s fall show, “Coming to Brooklyn” over 200 artists expressed themselves on the theme through painting, sculpture, photography, installation and assemblage.