BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT & Dominique Gallery are pleased to announce an OPEN CALL for Black Women Artists for special consideration for upcoming fairs, solo and group exhibitions, and special programming in 2021.
Both organizations are dedicated to investing in the growth and representation of Black women in the fine arts space. Museums, galleries, art fairs and other organizations are all assessing gaps in their rosters and staff so it's important to be prepared to take advantage of new opportunities through mentorship, artistic development, exhibitions, and collaborations. Invest in your arts practice and submit today!
About BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT:
BLACK GIRLS WHO PAINT (BGWP) is an ecosystem of Black women artists created to support and promote positive representation, sisterhood, and community - one that Founder Sasha-Loriene always wanted as a young girl. As such, BGWP is also a platform formed by a Black woman who paints that believes in increasing our visibility so young black girls can see themselves in the art world. In doing so, BGWP empowers Black women and girls to share their art and story because when we see ourselves, we believe in ourselves and encourage others to do the same.
About Dominique Gallery:
DOMINIQUE is a storefront and virtual gallery and arts incubator founded by Dominique Clayton, an African-American arts manager and writer. The storefront location in the West Adams neighborhood in Los Angeles has exhibited solo exhibitions by emerging artists from Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Toronto as well as group shows featuring a wide range of artists with diverse artistic practices. The gallery also serves as an incubator for emerging artists to develop and exhibit work, network and collaborate with artists, and learn fundamentals for career advancement. The gallery is committed to diversity and representation, intentionally holding space for emerging artists of color and women.
Please submit your artist resume/CV, online portfolio, & 3 photos of your recent artwork here.