Welcome to Blackberry Arts Collective Membership where we will be sharing upcoming projects and events with you, the artist! To participate in projects and events you must be a registered member. There is no membership fee and everyone is welcome!
Are you trying to promote your artistry? Are you looking for a mentor?
Are you interested in becoming an Artist-in-Residence, Exhibiting / Performing your Artistry and/or Mentoring?
ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Arts and Culture Department has published a call for artists for the twelfth Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. The program invites artists across all mediums to participate via visual and performance art, sculpture, and the residency program. Proposals are due May 28, 2021, at 12 p.m. and virtual information sessions for applicants will be held May 1 and May 19.
We are excited to announce that we have secured another grant! Attend our next virtual meeting to learn more.
WE ARE DOING THE WORK
Join us as we celebrate the 4th year of the awesome work of The Pittsburgh Collaborative, by attending our 1st annual virtual Gala, Music Concert and Fundraiser on April 24, 2021 at 7pm EST. Subscribe to the PC's youtube by clicking the link below and don't forget to click the bell for notifications and reminders. Watch the video of Jerry Smokin' B and guest video to learn more.
The Blackberry Arts Collective (BAC), is the artistic arm of the Pittsburgh Collaborative. Our mission is to bring visual arts, performing arts, cultural arts and the art of financial literacy to the Pittsburgh community.
Join the Blackberry Arts Collective to preserve, promote, perpetuate black excellence through educational art reach!
Your membership will help promote arts education and community engagement for all ages.
What you can expect?
*** All donations of $100.00 or more will receive:
An annual membership plus:
A signed lithograph of your choice "He Ain’t Heavy" by renowned artist Gilbert Young valued at $300 or "Midday Journey" by Carl Owens valued at $210, delivered to you.