The Registry of Brooklyn Artists is made possible, in part, by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation.
BAC?s Artist Registry is an online database of Brooklyn-based artists working in all disciplines. Part burgeoning marketplace, part community hub, the Registry offers artists a central gathering place on the Web. Joining is simple and free.
The Registry is also a good way for the public to get to know Brooklyn?s artists. And it makes it easy for curators, gallerists and arts and community organizations to find new talent.
ABOUT THE REGISTRY: FOR ARTISTS
The Registry is open to Brooklyn-based artists at any stage of their careers. Members create a user profile, which can include an artist statement, contact information, links to a personal Web site, images and audio and video clips.
As a registered artist, you can also post ideas, events, and resources related to the arts in Brooklyn in our Community Forum. The forum is open to all artists who are a part of the Registry and all organizations who are part of the Directory.
Registered artists also have access to our members-only bi-weekly e-newsletter, which lists grants, calls for submissions and other opportunities for Brooklyn artists.
ABOUT THE REGISTRY: FOR CONSUMERS, CURATORS, GALLERISTS, AND OTHERS
In search of new talent? Looking to hire an artist for a specific project? Browse the Registry to take a look at what Brooklyn?s artists have to offer.
Curators, artists, gallerists, collectors, consultants, journalists, students and public officials use it regularly to discover new talent. Which makes sense ? the Registry is the country?s largest and most comprehensive database of Brooklyn artists working in all disciplines.
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