The Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF) invites you to submit a proposal for our new project “Big Art for Small Towns.” A project of BRAF’s Civic Arts Program, Big Art for Small Towns seeks to share the cultural and economic benefit of public art with rural towns in Nevada and beyond.
Big Art for Small Towns is funded by generous private donors, in-kind contributions from the City of Fernley, and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Our Town grant. Continue reading
In This Issue: Aurora at Maker Faire Grantee Updates Festival of Street Art at Bartlett Events Imagine Figment The Pool by Jen Lewin The Temple for Christchurch Partner Organizations American Steel Studios present Art + Industry Don’t miss Maker Faire! The Youth Education Spaceship will be there, too!
Michael Christian talks with BRAF about collaboration, the creative process, and his work on the Bike Bridge, as well as hinting at upcoming projects. Continue reading
In this Issue: Bike Bridge Opening Reception – Postponed – March 1 Urbanauts – January 19 Grantee Updates Black Forest Fancies – Request for Proposals The Pool Before I Die… The Global Lives Project FIGMENT – Request for Proposals
In this Issue: Urbanauts Event- Save the Date! Bike Bridge Opening Reception – Save the Date! Raygun Gothic Rocketship – Delayed Departure The Artumnal Gathering – Photos and more! Grantee Update Don’t forget to make your tax-deductible end-of-year gift to BRAF! With your help, we’ll enjoy another year of inspiring art projects!
BRAF Social Media Volunteer Job Description The Black Rock Arts Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, is currently interviewing for a Social Media Superstar to join our team! This is a great opportunity to learn social media marketing and the non-profit sector while working on a specific project and developing key skills that will be very marketable for college students looking for…Keep reading >>
Save the date and mark your calendars: Tickets for this year’s Artumnal Gathering go on sale September 13th! The Black Rock Arts Foundation has much to celebrate this year. Please join us for this very special annual engagement in honor of our artists and in support of BRAF’s future endeavors.
BRAF and the Hayes Valley Arts Coalition (HVAC) have teamed up again to bring another beloved work from the Burning Man community to San Francisco. We hope you could join us for the Opening Reception on May 10 to welcome Future’s Past, by Kate Raudenbush, to its new home at Patricia’s Green. The work will be on display for at least one year.…Keep reading >>
Blowfish Sushi is proud to present an exhibition of the digital art of Android Jones. You’ll remember Jones’ work from BRAF’s 2008 Artumnal Gathering flyer – a stunning image! This is the second in a series of exhibits of 2D work by Burning Man regulars, curated by LadyBee. 20% of the profits will be donated to the Black Rock Arts…Keep reading >>
The Black Rock Arts Foundation is proud to announce our support of The Spirit of the Man exhibition in Santa Rosa, California. The Spirit of the Man, a new sculpture exhibition at Paradise Ridge Winery, opens on May 20, 2012. This yearlong show features 38 major works by sculptors based locally and throughout the United States, many of whom are…Keep reading >>
Future’s Past by kate Raudenbush, a photo by Hammon Photography on Flickr. Here is the beauty of Future’s Past, in several different views by photgrapher Mark Hammon.
In close collaboration with the Hayes Valley Arts Coalition (HVAC) and Hayes Valley community members, the Black Rock Arts Foundation announces plans to install another sculpture in Patricia’s Green in San Francisco. We’re proud to share Future’s Past, by Kate Raudenbush, with the San Francisco community. Funding permitting, full details of the installation will be announced soon. We are still…Keep reading >>