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Black Art In America / Do You Basel™ Event Progamming

Black Art in America (BAIA), is the leading global social network & resource for African American visual artists, collectors, industry leaders, and art enthusiasts. Join Black Art in America by registering at

Black Art In America’s - “Do You Basel?™" campaign is taking the lead in positioning Miami as a destination for the African-American arts community during the week of Art Basel (2012 / 2013) with the introduction of events hosted by Black Art In America Mobile Media Lounge™ in three venue spaces for maximum exposure. 1. Wolfsonian-FIU (South Beach)  2. Art Africa Miami Arts Fair (Overtown),  3. Celebrity Art Series at LMNT Gallery (Design District).

PERKULATOR Panel Discussions & Performances,™ Black Art in America (BAIA) and nonradioMusic Projects (NRM Projects) / Fresh Perked Coffee™ have joined with Harlem Brewing Company to produce a series of panel discussions and performances, taking place in New York City (October, 2012) and in Miami, Florida during the week of Art Basel (December 6 – 9, 2012). These discussions will be: 
• Focused on topics related to arts and culture with special emphasis on the visual arts market place and will be designed to provide information to artists, art lovers, collectors, curators, gallerists and museum professionals.
• Events that would bring new audiences as well as members from the virtual pages of together and facilitate networking and relationship development.
• An extension of content featured on the website. (BAIA) reaches an engaged audience of art and cultural enthusiasts worldwide including seasoned and new collectors, private dealers, gallery owners, art aficionados, global travelers and market influencers. All of these art leaders use the BAIA site to view art, communicate and network with colleagues, discuss relevant topics and search BAIA's industry information to expand on their knowledge base in the areas of art, culture, design, luxury and travel. 

Inclusive of all ethnic groups, many arts institutions, educators and artists of national importance are now members of including: August Wilson Center, National Endowment of the Arts, Schomburg Center, Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture; artists: Betty Blayton Taylor, Louis Delsarte, Otto Neals, Faith Ringgold, among others. In addition to the presence of BAIA content and site members, these discussion events will also include exhibitions, performance components, fresh perked coffee and tea, of course ...

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