10x10 Real Art Party 2021

Annual BAA 10×10 Real Art Party 2021

Annual BAA 10×10 Real Art Party 2021

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This is a past event.

Many thanks to the artist donors, Berkshire Museum staff, volunteers, and ticket holders for making the *Virtual* 10×10 RAP a great success!

A virtual 10×10 Real Art Party? It’s as close to the real thing as possible!

Join us as we celebrate the annual Real Art Party with a virtual experience full of excitement and buzz on Thursday, February 18! 

This annual benefit event supports Berkshire County students through BAA College Fellowship awards, provides art project awards to county art teachers and students, grants free student admission to the Berkshire Museum, and more. 

A $25 ARTtix guarantees the buyer their choice of a work of art to take home! Each ticket = 1 piece of 10×10 art! 

No walk-ins due to COVID. Tickets sell out, so remember to buy early and often. Show your love and support for BAA by purchasing MORE than one ticket.

Live Virtual Event
Raffle & RAP hosted by BAA & Berkshire Museum

Thursday, February 18 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for a live online event held in a virtual gallery that simulates a gallery party. We hope you will purchase a ticket in support of this benefit, however you may register as a free viewer using the button below.

6:00 pm | Virtual 10×10 RAParty goes live on RingCentral 
6:30 pm | Orientation to Virtual 10×10 RAP & Guest Speakers
7:00 pm | 10×10 RAParty Begins at 7:00 sharp!

See you online at the 10×10 RAP!

The BAA launched the 10×10 RAP (Real Art Party) in 2013, a fun(d) venture with Storefront Artist Project and the Berkshire Museum to benefit Berkshire art students. Art is donated by artists, shown at the Berkshire Museum, and sold via ARTix at a culminating party during the City of Pittsfield’s 10×10 Festival in February. The $25 ARTtix guarantees the buyer to a work of art to take home the night of the party.

Proceeds from the 10×10 RAP will benefit Berkshire County: BAA Fellowships for college art majors • Art field trip awards for high school art classes • Free admission for art students to the Berkshire Museum.