Open call for art from artists from the Berkshires and beyond for the *Virtual* 10×10 RAP (Real Art Party).
Berkshire Art Association and Storefront Artist Project (SAP) seeks donations of original artwork for the annual 10×10 RAP show and fundraiser raffle. In collaboration with the Berkshire Museum and the City of Pittsfield’s 10×10 Festival in February, the BAA welcomes submissions from artists from the Berkshires and beyond. All artwork will be included in a raffle to benefit art students of Berkshire County.
The raffle and Real Art Party (RAP) will be a live virtual event hosted by the Berkshire Museum on Thursday, February 18, 2021. While we can’t be together physically this year — the show will go on *virtually*!
Artwork must measure 10 inches by 10 inches prepared with a wire or hooks for hanging. Artwork may be in any medium and should reflect the quality of your usual work. Artists may submit up to three pieces. Please attach an art ID tag to the back of each piece you donate.
Registration & Submission:
Please use BAA’s 10×10 online submission form to submit your information, upload images of artwork, and sign-up for a drop-off time.
Registration is required. Submissions will be accepted from January 7-28, 2021. Late entries will not be accepted. Artwork must be dropped off during your pre-scheduled time slot at Berkshire Museum, 39 South Street, Pittsfield, MA.
All 10×10 artists will be added to the BAA Artist Directory.
Live Virtual Event
Raffle and RAP hosted by BAA & Berkshire Museum
6:00 pm | Sneak Peak Virtual Walking Tour
7:00 pm | Art Raffle Begins
Proceeds 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 Berkshire Museum.
Questions? Please email: 10×email@example.com
See you online at the 10×10 RAP!
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.