Panel Discussion: Collecting and Investing in African American Fine Art
Sunday, December 5, 2021, 2PM
Want to learn more about collecting and investing in African American Fine Art? Love the Morris Museum’s exhibition, A Quilted Legacy: An Exhibition in Homage to Viki Craig? We hope you will join like-minded friends, colleagues, and art enthusiasts on December 5th for Into the Light, presented by Art in the Atrium. This live and virtual event will feature artists, collectors, gallerists, and Art in the Atrium co-founder, Charles Craig, Esq.
Questions to be explored: Why collect? How do you start an art collection? What are some of the important dos and don’ts for building a collection? Why is passing on generational wealth and supporting the arts community important? How are artists estates protected and preserved for future generations?
RSVPs are recommended at the button below. This event is free with Museum Admission.
- Artist: Rosalind Nzinga Nichol
- Collectors: Jay & Kira Atkinson, Frank & Mimi Carter, and Shaun & Nicole Freeman
- Gallerist/Collections Expert: Linda Gartrell Street
- Facilitated by ATA Co-Founder: Charles Craig, Esq.
About Art in the Atrium
Art in the Atrium, Inc. (ATA) is a nonprofit, volunteer arts organization that has proudly exhibited African-American fine art in many venues throughout northern New Jersey since its founding in 1992 by Charles and Victoria Craig.
Art in The Atrium’s 29th annual exhibition and sale of African American art, entitled Into the Light, will spotlight mixed-media artist Rosalind Nzinga Nichol and the works of 30 other established and emerging African American artists. Normally exhibited at the Atrium Gallery, this show will be strictly virtual this season.