Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA): located at 41 NE 1st St.
Pompano Beach, FL 33060 | (954) 284-0141
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 6 pm and Saturdays 10 am – 4 pm
Offering contemporary art exhibits, workshops & classes!

As a Matter of Black Exhibition

“As a Matter of Black” is an annual exhibition curated by Bart Mervil of the Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE). The exhibit confronts the ideas about blackness as a color, ethnicity, currency and even universal matter. This particular exhibition explores the significance of having a seat at the table: socially; economically; politically; and casually – within the context of the Black Life experience. Featured artists include Robert McKnight, Solely Supreme, Sona, Tavare Hill and Vladymir Acloque.

MUCE is an arts production company that installs and curates pop-up exhibitions to activate corporate and community brands. Working in heritage neighborhoods, the company also brings rich cultural programming from hyper local spaces to the cultural explorer through live painters, performers, festivals and niched cultural experiences.

“As A Matter of Black – A Seat at the Table” runs January 4 – February 22, 2019 at Bailey Contemporary Arts. Opening Reception is Friday, January 4, 6pm-9pm (during Old Town Untapped). Hours and more information at or call 954-284-0141.

Gratitude and Joy Photography Juried

From tranquil waters to joyful dance movements, the images in this exhibition invite us to reflect on our memories of moments filled with joy and gratitude. Juried by Sharon Lee Hart, this exhibition features images by sixteen photographers that share their interpretations on joyful moments in a myriad of images that includes landscapes, portraits, animal photography, and long exposures.

Featured Artists:
Anna Caruso, Candy Childrey, Jamaal Clark, Sherri Cohen, John Cote, Ana Cristina de Ouro Preto Cox, Dick Francis, Paul Gold, Alexandra Hrachovsky, Eleanor Huang, Dan Perez, Phoenix, Katie Prock, Andy Royston, Jenna Regal, Nancy Torres

About the Juror:
Sharon Lee Hart visually explores relationships between humans, other animals, and the natural world. Her work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and internationally. Hart’s photographs are in several permanent collections, including The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. She maintains an active studio practice and is the Head of Photography and an Assistant Professor of Art at Florida Atlantic University.

Opening Reception: December 7 • 6 pm - 9 pm (During Old Town Untapped)