The Fourth Edition of Young Collectors Contemporary returns in 2019 with some of the country's most diverse emerging artists. The fourth edition will celebrate four days of thought provoking programming that appeals to artists, new and burgeoning collectors, art lovers, and community leaders.
Associate Curator, Contemporary Art at Crystal Bridges Museum of Art,
Founding Editor of BmoreArt, Baltimore's daily online art magazine and biannual print journal,
TAYLOR RENEE ALDRIDGE,
Curator & Writer, Co.Founder of Arts.Black
Content Producer, Art Director, and the Special Projects Editor for Cultured Magazine
Social Impact Design Strategist; Artist-Activist
Independent Curator and Writer based in Memphis, TN
Faculty, Sotheby’s Institute of Art and the International Center of Photography
Designer,Blogger, and Social Media Influencer SG Style
Interior Designer and Buyer
The Saturday program also features artist talks and panels from Young Collectors Contemporary Selected Artists on themes and ideas found in their art practices. Artists presenting include Jonathan Adams, Anna Bearman, Dustin Hedrick, Courtney Khail, Phylicia Ghee, Khadija Nia Adell, Marcus Manganni,and more!
VIDEO | Kathy Battista
VIDEO |2018 Recap
Feeling good, feeling great /How I feel/ Feeling great, feeling good, how are you, you?
Art Money: a new way to buy art
First in the the state, Young Collectors Contemporary is excited to introduce Art Money
Art Money makes owning art easy and affordable. Payments are spread over 10 monthly installments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest free.
ith an Art Money interest free loan, an artwork that costs $5,000 is only $500 a month over 10 payments (your first payment is your deposit).
Art Money helps you enjoy art, support local artists and galleries and contributes to the long-term sustainability of local art and culture.