BUCKHAM ARTS COLLECTIVE
2022-2023 Buckham Arts Collective. Front Row (L-R): Brandon Dotson, Phillip Walker II, Nic Custer, Amanda Edwards, Babak Elahi, Michele Leclaire, Matthew Osmon. Back Row (L--R), Ken Milito, Karen Milito, Aisha Changezi, Guy Adamec, Chris Waters, Carly Aldridge, Nancy Pennell, Brian Spolans, Janice McCoy, Mike Parker, Donovan Entrekin, Cliff Hughes, Taylor Glenn, Roy Richard, Alexander Glenn, Bob Campbell. Not pictured: John Dempsey, Gary Gebhardt, Craig Hinshaw, Robert Huebel, Emily Legleitner, Michael Melet, Sam Morello, Sifus Thompson, Linda Woodruff
BUCKHAM ARTS COLLECTIVE is a group of practicing artists and advocates who lead and sustain the organization to further the goals of Buckham Fine Arts Project as defined by the organization's mission statement and bylaws. Members of the collective direct the artistic programs of the gallery, serve in an advisory capacity, and assist with gallery operations. The Collective is comprised of Artist Collaborators and Sustaining Members.
New Artist Collaborators are accepted on a limited basis as openings arise. Applicants must maintain a serious artistic practice and demonstrate a sincere interest in the activites and goals of the collective. If you would like more information about becoming a member of the BUCKHAM ARTS COLLECTIVE, please contact Director Michele Leclaire.
*BUCKHAM EMERITUS COLLABORATORS are long-standing members of Buckham Fine Arts Project who are recognized for their on-going, significant contributions to the organization.
XZAVIER V. SIMON
JENIFER FERNANDES VELOSO
Sustaining members further the mission of Buckham Fine Arts project by contributing their time and talents to assist in expediting the artistic programming of the gallery.
PHILLIP WALKER, II
Interested in becoming an Artist Collaborator?
Buckham Fine Arts Project is an artist-run exhibition and project space that contributes to the cultural vitality and artistic life of the Flint region. Buckham Collaborators contribute to program planning, artistic development, fundraising, outreach, and day-to-day operations.
Prospective collaborators must demonstrate a coherent understanding of Buckham's mission and role in the region's arts community; commit to contributing their time and unique skills and experiences to further the mission and purpose of Buckham Fine Arts Project; and demonstrate their willingness and ability to contribute to the artistic fabric of the collective by maintaining a consistent fine art or scholarly practice of high quality and ambition. Artists simply interested in exhibition opportunities should apply for shows through Buckham's regular calls-for-entries.
There are limited spaces available for collaborators and applications will be accepted as openings become available. Contact Michele at email@example.com for more information.