The Royal is currently looking for one or more curators who would like to join the team. Partners share a minor cost of running the space and are able to curate multiple shows during the year, juror Open Calls, and participate in every aspect of the gallery. Ultimately, this is an opportunity for an ambitious curator who is looking to start their own gallery at a fraction of the cost.
The ground floor glass storefront is approximately 300sq feet. The entire space is 2400sqft and made up of artist studios.
For more information, please contact Jason at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Royal Society of American Art
400 B South 2nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Jason Clay Lewis is an artist and the Director of The Royal @ The Royal Society of American Art in Brooklyn, New York where his is responsibilities include the day to day running of the RSOAA studios. His years of experience as an artist and art professional working in and around the New York art world has allowed him to present multiple one man shows both nationally and internationally.
Amelia Biewald works with a wide variety of materials creating intricate paintings and sculptural works which culminate into large multi-textural installations. She mingles fact and fiction to recreate fables or intrigues where myth, custom, history and science converge. She has received several artist awards, residencies and fellowships for her work including the Skowhegan School Of Painting and Sculpture, a Bush Artist Fellowship, a Jerome Artist Fellowship, and a MN State Arts Board Award.
Yizhe Huang is an artist and the Co-curator of Boxes Art Museum in Guangdong, China. She has written and been an editor for China’s major art press Art News of China. Originally from Guangzhou, at the age of 15 she was awarded the SM1 Scholarship and began her secondary school in Singapore and has been independent ever since. She then continued her education at the University of Michigan finishing with a Bachelor of Arts. Moving to New York soon after, she now has a Master of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts. Her works analyze phenomena shaped by the natural and artificial lights of cityscapes and has shown at the Fringe Arts Bath festival in the United Kingdom and various prominent exhibitions in China, Korea, Singapore, and the United States.
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Sato is a Japanese artist inspired by culture and diversity. Born in Meguro, Tokyo – living in New York since 2013. Her unique style of art includes advanced ambidextrous and printmaking skills, that she perfected during her time in New York. Upon moving to New York, she noticed the vast diversity and fell in love with the multicultural tones of the city. New York changed her perspective of art.
David bought his first artwork at 24 and continues to collect ardently. A native of Miami, David graduated from Columbia and was an investment professional for 20 years. He later pursued entrepreneurial projects ranging from an Australian cattle ranch to a Project Runway winner fashion startup. David’s interest in the art market includes how emerging artists can elevate their visibility with collectors and institutions.