The South Bay Art Association held their “Black & White” Event at Brickhouse Brewery this past Friday. The show featured the work from over twenty of the group’s members and something something else here. But the centerpiece of the evening was new art of a different kind. The event marked the official unveiling of the organization’s brand new logo and website, both to members and the public.
South Bay Art Association began in 1954, and is one of the oldest and largest groups of its kind on Long Island. This will be their 64th year in existence, and in that time there has never been a major redesign or branding initiative. President Krystle DiNicola gave a tour of the new website, adding “We thought it was time for a slight facelift, to try to revamp and revitalize the image of South Bay Art Association, and also bring some more benefits to our members.”
Members of the group will have their own space to showcase their work, fill out an artist profile, manage dues and registration, and other helpful tools. For the rest of us, there are now more ways than ever to learn more about the artists, how to get involved, or just find that missing piece to your collection.
For more information about the South Bay Art Association, including membership information, classes and events, or just to see some of their latest work, make sure to check out their brand new website — www.southbayart.org!