Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can you appraise my work?
No, DADA cannot appraise works. DADA does have a recording of a panel it conducted regarding art appraisal on April 22, 2006 available for purchase if you would like to learn about appraisal. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Members of the following organizations can appraise your work:
The Art Dealers Association of America Appraisal Service
205 Lexington Avenue, Suite #901
New York, NY 10016
American Society of Appraisers
555 Herndon Parkway South, Suite 125
Herndon, VA 20170
Appraisers Association of America
386 Park Avenue South, Suite 2000
New York, NY 10016
212-889-5404, ext. 10
International Society of Appraisers
230 E Ohio St.
Chicago, IL 60611
a. Can you tell me about art I have?No, see number 1.
b. Can you help me sell my art or tell me where to sell my art?
No, see number 1.
c. Can you help me get my art placed in a gallery?
No, see number 7
4. Can I reproduce an image from this website?
The unauthorized reproduction of any image from this website is a violation of copyright, pursuant to Title 17, U.S. Code. To obtain authorization for reproduction, members of the press should contact email@example.com. Press requests should include: the work(s) to be reproduced, the purpose and character of the requested use(s), and the size and quantity of the requested reproduction(s). All other reproduction requests should be directed to the individual artists or the galleries who represent them.
5. Who does your advertising?
Send media kits, rate cards and other advertising information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. How can I get a job with DADA?
DADA only uses volunteers. Please send resume to email@example.com.
7. How can I get my artwork shown at a DADA member art space?
Please do your homework first. Review the website of each member to see if that art space shows your type of art. If if it does, visit the space, go to the openings, support the artists who are exhibited there. Once you have ascertained that the space is the right fit for your art and you are the right fit for the space, contact the Director of the space to schedule an appointment. Please note: some members do not take appointments as they are not open to unsolicited art.
8. How do I learn about collecting art?
DADA presented a panel discussion on The Act of Collecting on April 22, 2006 at The MAC. Participants were: Quin Mathews, John Reoch, Ford Lacy, Cece Smith, Kelli Questrom, Carl Niendorff, and Talley Dunn.
To purchase the DVD, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.