Link to models the BFAC uses and recommends:
Info for our figure models and prospective figure models:
At the BFAC we respect and cherish our models. We try to keep as many of our long-standing models on the rotation as possible, while also reserving some sessions for new models.
We like to see a variety of models, and the only requirements to model for us are the willingness to consider it a job (show up, on time), and also a vocation (help inspire us to draw and paint well.)
To that end, if we hire a model for a Monday evening (for example), we will need to confirm by text, phone, or email by 5pm the evening before, or the organizers reserve the right to hire someone else to model for the following night. The organizer will reach out to the model, but if they are unresponsive we’ll have to assume that the model is either in California, is violently ill, forgot, or has pet mice that are ill (all of which have occurred). So models, please be sure that you’ve exchanged phone numbers with your session host, and feel free to confirm with us the day before, no need to wait for us to call.
To introduce yourself to us as a potential new model, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, who is our acting model coordinator. He’ll set up a date during a session that you can come in and introduce yourself to us, see the studio, and prove you know how to get to it, and that you know how long it takes to arrive. Have a beer, listen to the music, have a chat with the host, and we’ll likely set you up with a date to model (though it may not be until a month or two out.)