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Be part of a progressive City that recognizes public art as a vital
component to urban living.
Working closely with the Cultural Arts Administrator, you will gain
valuable, hands-on experience assisting with the coordination and
marketing of public and performance art projects, workshops and City
events. Some events/projects include (but are not limited to): "The Big
Read", Summer Sounds, Pride Month, the Cornerstone Theatre Project, and
the City's celebration of 25 years of cityhood.
Current enrollment at an accredited College or University and in good
standing is required (graduate student preferred). Flexible work
schedule is available which may include weekends and evenings. Hours
offered are approximately 20 hours per week. Pay rate is $12.41 - $15.06
FINAL DEADLINE FOR DANCE CAMERA WEST
January 15 (post mark) is the final deadline for the 2010 DCW
festival. Accepting dance media entries from around the globe
including a special call this year for LOCAL MAKERS. For details see
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 213-480-8633
Looking forward in seeing your new work!
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The $500 Drift @ 7 Music Video Competition has now officially begun! Media, film and art students can submit for class project credit and gain a chance to win prize money. See www.driftat7.com for rules and conditions. Good luck should you join us!
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Call for Applications 2010
Activist Performance Series
FEBRUARY 17TH, 2010
The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics at New York University
is now accepting applications for its third year of EMERGENYC, the
Hemispheric New York Emerging Performers Program. This is the second year of
Activist Performance (“artivism”) series. EMERGENYC aims to support the
development of New York-based artists ages 18 to 28 through a program of
workshops and events between April 3rd and June 18th, 2010 (see “The
Program” section below for details). We seek talented, committed and highly
motivated young activists/artists/performers whose work functions as a
vehicle for political expression and social change, and who examine the
We are contacting you about the casting for a Radio Play we are doing at
We need help in finding actors.
Attached (and pasted) is a casting call with description of the four
characters we are searching for -but because much of the work is vocal we
are open to different types if they feel they have a take on the roles.
Please pass along to anybody you think would be interested or know of others
Thank you very much.
Adjusted by Addition
4 PERFORMERS SOUGHT FOR RADIO PLAY AND LIVE PERFORMANCE
Producers: AIR, Art International Radio, Lovett/Codagnone, Tom Cole
Writer: Tom Cole
Directors: Lovett/Codagnone, Tom Cole
Casting Director: Martina Pozzi
Location: New York
Auditions date: Thursday, January 21st
Associate Vice President Foundation and Government Relations
Located in the East Village Arts District in Long Beach, CA the Museum of Latin American Art seeks an Associate Vice President of Foundation and Government Relations. Founded in 1996, MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to the presentation of contemporary Latin American fine art. The AVP of Foundation and Government Relations is responsible for directing and managing the Museum's efforts to secure funding from foundation and government sources for annual giving, exhibitions, education programs and capital funding. The AVP of Foundation and Government Relations directly reports to the Vice President of External Affairs.
Position: Program Assistant- Temporary/Part-Time
Reports to: Director of Programming
Location: P.S. ARTS Offices, Los Angeles, Mar Vista area
Hours: 20 hours a week, some flexibility in scheduling
POSITION SUMMARY: Under direct supervision by the Director of Programming,
the Program Assistant provides administrative and logistical support for the
Program department¹s activities.
* Provide administrative support for P.S. ARTS¹ Program Team
* Coordinate and maintain logistics including school schedules, inventories
* Coordinate all program department meetings
* Track expenditures to submit to Finance department
* Order supplies for Program department and Teaching Artists
* Coordinate logistics for professional development residencies
Seeking STAGE MANAGER and LIGHTING DESIGNER for the musical comedy:
POT! THE MUSICAL
13 Performances: April 2nd – May 8th
Scott Kelman Theater/Electric Lodge, Venice
Equity 99 seat plan; Stipend
Producer: Diane Shinozaki
Associate Producer: Gerardo Lopez
Director: Jen Bloom
Choreographer: Keith Wright
Music Director: Steve Huber
Set Designer: Michael McGee
Pot! The Musical is the story about a young girl named "Sweetie" and her
journey as a non-pot smoker to discovering her life purpose as various
dominating characters parade through her life on both sides of the
spectrum. Whether you are for or against pot it's a musical comedy that
uses laughter to bring to light the circus created by society's
ignorance and discrimination against one of nature's most miraculous
The Director of Development reports to the Artistic & General Director of the Long Beach Opera and works collaboratively with the Board, its Development Committee and opera staff.
The Director of Development (DoD) is responsible for creating, directing and managing all fund raising strategies and programs to further the mission of the Long Beach Opera. The DoD will be responsible for the creating and executing a full range of annual and long term fund development strategies supporting a 2010-11 company budget in excess of $1.5 million, with unearned income budgeted at $750,000, as well as a remaining 2009-10 company budget of $1 million with remaining unearned income budgeted at $170,000.
The Altadena Library District is seeking artists of all mediums to
display their work in our Community Room. All experience levels,
individual artists, and collaborative teams are welcome.
Art Displays will be held monthly in 2010 (check for available months)
If you are interested, please send an email with a photos of your work
(small jpeg files please) or a link to your website to Tina Wallin @
The District reserves the right to decide what is appropriate for
display in the presence of minors. The Library reserves the right to
reject any part of the exhibit or to change the manner of display.
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