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The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre is seeking an experience, qualified Assistant House Manager for the over 100 performances presented at the Ford Amphitheatre this summer and fall. The 1200-seat outdoor Ford Amphitheatre is set in the Hollywood Hills just across from the Hollywood Bowl. It is an intimate theatre featuring music, dance, film and family events. The Ford Amphitheatre is a program of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
Instrumental musicians/ bands wanted to perform on Friday nights from 6:30 - 7:30 pm at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
Small honorarium offered.
Email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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from LA Culture Net
Another new painting from my God What God series:
This one is: In God We Trust
One of my latest paintings from the God What God Series.
This one is: In Gods Name Part 2
Acrylic on canvas
The Wassaic Project invites all artists to apply:
Artist Residency: September / October
2010 Session EXTENDED! Application for September 1 – October 31 is NOW AVAILABLE! Residencies are 1 to 2 months.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 23, 11:59pm
Please see guidelines and application HERE.
Pics of the studios can be seen on facebook HERE.
-- The Wassaic Project Team
2010 Artist Resident Hope Gangloff's Studio. Images courtesy of the Artist and Susan Inglett Gallery.
2010 Artist Resident Breanne Trammell's Studio.
The Arab Fund for Arts & Culture (AFAC) is a non profit organization providing direct financial assistance to independent artists and cultural institutions across the Arab region.
ACAF invites artists, NGOs, cultural and educational organizations, governmental bodies and private companies working in culture and arts in the Arab World to send in project proposals in the fields of:
Workshops and capacity building.
Application form & guidelines:
Application should be completed in Arabic, and sent by e-mail to:
Or in a sealed envelope addressed to:
Arab Fund for Culture & Arts
Amman 11118, Jordan Po Box 1402
Deadline: 31 August 2010
The fifth annual Everett M. Rogers Award for Achievement in Entertainment Education was a great success last September, and we are delighted to announce the sixth year of the Rogers Award.
The award, named in memory of internationally recognized communication scholar and former USC Annenberg School associate dean Everett M. Rogers, was presented in 2009 to Charles "Garth" Japhet, the creator of Soul City, a large-scale, highly effective multimedia entertainment education program in Southern Africa. Other previous winners are Mexican writer/producer Miguel Sabido, entertainment education scholar Arvind Singhal, Stanford University professor Albert Bandura and international entertainment educator and activist David Poindexter.
Women photographers of Asian descent are invited to submit photo essays covering issues or events in the applicant's native country. Deadline: August 31.
Fifteen projects will be selected for screening as part of the Angkor photo festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on September 10.
For more information, visit www.angkor-photo.com
Taller Portobelo Norte Summer Art Colony . July 4th - July 25th
Taller Portobelo Norte is now accepting proposals for it's 2010 Summer Art
Colony in Panama.
The TPN Art Colony is a two or three week summer residency program for
emerging and professional visual artists that attracts a diverse and
talented set of individuals to work independently on the continuation of
their current projects or the realization of new small works. Art Colony
participants have a documented commitment to their artistic practice and the
ability to appreciate and grow in an atmosphere of independent, guerilla
style creativity that applauds innovation and forward thinking.
Taller Portobelo Norte defines art broadly enough to encompass a myriad of
A Noise Within, California's Home for The Classics, seeks a movement teacher
for a 3-week day camp program "Summer With Shakespeare" starting *July 7*.
The Movement Teacher is a vital part of our team, which collectively leads a
group of approximately 25 students ages 10-15 in courses leading to a
presentation of the monologues and scenes of William Shakespeare.
The Movement teacher should be trained with experience leading courses for
youth in one or more forms of classical movement including Suzuki,
Alexander, Period Dance, Mask, Commedia dell'arte, Creative Movement, or
other forms/methods. Classes are 1-hour to 1.5 hours each, and will take
place during the daytime between the hours of 10am-12:30pm. Schedule is