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EXHIBITOR SPACE OPEN AT THE YOUTH & FAMILY COURTYARD
AT THE 25TH ANNUAL ABBOT KINNEY FESTIVAL
150,000 People attend this 1-Day Festival every year! Spots are filling up quickly! Donâ€™t miss out!
Festival partner Inside Out Community Arts welcomes exhibitors and nonprofits to display arts, crafts, general merchandise, literature, and offer community volunteer opportunities at the 25th Annual Abbot Kinney Festival.
Sunday, September 27, 2009 from 10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Arts and Crafts Exhibitor
10x10 Booth Space - $450 on or after May 25. (Includes canopy. Per Los Angeles City Fire Dept all canopies must be supplied by Abbot Kinney Festival).
The Actors Fund's Health Insurance Resource Center (HIRC), in partnership with The Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI) and Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC), recently launched a national artists' health care reform website, Artists United for Health Care www.artistsunitedforhealthcare.org
The website's goal is to enable artists to get directly involved in advocating for meaningful and real reform through sending letters to their Congressional representatives and by joining with other participating organizations who are working hard to effect change.
from LA Culture Net
Next Pomona Artwalk is September 12th from 6pm -11pm. We're seeking artists in Music, Fashion, Art, and Photography. Display your art for a month at one of the hottest galleries in Pomona. Now accepting submissions in jpeg or link (website) for consideration. If selected, we ask $10 for each piece that you would like to submit. Extra charge for pieces larger than 3ftx3ft. This will cover costs to throw the event. We wont take commission for any art sale. Now accepting submissions. Deadlines for submissions is August 31st.
from LA Culture Net
RESPOND TO INVITATION BY CONTACTING Priscilla Otani -
INVITATION IN ENGLISH
Postcard Call for Participation: “Zero Nuclear Weapons, Zero Weapons of Mass
Destruction: Create a Culture of Peace Now!”
KIK (Kulturel Information - Koordination), The Ribbon International, and
Women’s Caucus for Art invite artists, mail artists, students, children,
activists and concerned individuals, classrooms and organizations to create
postcards for this year’s United Nations NGO Conference, “For Peace and
Development: Disarm Now!”
Our postcard theme focuses on one of the major issues debated at this
conference: “Zero Nuclear Weapons, Zero Weapons of Mass Destruction – Why?
I'll Show You Mine . . .
NightHawksLA is currently accepting titillating submissions for our
upcoming show "I'll Show You Mine . . . "
If your work seduces, entices, or exalts the taboo, please submit
samples or links of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
by Sunday, August 16th.
"I'll Show You Mine . . . "
An evening of Art and Music
Saturday, August 29th
9:00 pm to 1:00 am
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR presents
CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS BOOKS CONFERENCE
New York City | October 2-3 2009
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
In collaboration with Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair, the Art Libraries Society of New York (ARLIS/NY) announces a conference on contemporary artists' books. The program will include speakers, panels, artists' presentations, and receptions. The conference focuses on recent developments in artists' books. Sessions this year focus on zines, data-oriented artists' books, reprints, print on demand, and criticism. These and other themes are intended to encourage dialog amongst scholars, collectors, artists, and librarians.
Curate a Hayward Touring Exhibition.
Application deadline: 5pm, Monday 21 September 2009
London SE1 8XX
Hayward Touring invites proposals for an exhibition to be shown in four UK galleries in 2010/11.
Photographers from all over the world can now submit photos to a campaign intended to raise awareness of the many successes of the development process. The campaign intends to counterbalance the frequently shown images of desolation and despair, and is accepting submissions until October 1.
THe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Global Photography Campaign will feature a permanent photo gallery at the International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG) office in Brazil and open for public visitation. Series of photo exhibitions will also be organized in several cities around the world.
Anyone can contribute a photograph: professional and non-professional photographers, students, civil society activists, government officials, UN staff members and so forth.