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The City of Buena Park's Cultural/Fine Arts Division is looking for art facilitators to hold workshops at our Children Arts Festival on Friday, April 23rd, 2010. Celebrating 40 years of Earth Day, all art facilitors are required to provide a craft using recycled materials.
Volunteers are also needed to mann arts & craft tables, assist instructors, and help with the setup of the event. Great opportunity for high school and college students who need community service credit!
If you would like to submit a proposal for your craft or would like more information, feel free to email Sonia Godoy, Fine Art Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Fine Arts Division at (714) 236-3869.
This is one of the largest and funnest events for our City, so we hope you can be a part of it!
The UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures Presents
...providing space for Los Angeles choreographers to interact and create
Purpose: The UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures is pleased to
announcethe sixth annual Hothouse Residency. Hothouse was developed by
UCLA faculty tosupport the creation of new work by Los Angeles
choreographers and to encourageinteractive exchange during the creative
Hothouse provides aresidency for six local choreographers to create new
work at UCLA's Glorya Kaufman Hall. Each choreographer/performance
artist will be invited to usestudio space free of charge for 4
hours/day, 5 days/week for three weeks.
In exchange for the Hothouse residency, artists are required to share
Do you like playing music for fun?
Are you learning to play a new instrument or a new piece of music?
Not afraid to practice music in an outdoor public space?
Then PUBLIC PRACTICE is for you!
Practice, practice, practice.
Experience the process of practice – not performance – in
unexpected outdoor public spaces at the Music Center.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Open to non-professional INSTRUMENTAL musicians and music hobbyists of
all skill levels and cultural musical traditions. Choose to participate
as a solo musician or as a duo.
HOW DO I APPLY?
It's EASY – apply online, takes as little as 15 minutes! Sign up
Free Concerts Program Applications now Available
With funding support from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the Arts Commission administers the sponsorship of free concerts at community venues throughout Los Angeles County to provide access to quality music programming representing the diversity of County residents. The program provides funding to cover the payment of musicians at community concerts offered free to the public. Applications for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission's 2010 Free Concerts in Public Sites Program are now available on www.lacountyarts.org/free.html. Applications are due on Wednesday, March 10.
I moved to LA in August, and am putting together a visual arts job fair and gallery networking event on Saturday, March 13th. We're looking to put this together as a large community event and we're still looking for an appropriate venue. At this point, more non-traditional spaces are interested than traditional galleries. I'm looking for resources/contacts from the AMP community as well as people interested in participating or helping! I'd love your contributions for locations and galleries... This may evolve into a semi-monthly networking event as well if there's enough interest.
I do have the event on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=267223982577&ref=mf
feel free to contact me here or at email@example.com- let's talk, time's short!
Art Recycle by Day de Dada in 2010. Recycle - resuse - reimagine art at a Day de Dada event. Audience members are encouraged to interact and change found and donated art to create new images and new ideas.
Venues include Second Saturday Staten Island, Chateau Dada, Art at Bay and Art by the Ferry.
More info at http://www.DaydeDada.com/schedule.htm
10 days left to apply for new $2,500 Santa Monica Artist Fellowship grants. Deadline Feb. 18. Details and applications at arts.smgov.net/programs/GrantPrograms.html, or contact Nathan Birnbaum at 310.458.8350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fellowship program serves visual arts, including new media and performance art, creative literature, writing/performance, choreography, musical composition and/or sound composition. To be eligible, artists must have lived or maintained a studio in Santa Monica for a minimum of one year.
from LA Culture Net