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WORK / Wassaic invites all artists to submit work:
Deadline: March 25!
OPENING: SATURDAY, APRIL 17th, 2010
1pm - 5pm
at WORK Gallery, 65 Union Street, Brooklyn NY 11231
Guidlines can be found online here: http://wassaicproject.com/wp/springfund.html
Once again, in collaboration with WORK Gallery, The Wassaic Project invites you to submit work of any genre to be exhibited at WORK Gallery on April 17th, 2010 for our 2010 fundraiser. All work will be donated to the two organizations and the proceeds will benefit the exciting duo.
Time Out NY said of the 2009 I Heart Art show: "It pays to keep an eye on what WORK’s got cooking in its red shack overlooking the Red Hook Shipyards..."
Submit your work now and be a part of this year's show!
Attendants will work with the LACE team to carry out the day-to-day operations of the gallery during the Spring exhibition ART AGAINST EMPIRE. Attendants will have the opportunity to interact directly with visitors and artists during gallery hours. Attendants will also attend private walkthroughs with the artists to learn about the project and be able to fully education the public on LACE's programming. This position provides a point of entry to contemporary art.
. performing day-to-day duties, including opening/ closing gallery and tracking gallery attendance
. ensuring quality of visitors' experience through facility maintenance
. performing clerical duties, including answering phone calls and sorting mail
. assisting with general for upcoming programs
California Arts Council's Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program
California artists with disabilities and arts organizations can apply for mini-grants through the California Arts Council's Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program.
The purpose of the Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program is twofold:
1. To assist California artists with disabilities with their professional development and
2. To assist arts organizations to be inclusive of audiences and artists with disabilities.
Examples of eligible projects are described below. The list is not meant to be limiting or all-inclusive.
Click here for more information: http://nadc.ucla.edu/grants.cfm
Intern will work with the LACE team to support the production of LACE exhibitions and events. This position provides the opportunity to learn about the installation of the upcoming Art Against Empire, an exhibition of over 100 works from the archives of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Intern will work directly with the Assistant Director and Gallery Supervisor, as well as the artists and curators, to develop production plans and supervise LACE curatorial staff during the installation of the exhibition. This position provides hands-on experience in gallery operations and a point of entry to contemporary art.
. assist LACE production team in the installation of upcoming exhibition and events,
. support the reorganization of LACE's facilities,
Workshops: Call For Proposals
-- Deadline: March 15th --
The International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) is now accepting
proposals for workshops. These workshop events focus on the
development of knowledge through demonstrations, hands-on learning,
and tutorials with a special emphasis on physical computing and
building things. The topics of these events can range from
demonstration of software techniques, physical modeling, design of
hardware, specialist techniques, circuit bending, hardware hacking,
software programming, physical computing, real-time sound
synthesis/analysis, DSP, development of new musical instruments.
Workshops will be open to enrollment from the general public, creating
learning experiences between conference participants and visitors to
Mamori Sound Project
6th Annual Workshop/Residency for sound artists & composers
at Mamori Lake (Amazon, Brazil)
November 2010 / 2 weeks
Conceived and directed by Francisco López
Jardin de las Granadas REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (rfp)
Exhibition: 2010-2011 Jardin de Las Granadas Temporary Sculpture Exhibitions
Deadline to submit proposals: 4:30pm, March 11, 2010
Information: Rita A. Ferri, Visual Arts Coordinator/Curator of Collections
Public Art Opportunity: Jardin de las Granadas Exhibitions 2010-11
Host a minimum of 2 two-hour art workshops per Quarter for a total of approximately 4 hours with a fellow volunteer at one of the playrooms at Children's Hospital or Harbor UCLA- Torrance.
The workshops rotate between playrooms and clinics in order to reach various patient populations at the hospital. For admitted patients as well as their visiting siblings, these workshops provide both a stimulating experience and exposure to a new activity. Upon leaving the hospital, many of these patients are eligible to participate in the Outpatient Coaching Program. Our goal is to provide a creative outlet for these children to develop new skills and focus on something other than their illness.
If interesting in volunteering, please contact Becca at becca [at] coachart [dot] org.
My name is Becca and I work for a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles called CoachArt. We provide free lessons in the arts, music and athletics to kids with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and their siblings. We look for experienced professionals and amateurs in a wide range of activities including photography, art, music, yoga, cooking, creative writing, acting, dancing and more to donate their time and instruction to our students. We pair volunteers with students one-on-one for a ten week session, once a week for approximately one hour. Our goal is to promote normalcy and personal development in kids who truly need it. If you are interested in learning more about how to volunteer with us, please contact me at Becca at coachart dot org.
from LA Culture Net
The Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art (LAAFA) is currently looking to hire a highly motivated full-time Admissions Director. The qualified candidate will work with a talented team of individuals in a creative environment where they will have the opportunity to make their mark in the world of art education.
LAAFA offers a full time, 3-year studio art program with a focus on a disciplined approach to representational painting. Within this framework, we offer a broad range of technical and conceptual approaches to the articulation of the perceived and the experienced. The mission of our school is to provide its students with both the technical and intellectual ability to address issues in the contemporary art world.