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CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR "BLUE PLANET" exhibition on the theme of water.
DEADLINE: SAT. April 24, 2010
JUROR: KIM ABELES
OPENING: SAT. June 26, 2010, 5 to 7 pm
VENUE: SOMArts, San Francisco
BLUE PLANET examines the social, political and economic aspects of
water. Exhibit runs in conjuction with Elements: An EcoArt Conference
on Friday, 6/25 that features panels, film-festival, discussion
groups, art-making, performance events and awards ceremony.
PROSPECTUS online at http://www.sbawca.org/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/blue_planet_pr...
Open to all California based artists whose art addresses the topic of
water. Submit up to 3 high-res images or video on CD (see prospectus
for details) plus short Artists Statement.
The Armory Center for the Arts is seeking proposals from Southern Californian artists and architects for a temporary site-specific Land/Environmental art installation or structure in a vacant lot in Northwest Pasadena.
Proposals are due via email by May 15th. Winner will be notified by May 31st. Winning project will be installed in June and run from July - December, 2010.
A $1,000 honorarium will be provided to the selected artist/architect to cover expenses related to the creation of the work.
Download complete details and application requirements at:
from LA Culture Net
The Consul General of Argentina in Los Angeles, the Honorable Jorge T. Lapsenson, is searching for a gallery in which to mount an exhibit of 75 photographs, each 16" x 20" , titled Five Argentine Photographers, A View from the South, in celebration of 200 years of Argentine independence in September 2010. The exhibition space should have an adjacent space for an opening night reception, and access to the public for a period of 2 to 3 weeks, if possible. Any interested parties are invited to contact the Argentine Consulate at telephone number 323.954.0347, or email@example.com attention Barbara Blanco Rodriguez, Assistant to the Consul General.
from LA Culture Net
LONG BEACH PLAYHOUSE MANAGING / OPERATIONS DIRECTOR - POSITION
DESCRIPTION AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
This is a part-time (estimated 25hrs per week,) on-site
(no-telecommuting,) exempt / salaried position with benefits. Occasional
evening / weekend hours required to ensure smooth operations of Opening
Nights, benefit performances and special events. Position will start
immediately after hire.
The Managing Director (MD), under the supervision of the Board of
Directors (the Board), is responsible for the overall general management
of The Long Beach Community Players, Inc. (the Company). The MD, with
the assistance of Board of Directors and assigned committees, shall
oversee all business operations, ensure quality a customer / patron
Assistant Director, Support Organizations
The Music Center/Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County, one of
the nation's premier performing arts institutions located in
Downtown Los Angeles, seeks a skilled professional to serve in the role
of planning and coordinating special events logistics.
Reporting to the Director, Support Organizations the Assistant Director
is responsible for the development, management and coordination of
special events and fundraising projects for one or more Music Center
support organization as determined and assigned by the Director. In
addition, the Assistant Director will also have responsibility for the
coordination of department-wide events such as a large scale annual
City of Torrance Community Services Department
Cultural Services Division
RECREATION SPECIALIST -- (Exhibition Preparator)
$15.87 - $17.50 per hour
The City of Torrance Community Services Department is currently accepting applications for a Recreation Specialist (Exhibition Preparator) with the Cultural Services Division.
Under general supervision, the Recreation Specialist (Exhibition Preparator) works mostly during the times when exhibits at the Torrance Art Museum (TAM) are being installed and taken down.
* Plan and organize exhibition elements for TAM, working with curators and artists;
* Advise curators and artists on feasibility of installation and availability of materials;
Position: Director of Development Venice Arts seeks a Director of
Development to oversee and implement its development and communication
strategies. Working under the supervision of the Executive Director,
this full–time position has responsibilities in the following key
1. Donor Development
2. Annual Campaign
4. Supervise Grants Manager in Grant–based Development
5. Marketing and Communications
6. Related Administrative Duties
The ideal candidate is an individual with:
1. A proven track record in each area outlined, above, with at least
2 years experience working in a management level position in
development; existing relationships with local and national foundation,
public, and corporate funders a plus
San Fernando Valley artists are invited to submit their work for
consideration for the Valley Artists Studio Tour (VAST) 2010. Artists
will open their studios during the October 2-3 weekend for the public to
tour, meet the valley's many fine artists, and purchase their works.
Proceeds from the ticket sales will benefit the non-profit programs
sponsored by the San Fernando Valley Arts Council. The application
deadline is April 23. To download an application, access the web at
Established in 1969, The San Fernando Valley Arts Council is a
non-profit organization dedicated to providing arts programs for the
public. The SFVAC meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Monday of every month
I currently live in Kernville, but need band members in LA. SF is acceptable. Need to make a video to use for bookings as I launch new album. Music on www.amyarena.com . I could use a guitarist and a drummer or, even better, someone who bangs on drum machines like my busy husband (youtube Jeremy Ellis). Thanks! Amy
Ventura Art Festival “Call to Artists”
Ventura Art Festival
Saturday October 2 from 10-6 and Sunday October 3 from 10-4
Plaza Park in downtown Ventura
Artists of all original fine art and fine craft disciplines may
apply. Artists must submit one application per category. All entries
will be juried. Digital images of work required for jurying. Show
juried by Michael Kelly, fine artist/designer and Director, Ray
Bradbury Theater and Film Foundation.
Application Fees are:
$15 Early Bird Application Fee (received by May 15)
$25 Application Fee (received by June 30)
$35 Late Application Fee (if received by July 23)
Artists must provide their own displays and/or canopy. Space fee is
This year, the Ventura Art Festival will select a Featured Artist.