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Employment Opportunity: Director of Gallery Programs
The Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, CA is searching for a new Director of Gallery Programs to advance the Armory's contemporary exhibitions program.
The ideal candidate will have a strong track record of leading, curating and managing a significant exhibitions program in a contemporary, interdisciplinary arts organization.
For complete details regarding job responsibilities, desired qualifications, and application procedures, please download:
Application materials due via snail mail no later than May 7th, 2010.
from LA Culture Net
*CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – VIDEO ART / FILM / FICTION*
*A collaborative performance and exhibition at Pieter*
*Sunday, May 16, 2010 7pm *
*Privacy/Publicity* is a curated event featuring dance, fiction reading, and
video art. Our aim is to open a conversation, via these art forms, around
the status of the terms *private* and *public*. We are seeking work that
addresses the interplay of private and public space, physical and virtual
experience, individuality and collectivity—all the concepts that describe
the particular experience of living in an age of unprecedented access to
We are seeking video art, film and works of fiction. Submissions should
reflect the theme *Privacy/Publicity* as outlined above. Video entries
From e-artnow - sounds cool.
01SJ Biennial September 2010
ZER01: The Art and Technology Network
01SJ Biennial Dates:
September 16-19, 2010
What do Rockwell Group, video memento mori, artist Rigo23, multimedia opera, collector Dennis Scholl, robotic sculpture, Adobe Systems Inc., inter-species food, the sound of climate change, DIY practice, cellist Zoë Keating, complex biological systems, tomato-based audio emissions, interactive architectural systems, and Blast Theory all have in common?
They're Building New Worlds of Experience at the 01SJ Biennial
Project Title: Art for Social Action
Special Skills: Spanish fluency; Artistic training in any media
Locations: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador
Cost: $1,500 for personal expenses, roundtrip airfare, deposit
Project Duration: 12 months
Age: College graduate with community work experience
Email Contact: email@example.com
Learn more: www.artcorp.org
JTTP 2010 -- Jeu de temps / Times Play
A CEC-ACMA Collaboration
Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC)
Canadian Electroacoustic Community
+ Australasian Computer Music Association (ACMA)
[E] Call for New Works from Young and / or Emerging Sound Artists / Composers
The CEC is pleased to announce that ACMA
(Australasian Computer Music Association) has
accepted our invitation to collaborate on JTTP
2010. This year's edition is therefore open to
artists from (or living in) Canada, Australia and
The deadline for submission to the annual JTTP
competition is June 1, 2010*. More information on
how to submit your work and eligibility is found
at the following web addresses.
As of the 2010 edition, multichannel submissions
*Theater Teacher Sought*
*Muckenthaler Cultural Center*
*WORK SCHEDULE*- On-going classes 2-6 hours/week contracted
Looking for proven theatre teachers experienced with special populations to
teach in our after-school programs and in our partnership with foster care
youth programs. Bi-lingual Spanish a plus. Could become a full-time
position in the future.
*DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES* Duties may include, but are not limited to,
- Prepare and teach VAPA Standards-based lessons for students
- Teach enunciation, diction, voice development, and dialects, using
voice exercises, speech drills, explanation, lectures, and improvisation.
- Discuss and demonstrate vocal and body expression to teach acting
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