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Position: Program Associate- Temporary/Part-Time
Reports to: Program Manager
Location: P.S. ARTS Offices, Los Angeles
POSITION SUMMARY: Under direct supervision by the Program Manager, the
Program Associate provides administrative, evaluative, and logistical
support for the Program department¹s activities. This is a temporary
part-time position with the possibility of growth into a permanent position.
* Provide administrative support for P.S. ARTS¹ Program Team, including, but
not limited to, maintaining calendar, coordinating meetings, managing
faculty professional networking site, and ordering supplies
* Perform data entry and create reports for Director of Programming
* Shoot, archive, and edit video footage of programs
Son of Semele seeks guest production for the fall
"SOSEhost" is Son of Semele's curated no-rent program that allows
guest artists and companies to produce our space at NO COST with
subsidized equipment and administrative support. The goal of SOSEhost
is to support like-minded artists making bold choices in their work.
To submit a project for consideration in SOSEhost, please see the info
page on the program and our theater at
To submit the application, past your answers to the following into an
email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INFO about Son of Semele Ensemble: www.sonofsemele.org
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The Craft and Folk Art Museum seeks an
EXHIBITION AND PUBLICITY COORDINATOR
Coordinates the planning
process for changing exhibitions, installations and other museum projects that
support the mission such as educational programming. Works closely with Public
Relations firm and media to develop short and long range communication
strategies to maximize press coverage of museum’s activities and programs.
Responds to general press inquires.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reporting to the Director of
Public Programs, works with curators and Executive Director to coordinate all
aspects of exhibitions presented by the museum; maintains exhibition master
calendar; keeps records of past exhibitions/installations; works on potential
Call for performance artists
OPEN CALL to NYC performance artists looking for exposure at GRACE
Performance Space located in Bushwick. Seeking FUNNY performance pieces of
approx. 10 minutes in an evening showcase of humorous performance art to be
held on Friday, October 1st. To be curated by Larry Walczak & Lisa Levy,
please contact Larry at email@example.com & include any links that will
from Franklin Furnace
Call for entry:
We invite you to apply to
Making the Leap: Crossing Borders
The deadline for the juried exhibition Making the Leap: Crossing
Borders applications is September 19, 2010
December 1, 2010 January 2, 2011
A.I.R. Gallery, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY
The curators seek works by Asian women artists who have immigrated to the
United States. As an international center for art, New York City attracts
artists from all over the world, many of whom deal with dual cultural,
racial and national identities, and issues of separation from families and
loved ones. In the city, one may experience culture shock due to peculiar
living situations, and to different gender role expectations than those
Opportunities at apexart
a. "Commercial" Art: Video Call
Open call for video submissions with an opportunity to win $2,000.
Accepting submissions through October 31, 2010.
Commercials may or may not be the most creative thing on TV or the Internet,
but we know you can make them better. Take any broadcast commercial, cut it,
dub it, repeat it, or flip it and make it art for an upcoming apexart
exhibition that will be on view from November 10 - December 22, 2010. For
more info visit us at: http://apexart.org/videocall.htm
b. The Franchise Program: F 2011
Let us finance your exhibition anywhere in the world.
Accepting submissions from July 14 - October 1, 2010.
Mount your own group exhibition anywhere in the world. For the past two
Call for participation for DIAGONAL install-action project.
In our environment the vertical and horizontal lines are pulsating in a
continuous and stable rhythm. The diagonal body is an attempt to brake this
monotony, to create tension, to be between start and stop.
Project's website: www.diagonal.vancsa.com
Who can participate?
How to make it?
Search a place where your diagonal fits well. Lean forward till your body
shape will look like a diagonal and make a photo with the help of a remote
control, timer or with help of somebody. Other way of making this temporal
diagonal posture can be ok.
I will publish only those images, which are not off topic, doesn’t contain
Deadline: Wednesday, September 1st by 6pm
Eligibility: The call is open to all emerging artists working in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura and San Bernardino counties. All forms of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital and installation art are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. All submitted art pieces should fall under the theme of "Our Urban Ocean," so pieces having to do with our ports, human uses of the ocean (i.e. scuba diving, water sports, beach activities), marine life affected by the urban ocean, and/or ocean pollution. The theme of your work should be how you see the urbanized coast and ocean and what it means to you.
WORLD FESTIVAL OF SACRED MUSIC - LOS ANGELES
OCT 1-16, 2011
CALL FOR APPLICANTS!
For 16 days and nights in October 2011, the fifth World Festival of Sacred Music will fill L.A.'s major theaters, churches, synagogues, temples and outdoor venues with more than 25 performances by artists representing the sacred music and dance traditions of our city.
Applications for artists, venues, and producers available online. Deadline January 10, 2011.
For more information, visit:
The Arts Council for Long Beach (Arts Council) is seeking proposals for
temporary exhibitions and
site-specific installations for a new visual art gallery in downtown Long
Beach. Artists, curators, directors,
as well as gallery, museum and public art professionals are invited to
apply. In addition, non-profit,
visual arts organizations may explore the use of the gallery as a satellite,
or primary exhibition space.
Established in 1981, the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency¹s Percent for
Public Art Policy requires developers to contribute
a percentage of project costs to the creation of public art. In fulfillment
of their obligation, Lyon Communities has elected to
create a visual art gallery for their new development: gallery421 in
downtown Long Beach.