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Attention Artists focusing on collage, found art, fiber arts and assemblage. The reDiscover Center a non-profit arts and education center in Culver City is THE source for inexpensive materials for your next work of art. Our warehouse is full of objects from fabric, to wire, to metal, to wood, to foam and glass. All proceeds go to benefit our environmental arts programs for children. Come out to support a great cause and shop for some fabulous new materials to inspire your work!
Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesdays 2:30 to 5:30.
12958 Washington Blvd. Culver City 90066
**Please enter the warehouse from the alley. We hold classes in front and do not want to interrupt. Thank you
from LA Culture Net
Crawl Space residency, call for submissions, deadline April 19
Studio Intensive Residency at Crawl Space- CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: APRIL 19, 2009
RESIDENCY DATES: Between JUNE 10-19TH, 2009
EXHIBITION DATES: JUNE 20-JULY 12, 2009
Studio Intensive Residency is a program in which one selected artist is confined to Crawl Space grounds for one week to prepare an exhibition (performances included).
Upstage Festival, New Zealand, call for proposals, deadline May 31
*Call for proposals: 090909 UpStage Festival* http://www.upstage.org.nz
The third UpStage festival of cyberformance (live online performance) will be held on 090909 (9 September 2009). The call is now open for performance proposals.
The 090909 Upstage Festival aims to create a participatory space for collaboration, creation, and for the presentation of current cyberformance. The festival provides a platform (and shares the technical expertise) to enable artists to experiment with the new medium, and to have their work seen alongside performances by internationally renowned practitioners - in a celebration of the evolution and diversity of cyberformance practices.
California Art Organizations Funding Opportunity
The Arts and Accessibility Technical Assistance Program
The California Arts Council in collaboration with the National Arts and
Disability Center at UCLA announces a funding opportunity through June
2009, "The California Arts Council's Art and Technical Assistance
Mini-grants for Arts Organizations to Engage Artists or Audiences with
Disabilities will support:
* Activities that make use of California artists with
* Creating alternative formats for materials such as large print,
Braille, audio description, ASL interpreter, and/or captioning
* Creation of new work, new approaches, and directions
* Opportunities to discuss specific issues, and trends in the
The California Dance Network
Your resource for dance in California.
· Free Event Postings
· Networking with other Dancers and Companies
· Dance News and Reviews - updated daily
· Free Artist/Company Profiles
· Interactive Dance Map
· Be Counted in the Dance Census
If you are a dance artist, company, venue or fan, the California Dance Network is your free connection to the dance community in California. This growing website provides dance-related contacts throughout the state through an interactive map featuring dancers, teachers, performance spaces, dance suppliers, administration resources and more. You can also read news and reviews from around the country as well as post your own shows, workshops and events on a state-wide calendar.
Passed on...perhaps this could be useful for some people.
Dear Artists, Art Dealers, and Art Consultants:
We are seeking artists and musicians to be featured in a real estate
marketing campaign. We are assisting an innovative developer, Eli Karp,
with marketing several new developments in the Prospect Heights area. One
of the developments, “Hello,” consists of 6 buildings (soon to be 9) with 43
vacant units left. We’re looking to fill about 15 “gallery” spaces and 10
“staged” spaces. Please email me for additional details.
We also have another 36 unit building in the Prospect Heights/Crown Heights
area that’s almost complete and another 32 unit building in the Crown
Heights area that will be ready for marketing late spring/early summer, plus
Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival 2009 Call for Entries
The Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival is pleased to announce that the 2009
Call for Entries is officially open. We would greatly appreciate your help
spreading the word to your filmmakers, colleagues, and supporters. Please
forward the following announcement to your list. Let me know if this is
And don’t forget, the Mead Traveling Festival is available for rental. Bring
the Mead to your community! For a full list of available titles and more
information visit our website: http://www.amnh.org/programs/mead/traveling/.
Traveling Festival Manager
The Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival CALL FOR ENTRIES is now open.
Here's an intriguing organization that was just brought to my attention: Wage for Work, based on the premise that art contributes to the economy, and that artists should receive "payment for making the world more interesting."
Lots of links to look at on their page. They have a point.
A few slivers of film I put together of me in various things....wanted to make them into a stream of feelings...the kind I've had while looking in a bathroom mirror on a train going somewhere.....reviewing where I've been and wondering where I'm going...
Helloooooo! I'm finally deciding to do something on here!
Okay....now, I'm going to do a little tour around the site.....see what I see....
I can't believe I joined 49 weeks ago and had done NOTHING on here, not even put up a picture or any of my work!
Going from this moment....
Suzanne Bella Land