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The Los Angeles Bi Task Force (LABTF) has a CALL-OUT for any bi/fluid/pansexual men and women with creative talent! We are organizing a mini Bi Arts Fest on Thursday, September 23rd at 7:30pm for Celebrate Bisexuality Day Weekend. This will be at the Village @ Ed Gould Plaza at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center.
Spoken word artists
...other creative types!
Each performer/group will have a 10-15 minute set. Or if you know of anyone, please forward this request.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a sample of your work by Wednesday, September 1st.
Chair, Steering Committee
Los Angeles Bi Task Force (LABTF)
India's Jaipur International Film Festival seeks film submissions in feature, short, documentary and animation categories. Deadline: October 31.
In 2010, JIFF screened 87 movies (out of 350 submissions) and presented 12 awards. The festival includes a red carpet film festival award ceremony, galas, fashion shows and screenings. A workshop on cinema in Jaipur will run in advance of the festival, from October 12 to 16.
For more information, click here.
A photo competition seeks works related to people, water, technology and the environment. Residents of the European Union and the 78 member states of the Cotonou Agreement can apply. Deadline: October 19.
Winners will compete for prizes up to EU€5,000 (US$6,400) to be awarded at the "People's Choice Photo on People, Water and ICTs" seminar sponsored by the ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) in Pretoria, South Africa.
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Authentic Contemporary Art (ACA), a five year old virtual and community-based resource for contemporary art by emerging artists announces a new partnership with the Center for Green Urbanism to showcase exhibitions of contemporary art. The Center is a new business incubator providing office space for small to mid-size businesses and start-ups interested in locating in Ward 7 in far northeast Washington, DC. The Center is located at 3938 Benning Road NE on the edge of Fort Mahan Park, a national park site and gateway to the Fort Circle Park Trail. The building is located directly across the street from the new Benning Road Library and is walking distance from the Minnesota Avenue metro stop on the orange line.
On September 21, 2010, we will be launching the largest single day new college student volunteer event in the country. We are looking for muralists to help us design art in early September for some local schools and shelters to be painted by our students.
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We will pay artists fees. If interested, contact David Bloome at email@example.com
from LA Culture Net
REDCAT is seeking original performance works for the next edition of Studio, REDCAT's quarterly series of new works and works in progress in dance, theater, music, performance art or multidisciplinary. If you have a project 15 minutes or under and would like to be considered—apply now.
Application Deadline: Thursday, September 16,
Showings: Saturday, September 25, 2010
Performance dates: Saturday & Sunday,
November 6 – 7, 2010 at 8:30pm
*Visit our website http://www.redcat.org/artist-opportunities
and complete the online application
Here’s a direct link to the application: https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/calarts.edu/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dHg...
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The Chinese American Museum (CAM) invites visual artists to participate in (de)Constructing Chinatown, a new exhibition that re-examines Los Angelesâ€™ Chinatown to open in October 2011. Stipends of $3,000 will be awarded to selected artists to help support and subsidize the completion of the project to be exhibited at the museum, with possible additional funding of $1,500. Application deadline: 3:00PM October 6, 2010
This exhibition aims to provide an alternative to the commonly held preconceived notions about Los Angelesâ€™ Chinatown and aspires to re-envision a new perspective that includes real understanding and appreciation of Chinatown as an essential part of Los Angelesâ€™ changing landscape.
Events and Outreach Intern
Community Arts, an award winning non-profit organization serving at-risk Los
Angeles youth in arts and education, is looking for a motivated individual who
is interested in learning how a non-profit coordinates and manages fundraising
events to support its programming.
position, you will directly assist the Event Coordinator for a large
fundraising event, providing support leading up to and on the event day of Oct.
Dates: August 2010 – Oct 2010
commit to a full work day on Sun. Oct. 24
5-10 hours per week
schedule depending on event staff needs
METRO EXPO LINE: FARMDALE STATION
Call to Artists
Artists are invited to submit qualifications for art opportunities at Farmdale Station on the Metro Expo Line, which is currently under construction. This is an ideal opportunity for both emerging and established artists with a background in any two-dimensional media and a desire to expand their studio practice to include public art. Previous public art experience is not a requirement for this project.