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September 2010 Juried Exhibition at
Downtown Art Center Gallery
828 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
The Downtown Art Center Gallery, the largest nonprofit gallery on Gallery Row in Downtown Los Angeles, is holding a juried exhibition. The Opening Reception will be held on a Downtown Art Walk Thursday, which brings approximately 10,000 visitors to Gallery Row each month.
Aug 1st: Deadline for entries
Sept 9th to Oct 7th: Show
Sept 9th: Opening Reception
Three artists will be chosen to participate in a group exhibition in 2011 (date TBD).
Eligible entries include all 2D works.
Please visit www.dacgallery.com for details!
from LA Culture Net
FILM INDEPENDENT seeks a full-time Grants Coordinator.
Please send cover letter, resume, salary history / requirements to: Jobs@FilmIndependent.org
Reports to: Director of Diversity Development
Narrative / Identity – Open Call for group exhibition
Email submissions should be sent to email@example.com by Sept. 15th, 2010.
'Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else's opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.'
Narrative / Identity - Open Call for group exhibition
As a means of grappling with the flux of identity, narratives are a necessary part of individual and social constructs. Whether internal or external, narratives define how we see ourselves and others.
Which facts construct our identities?
Space on White, the innovative space serving New York's performing and visual arts communities, has opened select walls throughout its Tribeca building to house works by artists.
Showcasing your work at Space on White provides you with the ability to side step the costs of booking a solo show or housing your work in a space exclusive to the visual arts. At the Space On White Gallery your work is seen and admired by performers and their audiences from all arts disciplines.
Not to mention, the many and varied special events in our space draws a wide audience of potential buyers in an atmosphere that loves art the way you do.
51st ANNUAL LOS ANGELES COUNTY HOLIDAY CELEBRATION
The Los Angeles County Arts Commission is seeking County-based youth and adult community and professional choirs, dance companies, and music ensembles to perform in the 51st Annual Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration. The Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration is a free public event that honors the spirit of many cultures and holiday traditions through music, song and dance and takes place every December 24th at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles. The stage production is also broadcast live on television, and an annual one-hour highlight broadcast is carried nationally on PBS.
The LA Female Playwrights Initiative (www.lafpi.com) is a grassroots organization. It has commissioned a study of the play-producing tends in the LA theater community from 2000-2009. Responses are requested from LA-based playwrights and theater companies by July 30, 2010. Our goal is to find out the number of productions by male/female playwrights put up on LA stages over the last ten years. Please report and let your voice be heard.
If you are an LA-based playwright or representative of an LA-based company, your participation is requested. If you are in ANY WAY connected to an LA-based playwright or LA-based theater company, please pass this information on to them.
Playwright, Director, Scholar
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), L.A. Local is
part of a national labor union representing over 70,000 performers in radio,
television, and sound recordings, including actors, dancers, singers, stunt
performers, announcers, radio DJ’s, talk show hosts, and news reporters and
anchors. AFTRA Los Angeles is currently looking for a Member Education
Under the direction of the Member Education Director, the Member Education
Coordinator assists in the planning and implementation of AFTRA member programs
and events. This position serves as the staff liaison for Local member
committees and outside entities including entertainment guilds and industry
organizations. The Member Education Coordinator will be responsible for
Filmmakers of all genders, nationalities and faiths can submit short films to a festival devoted to showcasing pro-women voices from within the Muslim world. Deadline for submissions: November 1.
Films should present an unfiltered and honest account of women's stories and their struggle for freedom of expression and human rights. Films can be submitted in a variety of categories.
The first-place winner will recieve US$35,000. Cash prizes totaling $31,000 will be awarded to the top three films in each category. Eight honorable mentions will receive an additional $4,000.
Journalists from Asia, Oceania or Polynesia can submit films on global environmental issues to the Tokyo Global Environmental Film Festival. Deadline: September 15.
The festival has been held annually since 1992 with the goal of understanding the environment better through moving images.
Application guidelines, as well as additional information can be found at: http://www.earth-vision.jp/english/3-0film_entries.htm