FALLFEST is looking for artists to exhibit their work during their 2015 event, Rock the River. FALLFEST will be waving the $100 vendor fee for ARTISTS. To apply, fill out the form below and email it to Megan Brousseau, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 951.530.8823
Information Session for Students and Teachers!
Join the office of Congressman Mark Takano for an information session to learn how your students can become involved in the Congressional Art Competition. Winners are recognized both here in their district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC. The winning works are even displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol!
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
The Afterimage Gallery
University Village 1201 University Avenue
For more information, please call Heidi Wills at (951) 222-0203 or e-mail at Heidi.WIlls@mail.house.gov
Sign-up by visiting: Congressional-Art.Eventbrite.com
Calling all artists! RCC MUSE magazine is looking for artists to be included in their spring 2016 Centennial Edition. For consideration and possible publication, please email up to 3 pieces to Muse art editors by November 30, 2015.
B&W or color
Open to any medium (except sculpture!)
Portait orientation preferable, but we will consider landscape.
Scans must be 300 dpi
Note: in the body of the email, please include your full name and most current contact information, along with 3-5 line bio.
Please email scans (3 maximum) to one the following art editors by NOVEMBER 30, 2015.:
Marcos Corona: email@example.com
Maribel Bañuelos: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please visit www.rccmuse.tumblr.com
The City of Temecula Community Services Department is currently accepting applications from Artists of all mediums and Artisans of handmade jewelry, pottery, glass, wood and more for our First Fridays event held monthly in Old Town Temecula. This event invites artists and artisans to exhibit their work in various locations in Old Town (Gallery at the Merc, Gallery at the Civic Center, The Truax Building, and more). Food and music are provided at each event. There is no cost to the artist. All events are promoted through posters, flyers, social media, e-blasts, press releases and more.
Temecula is rapidly growing and expanding as a premier art destination. This is your chance to join us and be a part of this exciting art movement!
For more information about the City of Temecula First Fridays event please email Gail Zigler at email@example.com
Riverside County partnered with the Riverside Arts Council is proud to present the Artscape Exhibition located in the Riverside County Administration Center. The bi-annual rotating exhibit is the perfect way for the public to see art on a regular basis in a non-traditional space. Artists throughout the county represent the wide variety of talented artists within the region.
If you are interested in exhibiting your work, please download the submission check list below and email your submission to Rachael@RiversideArtsCouncil.com. Deadline for submissions for the Fall & Winter exhibition is July 31, 2015.
Cal Humanities is pleased to offer grants of $10,000 through our Community Stories program to support story-based public humanities projects that collect, preserve, interpret, and share the stories of California communities—past and present. Applications deadline is August 3, 2015; grant awards will be made beginning December 2015.
Interested? Peruse the Community Stories grant application guidelines, and attend an informational webinar for potential applicants onWednesday, May 20 (registration here—webinar recording available to all registrants). For more information about the program, visit the Cal Humanities website.
Cal Humanities’ Community Stories grants program provides funding to support a wide range of community-initiated public humanities projects, including:
· story-based performances
· community forums
· video and radio documentaries
· interpretive exhibits
Since 2003, we have made more than 450 awards for projects that collectively illustrate the diversity and breadth of the California experience.
· California-based nonprofit and fiscally sponsored organizations
· local/state public agencies or institutions
What is the funding criteria?
Cal Humanities supports story-based public humanities projects that:
· focus on collecting and sharing real stories of California’s communities
· involve at least one humanities expert as an advisor
· use the methods of analysis that inform the humanities as well as community-based research
· produce work that is publicly accessible
What is the funding level?
· Grant awards range up to $10,000
· Matching cash or in-kind donations are required
Need more info?
For complete program information, including current guidelines, application materials and instructions, and descriptions of funded projects, click HERE.
Please note: Applications submitted to the February 2015 deadline are undergoing review; awards will be announced in June.
Part-Time Art Instructors Wanted: We are looking for part-time, realistic, acrylic painting and/or drawing instructors for Michaels Arts and Crafts in Riverside and Redlands. Instructors teach 2-hour beginner level workshops and receive 90% of total class registration costs.
We are looking for:
*ability to paint and teach in acrylics (should have basic knowledge of acrylic paints; their properties) and/or ability to draw and teach with graphite and charcoal (with basic knowledge of materials)
*people with the desire and ability to market themselves and their classes.
*ability to create realistic artwork (landscapes, sea-scapes, still-lifes, florals)
*some teaching experience *friendly, outgoing, upbeat personalities
If interested in learning more about the art instructor position, please e-mail your inquiry to Sophie Theroux, Chartpak Education Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Newport Beach City Arts Commission invites artists to participate in the 2015 Newport Beach Art Exhibition to be held on Saturday, June 13 at the Newport Beach Civic Center, 100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach.
For over 50 years, the City of Newport Beach Arts Commission has recognized the talent and contributions of local artists by hosting a juried art exhibition that gives the community the opportunity to view and purchase paintings, photography and sculpture created by hundreds of regional artists.
Artists, 18 years of age or older, may submit one or two original works of art to be displayed and judged. Categories include painting/multi-media, photography and sculpture. This is a juried exhibition with awards ranging in value from $100 - $300. Awards will be announced at the reception at 4:30 p.m. on June 13 in the Artwork entries, along with a $30 entry fee for one entry or $40 for two entries, can be submitted using the online Registration Form on the City’s website at www.newportbeachca.gov/culturalarts under “Newport Beach Art Exhibition.” Eligibility information, artwork specifications and the schedule for delivery and pickup of materials can also be found on the website. Printed entry forms will also available at the Newport Beach Central Library, City Hall, or any of the branch libraries in March. For more information, call (949) 717-3810.
The City of Newport Beach, California seeks ten sculptures for its outdoor Sculpture in Civic Center Park exhibition at its recently created Civic Center Park. This beautiful 14-acre, ocean-view site was designed by the renowned landscape architectural firm PWP Landscape Architecture. Selected works will be loaned to the City and installed for a period of 2 years (August 2015 – August 2017). Honorariums range from $2,000 - $5,000. Artists, art collectors, galleries, and museums are encouraged to apply.
Please note: All selected artwork will be pre-existing and complete. Submissions of artwork concepts, maquettes, or models will not be considered.
Application Deadline: May 6, 2015
Questions may be directed to:
Kristina Colby, Program Director, Arts Orange County - email@example.com
Learn about resources for Home-based businesses, including information on the home craft website, Etsy. If you aren’t familiar with Etsy, it is website that allows community members to set up on-line shops for selling hand-made products, vintage goods, and craft supplies across the county. For your personal interest, more information can be found at www.etsy.com/help. We hope to let constituents know about the benefits etsy might offer them if they are passionate about home crafts or vintage design. Additionally, we are also letting constituents know about the resources that are always available to them through the Small Business Association, and the technical resources offered by the Riverside IO.