Division 9 Gallery is proud to present Artisans Collective, an innovative arts market that will take place during the Festival of Lights. To be considered as an artist please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
360 XOCHI QUETZAL
Free Spring Artist Residency in Central Mexico
May 1 - 30, 2015
360 XOCHI QUETZAL is a FREE artist residency located on Lake Chapala, Mexico. International writers, playwrights, visual artists, fiber artists, filmmakers, photographers, new media artists, dancers and musicians are all welcome to apply for a 1-month residency. We also have a personal residency program for artists who need longer periods of creative time (1 - 4 months). Write: email@example.com for more info.
Tell your members that Spring applications are due January 18, 2015
through CAFÉ www.callforentry.org
For more information: http://www.deborahkruger.com/1/art-residency.html
Muse Literary Journal is currently accepting art submissions to be considered for publication:
- Artists can submit up to 3 pieces for consideration
- Artwork can be black & white or color
Deadline to submit is November 10, 2014
For submissions and questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans are underway for an exciting exhibition at the Millard Sheets Art Center, Fairplex, Pomona (3,000 sq ft gallery) to help raise fundingfor the art center’s growing education programs.
Participating artists (2-D media only, no size limitations, ready to hang) can choose their commission/donation levels (100%, 60%, or 40% of sales donated; tax deductible). Donate at 100% or 60% and you will have the opportunity to participate in small-group or solo exhibitions in 2015.
This is a great opportunity to present your work to a large appreciative audience during the busy holiday season at Fairplex.
See the attached document for more details and/or go to https://lacmsg.fairmanager.com/ for online submissions.
For more information pleas contact:
Lugene Whitley, Curator
Artists for Art's Sake
Millard Sheets Art Center
Job opening at UCR ARTSblock: Senior Events Manager
$44,150 - $67,336
Job # 201408318685
Apply through UCR Job Portal only
Apply by Friday, September 26, 2014
UCR ARTSblock is composed of the California Museum of Photography, the Sweeney Art Gallery, and the Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts. Located on a single block in adjacent historical buildings in downtown Riverside, easily accessible to the public as well as the campus, ARTSblock's mission is to provide a cultural presence, educational resource, community center and intellectual meeting ground for the university and the community.
The Senior Public Events Manager is responsible for all aspects of managing complex performing arts programs, theatrical productions, ceremonies, galas, musical productions, in addition to facility rentals including conferences, meetings, keynote speakers, film screenings, within non-traditional venues. The Event manager will interact with a variety of clientele and staff, including University faculty, staff, and students, as well as community partners, and private parties. The Event Manager is responsible for managing successful events in the ARTSblock facilities, beginning with idea conception, through to planning, execution, and cleanup and tear down. Responsibilities also include promotion, publicity, and grant writing.
Link to detailed information
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2015 Call for Entries
$10 million in scholarships available to artists and writers, students in grades 7-12. Deadline varies by region.
Please visit www.artandwriting.org for more information.
The Raincross Chorale is searching for a new director. The position pays a stipend. Applications may be obtained by mailing email@example.com or by calling the chorale president, Mary Ellen Gruendyke at 951-640-3935.The submitted application should include a cover letter, resume/cv, two to three references and any other supporting materials and should be mailed or emailed to the chorale: Raincross Chorale, PO Box 20324, Riverside, CA 92516-0324 no later than Oct. 1, 2014.
More details and a full job description are available on the group's Web site: http://raincrosschorale.blogspot.com/p/job-description.html
The Art Show is free to Artists from Elementary, Middle, High School and Colleges from United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Pacific and Middle East, Oceania, Latin America and Caribbean and Africa. Done by disabled and non-disabled from young artists ages 12 – 35. All art mediums are welcome, you can paint, draw, do digital work, air brushing, photography and mixed media/collages artwork.
• Each artist’s may ONLY enter two pieces.
• Your artwork will not be return any artwork will be hung/placed in our new Art Gallery stating 2015.
• Our upcoming Art Show is in Nov. 16, 2014 their art will be showcased along side, original works of art by some amazing California artists and celebrities.
• Categories: Painting, drawing, digital work, airbrushing, photography and mixed media/collages.
• We are ONLY selecting 100 countries, states, region and cities for the art show.
The Ambassadors will select and framed ONLY 12 artworks from the countries, states, region and cities from areas listed below; United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Pacific and Middle East, Oceania, Latin America, Caribbean and Africa
• First come, first served to a maximum of 125 artists from around the world
• Artist Ages 12 – 35
• Your Artwork must be original to the submitting artist’ please signed and dated your work.
• Your Artwork should be no larger than 11 x 17 without frame.
• Sent all artworks to us in a XL-large envelopment with a piece of cardboard in the envelopment to protect your art.
• All artwork will be showcased on the week of the Art Show on our web site.
Dateline for artwork September 1, 2014
The Goodwill V.I.N.T.A Youth Ambassadors and The Neel Parent Advisory Group
Contact Person: Sharon Davis Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: theneelcenter.tripod.com/
Phone: (760) 949-1501 or (760) 265-8055
Artists for Art's Sake