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The Painted Brain is seeking submissions for the Issue 7 of its magazine
by the same name. The theme for this issue is "Identity". Deadline for
submissions is March 4, 2011.
Please refer to our website for Submission Guidelines
and to view previous issues
of The Painted Brain online.
Issue 7 will be released in April 2011 at our 2nd Annual Gallery Show in
Downtown LA. (Details coming soon).
For the past 2 issues we have featured a "Beginner's Guide to mental
illness", which provides insights from young adults affected by mental
illness. For Issue 7, we will continue our Beginner's Guide with a focus
on medication. We are especially interested in publishing commentary
We're looking for passionate arts instructors to teach elementary and middle school students in our first Arts Adventure Summer Camp in Calabasas. Sessions will run Monday-Thursday from 8:30-11:30 am and are 3 weeks long. All profits go to support arts education programs in Las Virgenes Unified School District.
ELEMENTARY: June 20 to July 7 at AE Wright Middle School and July 11 to July 28 at Yerba Buena Elementary School. Students will explore all art forms in each session. We have openings for arts instructors in: Dance, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts. Honorarium is $600 per session for each art form – 2 days per week for 3 weeks.
REDCAT is accepting proposals for original performance works for the 2011 New Original Works Festival. The Festival is designed to support the development and presentation of contemporary performance in Los Angeles through a three-week interdisciplinary program of dance, theater, music and multi-disciplinary works. Entering its eighth year, the Festival features a flexible schedule to accommodate a variety of short works and occasionally some longer projects in their Los Angeles premieres, and provides development support through technical assistance, access to the theater with its sound and lighting inventory, and an honorarium.
The DUMBO Arts Festival is a feast for the senses that attracts 200,000 visitors over 3 days with the participation of over 500 artists from a variety of disciplines, 100 studios, 50 galleries and stages and 100 programming partners. This year, the Festival will take place on Friday, September 23rd, Saturday, September 24th and Sunday, September 25th.
For submission guidelines, downloadable and online submission forms as well as other information, please visit:
ARTE Creative launch
creative.arte.tv – your network for contemporary culture
Thanks to Linda Vallejo for posting this on LA Culture Net.
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Reports to: Director of Programs FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Hours: Full-time (33 hours per week/schedule may vary)
Salary Range: $15.00 - $17.00/hr
Benefits: Competitive health insurance package, paid vacation, and 401K matching plan
The economy is in trouble & we still have too much garbage! If you Upcycle trash into art, your art could be part of the solution!!!
If you make art from things that would have been thrown away - broken stuff, old stuff, burned stuff, torn stuff transformed into art- 2D & 3D in any media rescued from trash, your art is eligible.
It’s happening again! The exhibit “Art of Detritus: Recycling with Imagination" features fine art from cast-off materials created by professional artists from throughout the world. The heart of this exhibit is the message of the three R's: Reduce/Reuse/Recycle & UPCYCLE!
Art in Odd Places seeks a NYC based curator or curatorial team for its 2011 festival, RITUAL.
Art in Odd Places' seventh annual festival will take place for the fourth year on 14th Street in Manhattan. AiOP is an art festival placing visual and performance art into the public realm, engaging pedestrians and passersby. AiOP's mission is to stretch the boundaries of communication in the public realm by presenting artworks in all disciplines outside the confines of traditional public space regulations. AiOP reminds us that public spaces function as the epicenter for diverse social interactions and the unfettered exchange of ideas. Past curators have included George Spencer (2008), Erin Donnelly, and Radhika Subramaniam (2009) Petrushka Bazin and Yael Amir (2010).