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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that its December 2013 art exhibition is now posted on their website and is ready to view online. The theme for this art exhibition is “Countryside” and artists were asked to submit their best interpretation of the countryside theme by depicting rural living, rustic charm, the outdoors and pastoral scenes for possible inclusion into the December 2013 online art exhibition.
An art competition was held in November 2013 which determined and judged the art for this exhibition. The gallery received submissions from 14 different countries from around the world and they also received entries from 26 different states. Overall, there were 343 entries that were judged for this art competition.
*REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS*
*LEAD ARTISTS: COMMUNITY STORY LAB*
Venice Arts requests qualifications from photographers, filmmakers, and/or
multimedia artists for a unique, 18-month participatory-art project, the
Community Story Lab. This project will engage low-income adults in
collaborative storytelling using photography, video, and/or audio, and will
result in a final film, image series, and/or multimedia piece. Funded by a
grant from the James Irvine Foundation, the project offers an opportunity
to build off of Venice Arts’ long history with participant-media projects
and media-based arts education, and to explore new and dynamic ideas about
community arts engagement and participant–artist collaboration.
*Activities and Timeframe*
EMPLOYER: Los Angeles County Arts Commission/Ford Theatres
POSITION: Full-time Communications Assistant
CLOSING DATE: December 6
A Noise Within, California’s home for the Classics, is currently seeking Acting Interns for our Spring 2014 Season. Productions include Tartuffe, Macbeth, and Come Back, Little Sheba.
Learn what it takes to be part of a professional classical theatre company, performing three productions in rotating repertory! Acting Interns are challenged to apply their talents in all areas, from analyzing a classic text to running lights and sound for a production. Acting Interns are eligible for the Equity Membership Candidate Program.
$550.00 for 12 weeks of Conservatory Classes. Housing is not provided. A limited number of scholarships are available. Your $50 application fee is applied towards tuition if you are accepted in the program.
Nominations are now open for Silverlake Independent JCCs newest program: Culture Lab - designed to engage, facilitate, promote (and fund) art.
Drawing from Los Angeles' rich and diverse artist population, Culture Lab unites five artists (nominated by their peers) from different disciplines to collaborate on the creation of new work inspired by a Jewish theme.
Artists are provided a stunning studio space in Downtown Los Angeles, a working stipend and resources to create their dynamic new piece. Based on the backgrounds and interests of the artists, the SIJCC will connect the Lab with Jewish scholars and experts in collaborative process to enrich their creative experience.
The Cool School Los Angeles is currently accepting resumes for upcoming 2014 classes.
We are a new art school that offers classes to children, teens and adults. We aim to provide a unique, in-depth approach to learning art that strengthens students’ fundamental art skills in a fun and meaningful way.
Qualified candidates will have a background in Fine Art or Art Education. Familiarity with Discipline Based Arts Education, Object Based Learning and Visual Thinking Strategies preferred.
Please send resume, cover letter and portfolio link to email@example.com.
Visit www.thecoolschool-la.com for more information about the school.
from LA Culture Net
Exceptional Children's Foundation, a growing nonprofit social service agency serving clients with developmental disabilities throughout LA County, is seeking an experienced, Art Instructor/Printmaker for our Art Center studio in San Pedro. The Instructor will work one-on-one with adult students with developmental disabilities to develop their own unique artwork for sale. Qualified candidates will know a variety of printmaking techniques and other mixed-media techniques including drawing, painting, collage, etc. that can be adapted to create successful projects with our students. Responsibilities also include ensuring the safety and well-being of our students, and helping to maintain an overall enjoyable studio for all participants.
Sacred Fools is seeking a Music Director for the West Coast premiere of the
musical CHINA - THE WHOLE ENCHILADA, by Mark Brown, with musical
arrangements by Paul Mirkovich. Director: Allison Bibicoff. There are some
rehearsals in December, with a break for the holidays, and continuing in
January for a February 4 opening. The rehearsals schedule is very flexible
and will be set once we have a cast - we are open to daytime or evening
rehearsals. The MD is NOT needed to play the show - only to teach the
music, play most rehearsals, and possibly play auditions. There is a small
stipend. Please contact Allison@AllisonBibicoff.com asap. To learn more
about the director, go to www.AllisonBibicoff.com.
About the show:
SCHEDULING & EVENTS, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) are seeking arts professionals to curate temporary exhibitions and installations at the Los Angeles International (LAX) and LA/Ontario International (ONT) Airports as part of the Los Angeles World Airports Arts Exhibition Program.
This RFP is open to applicants residing in the Southern California area, including the counties of Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Orange and Ventura. Applicants with experience in curating site-specific exhibitions and/or installations are encouraged to apply. Employees of the City of Los Angeles are ineligible to apply.
For details on how to apply, please visit DCA's homepage at www.culturela.org or our Public Art Division page: