Job: American Folk Art Museum needs a FT Curator of Folk Art (NYC)

Job Information

  • Location:

    New York, New York, 10023, United States

  • Job ID:


  • Posted:

    July 2, 2019

  • Position Title:

    Curator of Folk Art

  • Company Name:

    American Folk Art Museum

  • Job Function:


  • Entry Level:


  • Job Type:


  • Min Education:

    Master's Degree

The Curator of Folk Art provides leadership and intellectual oversight for the museum’s collections and exhibitions of historic and principally American folk art. The Curator of Folk Art (1) collaborates with the Director and staff to conceive and shape a distinctive and dynamic long-range exhibition program that advances the museum’s visibility and reputation, and ensures the Director’s strategic vision; (2) provides direction for collection growth through acquisitions; (3) actively cultivates relationships for gifts of funds for exhibitions and programs as well as gifts of art; and (4) contributes to the museum’s strategic planning process, helping to define objectives and programs to support its ongoing mission to promote knowledge of and appreciation for folk art.



  • Works with the Director and Exhibitions Committee to establish long-range plans for the exhibitions program; evaluates internal and external exhibition proposals and programs.

  • Curates original exhibitions drawn from the museum’s collection and external loans; partners with guest curators; and evaluates and contracts for important traveling exhibitions.

  • Develops and implements exhibition and publication budgets and schedules with appropriate staff.

  • Writes and edits exhibition and publication materials that convey sophisticated ideas while also appealing to a broad range of visitors and readers; collaborates with publications and design staff on production of materials.


  • Works with Director to solicit gifts of art to the collection.

  • Provides direction for collection growth and evaluation through acquisitions and deaccessions, and collecting plans.

  • Oversees research and interpretation of collection and cataloging.

  • Reviews and recommends loan requests based upon knowledge of the collection and merit of project.

Research and Education

  • Conducts original research for publications and exhibitions.

  • Works with Education Department in coordinating special programs related to exhibition schedules and developing interpretive programs and materials.

Promotion/Public Service

  • Meets with visitors, donors, collectors, and scholars as a representative of museum.

  • Responds to queries from the public regarding collections, exhibitions, and acquisitions and programs.

  • Conducts tours of exhibitions, museum, and collections to donors and potential donors, docents, scholars, etc.

  • Prepares and presents lectures and general talks.

  • Contributes to outside publications.

  • Visits public and private collections to expand knowledge in general and to solicit donations to museum collections.

  • Represents the museum and Director at appropriate professional associations and gatherings.

  • Builds and maintains network of professional relationships with artists, curators, critics, and other specialists locally, nationally, and globally.

  • Collaborates with development staff on fundraising, actively cultivating relationships with existing major and potential donors, foundations, and collectors.

  • Coordinates with Director of Communications and Marketing to promote exhibitions and other museum initiatives.

To Apply:

Please submit cover letter and resume to No phone calls, please.

Equal Opportunity Employer
The American Folk Art Museum provides equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, alienage or citizenship status, marital status or domestic partner status, genetic information, genetic predisposition or carrier status, gender identity, HIV status, military status and any other category protected by law in all employment decisions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, training and apprenticeship, promotion, upgrading, demotion, downgrading, transfer, lay-off and termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

The American Folk Art Museum is located at 2 Lincoln Square in midtown Manhattan. The administrative office for the museum is in Long Island City, Queens.


  • Master’s degree in field of American folk art, decorative arts, and/or art history.

  • Curatorial experience producing exhibitions/programs for museums.

  • Demonstrated experience and success in patron and donor cultivation necessary.

Job: The Bronx Museum of the Arts is looking for a FT Curator (NYC)

Job Information

  • Location:

    Bronx, New York, 10456, United States

  • Job ID:


  • Posted:

    July 5, 2019

  • Position Title:


  • Company Name:

    The Bronx Museum of the Arts

  • Job Function:


  • Entry Level:


  • Job Type:


  • Min Education:

    Master's Degree

  • Min Experience:

    5-7 Years

Position Title: Curator

Status: Full time, Non-exempt

Reports to: Executive Office (Director/Deputy Director)


The Bronx Museum of the Arts is a contemporary art museum that connects diverse audiences to the urban experience through its permanent collection, special exhibitions, and education programs. Reflecting the borough's dynamic communities, the Museum is the crossroad where artists, local residents, national and international visitors meet.

Since its inception in 1971, the Bronx Museum of the Arts has prioritized serving the underserved communities in which it was founded. Always free and open to the public—so there are no barriers to access—The Bronx Museums’ programming expresses its tremendous cultural and community wealth, striving to be an open, inclusive, and equitable place where all feel welcome.

General Summary

The Bronx Museum of the Arts seeks a Curator to join a team working towards social justice and reimagining the museum in service to its communities. The Bronx Museum of the Arts (BxMA) is at an exciting moment: under the leadership of a new Executive Director, it approaches its 50th anniversary and a pending capital project that will refresh its Southern lobby and its public connection, while adding programmatic space.

Overall Responsibilities

The Curator provides oversight of all curatorial activities, including all Bronx Museum exhibitions (onsite and offsite), curatorial-related programs, curatorial printed matter, and the Museum’s permanent collection. S/he serves as the in-house curatorial expert and spokesperson for the BxMA, with an appetite for interfacing with a broad and interested public, including a range of artists, community members, colleagues, students, funders, and Board Members. S/he is responsible for overseeing research, project development, interpretation, budgeting, implementation, tracking, documentation, dissemination, conclusion, and reporting.

The Curator reports regularly on progress to the Executive Office, recommends action, and implements approved activities. The Curator is responsible for monitoring and tracking expenditures, keeping within approved budgets, and providing materials as requested for the Development Department and for Public Relations. The Curator is engaged with seeking support for approved projects and for the institution’s Gala benefit/s, as well as other smaller cultivation events throughout the year. The Curator oversees departmental workers and insures the productive interaction of Curatorial with all staff, especially the Education Department.

The Curator supervises and annually reviews the Curatorial staff, supervises approved contract workers, and is eager to seek out and nurture interns and fellows to both provide opportunities for training and also to enhance the BxMAs abilities.

General Exhibition Program

  • Responsible for all aspects of planning for all BxMA exhibitions, curated in-house or by guest curators, including but not limited to: correspondence, contracts/agreements, budgets and estimates, checklists, short and long narratives, power point presentations, and other materials; proposed programming calendars, biographies, bibliographies and other educational materials; and preliminary, fundraising and managing the department’s activities in accordance with approved budgets.

  • Responsible for future planning, including responding to unsolicited proposals, and seeking out desirable proposals and collaborations for the Director’s review.

  • Works collaboratively with the following to develop, implement, and report on: Development for fundraising; Public Relations for marketing plan; Education for interpretation and programming; Security and Maintenance for implementation, and others as required.

  • Working in tandem with the Registrar and/or Permanent Collection Manager, the Curator is responsible for the coordination of all aspects of Temporary Loans and movement of objects into and out of the Permanent Collection, including: all loans and loan forms, incoming and outgoing packing and shipping, insurance forms, donations forms, photography, framing, and all professional services.

  • Produces and/or oversees all final texts for invitations, press releases, signage, brochures, website materials, ad copy, and other public materials, and, when budget allows, publications. Coordinates with necessary and approved editors, translators, designers and other providers in the production of said materials.

  • Produces proposed exhibition layouts and installation and de-installation schedules, including the planning of personnel (security, art handlers, operational personnel, artists, etc.), display furniture, mounting needs, a/v equipment and its installation, and other site-specific technicalities. Insures materials and personnel needed are present as required. Maintains and updates schedule during installation and de-installation, informing all parties of any changes.

  • Plans, coordinates, implements, is responsible for the supervision of all installations and de-installations as the Museum’s curator-in-charge, serving to solve any unexpected problems or issues which may arise.

  • Works productively with finance, reviewing, approving and providing appropriate paperwork for payments, backup for credit card purchases, contracts for review, and end-of-year financial information requested and required by law in a timely fashion, for all Curatorial related activities.

  • Oversees the conceptualization and implementation of Curatorial public programming, and collaborates with Education Department in the development of their interpretive and public programming.

  • Serves on AIM panels and juries as needed.

Permanent Collection

  • Oversees ongoing research and maintenance of the Permanent Collection and undertakings related to loans, exhibitions, digitization, or other projects.

  • Oversees the Permanent Collection database and files, and provides images, captions, and any required permissions for press, education, the Museum Shop, colleagues, and others.

  • Serves as the primary liaison to the Permanent Collection Committee, working on policies, seeking donations (or acquisitions as funds allow), and developing activities in order to enhance the Permanent Collection.

  • Handles offers of donation, receiving materials and making recommendations to the Executive Office. Prepares all materials required from Curatorial and other departments for Permanent Collection Committee and Board of Trustee meetings.


  • Working in tandem with Development, Special Events, Public Relations, and others, collaborates on the development and implementation of press events and receptions.

  • Working in tandem with Development, Special Events, Public Relations, and others, collaborates on the development and implementation of the annual spring Gala, the fall fundraiser at the Museum, and other cultivation or VIP group events.

  • Assist in preparing materials for grant proposals and reports, related to Curatorial activities, exhibitions and programs.

  • Attends institutional meetings, including Senior Staff, Staff, and Board Meetings as requested, and other scheduled meetings with funders, artists, curators, or professional colleagues as requested.

  • Other tasks as assigned and agreed upon by employee and supervisor.

To Apply

Please email resume, cover letter and two writing samples to: and include “Curator” in the subject line.

First round of application reviews will begin Monday, July 29, 2019. Post will remain open until filled.

Selected applications will be contacted. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, we will not be able to respond to phone calls or emails.

The Bronx Museum of the Arts is an equal opportunity employer.


Desired Skills/Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Art History, PhD preferred

  • Minimum 5 years of professional curatorial or museum experience, overseeing staff and working with a Permanent Collection preferred

  • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills

  • Fluency in various computer and digital imaging systems (TMS a plus)

  • Ability to manage simultaneous priorities and meet deadlines

  • Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule

  • Ability and appetite to work well and/or supervise various constituencies

  • Spanish/English bilingual skills a plus

Job: Washington State Historical Society needs an Exhibits Designer

Job Information

  • Location:

    Tacoma, Washington, 98402, United States

  • Job ID:


  • Posted:

    July 6, 2019

  • Position Title:

    Exhibits Designer

  • Company Name:

    Washington State Historical Society

  • Job Function:


  • Entry Level:


  • Job Type:


  • Job Duration:


  • Min Education:


  • Min Experience:

    5-7 Years

  • Required Travel:


  • Salary:


Exhibits are the principal mode of interpretation within the Agency’s museum. The mission of WSHS places high value on quality audience engagement of which exceptional exhibitry is a key component. The Exhibit Designer and Project Manager designs unique temporary exhibits and manages their installation as well as the maintenance and revision of long-term exhibits.


Temporary Exhibits

Exhibit design using selected CAD programs to produce scaled floor plans, elevations, perspective views, and sketches including case layouts as a part of exhibition planning. Presents draft designs at exhibit team meetings. Works with AE Director and Lead Exhibitions Curator to develop conceptual approaches, as well as graphic look and feel of temporary exhibitions, and upgrades to permanent exhibitions, as needed. Works with other members of AED/WSHM staff on graphic design to support AE programs/projects. Works with Lead Exhibitions Curator and WSHS Registrar on selection and presentation of artifacts for exhibitry, programming considerations as they related to design. Use graphic design skills to design and produce/oversee in-house or outsourced production of all supporting graphic materials (exhibit didactics, panels, vinyl text, printed murals).

Installation work Supervise/direct/support exhibitions staff regarding exhibition installation, including exhibition mounts, placement/hanging of exhibition objects/artifacts safely and securely using collection management standards and museum best practices. Work alongside exhibitions staff for exhibitions/artifact installation as needed.

Artifact handling including packing, unpacking, movement and transportation of artifacts using collections management standards and museum best practices. Includes de-installations. Leads installation/deinstallation teams and manage contractor preparators. Coordinates with registrar regarding logistics and scheduling. Manages deliveries and pick-ups when necessary. Trains interns and others in installation techniques.

Project management including communication with staff and contractors regarding assigned tasks and deadlines; scheduling of contractors, tasks, events; supervision of gallery prep, fabrication and installation contractors. Communicates with WSHS staff and staff of other institutions regarding arrival of guest curators and logistics of loading, shipping/receiving, movement, replacement, storing and installation/de-installation of objects and artifacts. Works closely with curators to determine content, graphic look and feel, and visitor experience in exhibition galleries when assigned. Trains staff on exhibitry best practices as necessary to support install and de-install efforts. Monitors progress. Communicates with exhibition loan companies to facilitate installation plans/exhibition installation and compliance with loan contract standards.

Gallery preparation and repair Supervise/direct/support exhibitions staff (Preparator & IT Specialist) placement, securing, patching and painting of walls in temporary gallery spaces; troubleshooting electronics and lighting.

Permanent Exhibits

Exhibit design using CAD programs to produce floor plans, elevations, perspective views, and sketches including case layouts. Presents draft designs at exhibit team meetings. Works with audience engagement staff in producing design. Designs and produces graphic materials.

Installation work Supervise/direct/support exhibitions staff regarding exhibition installation, including exhibition mounts, placement/hanging of exhibition objects/artifacts safely and securely using collection management standards and museum best practices. Work alongside exhibitions staff for exhibitions/artifact installation as needed

Artifact handling including packing, movement, and transportation of artifacts using collections management standards. Coordinates with registrar regarding logistics and scheduling.

Project Management including communication with staff and contractors regarding assigned tasks and deadlines; scheduling of contractors, tasks, events, supervision of gallery prep, fabrication and installation contractors. Communicates with WSHS staff and staff of other institutions regarding shipping/receiving, movement, replacement, storing, and installation/de-installation of objects and artifacts. Works closely with curators to determine content of exhibition when assigned. Trains staff on exhibitry best practices as necessary to support install and de-install efforts. Monitors progress.

Gallery preparation and repair Supervise/direct/support exhibitions staff (Preparator & IT Specialist)for placement, securing, patching and painting of walls in temporary gallery spaces; troubleshooting electronics and lighting.

Renovations/Upgrades Works with AE director, Lead Exhibits Curator, and contractors (design and fabrication) for the review and installation of permanent exhibition galleries’ upgrades/renovations.

Traveling Exhibitions

Manage travel exhibitions including the facilitation/scheduling of transit/shipping, receiving, installation teams, compliance with standards and stipulations in contracts, troubleshooting, and layout for exhibition galleries. Monitor compliance with exhibition loan contract regarding logistics.

Staff management and monitoring effective use of human resources and budgetary resources in regards to program development, delivery, and evaluation.

Supervise, direct, and support exhibitions staff in line with their position and classification (Preparator and IT Specialist). Monitoring how staff time is allocated to exhibit design, development, and maintenance and/or staffing assignment changes as necessary in line with achieving institutional goals. Track expenditures as related to job responsibilities and corresponding budgets. Work with Lead Exhibitions Curator to develop individual exhibition(s) budgets/track expenses. Work with staff to determine and facilitate proper training and or development opportunities, as appropriate.

Job: Catalina Island Museum Director of Exhibitions (Catalina, CA)

Job Information

  • Location:

    Avalon, California, 90704, United States

  • Job ID:


  • Posted:

    June 21, 2019

  • Position Title:

    Director of Exhibitions

  • Company Name:

    Catalina Island Museum

  • Job Function:


  • Entry Level:


  • Job Type:


  • Job Duration:


  • Min Education:

    Master's Degree

  • Min Experience:

    5-7 Years

  • Required Travel:


The Director of Exhibitions is a key member of the museum’s team responsible for planning, developing and overseeing 4-6 special exhibitions annually. Exhibitions are displayed in two separate galleries with 1400 square feet of combined space and in dedicated outdoor sculpture areas. Additionally, the Director of Exhibitions is responsible for regular rotations of the museum’s permanent historic Catalina collections within a 1400 square foot gallery. Stand-out candidates will have at least 5 years of experience managing exhibitions and hold a M.A. in a museum-related field. They will understand planning for and the cadence of scheduling high-risk/reward exhibitions; will possess superior organizational and communication skills; embrace best museum practices and museum collection care; demonstrate comfort working with lenders on a local, national and international scale; nurture creativity and community; excel at team building, leadership and strategic planning. Experience with exhibition design and installation would give candidates a competitive edge. The Director of Exhibitions will work with the entire museum team, will report to the Executive Director and work closely with the Registration and Collections Associate to secure, contract, insure and transport loans to and from the museum.


  • Research, propose, coordinate, communicate and manage all exhibition related activities.

  • Continually advance the exhibition calendar with 2-3 years of scheduled exhibitions in development.

  • Budget appropriately for all needs related to exhibitions and museum collections.

  • Develop content for permanent and temporary displays.

  • When appropriate hire, coordinate and act as a liaison with outside vendors, contracted Guest Curators, Designers and Preparators.

  • Perform administrative tasks related to exhibitions contracts, report writing, exhibition documentation, updating database and archives, publication files and correspondence.

  • Excite Museum members, stakeholders and Catalina’s community through well-planned exhibitions and the use of the museum’s collections.

  • Prepare ahead to deter any delays caused by island-related issues such as weather or lack of available materials.

  • Speak publicly and trains staff and docents about exhibitions.

  • Understand federal, state and local laws affecting loans of artwork.

  • Work with staff and Board of Trustees to move Museum towards Alliance of American Museum accreditation

Job: Chief Preparator at the Sarasota Art Museum (Florida)

Sarasota Art Museum
Ringling College of Art + Design

Chief Preparator

The Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College of Art and Design is transforming the historic Sarasota High School into a state-of-the-art destination, with the art museum as its anchor project. The Museum, a contemporary kunsthalle, will be a dynamic center for exhibiting innovative and compelling visual art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The Museum is seeking the Chief Preparator to provide art handling related to the fabrication and installation/de-installation of galleries, receiving and shipping artwork, packing and storage of art objects. This position will work directly for the curatorial staff to interpret the design and construction of exhibits and displays of contemporary art for the visiting public. The Chief Preparator may supervise two or three part-time employees and/or manage hired contractors to support in the build-out of new exhibits.

The successful candidate will be able to maintain and drive exhibition project schedules, and will use their creativity to solve potential problems and prioritize the various needs of the curators, preparators and artists. They will need to be highly collaborative with exceptional interpersonal skills. The designed and constructed exhibitions completed by the Chief Preparator will be seen and appreciated by tens of thousands of visitors annually and will require execution at the highest degree of quality and expertise.

Open until filled. Apply on-line at

Ringling College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School diploma

  • Three to five years of experience working in an art museum handling and installing artwork, implementing exhibitions, and building exhibition furniture/walls

  • Proven ability to work on complex projects and lead an installation crew

  • Knowledge of art handling techniques, practices and principles, and associated materials

  • Experience with woodshop tools and fabrication techniques, as well as knowledge of building construction and general mechanical maintenance

  • Experience in the use of powered lifts and ladders in galleries as well as skill in handling trucks, forklifts, lifts and other forms of moving equipment

  • Flexibility to work extended hours as needed

  • Familiarity with museum industry standards and best practices as outlined by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM)

  • Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license or ability to obtain one

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in MS Office and SketchUp

Grants: USArtists International Grant Program (USA)

USArtists International supports performances by U.S. artists at important cultural festivals and arts marketplaces around the globe. Committed to the presence of U.S. based artists on world stages, USArtists International provides grants to ensembles and individual performers in dance, music and theatre invited to perform at significant international festivals and performing arts markets.

USAI encourages and promotes the vibrant diversity of U.S. artists and creative expression in the performing arts by expanding opportunity and exposure to international audiences, encouraging international cultural exchange and enhancing the creative and professional development of U.S. based artists by providing connections with presenters, curators and artists around the world.  USAI extends the reach and impact of professional touring artists and ensembles from the United States and is committed to expanded touring opportunities for continued sustainability of U.S. artists.

USAI provides grants of up to $15,000 towards support of artist fees, travel, accommodations, per diem, shipping and visa preparation.

USArtists International is a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through the generous funding of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Howard Gilman Foundation, and The Trust for Mutual Understanding.

2019-2020 application and guidelines available by July 15, 2019. For information purposes only.

USArtists International Guidelines 2018-2019 (Word Version)
Work Sample Preparation Guide (Word Version)
USArtists International FAQ

Fiscal Sponsorship
USArtists International guidelines require applicants without 501(c)3 nonprofit status to apply using a US-based, 501(c)3 nonprofit fiscal sponsor. Nonprofit organizations serving as fiscal sponsors must provide this service as part of their regular operations and this service must be available to any artist that meets the respective organizations’ published criteria for fiscal sponsorship. Fiscal sponsors do not have to be located in your state of residence. The links provided below are resources for potential applicants and the organizations are not affiliated or endorsed by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. Fiscal sponsors do not have to be found through these resources in order to meet USArtists International guidelines. To learn more about fiscal sponsorship and securing a fiscal sponsor, visit:

Fiscal Sponsorship 101: Fiscal Sponsorship Resources by Grantspace / en Español
Information on seeking and providing fiscal sponsorship: National Network of Fiscal Sponsors
A non-comprehensive directory of fiscal sponsors nationwide: San Francisco Study Center’s Fiscal Sponsor Directory

Want to learn more? Join us for a webinar!

USArtists International: Am I eligible?
Sign up for the webinar on July 11, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EDT | View a recording
USArtists International: Am I eligible?
 provides program information for solo artists and performing arts ensembles considering an application to the USArtists International grant program. The webinar highlights updates to the program guidelines. Get a clear idea about who and what type of projects USArtists International funds. New applicants, previous applicants, grantees and others interested in learning more about updates to the USAI program can benefit from this webinar.

USArtists International: Tips and Pointers for Applicants 
Sign up for the webinar on August 16, 2:00 – 3:30 PM EDT | View a recording
This webinar is for artists planning to apply for USArtists International. The webinar reviews the online application, the panel process, and provides helpful tips to applicants interested in strengthening their applications and avoid common mistakes.


Organization/Company: Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
Location: United States
Deadline: September 5, 2019, November 22, 2019 and April 1, 2020
How to Apply: More details:

The application deadlines for USArtists International (USAI) are:

September 5, 2019 by 11:59 PM Eastern
For projects taking place between December 15, 2019 and December 14, 2020. Certification Sheets and letters of invitation due by September 12, 2019. Application and guidelines available by July 15.

November 22, 2019 by 11:59 PM Eastern
For projects taking place between March 15, 2020 and March 14, 2021. Certification Sheets and letters of invitation due by December 3, 2019.

April 1, 2020 by 11:59 PM Eastern
For projects taking place between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Certification Sheets and letters of invitation due by April 8, 2020.

The 2020-2021 deadlines will be posted in early summer 2020.

Grants: Arizona Coyotes Foundation Arts & Culture Grants (Arizona)

Arizona Coyotes Foundation

Core grantmaking priorities include: Arts and culture; cultural arts programs for children designed to provide opportunities for hands-on creativity, development their artistic awareness and potential, and sharing in vital cultural currents of a community; civic affairs; sports programs for children and youth that encourage physical activities, exercise, teamwork, confidence, goal setting, and a healthy lifestyle through community outreach, organized sports, or mentorship programs; education; youth education programs; after-school programs designed to better equip them for the future; healthcare organizations; prevention and wellness programs for children and youth that focus on the health and well-being of youth through enhancing community awareness, disseminating information, providing support, and treatment or preventative care.

Organization/Company: Arizona Coyotes
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Deadline: July 31, 2019
How to Apply: Apply at

Deadline- July 31, 2019

Job: City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs needs a Gallery Attendant (Los Angeles)

Job Opportunity Notice - Gallery Attendant

City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

(This position is an As Needed/Intermittent Staff Position with no health
care benefits.)

The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG), located in Barnsdall Art
Park in Hollywood, seeks a Gallery Attendant. The Gallery Attendant will
facilitate visitor experience. This is a part-time, as needed position and
is not eligible for benefits.

Established in 1954, LAMAG is the longest running institution in Los
Angeles devoted solely to exhibiting art. The gallery focuses on artists
from Los Angeles – in particular underrepresented artists whose work may
not otherwise have found a platform. Our exhibitions, educational and
public programs aim to inspire conversation about the contemporary issues
and ideas that resonate most with the people of Los Angeles. LAMAG is a
facility of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.



Maintaining art exhibits and galleries, including opening and closing
the gallery

Patrolling the gallery to protect exhibits

Maintaining a high standard of customer service at all times, including
the front desk and in the galleries

Generating interactive and sociable experiences of the gallery and its
programs for visitors

Monitoring and reporting on visitor response and experience of gallery
and its programs

Enforce museum policies

Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor

Assisting with gallery education and tours

Updating social media

Selling catalogs

Preparing galleries for lectures, study classes, and special events by
setting up such items as chairs, tables, speaking platforms, microphones,
and projectors

Receiving and stacking incoming supplies

May occasionally be assigned to other duties for training purposes or to
meet technological changes or emergencies



Personable, punctual, and positive attitude

Interest in contemporary art

Excellent communication and public speaking skills

Prior experience at a cultural institution preferred

Ability to multi-task and flexibility with day to day tasks



Weekends, holidays, and some evening availability

Familiarity with Dropbox, Google Suite including Drive, Docs and Mail
and Adobe Creative Suite preferred

Customer service experience

High school diploma or GED required

Bachelor's degree preferred; or equivalent combination of education and

Must be able to stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods;
climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve
materials; pull, push, and lift up to 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations
may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions.

All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and
completed City application, which can be downloaded at Send applications to by close of business on Monday, July 22nd.

Job: UCLA Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor - 3D Form, Fabrication, Electronics, and/or Critical Making (Los Angeles)

UCLA Department of Design Media Arts
Tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor - 3D Form, Fabrication, Electronics, and/or Critical Making
Start date: July 1, 2020
Deadline to apply: September 30, 2019
Applications will only be accepted online:

The Department of Design Media Arts (DMA) within the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture invites applications for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor position in the areas of 3D form, fabrication, electronics, and/or critical making. We seek candidates who have a demonstrated expertise and international profile in design and/or media arts, or the ability to achieve one. We are interested in candidates with a strong research practice and teaching interests in 3D form, fabrication, electronics and/or critical making. As the areas of software-based creation and physical making move ever closer together, and as new materials and fabrication technologies emerge, they generate new aesthetic, social, and environmental opportunities and challenges.. The new faculty member would lead curriculum development, research, and practice within this domain.
We seek candidates whose experience in teaching, research, professional activity, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. Candidates must have a Master's degree, a strong record of professional achievement, and evidence of teaching, preferably at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Service within the department and university are expected as part of this position.
For more about the department, please visit:
Applications must include the following:
1) One-page cover letter with a description of creative research and teaching experience.
2) Personal statement that discusses the applicant's artistic and educational philosophy and approach to teaching.
3) Curriculum vitae.
4) Evidence of teaching effectiveness. As applicable, please include evaluations, syllabi, and examples of student work.
5) A statement with a description of past or potential contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Contributions to diversity might include teaching, mentoring, research, or service towards building an equitable and diverse scholarship environment and/or increasing access or participation of individuals from historically underrepresented groups.
6) A portfolio that is specifically curated for the search committee, prioritized with your most accomplished work, and includes, as appropriate, documentation of your artwork, your own writings or statements, and notable reviews or articles discussing your work. This can be an on-line link to a web site or PDF format file.
7) Names and contact information (mailing address, email address, and phone number) of three professional references. (Letters of recommendation are not requested at this time).
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy, see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy:

Job: 18th Street Arts Center is looking for a part-time Executive Assistant (Los Angeles)

Part-time Position: Executive Assistant 18th Street Arts Center is looking for a part-time Executive Assistant to perform a variety of administrative tasks and support our company’s senior-level managers.
The Executive Assistant’s responsibilities include managing calendars, files, and company database, making meeting arrangements, and preparing for VIP events. To be successful in this role, you will be well-organized, have great time management skills, and be able to act without guidance.
Ultimately, you contribute to the efficiency of 18th Street Arts Center by providing personalized and timely support to our executive team.
Responsibilities Act as the point of contact among executives, employees, clients and other external partners Manage information flow in a timely and accurate manner Manage executives’ calendars and set up meetings Maintain company database Make travel and accommodation arrangements Recognize individual donations and prepare weekly, monthly or quarterly reports Format information for internal and external communication – memos, emails, presentations, reports Take minutes during meetings Screen and direct phone calls and distribute correspondence Maintain the office filing system Requirements BA or equivalent Work experience as an Executive Assistant, Personal Assistant or similar role Experience working in contemporary art settings Understanding of Nonprofit business model Excellent MS Office knowledge and Google Business suite Outstanding organizational and time management skills Outstanding experience with database applications (eg. Salesforce or Nationbuilder) Excellent verbal and written communications skills Discretion and confidentiality Hourly Requirements and Pay Range
20 hours per week; approx $19 per hour
Full benefits included
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, current resume, and three professional references to our online application portal here

Job: 826LA needs a Workshops Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Workshops Coordinator

Based out of 826LA in Mar Vista

Reporting to the Director of Programs and Operations, the Workshop
Coordinator oversees all workshop operations, including evening and weekend
workshops. The Coordinator works closely with the Director of Programs and
Operations to ensure that the writing workshop programs are educational,
fun, and project-oriented. The Coordinator ensures that student and
volunteer numbers are met and that volunteers are trained and ready for
working with 826LA students. The Workshop Coordinator works closely with
other programming staff throughout 826LA.

Position responsibilities:


Oversees Mar Vista workshops on Wednesday evenings and weekends,
including Barnacle’s Bookworms, Journalism and Saturday workshops;

Ensures attendance, evaluations, and operations are complete and on time;

Supports the publication process in Mar Vista for the journalism
workshop and other workshops when necessary;

Coordinates a summer weeklong writing intensive workshop for middle and
high school students, including workshop teacher outreach, student
outreach, and implementation;

Supports the Tuesday & Thursday Night Tutoring (TNT) Program;

Does outreach for Workshop program, creates and distributes workshop
flyers, updates online calendar, blog posts, and supports other
programmatic outreach as necessary;

Makes sure lab is tidy and that 826 is locked down;

Trains and supervises workshop support interns;

Recruits and trains volunteers for workshops;

Coordinates volunteer and student numbers for workshops and works with
volunteer team to ensure correct student-volunteer ratio in workshops;

Responsible for organizing staff appreciation events for Mar Vista
office and birthdays organization-wide;

Reports to the Director of Programs and Operations;

826LA seeks a candidate who is fluent in Spanish.

Hours: 20-28 hours per week*

*This position is currently posted as a part-time but has the opportunity
to become full time with enhanced responsibilities in the near future.

In order to be considered for the Workshop Coordinator position in Mar
Vista, you must thoroughly complete this online application, and also send
the following to

Online Application:

Please include your name and "Workshop Coordinator in Mar Vista” in the
subject line.


A cover letter that includes a summary of your relevant experience and a
specific explanation of why you are interested in working at 826LA;

A detailed resume;

A list of three references.

Residency: National Playwright Residency Program Call for Applications

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, in collaboration with HowlRound Theatre Commons at Emerson College, established the National Playwright Residency Program (NPRP) in 2013.  The program provides three years of salary, benefits, and a flexible research and development fund for a diverse group of American playwrights at selected theaters around the country.  More than a standard residency, we conceived this initiative as an intervention into the traditional relationships between artists and institutions, as a way of reimagining what institutions might look like when an artist’s voice is at their cores.  NPRP has four primary goals:

  • Advance the state of playwrights in the American theater by providing them with space, time, and resources, and greater access to the institutions in which they work;

  • Influence the working environment of theaters by embedding playwrights in them;

  • Generate public value through the interaction of playwrights with local artistic and civic communities;

  • Document and disseminate the findings to help benefit the field.

Residencies will be selected through an open application process.  Theaters and playwrights must apply jointly by submitting statements of intent from the playwright and artistic director; a scope of work; and other specified materials to demonstrate eligibility, potential to achieve the goals of the program, and desire to participate in a growing network to advance artist-centered practices in the theater field. 

Click to learn more


Organization/Company: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Location: US
Deadline: September 12, 2019
How to Apply: Visit

RFQ: The Los Angeles County Department of Arts & Culture's Civic Art Program needs an artist for the Child & Family Wellbeing Center at the MLK, Jr. Medical Center campus

Calling All Artists!

The Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture's Civic Art Program (Civic Art) seeks an artist or artist team to create a permanent artwork to contribute to the Child and Family Wellbeing Center at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center campus.

The MLK, Jr. Child and Family Wellbeing Center will house a medical clinic for children who have experienced abuse, or are children in the foster system, as well as an autism clinic, child psychiatry services, and a Family Justice Center. The commissioned artwork must be sensitive to the complex historical and political contexts that define Willowbrook and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center campus. The artist(s) should foster a sense of community and humanity, be innovative in their approach, and create something to be experienced by patients, staff, and visitors alike.

The all-inclusive artwork budget is $80,000. This budget includes artist fees, liability insurance, artist travel, and all costs associated with the design, engineering, fabrication, permitting, delivery, and installation of the artwork.

More complete information about this project and how to apply, please visit:

All the best,

Brianna MacGillivray
Civic Art Program Coordinator
Los Angeles County Arts Commission

T: 213 202 3987

Job: Visitor Experience Floor Manager, Full Time with Benefits at Clayton Children's Museum (California)

Position: Visitor Experience Floor Manager, Full Time with Benefits

Reports to: Visitor Experience Director

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Rosalie Tucker with subject line “Floor Manager”. No phone calls please.

At ShareWell, we cultivate brave and generous thinkers. Through arts, immersive play and real-world action, we guide children and youth to recognize injustice and possibility within their communities and beyond, and to take meaningful, collaborative and collective action to create a better future. ShareWell is comprised of two main initiatives: the Cayton Children’s Museum - opening in 2019 in Downtown Santa Monica - and youTHink, an innovative youth development program.

Under the direction of the Visitor Experience Director, the Floor Manager Visitor Experience serves is the acting manager of the museum, responsible for oversight of museum staff working as Play Guides and Front Desk Associates, and responsible for ensuring that daily operations of the museum are at the highest level possible. This role also oversees basic maintenance of the museum floor and lobby areas, scheduling museum staff, ordering props and supplies, hiring and training staff, and other day-to-day operational logistics related to staffing and scheduling. The Floor Manager Visitor Experience serves as the main point of contact for staff and visitors during open hours, and is responsible for communicating relevant information to the Visitor Experience Director and other senior staff. The ideal candidate will be an organized and engaging person with a passion for serving children and families, a background in arts, STEM, or early childhood education programming a plus. This person must be comfortable serving as a leader and supervisor within a creative team at a vibrant and growing children’s museum.

· Acts as the floor manager on duty during scheduled hours, responding to visitor or staff needs and communicating to other departments and staff as necessary
· Works closely with the other Floor Manager to schedule and supervise staff on the museum floor and in the lobby.
· Works closely with the Facilities & Exhibits Manager to maintain supplies of exhibit props and to ensure all exhibits are in working order
· Develops and oversees inventory of museum items, ensuring exhibits, storage areas, break areas, art studios and other areas are properly supplied and well organized
· Oversees a master schedule of internal staff cleaning and organizing in previously mentioned areas
· Researches and purchases museum props and supplies with an eye to innovative, creative, unique and unexpected materials and items in line with the Cayton Children’s Museums aesthetic vision
· Hires and oversees contract teaching artists or presenters as needed
· Hires, trains and supervises new museum staff
· Coordinates with fellow Floor Manager and all other departments to make sure calendars and bookings are organized and communicated to the museum staff and admin team daily
· Works closely with security to ensure protocols are followed by staff, and that visitors are supported in making safe and healthy choices while in the museum
· Maintains a consistent presence on the museum floor and in the lobby, offering support and providing staff breaks as necessary
· Ensures that the museum abides by systems and parameters as outlined by the building landlords and museum leadership
· Oversees external visitor communication such as voicemail and email
· Communicates content for the events calendars to the marketing team
· Manages internal communication with part time staff through emails and daily schedules

At least 2 years experience as a supervisor of 3 or more people Well-versed in creating schedules, overseeing budgets, and performing other administrative duties Excellent customer service skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organizational and leadership skills Good analytical/critical thinking Background in early childhood education with an emphasis in STEAM subjects preferred Experience creating and facilitating lessons for children Experience working with children and families in high-paced environments Fluency in Spanish preferred Requirements:
Must be at least 18 years or older. Must pass background check.
The person in this position must be able to:
Move around an office and museum spaces to access cabinets, office machinery, exhibits etc. Lift up to 20 lbs. Must have the ability to walk, stand, kneel, balance, crouch, crawl, sit, run, talk and hear Make substantial movements (motions) of wrists, hands, and/or fingers Evening and weekend hours, with scheduling flexibility required ShareWell is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) dedicated to diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and equity. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability or any other legally protected characteristics. Everyone is encouraged to apply for available employment to ensure our staff reflects the diversity of our visitors and surrounding communities.

Grant: Alliance for California Traditional Arts has Living Cultures Grants available (California)

Funding opportunities from the Alliance for California Traditional Arts (ACTA) for the year 2020 are now open! Read on to learn how you can apply online for ACTA's Living Cultures and Apprenticeship programs.
LIVING CULTURES GRANTS PROGRAM - Organizational project grant
Deadline to apply: JULY 15, 2019
The Living Cultures Grants Program seeks to sustain and strengthen the folk and traditional arts in the state of California with grants of $5,000 to California-based nonprofits, as well as other organizations who work with fiscal sponsors.
Click here to learn more about ACTA's Living Cultures Grants Program and apply online.
Deadline to apply: JULY 15, 2019
The Apprenticeship Program encourages the continuity of California's traditional arts and cultures by contracting master artists to offer intensive, one-on-one training to qualified apprentices. Each $3,000 contract will support a period of concentrated learning for apprentices demonstrate a committed engagement with and talent for a specific folk and traditional art form or practice.

Click here to learn more about ACTA's Apprenticeship Program and apply online.
View a recording of a webinar covering the application process for both the Living Cultures Grant and the Apprenticeship Program here

Job: Side Street Projects needs a PT Communications Manager (Los Angeles)

Communications Manager (Part-time)

Reports to Director of Operations/Executive Director


-Oversee website

-Manage and maintain online presence

-Procure program information from managers on an appropriate timeline

-Update website/social networking

-Design and send email blasts

-Oversee design of fliers and printed materials

-Determine and ensure execution of marketing strategies for all SSP programs

-Maintain a consistent visual identity based off style-sheet

-Oversee creation of creative storytelling/documentation strategies

-Ensure programs are properly documented/marketed/visually branded

-Manage photo, press and print archives

-Manage & oversee online artist resources

-Oversee Mailchimp and build email list


-Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite -Strong written and oral communication

-Understanding of current marketing strategies across various social media

-Familiarity with Squarespace platform

-Understanding of grid layout and style sheet execution

-Strong time management and organization skills

-Video editing skills

-Ability to operate a digital camera

-Basic HTML CSS understanding preferred

-Bilingual (written/spoken) preferred


Side Street Projects is an entirely mobile artist run organization. Our
mission is to give artists of all ages the ability and means to support
their creative endeavors. All of our programs connect professional artists
directly to communities.

We teach children design and fabrication through a mobile tool-based
program “The Woodworking Bus”. We present community based Socially Engaged
Artist Projects at our temporary headquarters; and off-site in
collaboration with local businesses and government agencies. These projects
are integrated into the free community programming offered on Saturdays. We
provide support services to artists with programs including a
Best-Professional Practices Podcast Series, Skill Share Workshops, and an
Equipment Co-Op.


Side Street Projects is run by a strong community of artists who are
committed to rolling up our sleeves and supporting the mission of the
organization, which includes supporting each other. We are casual but
efficient, and committed to social justice. Everything that we do
encourages creative problem solving and self-reliance within a contemporary
art context, which is reflected in our unusual operating model. Our offices
are restored vintage trailers, our communication systems are 100% wireless,
and it all runs on a mobile solar energy array. It is a little like camping
here. We have a port-o-potty and our water is trucked in. Staff has access
to our equipment co-op including our wood shop. Artists are encouraged to
use our resources to further their own art practice.

Hours can potentially be supplemented with teaching in our youth education


20-25 hours/week $20/hour starting

2 month probationary period

5 days paid vacation per year

3 sick days per year

Staff reviews every June

Start Date ASAP

TO APPLY: Email resume, cover letter and work samples in a single PDF by
July 1st, 2019 to

Job: Supervises the Colburn School’s stage management team (Los Angeles)

Located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, the Colburn School is an internationally recognized leader in performing arts education and is part of the fabric of the Los Angeles cultural community. With a world-renowned faculty, Colburn trains local and international students in four different units: the Colburn Conservatory of Music, the Colburn Community School of Performing Arts (CSPA), the Colburn Music Academy and Colburn Dance, and is a leader in community engagement through its new Center on Innovation and Community Impact.

The Colburn School's mission is to provide the highest quality performing arts education at all levels of development in an optimal learning environment.

Position Summary: Supervises the Colburn School’s stage management team. Ensures efficient and effective stage management duties are completed in rehearsal and performance halls and is responsible for the effective and efficient scheduling of stage management staff, production assistants and front of house staff to ensure proper staffing for events and daily work schedules.

Duties and Responsibilities: Supervise the stage management activities for rehearsal and performance spaces at the Colburn School.

Train stage management crew and production assistants on how to stage manage events, rehearsals and concerts.

Manage and attend the staging of concerts and performances, staged at the Colburn School concert halls and performance spaces and at offsite venues.

Provide a daily work schedule to Production Assistants, Stage Management Staff and work with House Manager to ensure all events are properly staffed.

Execute client walk-throughs alongside the Manager, Facilities Scheduling and Rentals with possible clients renting our facilities.

Coordinate and execute all stage needs at outside venues. Includes coordinating schedules, timeline, moving of equipment and pianos with the venues’ contacts.

Assist Director of Production in preparing budget for Stage Management area that support the projected events calendar. Track approved budget and expenditures

Responsible for meeting Payroll deadlines, approving and submitting timesheets to payroll with proper coding.

Order and make equipment and furniture purchases for the department’s needs based on approved budget.

Responsible for the overseeing of Production Department equipment inventory, storage, movement, and set-up in all concert and performance halls to include staging furniture, equipment, and pianos. Complies with fire life safety requirements.

Responsible for ensuring the repair of any damages and/or non-working items in the rehearsal halls and performance hall facilities. This includes stage floors, all lighting and its fixtures, carpet and tile flooring, painting, audience seats, etc.

Responsible for all emergency evacuation efforts in concert and performance halls including backstage areas at the Colburn School and at offsite venues.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Requirements

Strong organizational skills, communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to plan, service, and supervise a variety of meeting and commercial events; anticipate equipment and other needs for individual events; prepare effective reports and correspondence; identify potential problems and make necessary plans for corrective action; establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, and the general public; supervise stage management crew and event crew; operate computer, telephone, fax machine, hand-held radio, calculator and copy.

Bachelors degree or equivalent experience required and a minimum of five years experience in theatre and stage management, performing arts management or in the event planning industry

Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work under pressure. Knowledge of principles and techniques of supervision, event planning, audio-visual systems, lighting systems and its equipment and other equipment and practices typical to the industry; public fire and safety regulations;

Microsoft Office, AutoCAD or similar computer-aided drafting software. Word processing, spreadsheet and industry related scheduling and reservation software programs.

Very important. Must be available to work a varied schedule to include nights and weekends, including unexpected schedule changes. Occasional travel required.

Position requires seated work, standing work, giving tours, working backstage, moving heavy equipment, computer work, and customer service contact via phone and in person. Lift and or move up to 50 pounds and able to move very heavy equipment and instruments, reach with arms, crawl, hear, and speak. Work is mainly performed in an indoor office setting with extended periods at a computer as well as standing for extended periods of time in performance halls that include stage and backstage areas and the entire campus. May occasionally work outdoors for outdoor events.

Excellent salary and great benefits including medical, dental, life, LTD, 403(b) retirement plan free parking and more!

Apply online at:

Job: The Pacific Asia Museum, at the University of Southern California is currently seeking a PART TIME Coordinator of School Tours

The Pacific Asia Museum, at the University of Southern California,is currently seeking a PART TIME Coordinator, School Tours to join itsteam.

For more information and/or to apply, please click on the linkbelow:

Coordinator, School Tours -PART-TIME - Position Link

Note: Interested candidates must apply to theattached link. Inquiries to this email box will not be answered.

USC Pacific Asia Museum - Youth and Family Programs

Pasadena, California

PleaseNote: This position is a part-time role with a weekly commitment of Wednesdaythru Friday (7.5 hrs/day), 25 hours a week maximum


The School Programs Coordinator will help manage themuseum’s School Tour Program as well as assist with other k-12 initiatives andevents. Reporting to the Museum Director and the Youth and Family ProgramsSpecialist, they will be responsible for securing and scheduling schools fortours, scheduling transportation as part of the Free Bus Scholarship program,and maintaining program supplies, among other related tasks. This position willalso assist in other K-12 programs, such as Educator Night and the MyMasterpieces partnership.

Job Accountabilities:

· Schedule school and special request tours

· Maintain and update tour applications

· Secure bus transportation for select schools

· Work with PUSD coordinators to schedule schoolsfor My Masterpieces program

· Communicate with teachers

· Maintain all calendars with tour information

· Schedule teaching artists for tour workshops

· Communicate with docents regarding tourscheduling and cancellation

· Process vendor invoices

· Order and maintain program supplies

· Outreach to schools for Free Second Sunday busprogram

· In person visits with school principals andadministrators to promote School Tours Program

· If initiated, assist with School OutreachProgram: scheduling, attending development meetings, communicating withteachers and school administration, assisting teaching artist in classes,maintaining supplies

· Assist with assembling materials for programs,such as Educator Night

· Assist at events as needed

Minimum Qualifications


· Bachelor's degree

· Combined experience/education as substitute forminimum education


· 1 year

· Combined education/experience as substitute forminimum experience

Minimum Field of Expertise:

· Administrative support services

Preferred Qualifications


· Bachelor’s degree in education, art history,museum studies, fine arts or a related field..


· Minimum of 1 year experience in museum/ artseducation or non-profit coordination

· Excellent, proven communication skills alongwith strong writing, verbal, and public speaking skills needed for interactingwith educators, museum staff, and other constituents

· Ability to work productively with diverseconstituencies, including schools, community agencies, and the public

· Proven skill at assisting large and small-scaleevents and projects

· Aptitude for detail and ability to work bothindependently as well as in a team setting
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

Call for Entry: The Art of the Shack at the Coachella Valley Art Center (California)

For International artists

“There’s no place like home.” So said Dorothy Gale, famously, in The Wizard of Oz. Nothing could be truer.

No matter the address, from mansion to humble dwelling - urban to rural, it’s more about individuality, determination and soul. In The Art of the Shack, we explore and celebrate the concept of home inspired by the work of American artist Beverly Buchanan (1940-2015) who was influenced by the sharecropper shacks she experienced in the Deep South and the do-it-yourself builders and architects around the globe.

Developed by the S.C.R.A.P. Gallery and the Coachella Valley Art Center, the exhibit is calling for small-scale sculptures using recycled and reused materials. Size limited to no larger than 12" x 12"


Deadline: 07-04-2019
S.C.R.A.P. Gallery & Coachella Valley Art Center
Cathedral City & Indio, CA

Contact: Karen Riley
Phone: 760.861.6479

Call for Entry: Art On Trails needs artwork (Northern California)

For Northern CA artists

FTAs mission is to support the development of an expansive connective system of trails between and within our communities of northern California.  Art on trails is a program designed to promote art as a way to engage communities in creating personal and character-driven trails by connecting artists wishing to develop creative installations with trail project managers.  

Deadline: 06-30-2019
Forest Trails Alliance
Grass Valley, CA

Contact: zachi
Phone: 530.205.6618