Call for Entry: 3d artwork needed for site-specific project (Lake Charles, LA)

LOUISIANA PERCENT FOR ART PROGRAM

 

OPPORTUNITY: Three Dimensional Artwork Commission

LOCATION: Nursing and Allied Health Building at SOWELA Technical Community College, Lake Charles, Louisiana

COMMISSION BUDGET: $25,000 to $27,500 for a wall mounted or free standing three dimensional artwork in the building’s entryway.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 30, 2018.  Electronically submitted through the CAFÉ (www.callforentry.org) system by 10:59 P.M. (CT)

It is an OPEN CALL TO ARTISTS THAT MEET THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (page 4, section 3). All Louisiana artists, as defined by La. R.S. 25:9000.1(E), are invited to apply.

INFORMATION PRESENTED HERE IS EXCERPTED FROM OUR FULL CALL TO ARTISTS. FOR RULES, CONTEXT, PROJECT DESCRIPTION, and SUPPORTING IMAGES SEE THE FULL CALL ON OUR WEBSITE AT LINK TO CALL TO ARTISTS

 

1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Percent for Art Program is seeking artists or artist teams to design and implement a site-specific sculpture or installation of original design for the Nursing and Allied Health Building at SOWELA Technical Community College, Lake Charles, Louisiana.  The selected project will interpret the form of the olive-oil lamp, a symbol of Nursing since Florence Nightingale first carried it during the Crimean war.

The artwork may be subject to direct sunlight (UV radiation) and must be unique, permanent, and require very minimal long-term maintenance. Specifics for the commission are included in this document. More detailed specifications will be given to artists selected to develop a proposal.

 

2. BUDGET

The budgets listed are inclusive of all costs associated with each project, and commensurate with the intended scale, including but not limited to: research, professional consultations, formal reports from licensed structural and electrical engineers where appropriate, a conservator, materials, fabrication, transportation, travel, insurance, installation, photography and documentation of the artwork and crediting plaque.

 

3. ELIGIBILITY

This commission is open to professional artists 18 and over, regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Artist teams may apply, and must designate one artist as the lead contact. All artists must have a minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated professional visual art experience (not student work). Examples of work submitted must be of original, recently completed artwork (within the last 10 years).  The application, including all examples of work and supporting documents are considered the artist’s official “submission”. If any information submitted by the artist or artist's representative, including all supporting documents, is found fraudulent the submission will be disqualified.

 

4. DESIGN PARAMETERS

The development and design for the artwork should:

· Consider the elements of the site as a source of design ideas

· Consider the facility and its intended uses

· Consider the area surrounding the artwork and its intended uses as described in this call

· Reflect the community’s history, diversity and cultural profile

· Complement the building’s architecture and aesthetic values

· Be durable, sturdy and stable, suitable for the climatic conditions, resistant to UV damage, and safe for public interaction.

· Consider the impact of lighting or lighting as a prominent element. Electrical service will be accommodated where appropriate.

 

 5. HOW TO APPLY

Artists interested in this project must prepare and submit the following (called the “submission”):

 

Résumé

Letter of Interest & Artist Statement

List of Three (3) Professional References

Six (6) Images of Original Completed Artwork

All images must be submitted electronically through the Call For Entries (CAFÉ) system available online at www.callforentry.org

 

The CAFÉ system will remain open until 10:59 P.M. CT on November 30, 2018 but staff will only be available for assistance until 5:00 P.M. CT.  Applicants are encouraged to apply early to reduce risk of technical difficulties.  Incomplete or late submissions will not be accepted for any reason.

 

6. SELECTION PROCESS AND CRITERIA

An Art Selection Committee (the Committee) includes representatives from the Louisiana Office of Facility Planning & Control, the architectural firm that designed the facility, representatives from Southeastern Louisiana University, and the State Arts Council. The Committee will review all eligible artist submissions.

 

Submissions will be evaluated by the following criteria:

 

Artistic excellence and originality as evidenced by representations of past work images and other supporting materials

Appropriateness of artist’s medium, style, and previous experience as they relate to the project goals and setting

Experience with projects of a similar scale and scope

Availability to participate in the design and implementation of the project as required

Special consideration will be given to Louisiana Artists, as defined by La. R.S.25:9000.1(E)

The committee may also take into consideration when selecting artists whether or not an artist is already represented in the state’s collection and the relationship of an artist’s work to the work of other artists selected or being considered for the project.

 

7. TIMELINE & PROJECT SCHEDULE

Submission deadline: Submissions must be received through the CAFÉ online system by Thursday, November 30, 2018 at 10:59 P.M. CT. We cannot accept late, hand-delivered, mailed or emailed submissions.

 

The Percent for Art Program reserves the right to modify the project timeline (other than the deadline to receive applications).

 

8. NOTIFICATIONS AND PROPOSALS: Notifications will be issued in January, 2019.

 

This is a call for submission of samples of previous work and qualifications only. If selected to develop a proposal for one of the commissions, you will be contacted by Percent for Art program staff with further details about the site, concept and scope.

 

Finalists will be required to attend a site visit with the Committee and present his/her proposal to the Committee.  The proposal must include the concept, materials, size, weight, installation requirements, details of maintenance, and budget.  The proposal must also include a maquette or digital renderings as appropriate, that show the physical volume of the space and allow for multiple perspectives of the artwork within the space. All proposal documents, including the maquette and renderings, will become property of the state of Louisiana and may be used for educational and/or promotional purposes of the program. Each finalist’s proposal may be exhibited for committee and community consideration.

 

A proposal fee not to exceed $500 will be paid to finalists to offset expenses associated with development of proposals and travel to present to the Committee.  In the event a proposal is not required, and the Committee decides to direct purchase an existing work, the proposal fee will not be paid.

 

NOTE: The Percent for Art Program and the Artist Selection Committee reserve the right to reject any or all applications or proposals, to reject any finalist, or to terminate the selection process for any project without prior notice.

 

  ________________________________________________________________

 

The Louisiana Percent for Art Program was established by law in the 1999 legislative session. The law specifies that on projects using more than $2,000,000.00 in state funds, one percent (1%) of the expenditure for construction or renovation of a state building shall be for works of art by artists and craftsmen for the building or its grounds.

 

This program is administered by the Office of Cultural Development /Division of the Arts, in the Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism of the State of Louisiana, in collaboration with the Division of Administration and the Office of Facility Planning and Control.

 

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Please direct questions about the Percent for Art Program or this project to: Scott Finch, Director of the Percent for Art Program. Phone: 225-342-8176 Email: sfinch@crt.la.gov

 

Website: http://www.crt.state.la.us/cultural-development/arts/

Call for Entry: The Palos Verdes Arts Center needs a new look! (Palos Verdes, CA)

Palos Verdes Art Center Building Wrap Exhibition
For International artists

Palos Verdes Art Center, one of Los Angeles County's oldest visual arts nonprofit organizations, is excited to announce the opening of submissions for its 2019 building wrap exhibition, supported by the RLES Burke Artist Residency Program. PVAC invites artists of all countries to explore the intersections of contemporary art and architectural design with proposals to reface the street-facing exterior of our campus. The artist submitting the winning proposal will receive a $5,000 honorarium. The design will be executed in vinyl by PVAC contractor, and be on view Spring and Summer 2019. Select entries will be featured in a gallery exhibition running concurrently with the temporary building wrap. Building wrap dimensions and site photos at pvartcenter.org. To enter, go to www.callforentry.org, enroll as an artist at no charge, search Palos Verdes Art Center Building Wrap Exhibition.



Deadline: 12-01-2018
Palos Verdes Art Center
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Contact: Scott Andrews
email: sandrews@pvartcenter.org
Phone: 310.541.2479
Website: http://pvartcenter.org

Residency: Main Street Arts (Clifton, NY)

Artist Residency in Upstate New York
For National artists

Main Street Arts is accepting applications for our residency program! 

Artists in residence have 24-hour access to a large studio on our second floor. Facilities include 200 sq. ft. studio spaces, an electric kiln, potters wheel, etching press, and more. 

Apply by the November 30 deadline for a one-month or two-month residency in January, February, or March 2019.

For more information and to apply, visit our website: www.mainstreetartsgallery.com/residency



Deadline: 11-30-2018
Main Street Arts
Clifton Springs, NY

Contact: Bradley Butler
email: mstreetarts@gmail.com
Phone: 315.462.0210
Website: www.mainstreetartsgallery.com/residency

Call for Entry: The Red Telephone Booth (Laguna Beach, CA)

Red Telephone Booth - Temporary Art Installation
For Southern CA artists

Honorarium: $5,000

Full Guidelines and 2-D Template:
http://lagunabeachcity.net/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?t=54349.07&BlobID=20993 

About:
The City of Laguna Beach Red Telephone Booth is a project of the Arts Commission. Although once used as a telephone kiosk, the public telephone has been removed and the box is now serves as an installation site for temporary public art.

Installation period: 24 months

Required Application Materials:

  • Professional resume (maximum 2 pages)

  • Proof of CA residency

  • Color rendering at 1/10 scale (14.4” wide x 10” high). Artists may submit 1 (one) design.

  • Artwork title

  • Artist statement of how the design supports the theme

  • 3 photographs of previous related artwork

Eligibility:
Open to artists who are residents of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, San Diego and Ventura counties.



Deadline: 01-07-2019
City of Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach, CA

Contact: Michael McGregor
email: mmcgregor@lagunabeachcity.net
Phone: 949.497.0722 x5
Website: https://lagunabeachcity.slideroom.com/

Call for Entry: Open Call for New Plays By Latinx Writers (California artists ONLY)

Open Call for New Plays By Latinx Writers
For California artists

TBT is dedicated to producing staged readings of full-length new work. For our purposes, "new work" means that the play has never been fully produced. Previous readings and workshops do not render the piece ineligible. We are creating a forum for conversation, and as such we are seeking plays that raise questions about pertinent social, political, or environmental issues of our time. 

The next call for submissions will open October 1 and run through October 31. We are seeking plays by Latinx writers, featuring Latinx characters. As always, submitted plays should touch on pressing social, political, and/or environmental issues. 

At the beginning of November, we will commence our play selection process. We will announce the chosen play in January. The reading will take place in Santa Ana, California in Spring 2019. While we highly encourage playwrights to attend the reading of their play, we understand that it may be impractical or impossible in some cases and do not require it. We encourage both local and non-local playwrights to submit.

In addition to a desire to foster conversation within our diverse community, TBT also seeks to support new voices in American theatre and local artists. As such, the playwright of the selected work will receive a writer's fee and will not be responsible for the payment of actors and directors nor the rental of spaces. Please note that TBT cannot provide any additional funds for travel or lodging, though we may be able to help arrange either. 

To submit your play for consideration, click the SUBMISSION FORM button on our website when it becomes active on October 1. Be prepared to answer some basic questions about you, your play, and the important issues your story addresses. You will be asked to upload your full script in PDF form, and we ask that you include a title page and use the file name format LASTNAME_TITLE.pdf.

PLEASE READ THESE ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES CAREFULLY. ANY SUBMISSION THAT DOES NOT FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. These guidelines will also be posted directly on the submission form.

Talk Back Theatre currently accepts submissions via Google Forms. If you do not have a Google account or prefer not to submit through Google, you may email us for an application form to submit to us directly. DO NOT EMAIL YOUR script WITHOUT AN APPLICATION FORM. It will not be accepted.



Deadline: 10-31-2018
Talk Back Theatre
Santa Ana, CA

Contact: Emily Tkaczibson
email: talkback.submissions@gmail.com
Phone: 
Website: http://www.talkbacktheatre.org/submission-guidelines.html

Call For Entry: Concrete and Adrift: On the Poverty Line (Alexandria, LA)

http://themuseum.org/

Concrete and Adrift: On the Poverty Line
933 Second Street
Alexandria, LA 71301


APPLY TO THIS CALL

BACK TO PARTICIPATING CALLS
CONTACT EVENTEvent Dates: 3/1/19 - 6/22/19
Entry Deadline: 10/31/18
Days remaining to deadline: 16

REQUIREMENTS:

Media 
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3 
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3 
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3 
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3 


Partnering with Sordid and Sacred, this juried exhibition will feature work by contemporary artists on the subjects of poverty and homelessness. Poverty and homelessness are often underrepresented and misunderstood topics in our society today, and are issues that everyone sees likely more often than they realize. Through Concrete & Adrift, AMoA will work with contemporary artists to bring discussions of poverty and homelessness to the forefront.  The exhibition will be juried from regional and national submissions and will feature a variety of media.  

- Artists working in all media are invited to enter three works for exhibition. 
- Works must have been created in the past six years and focus on subjects of poverty and homelessness.  
- Three-dimensional entries must be full view, with multiple views combined into one image.
  - There are no dimension restrictions for entries.
- Works in video must be no longer than 30 minutes.
- Works will be juried by Alexandria Museum of Art staff. 
- Selected works will be displayed in a gallery with approximately 1700 square feet and 175 linear feet. 
- Jurying will begin November 1, 2018 and artist notification will occur on or before January 4, 2019. 
- Invited artists will be asked to deliver their artwork to the museum by February 19th, 2019.
- Work selected for exhibit must arrive with clear installation instructions. 
- An opening reception will be held for the exhibition on Friday, March 15th at the Alexandria Museum of Art. 

Call for entry: The City of Santa Clarita needs poets (Santa Clarita, CA)

Call for Poetry (Free to enter, $150 Stipend)
For California artists

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The City of Santa Clarita (City) is accepting Short Poem entries (Free Form, Haiku, Distich, Cinquain, etc.). Residents and individuals with connections or ties to Santa Clarita are invited to submit an original poem to the Sidewalk Poetry program.

The theme is Poetry of Place – let the Santa Clarita landscape and the built environment be your inspiration.  This year will focus on poems that reflect the public and natural shared spaces in our community.  Selected poems are likely to be stamped on sidewalks near parks, bus stops, trailheads, crosswalks, schools, and shopping centers.

All writers, young and old, professional and amateur, are welcome to submit poetry for consideration.  Poems must be original work. Poems must be in English and must be within a maximum of 5 lines, 32 characters per line (including spaces) and 160 characters overall (including spaces).  Selected poets will receive monetary compensation of a $150 stipend and have the opportunity to meet to discuss their work with a professor of poetry.  Selected poets will also be recognized on the City’s website and public art app directory. Selected winners are encouraged to attend the Sidewalk Poetry Program dedication scheduled for spring 2019.

HISTORY

This program was recommended by City of Santa Clarita staff members who write poems in their free time.  The staff and the Arts Commission wanted to create a public art program which celebrates poetry and creative writing throughout the community.  In the Arts Commission’s 2018 Work Plan and Public Art Proposal, approved by City Council on September 26, 2017, the Sidewalk Poetry program was identified as a new public art project.  The Arts and Events division will work with the Public Works department to identify appropriate locations to stamp the selected poems as part of the sidewalk rehabilitation program.

DATES

Deadline for entry: October 16, 2018

Winners announced: January 25, 2019

RULES

Limit:  One (1) entry per person during the contest.  Entries may only be submitted by an individual; no team entries are permitted.  Eligible individuals may enter only during the designated submission phases.  ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 16, 2018.

Eligibility: The Sidewalk Poetry program contest is open to all ages, no previous experience or publication necessary.  Poems must be no more than five (5) lines (including title if applicable) with a maximum of 32 characters per line (including spaces).  The poem must be the original work of the entrant.  It can be free or rhyming verse.  All submissions become the property of the City and may be published in print and/or on the City’s website.  All entries must be submitted electronically at www.santaclaritaarts/callforentry/sidewalkpoetry.  Entrants must complete the entry form in its entirety to qualify.

Selection: Poems will be judged based on: appropriateness of theme, use of language, emotional response, and creativity.  Poems containing profanity, vulgarity or offensive material, and/or poems that do not meet the requirements for line limitation and theme will be disqualified.

Winners: The winners will be selected from qualified entries and the winning poems will be stamped on concrete sidewalks throughout the City.

Decisions: All decisions made by the judges are final.

Copyright: The author retains all copyrights to the submitted poem.  By entering the contest, entrant consents to the publication of his/her poem in any medium employed by the City.

Notification: Winners will be notified by phone or email, and will be announced publicly. Names of the winner(s) and their respective poems may appear on the City’s website.

Privacy Policy: The City collects personal information for the purpose of notifying contest winners only.  All information submitted is confidential, used solely for notification purposes and will not be made public.  The City does not lease, sell, or share personal information.  Minor children must have parental permission to enter the contest.

Legal: No purchase necessary.  Void where prohibited.



Deadline: 10-16-2018
City of Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita, CA

Contact: Katherine Nestved
email: Knestved@santa-clarita.com
Phone: 661.250.3777
Website: http://santaclaritaarts.com/sidewalk-poetry-program-2018/

Call for Entry: City of Los Altos Public Art Search (Los Altos, CA)

City of Los Altos Public Art Search
For National artists

Vibrant, progressive and inspirational is how the Los Altos Public Arts program is described.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the Silicon Valley arts scene by exhibiting your work in Los Altos—right in the heart of the Valley.

Our city showcases art from around the world on downtown streets, in city parks and in green areas across the Los Altos community.

Currently we’re looking for new works representing a variety of media, including sculpture, mosaics, electronic and interactive art, and other forms of visual expression.

The City is especially interested in showcasing an interactive artwork in its Veterans Community Plaza.  Special consideration is given to art that reflects the city’s agricultural past and/or the community’s current ties to developments in technology, though this is not a requirement.

Artists whose work is selected for inclusion receive a $5,000 stipend to help defray insurance, transportation and other costs.

Both the artists and their work will be promoted through local newspapers, on the City’s website, and in a citywide Arts Tour brochure. Selected work will be on loan for a period of two years.



Deadline: 01-15-2019
City of Los Altos
City of Los Altos, CA

Contact: Jon Maginot
email: administration@losaltosca.gov
Phone: 
Website: https://www.losaltosca.gov/publicartscommission/page/los-altos-public-art-search-2018

Grants: 2019 GRAMMY museum grant program (USA)

GRAMMY MUSEUM

Los Angeles, CA

GRAMMY MUSEUM® GRANT PROGRAM: 2019 LETTER OF INQUIRY ONLINE

The GRAMMY Museum is now accepting Letters of Inquiry for their 2019 grant cycle. With funding generously provided by The Recording Academy®, the GRAMMY Museum Grant Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals for audio preservation projects, as well as scientific research efforts. The program’s aim is to advance the archiving of the recorded sound heritage of the Americas and to explore the impact of music on the human condition.

Grant funds have been utilized to preserve private collections as well as materials at the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian and numerous colleges and universities. Research projects have studied the links between music and early childhood education, treatments for illnesses and injuries common to musicians, and the impact of music therapy. To date, more than $7 million in grants have been awarded to nearly 400 recipients.

HOW TO APPLY:

A letter of inquiry is required before submission of a full application. To read the guidelines and to submit a letter of inquiry for the 2018 GRAMMY Museum grant cycle, please visit http://www.grammymuseum.org/programs/grants-program. The deadline each year for submitting letters of inquiry is Oct. 15.

Funding: Working Artist Org's got a purchase award for $1000 (Worldwide)

WORKING ARTIST ORG.

Worldwide

$1000 Working Artist Purchase Award | Call for Submissions Deadline: September 30, 2018

 

We offer a small art purchase award to help serious artists keep working. Our award is open worldwide to all visual artists, including but not limited to those working in traditional styles, ie., painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, glass, installation, or with digital/new media, photography and film/video. 

 

See our complete submissions guidelines at: http://www.workingartist.org/submission-guidelines.html .

 

Also look out for our Summer Quarter Photography Award Deadline: August 17, 2018!

 

Working Artist Org. is dedicated to discovering, collecting, and promoting great contemporary art and artists.

Grants: Culver City Performing Arts Grant Program (Culver City, CA)

CITY OF CULVER CITY CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Culver City, CA

Established in 1994, the Culver City Performing Arts Grant Program offers project grants to non-profit performing arts organizations in Los Angeles County. Under the purview of the City Council and the Cultural Affairs Commission, the Performing Arts Grant Program is designed to support local arts organizations and provide Culver City residents, business community and visitors with enriching and accessible cultural opportunities. For the 25th anniversary of the Performing Arts Grant Program, the Culver City Council has allocated funding from the Art in Public Places Program’s Cultural Trust Fund. Sony Pictures Entertainment has provided an additional contribution to the program.

To be eligible for consideration, applicants must be a current 501(c)(3) organization with a performance-focused mission. Organizations with a fiscal receiver are not eligible to apply.Theatre, music, and dance performances may be proposed. Performances must be available to the general public in a location wholly or partially located in Culver City or controlled/owned by the City of Culver City. Funding may only be used for direct expenses related to the performance in Culver City. Performing arts organizations of all sizes are encouraged to apply to this silver anniversary program.

A grant application workshop will be held on August 9, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City, to discuss the application and answer any questions. It is strongly recommended that new and returning applicants attend the workshop

Please direct questions to City of Culver City Cultural Affairs staff at Cultural.Affairs@culvercity.org or call (310) 253-5716.

For guidelines, applications and more information visit the Culver City website at https://www.culvercity.org/enjoy/things-to-do/arts-culture/performing-arts-grants

Call for entry: Superfine! art fair (Los Angeles)

SUPERFINE! LA

Los Angeles, CA

"While more art fairs make their way to the west coast, it’s refreshing to welcome Superfine! to the mix to create opportunities for emerging artists and collectors and make art fairs more approachable.”

- Shepard Fairey"

Superfine! is the fun, approachable, alternative to big box art fairs. We provide real value to our artist and gallery clients, and countless opportunities for our collectors - who span both long-time collectors and affluent young professionals who may have never collected before, but want to.

Join us in the city of angels for the inaugural edition of Superfine! LA, touching down from February 14-17 2019 at uber-hip DTLA's "unconventional convention center" Magic Box at the Reef. Spreading out across 18,000 square feet, Superfine! LA will comprise two distinct spaces: the Artist Pavilion, dedicated to four programs geared towards emerging solo artists, and the Gallery Pavilion, comprised of 30 galleries representing the top emerging talent from LA and around the globe. In addition to the two pavilions, Superfine! is bringing its first A/V program to Los Angeles and is currently accepting proposals for the two 600 square foot rooms that will comprise audio-centric and video-centric installations.

Promotional partners include Hi-Fructose Magazine and artnet, with committed coverage from Bloomberg, Art Zealous, and LA Times. Each of our fairs generates north of 60 million digital impressions and sees between 5,000 and 10,000 in person visitors, 20% of whom make a significant art purchase.


APPLYING TO SUPERFINE! LA

For more information on Superfine! LA and how to apply, please visit www.superfine.world/exhibit-la

Once you have reviewed the floor plan and prepared your application, please submit your application along with 5 sample artwork images to exhibit@superfine.world. You may also use the DocuSign feature on our website to submit your application directly - in which case you still need to send your sample images to exhibit@superfine.world.

Your application will be reviewed within 24-72 hours of submission and you will be notified if you have been accepted into Superfine! LA.

 

Superfine! Fairs: Approachable, Transparent, Fair. (Oh, and Fun.)

Everything Superfine! revolves around transparency. From our easy-to-read artwork tags (believe it or not, collectors want to know the price) to fairly priced exhibition space with no arbitrary discounts or preferential treatment, our approach to the new art market is consistently above-the-board in every way possible.

The result? We bring artists and galleries to market in a friendly, fun, and fair atmosphere while creating an approachable space where new and established collectors both arrive ready to discover and collect our exhibitors' carefully curated artwork.

 

Why Exhibit at Superfine!

Never satisfied with the status quo, we take a hands-on approach to collector-building and curation in each of our markets. Expect cutting edge digital marketing and re-targeting, programming geared towards all levels of collectors, and the highest curatorial standards for an emerging-level fair.

Our approachable new art market appeals to not only dyed-in-the-wool collectors but those who've never collected before, and want to. Deep demographic research combined with targeted marketing and PR mean we're serious about not only bringing thousands of eyes to your work, but fostering actual sales. Of the 5,000-10,000 attendees at each edition of Superfine!, more than 20% make a purchase.

Residency: SAN’s Arts Program is now accepting applications for the 2019 Performing Arts Residency Program (San Diego, CA)

SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

San Diego, CA

SAN’s Arts Program is now accepting applications for the 2019 Performing Arts Residency Program.

 

San Diego International Airport’s Performing Arts Program provides a unique platform to celebrate San Diego’s local culture and present the region’s diverse talent in dance, theater, live music, and more through an ongoing concert series, special event performances, and a bi-annual airport residency. The program enhances the airport environment and enriches the experience of airport visitors by providing unexpected encounters with arts programming.

 

SAN’s Arts Program launched its Performing Arts Residency Program in 2016. The residency cultivates the local performing arts community by inviting two artist groups/collectives to develop and perform new work over the course of five months that is inspired by and enlivens the airport environment.

 

The Performing Arts Residency Program supports the development and public performance of new work that simultaneously affords the artists an opportunity and space to create and rehearse new material while also providing patrons of SAN a unique opportunity for interaction through the performing arts. This process-oriented residency is open to contemporary performing artists in all disciplines—dance, music, theater, as well cross-disciplinary media including digital performance and projection.

 

Examples of programming may include local, regional and international music; modern, traditional or ethnic dance; as well theatrical productions inspired by or developed in response to the airport setting. Performing artists, arts groups, collectives, organizations, companies, and higher education performing arts departments are encouraged to submit their qualifications for consideration.

 

A contract in the amount of $15,000 will be awarded for a five month residency period. The selected artist groups/organizations will be required to be onsite at least twice per month and conduct at least one performance or workshop per month. Residents will work with the airport’s Arts Program staff to schedule all meetings, activities and engagement exercises necessary for the project development process. Each residency will commence with an initial site research and proposal development period and the selected artist groups/organizations will work with Arts Program staff to define subsequent performances.

 

For complete guidelines on the opportunity, visit: arts.san.org/opportunitiesDeadline to apply is Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 11:59 p.m.

Grant: The Eastman School of Music's Paul R. Judy Grant Program is now accepting applications (North America)

The Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center Grant Program is accepting applications for its Applied Research Grant Program.

Description: The Paul R. Judy Center for Applied Research is a division of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman School of Music. The Center’s research and programming emphasizes the 21st Century evolution of the innovative ensemble, influenced by both the symphony orchestra and the chamber music traditions, with a focus on creative, artist-centered ensembles that reflect new models of artistic innovation, organizational relationships, and operational sustainability.

The Paul R. Judy Center for Applied Research Grant provides funding for research and projects related to innovative ensembles. Anyone based in North America may apply. These awards are available in both research and innovative projects categories, and will comprise no more than 25% of the total grant funds awarded by the program.

Geographic Focus: National

Deadline: October 1, 2018

Job: The Studio Museum in Harlem Per Diem Museum Educators to work in Pre-K-12 School, Family and Educator Programs (PT) (NYC)

Organization

The Studio Museum in Harlem

Website

http://www.studiomuseum.org

Country

United States

Location

New York, NY

Sector

Museums/Hist. Societies

Position Level

Experienced (Non-Manager)

Education

4-Year Degree

Position Type

Part Time Temporary

Description

OVERVIEW The Studio Museum in Harlem has earned an international reputation as a leader in the contemporary arts arena with its groundbreaking role in promoting the work of artists of African descent. The Museum seeks Per Diem Museum Educators to work in Pre-K-12 School, Family and Educator Programs. While the Studio Museum’s galleries are currently closed in preparation for a late Fall 2018 groundbreaking on our new building, the Museum is working to deepen its roots in the community through inHarlem, a dynamic set of collaborative programs in our neighborhood. Museum Educators will facilitate meaningful experiences through inquiry-based discussions around works of art and art making projects, based on the Studio Museum’s permanent collection and inHarlem exhibitions. Educators will teach in programs at partner organizations including schools, libraries, public parks, and community centers in Harlem and throughout New York City. RESPONSIBILITIES • In collaboration with Education department staff, classroom teachers, and partner organizations, plan and facilitate program sessions and workshops, including attending planning and assessment meetings • Facilitate pre- and post- partnership evaluations, and assist with program documentation • Participate in trainings and professional development sessions in conjunction with exhibitions and programs • Assist with the installation and opening events for any student exhibitions or culminating events • Maintain regular flow of information from partnerships to the Museum in regards to partnership activities and progress • Develop and lead tours and art-making workshops for school, family, and adult groups • Co-facilitate Teaching & Learning Workshops for Pre-K-12 educators • Establish and maintain relationships with school staff in an effort to promote the Museum and its services QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor's degree in studio art, art history, cultural studies, art education or related fields • At least 2 years’ of relevant experience in arts and museum education with responsibilities in planning, development and implementation of educational programs • Knowledge of contemporary art and artists of African descent • Understanding of inquiry-based teaching practice • Demonstrated ability in the successful development and maintenance of projects in programs and partnerships • Excellent time management and problem-solving skills • Ability to work with close attention to detail and to maintain confidentiality • Excellent communication, organization and administrative skills • Demonstrated ability to work professionally and tactfully, while representing the Museum with a high level of integrity and professionalism • Adherence to Museum policies and support of Education Department decisions in a positive, professional manner • Experience working with school, family and adult audiences • Passion for the dual mission of achieving artistic and educational excellence Particular attention will be given to applicants who have experience working with early childhood audiences, bilingual Spanish and English teaching experience as well as experience working with students on the autism spectrum, and students with developmental and learning disabilities. Position work schedule may require school day and after school work. Some weekends and evenings are required to lead and participate in Museum programs. To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to job.per.diem.museum.educator@studiomuseum.org. The Studio Museum in Harlem is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, sex, age, gender identification, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to job.per.diem.museum.educator@studiomuseum.org.

Job: Logistics Coordinator needed at Dietl International Freight (FT, Los Angeles)

Organization

Dietl International

Website

http://www.dietl.com

Country

United States

Location

Los Angeles, CA

Sector

Art Handling/Logistics

Position Level

Experienced (Non-Manager)

Education

4-Year Degree

Position Type

Full Time Permanent

Description

Description: • Coordinate all aspects of Fine Art Shipments and related projects. Operations Duties: • Undergoing TSA training and Certifications• • Communicating with customers, vendors, colleagues, agents and all other parties involved to coordinate logistics, schedules, budgets, payments, etc. • Preparing estimates and project budgets • Researching and presenting transport schedules and routing options • Opening Files (Import/Export/Domestic/Foreign) • Making bookings with and completing Job Orders for vendors – crate shops, truckers, art handlers, supervision agents, etc. • Booking airfreight with airlines • Filing SED’s through AES system • Preparing Import & Export Documentation such as AWBs, Delivery Orders, Packing Lists, etc. • Obtaining and preparing documents for US Customs Entries • Checking and establishing TSA compliance as relevant per shipment • Researching US Import and Export regulations for items requiring special permits. Obtaining special permits as needed. • Preparing courier and shipment itineraries • Presenting customers with shipment status updates • Booking courier airfare and hotel accommodations • Client pick up (vehicle required-mileage reimbursed) for courier assistance and ) • Meeting vendors and security agents for supervision at LAX and other job sites • Creating and submitting invoices for services provided Additional Duties: • Participating in client sales meetings and events • Assist manager with sales and marketing research • Assisting colleagues with general office maintenance as needed • Ordering office supplies as needed Expectations: The Projects/Logistics Coordinator in the LA office works with all clients: museums, private collectors, lenders and galleries/commercial clients, to develop and execute creative logistics solutions to accommodate each project (import, export, exhibitions, domestic air & ground shipments and local installations.) The Projects/Logistical Coordinator will work independently on specific assigned projects and collaboratively with Operations Manager on larger projects and as back up when Operations Manager is out of the office. It will be the responsibility of the project coordinator to manage all aspects of their project: timing, vendors, budgets, routing, airport supervision, courier assistance and invoicing.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Please send resume and cover letter to: DIETLLAX@gmail.com

Call for Entry: City of Auburn, WA: Art on Main 2019 Window-Front Art Installations (National)

City of Auburn, WA: Art on Main 2019 Window-Front Art Installations

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Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: Regional
State: Washington
Entry Deadline: 9/18/18
Days remaining to deadline: 33

ART ON MAIN DESCRIPTION

A program of the City of Auburn, Washington, Art on Main selects regional artists to install 3-dimensional or multi-media art installations in a public window-front exhibition space in downtown Auburn. The program offers a $1,000 artist stipend to support the creation of new work and site-specific projects, or the installation of existing work.

The deadline for this call is:  September 18th at 10:59 PM (Pacific Time)

Job: Los Angeles Opera needs a FT Associate Director of Programming, Education, and Community Engagement (Los Angeles)

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Reporting to the Vice President of Education and Community Engagement, this position will have responsibility for the development, oversight and evaluation of all of LA Opera's education and engagement activities with the goal of providing access to the Opera art form to all populations in the Los Angeles community.

Position responsibilities will focus on the expansion of current educational and engagement programs including but not limited to: development of college/university engagement programs; refining curriculum and program content for all K-12 school educator and school programs, including teacher training and materials, student matinees, in-school residencies and student subscriptions; maximizing community partnerships and performance engagements for underserved populations; and strongly and positively representing LA Opera to other arts, education and civic institutions to promote constructive working partnerships in the community.

Qualified candidates will have 5+ years in arts education management, excellent communication and organizational skills; ability to thrive in a fast-paced arts environment while managing multiple programs; understanding of educational issues, curriculum, theories and strategies, age/grade characteristics; strong public presentation and interpersonal skills with enthusiasm to engage with diverse audiences. The ideal candidate will have a passion for arts education and for working with young people, educators, and artists.. Bilingual skills are a plus.

To apply please send cover letter and resume to jobs@laopera.org<mailto:jobs@laopera.org>

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EDUCATION PROGRAMS ASSISTANT (PART-TIME)

LA Opera seeks an Education Programs Assistant for their award-winning Education and Community Engagement Department. Reporting to the Education Manager, the Education Programs Associate will provide general administrative support and coordination for the Company's education and community engagement programs. This position will also assist in the planning and implementation of education programs, projects and events, and will be responsible for tracking program participant enrollment including data entry, manipulation and analysis.

Qualified candidates will be highly organized and have a degree or experience in arts, arts management or arts education. Applicants will have worked extensively in Word, Excel and Outlook, and have experience with database applications.. Qualified candidates will also demonstrate the ability to attend to detail in a fast-paced, multi-tasked environment and have strong written and oral communication skills, as well as an aptitude for interacting well with the public. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, a background in curriculum development, and/or Spanish bilingual skills are all pluses..

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, and sit for long periods of time, and work at a computer for long periods of time. The employee will be required to lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. This is a part-time position, offering approximately 20-25 hours per week. There is some flexibility in setting hours during the business week; however, the work schedule may vary and will include some mandatory nights as well as Saturdays and Sundays.

To apply please send cover letter and resume with "Education Programs Assistant" in the subject line to jobs@laopera.org<mailto:jobs@laopera.org>

Compensation is $15.00 per hour.

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Job: The Music Man Foundation is seeking a Foundation Administrator (FT) (Los Angeles)

*The Music Man Foundation*

*Position Description: Foundation Administrator*

*Supervisor: Executive Director *

*Located: Los Angeles, California*

*Position Type: Full-time, Non-Exempt*

*Position Overview*

The Foundation Administrator will provide administrative and tactical
support for the Executive Director and Directors of The Music Man
Foundation, an independent foundation with operations based in Los Angeles,
CA. Reporting to the Foundation’s Executive Director, this position will
be responsible for performing a variety of general administrative functions
including maintaining organized file systems, developing communication to
board members and grantees, answering general inquiries, creating meeting
agendas and taking meeting notes, and compiling research. The
Administrator will sometimes be called upon to represent the Foundation
with external constituents.

The Foundation Administrator must have an interest in the mission and focus
areas of The Music Man Foundation. The position will require excellent
organization and communication skills, as well as demonstrated
professionalism.

*About the Foundation*

The Music Man Foundation aims to support transformative music programs for
all children who may not otherwise be able to access such opportunities.
The Foundation makes grants to organizations that qualify as U.S. §
501(c)(3) charities to be used for programs that leverage music to make
impactful change in children’s lives.

*Key Responsibilities*

- Assist with all steps of grant-making process, including but not
limited to receiving proposals and doing initial review to ensure
completeness, preparing check requests and gift letters, and drafting grant
agreements and reporting guidelines
- Maintain database of Foundation’s grantmaking, which includes contact
information and gift history
- Maintain Foundation calendar that includes relevant meetings, proposal
and report deadlines, major events hosted by Foundation grantees, and
conferences and other learning opportunities
- Schedule meetings and travel for Executive Director and Board of
Directors
- Schedule board meetings and handle all meeting logistics
- Take minutes at board meetings and take notes at other meetings as
needed
- Provide administrative support for the Executive Director and Board of
Directors including scheduling meetings, preparing expense reports,
maintaining updated contacts, and compiling information around Foundation
travel (coordinating meetings and pricing transportation or accommodation
options)
- Prepare briefings in anticipation of meetings with both prospective
and current grantee organizations, as well as other funders
- Maintain Action Agenda that serves as a dashboard for all Foundation
activity
- Draft updated content for Foundation website and social media profiles
- Draft press releases as needed and collaborate with Executive Director
to identify appropriate publicity opportunities
- Maintain online and permanent (hard-copy) Foundation files

*Qualifications*

*Education and Experience*

- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- At least two years of work experience, non-profit experience and/or
experience working closely with executives and high-level volunteers
preferred

*Technical Skills*

- Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word
- Ability to coordinate video and audio conference calls
- Experience creating and maintaining databases

*Administrative Skills*

- Appointment scheduling and calendar management
- Arranging meeting logistics and/or executive travel itineraries
- Taking meeting minutes

*Communication Skills*

- Preparing professional correspondence based on various audiences
- Processing emails, phone calls and other requests in a prompt and
pleasant manner
- Ability to produce high-quality, error-free documents

*Personal Characteristics*

- Enthusiastic, dedicated team player
- Ability to work independently
- Detail-oriented
- Good time management and ability to manage and prioritize multiple
tasks
- Interest in the Foundation’s funding areas

*Compensation & Benefits*

The Music Man Foundation offers a competitive salary and medical insurance
coverage options, as well as a flexible work environment.

*How to Apply*

Interested applicants should submit a resume with a cover email that
outlines how one’s skills and experience match the position of Foundation
Administrator. Send this via email only, to
inquiries@musicmanfoundation.org.

As part of the Foundation’s standard hiring process for new employees,
employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background
check.

All applicants to and employees of The Music Man Foundation will receive
fair treatment regardless of race, age, religion, pregnancy, sexual
orientation, gender identity, or disability.

Grants: The Arts Council of Santa Cruz County has space for Create and Develop grants (Santa Cruz, CA)

The Arts Council of Santa Cruz County is accepting applications for Create and Develop Grants.

Description: The Arts Council of Santa Cruz County’s mission is to promote, connect, and invest in the arts in order to stimulate creativity and vibrancy in Santa Cruz County.

The Arts Council of Santa Cruz County’s Grants Program provides funding for artists and arts organization in Santa Cruz County to:

  • Support the creation and presentation of artistically excellent work
  • Increase the success of artists and the sustainability of arts organizations
  • Expand equitable access to the arts to the full diversity of residents and visitors
  • Increase social impact through art
  • Engage new audiences in the arts

Geographic Focus: Santa Cruz County, CA

Deadline: September 14, 2018