We are looking for artists of all mediums to submit their work to be featured in the lobby of O'Donovans Cocktail bar. Shows switch out monthly with receptions & artist talks held every second Saturday during the Downtown Pomona Artwalk.
This is an invitational call for submittals of interest to create a site-specific memorial in San Bernardino, California.
The memorial will be located on the San Bernardino County Civic Campus located at 385 N. Arrowhead Avenue in San Bernardino on a 40,000 sq. ft. site with views of the San Bernardino Mountains. The San Bernardino County December 2nd Memorial Committee envisions that the memorial will be a permanent legacy that honors and celebrates the victims of the attack, acknowledges the bravery of the first responders, and focuses on life, love, peace, tolerance, and San Bernardino County historic and enduring tradition of strength, determination, and resiliency.
This is a full-time, one-year temporary Film Studies/Cinema instructor position in the School of Visual, and Performing Arts. Under the direction of the Dean, the assignment for the full-service week will be to teach cinema courses (Survey of American and Survey of World Cinemas) offered by the department. The ideal candidate would also possess the background to teach (or has taught) courses in the survey of world cinemas and survey of American cinema, as well as participate in any other professional responsibilities as identified under 18.2.3 of the faculty agreement. The assignment will be primarily at the Rancho Campus, but sections at the Fontana or Chino campuses, or high school campuses, may be possible per contract and need
Reporting to the Senior Curator at the California Museum of Photography, and working collaboratively with all ARTSblock curators, exhibition design team, registrar, and the Director of Museum Education & Outreach, the Exhibition Manager will provide key logistical support for all exhibitions developed at both the California Museum of Photography and the Sweeney Art Gallery. The Exhibition Manager will work closely with the curatorial team on the development and execution of exhibitions and related projects including the coordination of incoming traveling exhibitions, supporting the development of exhibition-related publications such as brochures and catalogues, and drafting and coordinating exhibition tour proposal materials. The Exhibition Manager will represent ARTSblock to the outside community, in particular in conversation with artists, galleries, and donors, and will interact frequently with visitors, scholars, and students, including giving exhibition tours and public talks.
“Rock On! … through … up … over” is the theme for the next Art in Public Places exhibition for July 7 to September 28 at Twentynine Palms Visitor Center Art Gallery and Chamber of Commerce, 73484 29 Palms Hwy. in downtown Twentynine Palms.
Artwork must address the theme “Rock On!” portraying the many ways rocks are significant to life in the desert. The theme can be expressed in painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, mosaics, ceramics, fabric art, assemblage, sculpture or other three-dimensional work. All work must be ready to hang with professional wire or mount on a pedestal, must be offered for sale, and must be suitable for viewing by the general public.
Under general supervision, provides piano accompaniment for music classes, rehearsals, and performances; maintains the Music Library; and provides clerical and other assistance to the Music Department. Although this assignment is initially at the Rancho Campus, transfers to the Chino or Fontana Campus may be possible per contract and need.
Random Acts of Content is a collaborative project that asks the community to partake in a larger dialogue focused on art making and storytelling. Members of the community are invited to submit one photograph of a single object, characterized by one color that carried some significance to them.
Friday, April 20, 2018, Scripps College is having a sustainability faire and is looking for artists. Eclectic Roots will be hosting live artists by supplying panels, paints and a wall to hang work! They ask that artists bring their own easels/brushes and anything else they may want to use but no spray paint. Also bring lights and extension chords so they can see when they're painting. It is a sustainability fair so themes would be nature and being as sustainable as possible!
An internship is available for a student to work full-time at the Pomona College Museum of Art for a ten-week period between June and August 2018. The Getty internship is intended for members of groups currently under-represented in museums and the visual arts, particularly individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander descent.
The internship will specifically focus on assisting the Academic Curator in developing robust programming that broadens the awareness and impact of the arts as an interdisciplinary tool. The intern’s responsibilities will include working with the Academic Curator and the curatorial staff in a variety of tasks related to building relationships with artists, activators and disruptors across the country and integrating their practices with the museum’s upcoming exhibitions and permanent collection.
The City of Riverside is accepting applications for the position of CURATOR OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES* to fill one (1) vacancy in the RIVERSIDE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM. The eligibility list established may be used to fill the current and/or upcoming vacancies within this classification for up to six (6) months.
The Curator of Historic Structures is responsible for management of and programming for three historic houses. The Victorian-era Heritage House is the only property currently open to the public. The Harada House and Robinson House are in the midst of fact-finding studies and fundraising efforts in advance of restoration. The Riverside Metropolitan Museum is also embarking upon an exciting project to renovate its main downtown museum. The successful candidate for the position of Curator of Historic Structures will be an individual with a strong work ethic, a sense of humor, a can-do attitude, scholarly integrity, and the desire to be part of the team who will effect momentous change for the institution.
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art is currently seeking a Student Assistant on a temporary basis, for the Spring 2018 quarter working approximately 4-6 hours per week. This position offers the opportunity to work on a specific project in the museum. As RAFFMA moves to make its collection more accessible to students, faculty, and the public, high-quality images of works are required. The student assistant will work with the Education and Collection Assistant to supply photographs for all previously unphotographed collection objects.
This position requires the student to be innovative, hardworking, and able to work well with others. The ideal candidate will have a good eye for detail and take initiative in becoming acquainted with the museum and its collections.
The position requires the operation and management of the Parks Exhibition Center throughout the year. This includes installation and maintenance of all temporary and permanent works of art, and gallery equipment. Essential responsibilities are under the general direction of the Academy Visual Arts Department Chair and the Summer Program Director of the Adult Arts Center. The position calls for an individual with curatorial and preparatory abilities, excellent communication skills, along with independent judgment and initiative within the guidelines and needs of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation.
Open to local bands that are connected to the City of Ontario (resident, student, local business, employed in Ontario). Participants will compete for a promotional appearance at one of the 2018 Summer Concerts.
Up to 6 bands will be chosen to audition on April 7 at Ontario Town Square (224 N. Euclid Avenue). Up to 3 bands will be selected to perform as pre-entertainment at one of Ontario’s 2018 Summer Concerts.
Open to all ages. Band contact person must be 21 years or older. Groups must have at least 3 band members and a maximum of 6.
All band applicants will be required to submit an online application and submit a social media link for their audition demo.
Under supervision, assists in the development, operation and coordination of cultural and recreation programs and community center activities; assists in the organization and operation of special events; performs duties as required.
The Ontario Museum of History & Art has an excellent part-time opportunity for those interested in gaining hands-on experience in the Museum Field. The Museum is seeking a Collections Intern to assist with the processing and inventorying of the Museum's permanent collection.
The ideal candidate will have an interest in museums and/or history, knowledge of standard office computer skills, strong attention to details, ability to work independently and on detailed tasks. This position will assist the Curator of Collections with the organizing of the Museum's large artifact collection; the candidate should have strong organizational, multitasking and record-keeping skills. Knowledge of regional history and standard museum practices is a plus.
The Administrative Intern is a part-time and temporary position, scheduled to work no more than 20 hours per week, and is not eligible to participate in the City's health insurance or retirement plans.
The Prison Arts Collective is dedicated to collaborating to facilitate creative arts and writing in prisons. We are committed to supporting the development of self-expression, reflection, communication, and empathy. We believe in the capacity of art to expand make a difference in how we see and understand ourselves and the world around us. Successful candidates are provided with guidance and training, opportunities for growth, and a positive and inspired work environment.
This pivotal role is responsible for facilitating classes in our weekly programs in prisons. Teaching Artists work as a collaborative team, leading simultaneous classes once a week at assigned site. The teaching team enters and leaves the prison together. Some incarcerated participants teach with our team.
CSUSB seeks a Digital Media Coordinator (Videographer) who films, edits, and produces digital video and audio projects for CSUSB's Strategic Communication department. The Digital Media Coordinator (Videographer) will work to proactively promote CSUSB through the development of video in both news and marketing efforts utilizing all appropriate media channels. Projects include original video content to increase visibility and advance the mission of CSUSB. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Strategic Communication in the University Advancement Division, the Digital Media Coordinator will work collaboratively on all aspects of digital media creation from concept to production, post-production, editing and presentation of final video pieces.
Do you have museum or education program and fundraising experience? We're hiring a Public Engagement Coordinator at our Victor Valley Museum, in Apple Valley. This part-time contract position is responsible for developing, planning, and implementing public, fundraising, and educational programs at the Victor Valley Museum.
The Diamond Valley Arts Council (DVAC) is pleased to continue the tradition of bringing outstanding fiber art works by local and regional artists of our community through the third juried Fiber Arts Exhibition. Show dates are March 25 through April 28, 2018. Opening reception is Sunday, March 4th from 3 to 5 pm.
Every year, artists living and working in California have the opportunity to participate in a tradition of major art exhibition at the National Orange Show Fair that dates back decades. The National Orange Show Art Exhibition and its permanent collection represent the wide variety of styles found among California artists. California painting reflects artists’ interests, values, and outlooks. Art works can teach us, entertain us, and make us more aware of things we hardly notice in our daily existence.
The MexiCali Biennial is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting artwork proposals for the 2018/19 round of programming. Please consider submitting proposals for this upcoming dynamic set of exhibitions which will take place at venues across regions of California, both north and south of the border. We are accepting submissions in all media including, but not limited to, performance, film, 2D, 3D, installation and new genres. The curators are looking for solidly researched projects which display a strong understanding and focus on the rigor of the curatorial theme. The MexiCali Biennial is open to all artists living and/or working in the US state of California and Mexico. Special consideration will be made for works produced by artists outside of these areas if the curators deem the proposed projects display a strong understanding of the culture and political climate of the region.
The MexiCali Biennial will kick off the 2018/2019 program with a powerful weekend of performances at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) in Hollywood in the month of June. Additional programming will begin in October 2018 at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art in San Bernardino, CA. Exhibitions will also be held at the Steppling Gallery at SDSU IV campus in Calexico as well as locations on and around the border and venues in Mexicali and Tijuana. More information to come on future locations and projects.
In this fast moving kaleidoscope, more than a hundred characters try to make sense of what they know. Love and Information by Cary Churchill takes a close look at the Information Age and how stories told through data-inspired obsessions, facetime conversations and celebrity selfies, threaten to replace human contact. A series of short vignettes, Love and Information is a poignant and relevant reflection of today’s society and the ways in which we communicate in life and love.
Human emotion is a factor of life that is both critical to and capable of greatly hindering survival. Whilst cultural interpretations of what emotion is and why humans feel such great sentiments vary widely, there is an agreement that appears to exist within every society as of today: emotions are incredibly complex and capable of greatly influencing human activities and can help form the very basis of what one may consider being their morals.
We are looking for a local artist to provide easy to follow, step-by-step instruction to a class of about 10 - 15 people who move from blank canvas to work of art. It’s the new way for people to unwind, connect with others and have fun!If you’re an Artist or Party Host looking for a rewarding and profitable career and you have a talent for teaching groups and keeping it fun than we’d love to talk.
Passionate about working with and having an impact on kids? Have a love for art, science, technology, team-building or education that you can’t wait to share? Believe the world needs innovators? Ready to have a career-defining summer? Especially excited to share your experience with visual arts through our Fashion Design and Painting Studio majors?
Lead Instructors are the staff most well-placed to bring innovation to life at Galileo. We believe that our approach to learning isn’t merely a pedagogy—it is a tool that will help shape the worldview of future innovators. Lead Instructors interact with their curriculum—planning ahead, reflecting daily and viewing improvements as opportunities. Lead Instructors bring to life Galileo's curriculum, thoughtfully created by our year-round curriculum design team. They are our ultimate partner in consistently looking for new ways to bring the Galileo Innovation Approach to our campers. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery.
We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply.
The Design Program in the Department of Art at California State University, San Bernardino seeks to appoint an innovative and versatile design educator, with a focus on UX/UI, web and mobile platform design, and a commitment to the professional practice of graphic design for a tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor.
This is a full-time, tenure track instructor position in the School of Visual and Performing Arts. Under the direction of the Dean, the assignment for the full-service week will be to teach some or all of the following: Introduction to Graphic Design, Typography and Layout, Identity System Design, and History of Graphic Design, and to participate in any other professional responsibilities as identified under 18.2.3 of the faculty agreement.
This is a full-time, tenure-track Fashion Design instructor position. Under the direction of the Dean, the assignment for the full-service week will be to teach any and all Fashion Design courses offered by the department including (but not limited to) History of Fashion, Beginning Clothing Construction, Design Fundamentals for Fashion and Interiors, Pattern Drafting I, Fashion Illustration, Computer-Aided Design, Industrial Sewing, Apparel Production, Advanced Patternmaking, Computer-Aided Patternmaking, Design Collection, Introduction to the Fashion Industry, and to participate in any other professional responsibilities as identified under 18.2.3 of the faculty agreement. Although this assignment is initially at the Chino Campus, transfers to the Fontana or Rancho campuses may be possible per contract and need.