The Arts Area @ Ontario Art Walk
Curious Magazine Issue No.2 "Revenge"
The Arts Area invites artists of all mediums to participate in a quarterly indoor pop-up gallery during the Ontario Art Walk in downtown Ontario, CA.
The next Ontario Art Walk is Saturday, February 16, 2019, 6:00-9:00 PM.
The event is hosted by THE ARTS AREA @ CASA Pitzer at 200 S. Euclid Ave., Suite B, Ontario, CA.
Life Drawing Class Models
Looking for an opportunity to showcase your artwork or writing abilities? Curious Magazine is now accepting submissions to Issue No.2 "Revenge". All mediums are welcome to submit.
Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa is seeking models for their life drawing classes.
All body types wanted.
Please contact Jackie Bell Johnson for more information at JBell@sbccd.cc.ca.us
The Arts Area @ Ontario Festival of the Arts
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.
THE ARTS AREA @ CASA Pitzer
The Arts Area is sponsoring booths at the Ontario Festival of the Arts for our members!
The Ontario Festival of the Arts brings visual and performing artists together with an audience to demonstrate that art is accessible and brings value to everyday life. For visual artists, the Festival will create a market place for functional, decorative and visual artists to display and sell their work. The Festival will be extensively advertised to attract a suitable audience.
The event will be held on the east end of the Ontario Arts District (200 block of South Lemon Avenue in Ontario. Surrounding the campuses of the Ontario Museum of History & Art and Chaffey Community Museum of Art) on Saturday, September 15, 2018, 11 AM to 6 PM.
Managing Director, Annenberg Theater
The Arts Area is curating a series of exhibitions and artist talks exploring themes of social justice, personal identity, and equity within our local Inland Empire communities. Members of The Arts Area are invited to submit proposals with their artwork on these themes.
Read more for exhibition proposal guidelines.
Assistant Registrar/TMS Database Administrator
Opened in 1976, the Annenberg Theater is a multi-use proscenium stage 430-seat theater on the ground level of Palm Springs Art Museum’s Museum Drive facility. The Managing Director oversees all aspects of the Annenberg Theater and its staff. The Theater’s production staff provides production functions for the Theater as well as audio/visual services for all locations at the Museum. The Admissions/Box Office operations cover main museum Drive and Architecture and Design Center admissions desks and theater ticketing; they share the same software and staff. The Theater is used for in-house lectures, films, symposiums and meetings. It is the home for the Annenberg Theater Council’s Opening Night, Broadway’s Best…In The West! and Cabaret 88 series. The Theater serves as the host or co-host for the Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Palm Springs Modernism Week, and Palm Springs Photo Fest. In addition, the Theater is rented out to traveling and community productions of plays, musicals, music and dance performances, awards ceremonies, galas and a select number of fundraising events. The Museum has begun programming its own offerings in music and film events, and expects to grow its own performing arts program in the coming years. In overseeing these activities, the Managing Director, will handle scheduling, booking, contracting, staffing for all users of the Theater, including fee negotiations, box office set-up, and close-out. In addition, the Managing Director will develop departmental budgets and participate in strategic planning for the Theater and the Museum as a whole. The staff is comprised of full-time, part-time, seasonal, on-call and contract employees, independent contractors, and volunteers.
Piano (Classical) Teacher
Palm Springs Art Museum is seeking an experienced registrar to assist with the management, storage, and preservation of the Museum’s permanent, special and reserve collections. Manages the accessioning of collections, including overseeing the approval process, handling documentation, inputting object records in TMS (The Museum System) and securing photographic images and non-exclusive copyright, numbering artworks, assigning storage spaces, and preparing documentation. Responsible for the administration of the collections management database and digital image assets. Acts as project manager for in-house exhibitions and assists with rights and reproduction requests.
San Bernardino County December 2nd Memorial
Piano (Classical) teacher needed for two child students in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Instructor, Film Studies / Cinema
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 - Art in Public Places
A rapid growing art academy in Chino, CA is looking for an enthusiastic art teacher/tutor for fundamental art classes. Looking for someone who comes from a professional art background with 1-2 years of teaching experience. Must be able to interact and LOVE to work with kids under 10 years old. Need to bring art portfolio upon interview. Bilingual in Chinese and English is a plus.
San Bernardino Art Association - Open Art Exhibit
“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.
Private Paint Instructor
Exhibition open to all artists residing in California.
Open Category Awards: 1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200 Honorable Mentions: 2 at $50 each
Accompanist/Music Program Technician
Paint with soul is a mobile Art studio (focusing on the inland empire area) who teaches its patrons to create 16"x20" acrylic paintings in the comfort of their own homes and local bars and restaurants allowing them to socialize with close friends and relatives while learning to paint. Paint with soul offers a variety of urban inspired paintings to appeal the mixing pot of ethnicity in the inland empire.
Random Acts of Content: A Collaborative Project of Object Narratives
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.
Scripps College Sustainability Faire
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.
Multicultural Undergraduate Summer Internship
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.