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Share job opportunities, workshops, grants & other funding opps, studio rentals and calls for entry by emailing us with your detailed information AND by giving a $15 payment to Los Angeles Art Resource. Your support to our organization is fully tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsorship from Pasadena Arts Council, a national 501c3 organization which lends its non-profit status to individual artists and smaller community based arts organizations such as ours.  Thanks!

Follow this link instruction on how to submit:

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4/17: CALLS FOR ENTRY

4/17: STUDIOS

4/17: JOBS

4/10 : FUNDING

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4/3: CALLS FOR ENTRY

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3/27: RESIDENCIES

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3/20: CALLS FOR ENTRY

3/20: RESIDENCIES

GYST + ARTX Spring 2015 Workshop (April 7 – May 26)

Click here for more information!

3/20: JOBS

3/20: FUNDING

Call for Entry: Eastside International- GONG SHOW

Eastside International (www.eastsideinternational.com) is hosting a GONG SHOW for the month of April.

Dates will be: April 4th, April 12th, April 19th and April 26th and we are looking for acts, stand-up, bizarre talents, experimental monologues, completely serious performance endeavors and anything that your heart can imagine for these dates.

This vaudeville-inspired, performance-based experiment pushes the boundaries of performance art, endurance work and critique settings by making judgement immediate and time and even more precious commodity.

The way the show will work is that performers will perform before an audience and before a panel of judges comprised of writers, curators, artists and minor celebrity personalities. They will be allowed to perform until either their act ends or the gong is struck by someone from the panel. After that time a grade will be given. At the end of the Gong Show trophies will be awarded to the winning and losing scores, which will be hand-made sculptures.

The last night will be a karaoke challenge as well as the trophy ceremony.

If you are interested in participating please fill out this form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HaoFSpJrkLIZzbC0xzA4GsVA4wY-XeVN38eTWc6WLrw/viewform

or contact Molly Jo Shea at molly@eastsideinternational.com for more info.

3/13: FUNDING

3/13: JOBS

3/6: CALLS FOR ENTRY

3/6: RESIDENCIES

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2/27: STUDIOS

  • $550, Shared Studio, Los Angeles – (Update: No longer available)

2/27: CALLS FOR ENTRY

2/27: FUNDING

2/27: JOBS

2/20: STUDIOS

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2/14: FUNDING

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Photography Studio Rental, Studio C, Santa Fe Art Colony, DTLA

Photography Studio Rental at Studio C

Located at the Santa Fe Art Colony in DTLA
Great light. Large White walls. 20ft.ceilings.
Great for shooting head shots, editorial and commercial.
Makeup, Hair and Wardrobe area.
Full kitchen.
Large bathroom for changing.
Off street parking.
Interesting areas to shoot outdoors, as well.
3 Price packages. $200 half day, $400 full day and $1,200 commercial
Professional hair, makeup and wardrobe can be provided at an additional rate.

For more information + photos of the space, please contact Peggy Nichols  at studiocla148@gmail.com

2015 Bradshaw Conference, March 28, 9am-7pm.

2015 Bradshaw Conference March 28, 2015 9am-7pm. The conference will feature cutting edge models and projects in the arts sector in Los Angeles, stimulating discussion on how Los Angeles arts and cultural organizations are innovating in the field, transforming theory into practice.

OPENING KEYNOTE

Steven Tepper, Dean, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State

University

CLOSING KEYNOTE: New Directors, New Directions

John Echeveste, La Plaza de Cultura y Artes

Philippe Vergne, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Christina Yu Yu, Director, USC Pacific Asia Museum

FEATURED PRESENTERS

Sasha Anawalt, Associate Professor and Director, USC Annenberg Master’s Program

in Arts Journalism

Gerlie Collado, CGU Arts Management ’14, Arts Program Associate, The James Irvine

Foundation

Kate Johnston, Designer, The Women’s Center for Creative Work

Amy Kitchener, Executive Director, Alliance for California Traditional Arts

Julia Meltzer, Filmmaker and Director of Clockshop, a non-profit arts organization

Rebecca Niederlander, Artist and Co-founder, Broodwork

Yuval Sharon, Artistic Director, The Industry

Alissa Walker, President/Co-founder, de Lab

Sarah Williams, Producer, The Women’s Center for Creative Work with more to be

announced

For any questions contact: Diana Luna- Diana.luna@cgu.edu

 

http://www.cgu.edu/bradshaw

 

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