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Local artists and events in the 626/ San Gabriel Valley and sometimes surrounding areas... for those of us who don't live in "L.A." L.A.
This blog was started by Sylvia Lopez, an artist and native of the 626.
Paid Internships at the Japanese American National Museum →

Right now until May 2nd, the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo is accepting applications for internships in Exhibitions, Media Arts, and Production. For those looking to work in the arts, museum internships are very valuable experiences, and how often is an internship paid?! Follow the link and apply now!

— 6 days ago with 2 notes
#opportunities  #internships  #janm  #los angeles  #museums 
This Tuesday, March 11th, the Nuvein Foundation for the Literature and the Arts will present a proposal and their vision for Historic Old Town La Puente to the City Council.  Come and get informed about a possible future for La Puente and it’s thriving arts culture!

Also, this Saturday, March 15th will be the quarterly La Puente Artwalk!

This Tuesday, March 11th, the Nuvein Foundation for the Literature and the Arts will present a proposal and their vision for Historic Old Town La Puente to the City Council. Come and get informed about a possible future for La Puente and it’s thriving arts culture!

Also, this Saturday, March 15th will be the quarterly La Puente Artwalk!

— 1 month ago
#sgv  #San Gabriel Valley  #la puente  #la puente artwalk  #626 arts  #nuvein foundation for arts and literature 
Galley Nucleus looking for registrar intern    →

Looks like a great opportunity for those looking for some experience in the gallery art world… more details at the link.

— 1 month ago
#alhambra  #sgv  #san gabriel valley  #626  #art galleries  #pop art  #internships  #opportunities  #los angeles 
Metro Art Workshops →

From the LA Metro website: “Metro’s award winning public art program, Metro Art will be hosting a series of free workshops to inform artists about a wide variety of upcoming opportunities and how to apply for them. The informational workshops are for artists only and will be held in February and March at locations throughout LA County; each workshop will cover the same information. Reservations are required as space is limited at some locations; please click on the links below to reserve your seat.”

Sounds like a great chance for artists to learn more about the types of things they can do in Los Angeles with their talents! Follow the link for upcoming workshop dates and to RSVP.

— 2 months ago
#opportunities  #workshops  #artists  #626  #sgv  #san gabriel valley  #los angeles  #art  #arts opportunities  #metro  #la county 
museumoflatinamericanart:

MOLAA seeks submissions by artists for a virtual display honoring Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in conjunction with the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Images must pay homage to Frida Kahlo, her life or her body of work. Direct reproductions of her paintings will be disqualified.
Artists chosen to participate in the juried display will have their works digitally projected during MOLAA’s Annual Women’s Day Festival which takes place on Sunday, March 16, 2014. To submit up to three entries for consideration, review and submit the information provided here, along with digital reproductions of your work, as outlined by the registration form. Questions can be sent to education@molaa.org.
Deadline to enter: Sunday, February 16, 2014. Selected artists will be notified the week of February 28, 2014.
(Image Credit: Frida Kahlo with the doctor Juan Farill, by Gisèle Freund, 1951 ©Frida Kahlo Museum)

museumoflatinamericanart:

MOLAA seeks submissions by artists for a virtual display honoring Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in conjunction with the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Images must pay homage to Frida Kahlo, her life or her body of work. Direct reproductions of her paintings will be disqualified.

Artists chosen to participate in the juried display will have their works digitally projected during MOLAA’s Annual Women’s Day Festival which takes place on Sunday, March 16, 2014. To submit up to three entries for consideration, review and submit the information provided here, along with digital reproductions of your work, as outlined by the registration form. Questions can be sent to education@molaa.org.

Deadline to enter: Sunday, February 16, 2014. Selected artists will be notified the week of February 28, 2014.

(Image Credit: Frida Kahlo with the doctor Juan Farill, by Gisèle Freund, 1951 ©Frida Kahlo Museum)

— 3 months ago with 149 notes

Happy New Year 626 Artists!

I hope that everyone has a great year ahead of them full of new growth and opportunities. Remember to continue supporting the arts and your local artists in 2014!  I will be back with more updates and links in the coming days.  Cheers :)

-Sylvia

— 3 months ago
SFMOMA Marketing and Communications Internship, Fall 2013 →

sfmoma:

Are you passionate about art and looking to gain experience in museum communications? Our M+C dep’t is seeking a great intern to help out with SFMOMA’s marketing, PR, and social medial! Apply by 10/15→

— 6 months ago with 24 notes
"Spooky Little Nacos" by Myriam Gurba →

A write up about the SEMAP and Art Movement event celebrating Morrissey, which went down in El Monte recently.

— 6 months ago
#semap  #el monte  #morrissey  #south el monte arts posse  #events  #626  #sgv  #la 
fuckyeahftmsofcolor:

SIGNAL BOOST PLS.
We’re a submission-based and Social Justice-minded zine from Grand Rapids, MI. We’re looking for new submissions of artwork/words/etc. that embody, “What Feminism Means to You?” 
Submissions that incorporate Intersectional Feminism are encouraged, if not necessary. Note: We will not accept any submissions that are racist, cissexist, classist, sizeist, transphobic, or ableist. 
Send your works to: thebanditzine@gmail.com. Pls include your title(s), your preferred name/pseudonym, trigger warnings, and the attached file(s). 
Submissions due by: October 15th. Happy writings! 
Stay radical and classy! -thebanditzine.com

fuckyeahftmsofcolor:

SIGNAL BOOST PLS.

We’re a submission-based and Social Justice-minded zine from Grand Rapids, MI. We’re looking for new submissions of artwork/words/etc. that embody, “What Feminism Means to You?” 

Submissions that incorporate Intersectional Feminism are encouraged, if not necessary. Note: We will not accept any submissions that are racist, cissexist, classist, sizeist, transphobic, or ableist. 

Send your works to: thebanditzine@gmail.com. Pls include your title(s), your preferred name/pseudonym, trigger warnings, and the attached file(s). 

Submissions due by: October 15th. Happy writings! 

Stay radical and classy! -thebanditzine.com

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— 6 months ago with 291 notes
LACMA is looking for a full-time Social Media Manager →

lacma:

Must love art, tumbling, instagramming, tweeting, facebooking, etc.

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— 7 months ago with 139 notes
#opportunities