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    CALL FOR ARTISTS: Go to www.LatinoLA.com for previous listings not included in this newsletter or contact me directly: sarte1mex@aol.com SOON TO EXPIRE: Bus
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 15, 2006
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      Go to www.LatinoLA.com for previous listings not included in this newsletter
      or contact me directly: sarte1mex@...


      Bus Shelters Seeking Artists: The City of Brea is seeking artists to create
      original paintings for the City's unique Art Shelters. The Art Shelters are
      actually bus stop shelters, specially designed to display two-dimensional art
      pieces throughout the City. Each Art Shelter holds two 3' x 5' acrylic paintings
      on panels, totaling in size to 3' x 10'. Artists will paint both 3' x 5'
      panels for a commission of $700. The Art Shelters are just another aspect of
      Brea's notable public arts program. For more information 714.990.7177 or
      diannam@... http://www.ci.brea.ca.us/article.cfm?id=81

      All entries must be submitted by February 16.

      Artists residing in Southern California are eligible. All entries must be
      original work.

      Art Commission
      A $700 art commission will be awarded to the selected artists when they
      complete & deliver the two 3' x 5' panels. The number of artists selected will be
      based on the availability of Art Shelters. The City of Brea will provide the
      art panels & the artist provides the supplies. All artwork becomes the property
      of the City of Brea when the artwork & the commission is completed &

      Photo Information
      Submit photos of paintings, in JPEG format on CDs, which best represent your
      style of work. Applicants will be judged on conceptual sketches in addition to
      past work. Please limit your submittal to six photos/images. Please mark each
      CD with the artist's name, title, medium, image size & year completed. CDs
      will be returned.

      Sketch Criteria
      Entries will be judged on the colored conceptual sketch & the photos of
      paintings that represent the artist's style of work. The jurors are looking for
      artists whose work could be described as powerful, strong & graphic in their
      approach to color & character. The themes or content should be easily viewed &
      engaging to people in automobile driving by the shelters. Artists must select the
      theme they find most appropriate for this audience.

      A colored conceptual sketch no larger than 11" x 14" is required for each
      entry. Please note the 3' x 5' horizontal art panels will be displayed side by
      side, separated in the middle. These panels provide a large 3' x 10' area which
      should depict one central theme or two complementary images.

      Jury Process
      The City of Brea's Art in Public Places Advisory Committee will jury all
      applications. The committee will select artists based on quality & originality as
      demonstrated by conceptual sketches & photos submitted. Entries missing the
      application form, photos, &/or colored conceptual sketch may be disqualified.
      Results of the jury process are scheduled to be mailed towards the end of

      Entry Procedure
      All entries must include:
      A completed application
      A CD with JPEG images representing the artists' work (6 images maximum)
      One colored conceptual sketch on paper no larger than 11" x 14"
      Resume (optional)

      Please submit entries to: Art Shelter Program, City of Brea, Community
      Services, 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, CA 92821

      Call for Entries: UNIONartspace announces: enigma…healing…revelation: An
      exhibition exploring where we are at & where we are going.

      Deadline: Entries must be received by February 18.
      Exhibition Dates: April 1 - May 6

      Eligibility: This exhibition is open to all artists working in all media

      This exhibition is curated by Co-Owner & Co-Director of UNIONartspace Andrew
      Lo Russo.

      Exhibition Statement: The world is in need, it has a great wound that our
      apathy keeps from healing. It is this enigmatic schism that every human being
      embodies & that many artists seek to heal through their work. This exhibition
      reveals the candid, naked & often vulnerable dialogue artists enter into with
      their work as they transform revelation into form.

      Submission Guidelines

      All entries must be received by February 18.
      CD-ROM, DVD, or e-mail submissions only. No slides accepted. Installation &
      performance artists may submit proposals in addition to documentation of
      previous work. Please indicate date, title, media, & dimensions for each work
      All submissions must include resume, artist statement & S.A.S.E.
      Maximum of 5 entries
      E-mail no larger than 4mb
      E-mail work to unionartspace@...
      Artists will be notified of acceptance by February 25, 2006
      All Artwork must be delivered by March 18, 2006

      Mailing Address: UNIONartspace, c/o Andrew Lo Russo, 212 E 3rd St, Santa
      Ana, CA 92701 www.unionartspace.com

      Call for submissions: Mujeres de Maiz Zine is back! We will be publishing a
      yearly Mujeres de Maiz Maga-ZINE in honor of Women's International Month of
      March, 2006. Let us publish your expressions in the form of art & poetry once

      Deadline for submissions: February 20
      Zine will go to final print March.

      General Guidelines for submissions: Each artist may submit one poem & a
      visual art piece to complement.

      In your email? Please include:
      1.Your name
      2.Title of submission, (visual art: year, media, dimensions)
      3. Two sentence autobiography- (no-run on sentences!?haha!)

      Guidelines for poetry & visual art submissions (attachments):

      A. Poetry (500 words max) Please save as a Microsoft word document: Save as
      Type: Rich Text Format

      B. Original artwork, photos, drawings, etc (color or black & white)must be
      scanned/ digitized: For best quality, files must be saved as: EPS or jpeg File
      format: RGB, 8 bit, 300dpi, resolution:1688 x 2588

      The Zine will be sold through http://www.tolteca4love.com/mujeresdemaiz.htm
      or you can pick up a copy at Antigua Cultural Coffee House in El Sereno in
      March 2006. All profits will go toward publishing. questions & submissions:
      Margaret Alarcon quica@... 323.221.5394

      San Francisco Arts Commission announces the Hayes Green/Octavia Boulevard
      Temporary Public Art Installations Program: San Francisco Bay Area artists are
      invited to develop proposals to place artwork in the Hayes Green or in a 4, 579
      sq. ft. vacant lot located on the east side of Octavia Boulevard across from
      the Hayes Green. A total of two projects will be commissioned for an
      approximate duration of six months each. The budget for each project shall not exceed

      Deadline: February 21


      The Phoenix Office of Arts & Culture Public Art Program is currently
      recruiting for two fulltime public art management positions: Public Art Project
      Manager: Salary Range: $44,408 - $66,290. Manages public art projects through the
      City of Phoenix Percent for Art Program; requires three years experience in
      public art, education or design & a bachelor's degree in studio or visual art,
      architecture, arts administration, planning or a related field. Senior Public Art
      Project Manager: Salary Range: $48,963 - $73,112. Manages complex, multi-year
      public art projects through the City of Phoenix Percent for Art Program.
      Supervises interns & trains Public Art Project Managers as needed. Requires three
      years experience in public art, education, or design & a bachelor's degree in
      studio or visual art, architecture, arts administration, planning or a related
      field. Other combinations of experience & education that meet the minimum
      qualifications may be substituted.

      Deadline: February 21

      Information: www.phoenix.gov/arts/calltoa.html

      Seeking an artist/artist team: The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission, in
      partnership with the City of Santa Fe Engineering Division, is seeking an
      artist/artist team to work as a member of the design team for the Acequia Trail
      Pedestrian Overpass. The selected artist/artist team will work with the engineering
      consultant to develop integral art for the overpass & related structures.
      Total compensation will be up to $50,000 inclusive for design services.

      Deadline: February 22

      Information or to request the RFP: 505.955.6707 degarcia@...

      RFQ R-006026: LA Unified School District announces an RFQ for artists for
      the Central LA Area New Learning Center at the Ambassador Hotel site: The LAUSD
      invites professional artists or artist teams from So Cal (LA, Orange,
      Ventura, Imperial County, SB, SD, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo or Kern
      Counties) to submit their qualifications for several art opportunities at the
      Central LA Area New Learning Center #1 being constructed at the site of the
      historic Ambassador Hotel. This innovative project will create a K-12 learning
      center on the 24-acre property currently occupied by the Ambassador Hotel,
      providing continuous educational experience for students from kindergarten
      through elementary, middle & high school.

      LAUSD is looking for artists who have had experience working in the public
      sector to create site-specific artworks that commemorate the social, political &
      general history of the Ambassador hotel within the broader context of LA from
      1921 to 1968.

      The deadline for submission is February 22, 3p

      VIP: View & download RFQ. Registration to LAUSD's Facility Contracts
      Services website (http://laschools.org/employee/fcs/rfqs-rfps ) is required. Further
      it insures that you receive all postings & any update materials related to
      this request. Please direct questions about accessing this RFQ to Corinne
      Weitzman corinneweitzman@... or 310.788.3884.

      Call for Entries for its Confessions exhibition at the Orange County Center
      for Contemporary Art (OCCCA). The exhibition is open to all artists in all
      media. The OCCCA is located in the heart of the Artists Village, 117 N. Sycamore
      (at Second Street), Santa Ana, CA 92701, 714.667.1517 occca@...

      Jurors' Statement: Confession is often a reference to wrongdoing or the
      concept of "sin," but in the broader context, confessions can be any revelation.
      We are looking for work that discloses or reveals something about the creator,
      or perhaps about the process of confessing. The "act" of confession allows one
      to examine something that has been hidden. We hide things because we feel
      ashamed or inadequate & this causes psychic blockage. By re-introducing them
      later in our lives we can re-examine experiences with maturity - hopefully to
      release them & the stress they cause.

      Jurors Nancy Harlan & Pamela Grau Twena invite artists to submit work that
      might not be able to be shown anywhere else. The jurors are hoping to see work
      that speaks to the personal, to the artist & the act of creating & revealing.
      OCCCA is devoted to the development & exploration of ideas in contemporary art
      in an atmosphere that promotes experimentation & risk-taking, without

      Download prospectus at http://www.occca.org or send a self-addressed, stamped
      envelope to OCCCA.

      Slide/Fee/Entry Deadline: February 22
      Artwork Delivery: Shipped work must arrive by March 24
      Hand Delivered: March 24 to 26 12 - 3p
      Exhibition: April 1 through 30
      Reception: April 1, 7 - 10p


      National Association of Latino Arts & Culture Announces Grants Opportunity:
      These grants, made possible with major support from the Ford Foundation,
      support Latino artists, ensembles & small & midsize Latino arts & cultural
      organizations in communities across the country. NALAC will make applications available
      for their next round of funding in March of 2006. Support from the NALAC Fund
      for the Arts will help build the capacity of Latino arts organizations,
      support the creation & presentation of works by Latino artists & ensembles &
      strengthen communities by investing in the creative &
      cultural assets of Latinos in the United States.

      Go to http://www.nalac.org/ & click on NALAC Fund for the Arts.

      Call to Artists: Last Saturday in East Village, February 25, 4 - 10p: Join
      them for Last Saturday, an exciting monthly, open-air artist expo in the East
      Village Arts District, Downtown Long Beach. The event transforms Linden Ave,
      between 1st & Broadway, into a walking promenade featuring open-air galleries &
      a main stage for music & performance art. Last Saturday engages visitors with
      a wide range of artistic styles, disciplines & media, including: painting,
      sculpture, drawing, photography, literature, music, dance, activism, clothing
      manufactured from recycled material & workshops. All art will be original &
      screened to be of a standard of quality that is both unique & creative… an
      exceptional experience for both artist & visitor. This month the 10' x 10' booth
      space will be $25! If you are interested in participating in Last Saturday,
      please visit our website to review our policies, guidelines & registration
      methods: www.eastvillageartsdistrict.com lastsat@... Artist
      "Approval to Show" is determined each month. Sincerely, Kristen Autry, Last
      Saturday, Co-chair LastSaturday.com You can contact me at sarte1mex@... for
      a copy of the pdf.

      Call for Female Artists: Reflection of Women: A Celebration of Women's
      History Month 2006: will be held at LaFia House located in the Downtown Brewery.
      Sponsored by Ire-Metta Foundation brig@... www.iremetta.org Ire-Metta
      Foundation is sponsoring an exhibition of art composed by female artist focused
      on the 2006 Women's History Month Theme: Women: Builders of Communities &
      Dreams www.iremetta.org/Binder3.pdf Iré - Metta Foundation Inc. a tax exempt 501C
      (3) organization establish to educate & promote awareness of indigenous
      cultures, values, principles & philosophy through written & oral literature,
      theater, music, visual art & a wide range of educational & social programs for
      children & adults. If interested, please contact Oshayi @ LaFia House 323.343.8724

      Call for Entries: Long Beach Arts, in its 82nd year, announces a Call for
      Entries for its CHAOS exhibition, April 8 - May 12: The exhibition is open to
      artists 18 & older working in most media, except film & video, performance,
      audio, crafts & jewelry. Long Beach Arts (LBA) is a non-profit, all-volunteer art
      organization, established in 1924 as an ongoing collaborative venture to
      encourage & promote both the emerging & professional artist.

      Slide Entries must be received by February 25.

      Entry Procedure

      To maintain a consistent jurying process, all judging will be by 35mm 2" x 2"
      slides. Slides of accepted artwork will be held during the exhibition as
      documentation & for publicity & may not be returned. Other slides will be
      returned only if a SASE is provided. Unfortunately we are not set up to accept
      images on CDs or through email.


      Entry fees are $15 per entry. No limit to the number of entries. Please
      make checks or money orders out to Long Beach Arts. Entry fees are

      Accepted Entries

      All work accepted into the exhibition must be ready for display. Pieces to be
      hung must have proper wire support corresponding to the weight of the piece.
      Work must be dry & in stable condition. All art must be in good exhibition
      condition & contain no damage. Artwork cannot be removed until the end of the
      exhibition, including pieces that are sold during the course of the exhibition.
      Work will be considered for sale at the price listed on your entry form.
      (Art that is Not For Sale should be listed as NFS.) Long Beach Arts will retain
      30% of the listed price of sold art.

      See the Web Site http://www.long-beach-arts.org for more Entry Rules & the
      best techniques to participate.


      Darlene D. DeAngelo originates from New York City, where she was the
      assistant director of the Mezzanine Gallery at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for nine
      years. Relocating to California in 1985, she was the co-owner of a private
      gallery before becoming the Executive Director of the DA Center of the Arts in
      Pomona, a multi-disciplinary arts center. During her ten years with DA she
      developed the following programs: Poetry Night, Gallery & Exhibition program,
      independent film festival (Smogdance, Artlink), an in-school after-school fine
      arts program benefiting 525 youth annually & the Fringe of the Fringe Arts
      Festival, a month long biennial festival celebrating all of the arts simultaneously
      with over 150 events.

      Presently the Curator of Exhibitions/Programs at the Huntington Beach Art
      Center she has developed a cutting edge contemporary exhibition schedule,
      artist's lectures, art tours, numerous classes/workshops & site-specific temporary
      public art installations. Her exhibitions include a survey of works from
      Vietnam, a traveling exhibition featuring Los Angeles artist Roland Reiss, Orange
      county artist Paul Darrow & a recent exhibition featuring art collectives from
      the United States.

      PROSPECTUSES are available via four methods:

      1) Online at http://www.long-beach-arts.org
      2) By sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Long Beach Arts, PO
      Box 948, Long Beach CA 90801
      3) Stop by the gallery to pick up a prospectus during open hours (Noon to 4
      p.m., Wednesdays through Sundays). Physical address is 245 West Broadway (at
      Pacific Ave.), Suite 260, Long Beach (562) 435-5995
      4) Email Larry Newton at sslarry@....


      Slide/Fee/Entry Deadline: February 25
      Artwork Delivery: April 1 & 2, Noon - 4p
      Exhibition Opens: April 8
      Reception & Awards: April 16, 2 - 4p
      Exhibition Closes: May 12
      Artwork Pick-up: May 13 & 14, Noon - 4p

      Open Call for Digital Art & Photography: LA Center For Digital Art Top 40
      Juried Show: Enter our Top 40 juried competition for digital art & photography.

      Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of 2D artwork &
      photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation
      of the images are acceptable. Open to all geographical locations. Forty (!)
      selected winners receive one print up to 24x36 on museum quality paper to be
      shown in an international group exhibition in our gallery from March 9 - April
      1. The show will be widely promoted & will include a reception for the artists.

      Entry fee is $30.

      Direct link for registration: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=3863

      Complete information & prospectus: http://lacda.com/juried/juriedshow.html

      LA Center For Digital Art, 107 W Fifth St, LA, CA 90013 http://www.lacda.com

      Deadline for entries: February 26.

      Winners: Winners will be announced February 28.
      All entrants will be notified by email. No phone calls, please.
      Show Dates for winners: March 9 - April 1.

      Winners will be asked to FTP, overnight or express post high resolution files
      to the gallery for printing.

      Juror: Rex Bruce: Director & curator, LA Center For Digital Art.

      Submission Rules:
      Registration & submission are done through our web site only. File uploads
      are the only accepted submissions maximum of 2MB each. Please do not send
      materials to LACDA. All materials sent to LACDA will not be viewed & cannot be
      returned. Images must be under two megabites in size. Winners will be asked to
      provide high resolution images for final output. Entrants may be asked to provide
      more examples of their work & more detailed descriptions for consideration.

      Sales of Artwork:
      All artwork will be offered for sale. Gallery retains 50% of all sales.
      Winners retain ownership of all unsold works. All artwork remains the intellectual
      property of the winner. Winner agrees to allow use of their images for
      promotional purposes only.

      Call for Artists-RFQ: The Town of Cary is issuing a Call for Artists-RFQ for
      the application of public art on a pedestrian greenway bridge which will span
      US 1/64, a major divided, limited access highway. The bridge will link with
      two parks & more importantly, will provide the only north-south connection with
      Cary's proposed extensive greenway system. This Call is open to artists living
      in North American. Budget: Up to $165,000

      Deadline: February 27

      Information: www.townofcary.org/businessopp/overview.htm Denise Dickens
      919.465.4791 denise.dickens@...

      DejaDesign Gallery OFF THE WALL/2 show set: free canvasses & exposure: Dear
      Artists, some of you participated in, read about or came to the first billboard
      art show sponsored by DejaDesign last year entitled OFF THE WALL. The show
      got a large write-up in the weekend section of the LA Times (April 21, `05)
      over four hundred people attended & ultimately $8000.00 worth of recycled
      billboard art pieces were sold. I am now in the process of creating OFF THE WALL/2,
      opening on earth day (April 22nd). To go back a bit, I make functional art
      pieces from recovered elements & Dejadesign specializes in what I call
      "eco-logical" art. The visual element of this is recycled billboard vinyl. Typically
      billboards are thrown into landfills by the ton weekly. To combat this
      insanity I developed a stretcher system for the material. The panels are generally
      4x4 feet &, in modules of 4x8' can become rather large murals. I offer the
      canvasses & exposure to artists for free (below is a picture of the gallery).
      Any work on the wall has a set purchase price, decided by artist & DD in advance
      (several have sold "off the wall".) Thanks success last year I'm now getting
      vinyl from the billboard companies directly. Beyond that my hope by show
      time is to have sponsorship for juried awards. While in the first show most
      artists painted on the blank back white side a major part of the focus of OTW/2
      will be working with the vestige of the original billboard imagery-in a sense
      not accepting the art or commerce question but art from commerce answer. Though
      OTW/2 will have many interior pieces, the show also seeks to turn the
      billboard material & staid gallery world literally "inside out" so a high emphasis (&
      juried awards) will focus on the exterior element. If the above sounds
      interesting to you please send some jpegs or direct me to your web sites.
      Canvasses will begin to be available by next week & all works must be received back by
      April 1. Thanks, Peter Schulberg, DejaDesign Gallery

      PS: for an overview of DD you can go to dejadesigngallery.com but please do
      not use that for email.


      Request for Qualifications: The City of Oakland, California, Cultural Arts &
      Marketing Division is proud to announce the release of the Request for
      Qualifications for the Measure DD Public Art: 66th Avenue Gateway Project: Artists
      nationwide are invited to submit their qualifications for the opportunity to
      create a major public art project for the 66th Avenue Gateway bay front
      observation platform on the Oakland California Estuary. The 66th Avenue project site is
      an important gateway to Oakland's waterfront, making a key connection between
      nearby neighborhoods & waterfront marshlands. Public artwork will be
      integrated into the planned bayfront observation platform in collaboration with the
      project landscape architects. The budget is $210,000.

      Applications must be received by March 29.

      A full Request for Qualifications can be downloaded at:

      66th Avenue Gateway Project Overview: With funds authorized through the
      voter-approved Measure DD Oakland Trust for Clean Water & Safe Parks, the City of
      Oakland is constructing a Gateway Corridor from the 66th Avenue overpass to
      Oakport Street, located west of the Interstate 880 freeway, at the western
      terminus of Zhone Way, adjacent to Damon Slough in Oakland. It will terminate in a
      bayfront observation platform extending west of Oakport Street, beside an
      existing portion of the San Francisco Bay Trail. The Gateway Corridor is defined
      by the City as an Estuary Waterfront Access & Cleanup Project whose primary
      objectives are "to serve as a visible & convenient entrance from I-880 into the
      shoreline parks" & to allow users to interact with marshland edge conditions.
      General objectives for this category of project are the creation & enhancement
      of linear park & trails, surface waters, native plant restoration, shoreline
      access, waterfront park enhancement & public access. The bayfront observation
      platform will include a central space measuring approximately 100 by 60 feet,
      an ideal site for a public artwork that engages the waterfront, marsh & Bay
      Trail. The selected artist(s) will collaborate with the project landscape
      architect, The Planning Collaborative (Oakland, CA), in locating the artwork within
      the central platform.

      For more information on the project, contact Christin Hablewitz, Measure DD
      Public Art Project Manager at chablewitz@... or (510) 238-2105 fax
      510238.6341.City of Oakland Cultural Arts Department
      For more information about the Public Art Program, contact: Kristen Zaremba,
      Acting Assistant Public Art Coordinator Cultural Arts & Marketing Department,
      City of Oakland, 1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, 9th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612 phone
      510.238.2155 fax 510.238.6341kzaremba@....

      Accepting Submissions: Environmentally / Ecologically minded Artists who
      would love to exhibit their Recycled Material: Exterior Art pieces, Sculptures &
      performance artists & / or ecological solutions to alternative energy &
      innovative environmental demonstrations. The Topanga Earthday Organizing Committee is
      organizing its 7th annual Earthday Celebration April 23rd.
      www.topangaearthday.org Amazing Music, Food, Ecological Merchants, Ecological / Alternative
      demonstrations & information booths. For more details contact:

      Call to Artists: Hermosa Beach Art Walk: The Hermosa Beach Art Walk is now
      accepting applications for three dates this summer. The Third Annual Art Walk
      will be held on Thursdays, May 11, June 8 & July 13. The hours are 5 pm to 9 pm
      & the cost is only $50 per show plus a one-time $5 application fee. This is
      not a typical "street fair." It is a juried show & only fine art produced by
      the applicant artist will be considered. We're not necessarily looking for
      cutting edge art, but quality is a must. The spaces are on the sidewalk along about
      a three-block section of upper Pier Avenue, which is a "burgeoning" retail
      district. Ten feet wide by approximately two-&-a-half feet deep, each space has
      its own flavor as they are all nestled together in front of the existing store
      fronts. These establishments include a few art galleries & several
      restaurants that all participate by having wine receptions or "Art Walk Special" menu
      selections. Long known for encouraging intellectual & artistic expression (The
      Lighthouse, The Insomniac, Warren Miller Films) Hermosa Beach has already
      embraced this relatively new event as one of the city's cultural traditions.

      For more information & a downloadable entry form, go to www.hbartwalk.com.
      For more detailed information, feel free to call me. Peace, Dave Buckland,
      Organizational Chair, Hermosa Beach Art Walk, 310.318.9008 dave@...

      Seeks New Instructors: Pico Rivera Centre for the Arts seeks new instructors
      for summer session 2006: The Pico Rivera Centre for the Arts is currently
      seeking Instructors for the upcoming Winter Season of classes. They are looking
      for instructors to teach children's classes in painting, drawing, ceramics,
      etc. Interested individuals, please contact the Centre for the Arts at
      562.801.4300. The Pico Rivera Centre for the Arts is located at 9200 Mines Ave, Pico

      Sculpture Competition: The Fields Project & inBronze Foundry are sponsoring a
      sculpture competition open to all professional artists who participate in the
      one-day Fields Project Fine Arts Festival held on June 25 at Mix Park in
      Oregon, IL. Sculpture competition maquettes are due in September for jurying with
      a preference given to entry that best incorporates the theme of art &
      agriculture. Chosen artist will receive a $2,000 cash award & a free mould of the
      enlarged finished sculpture.

      Deadline: April 30

      Information: Jeff Adams at 815-734-7578 or www.ArtontheRock.com

      2007 Project Grant Applications (Neighborhood Project & Community Project
      Grants): Arts Council for Long Beach: Eligible disciplines include: Visual Arts,
      Performing Arts, Music, Literary Arts, Media Arts, Traditional or Folk Arts,
      Multi-Disciplinary or Interdisciplinary Arts.

      Application Deadline: May 17, 4p.

      Applications (pdf only) available on the Arts Council for Long Beach website,

      To receive an application in Microsoft Word format, send an email request to

      Note: All new applicants are required to attend the free spring Grants
      Workshop or an individual consultation with the Arts Council of Long Beach's
      director of grants.

      The spring workshop will take place on April 19, 10 - 11a, location TBD.
      Reservations are required & space is limited so you must RSVP by April 14. To
      make a reservation for the workshop or to make an appointment for an individual
      consultation, call 562.432.5100 x237.

      Note: There are changes since the 2006 application. Please read the
      guidelines & application forms carefully & contact the Arts Council if you have any

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    • Renee Dominique
      CALL FOR ARTISTS SUBMISSIONS The Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council is asking for artists to submit proposals for mini murals to adorn the LA DOT  signal boxes
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 2, 2014
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        The Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council is asking for artists to submit proposals for mini murals to adorn the LA DOT  signal boxes along Colorado and Eagle Rock Boulevards.   This is an amazing opportunity to have your work become part of an installation to enhance the walking boulevards of Eagle Rock.

        You may submit as many proposals as you like. All submissions will have identifying information removed and be voted upon anonymously by the ERNC Public Arts Committee. 
         The 17 winning proposals will then become a permanent part of the eclectic Eagle Rock art scene.
        To submit, please email christina.hulen@ eaglerockcouncil.org with LA DOT Art in the subject heading. 
        You will be sent a packet of information that includes the specs for the boxes.   Deadline for submissions is July 28.  

        Please direct any questions to Christina Hullen.   

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        Renee Dominique

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