MILKEN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL is looking for a full-time Design teacher with architectural design experience, beginning Fall 2016.
Monday, August 15, 2016 (All day)
If interested, please email Debra Sokolow, Director Architecture + Design Institute
Friday, September 12, 2014 (All day)
Art League Defending Israel
Saturday, May 31, 2014 (All day)
Washington DC JCC Request for Artist's Proposals
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ARTISTIC TREATMENT • Proposals Due: June 30, 2014
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington is relocating to new headquarters space at 6101 Executive Boulevard, North Bethesda, MD by September 1, 2014. This will be Federation’s first move in over 25 years, and represents a fresh and valuable opportunity to energize and connect with all segments of the Jewish community and the wider community of which it is a part.
With this move, we hope to convey that Federation is a place that truly belongs to all Jews – young and old, long-time supporters and the newly involved, people who connect in traditional and non-traditional ways. The move corresponds with the launch of a new Federation messaging campaign, “Make It Yours,” which will encourage the entire community to connect with the Federation and community in personally meaningful ways.
The Federation is seeking artist proposals to create an iconic and welcoming work of art on the three-story, north wall of the entrance foyer of the building (dimensions 20' wide and 32' high). The commissioned piece will be the focal point of the entrance lobby, a work of art that creates an emotional response with each visit, a “wow,” a feeling that “this is my Federation and my community.”
Monday, March 17, 2014 (All day)
CALL FOR PAPERS - Your Personal Exodus?
Call for Papers
What does a personal exodus mean to you?
The dictionary defines exodus it in this way:
Exodus: ex·o·dus, [ek-suh-duhs]
1. the act or an instance of going out; a departure or emigration, usually of a large number of people: the summer exodus to the country and shore.
departure, evacuation, exit, flight, going out, leaving, migration, retirement, retreat, withdrawal
I am looking for papers about ones' personal exodus, be it the time you moved out of your parents' house, or perhaps when you made a departure from your current artistic process. It does not have to be the time you left your war-torn country and came to America, but that works too.
This is for my art installation in 2015, which may show more than once, so I am sorry that I will not be able to return your submissions, but I promise to take very good care of them as they will be displayed in the exhibition(s). Please write, draw, collage, type, photograph, or any medium you see fit, on one side of an 8.5 x 11 inch (or smaller) piece of paper, and mail them to:
P.O. Box 32114
Los Angeles, CA 90032
You can make more than one if you want, too.
Thank you very much in advance! Photos of the installation will eventually be displayed on ExodusJosuaTree.com
Sunday, December 1, 2013 (All day)
Apply Now for Asylum Arts: International Jewish Artist Retreat
A N I N V I T A T I O N F R O M A S Y L U M A R T S
We’re excited to announce the second annual Asylum Arts: International Jewish Artist Retreat, a Schusterman Connection Point! We will be bringing together 65 multi-disciplinary emerging Jewish artists from around the world, at the idyllic Garrison Institute, from March 23-26, 2014. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from industry professionals, working artists, and from each other. Master classes and seminars will be led by professionals from leading arts organizations, empowering emerging artists with the professional skills necessary for a more successful long-term career in the arts. Participants will explore Jewish themes and ideas, and have the opportunity to share and discuss their own work. We hope that by bringing together a global community of emerging Jewish artists, new art and relationships will be fostered that cross national boundaries and artistic mediums.
This year, we're pleased to offer grants to participants for ideas sparked during the retreat!
Click here for a video preview of what to expect this year.
Who we're looking for: We’re looking for professional artists who are actively working in their artistic discipline, with at least two years of professional experience creating and disseminating their art. In order to best fit the developmental nature of this retreat, we are looking for artists in the early-mid stages of their careers, ages 22 to 39, and they need to have demonstrated a significant commitment to their artistic discipline. Lastly, we are looking for art-creators, rather than interpreters of the work of others.
We’re invested in bring together an international group of artists, and so travel stipends are available to get to NYC!
Applications are now open! We will be accepting applications until 11:59 pm EST on Wednesday, December 11th. Apply yourself, or spread the word to artists you think would be a good fit.
Hope to see you there! – The Asylum Team
Sunday, November 17, 2013 (All day)
Culture Lab is now accepting nominations of artists from all disciplines
Culture Lab is now accepting nominations of artists from all disciplines. Nominate someone today!
Drawing from Los Angeles' rich and diverse artist population, Culture Lab unites five artists (nominated by their peers) from different disciplines to collaborate on the creation of new work inspired by a Jewish theme.
Artists are provided a stunning studio space in Downtown Los Angeles, a working stipend and resources to create their dynamic new piece. Based on the backgrounds and interests of the artists, the SIJCC will connect the Lab with Jewish scholars and experts in collaborative process to enrich their creative experience.
Each four-month long Lab will conclude with a high profile public showing of the work, presented by the SIJCC, engaging the Los Angeles Jewish and arts communities.
The first Lab is currently in progress; check out more information about the artists involved here, and catch a glimpse of what they're working on over at our Pinterest page.
Culture Lab is made possible through a Cutting Edge Grant from The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles.
Sunday, November 3, 2013 (All day)
Employment Opportunity at the Workman's Circle
The Workmen's Circle is looking for a Social Media savvy person to update our website, send out the eBriv, do listings on our Facebook page, and whatever else new technology has to offer.
Hourly wage is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Resumes can be emailed to email@example.com
The Workmen's Circle | 1525 S. Robertson Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90035 | 310.552.2007
Saturday, October 12, 2013 (All day)
Los Angeles County Civic Arts Program
Wednesday, July 10, 2013 (All day)
Judaic Visual Arts On-Line Mentoring Program For Students Grades 7-12
The Guild is introducing a one-of-a-kind mentoring program: AGJA artists volunteer to mentor student artists in a unique on-line venue. The mentor program is a direct approach to reaching young people who express a sincere interest in learning how to create Jewish art. Guild artists experience the rare opportunity to mentor, guide and inspire a young person in the complex world of Judaic art, all done on-line. As a Judaic arts organization, the Guild will use its numerous resources to facilitate the development and growth of the mentoring program; reaching out to the Jewish community with the purpose of teaching children about the beauty and complexity of creating of Judaic art.
I am respectfully requesting your assistance in helping spread the word about this Jewish arts program. Pleae contact Juley Braley, Administrator, AGJA at firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com (404) 981-2308. t
The Judaic Visual Arts On-Line Mentoring Program For Students Grades 7-12 is funded by the American Guild of Judaic Art: jewishart.org
Friday, January 18, 2013 22:00
JAI JOB POST: Associate Director, Artis, Los Angeles (part-time)
J A I J O B P O S T :
Position Available: Associate Director, Artis, Los Angeles (part-time)
Applications accepted through February 10, 2013