Learn from local artists and guest panelists
Camille Utterback, Favianna Rodriguez, and Eduardo Pineda as they
discuss how to support yourself as an artist. This event is
co-sponsored by Pro Arts.
Friday, February 15, 2013, 11am | FREE
Coffee with the Director
Drop-in to meet and share ideas with
Margo Dunlap, Executive Director, at Cafe Teatro (300 Frank H Ogawa
Plaza, Oakland, across breezeway from Pro Arts). All welcome!
Saturday, March 2, 2013, 11am | FREE
Come to Pro Arts and network with other artists, and share questions, personal stories, advice and tips. Caffeine provided.
Saturday, March 2, 2013, 1pm-4pm
Relax with Tax Workshop
Discounted Tickets for Members (Contact Pro Arts for the coupon code!) Presented by Tom Andres, California Lawyers for the Arts, this workshop covers the essentials of income tax for artists.
include record keeping, form 1040, Schedule C, and self-employment
schedule, deductions, hobby losses, home offices and more.
Richmond Art Center: Innovations in Contemporary Crafts
Entry Deadline: Sunday, February 17, 2013
Entry is now open for 'Innovations in Contemporary Crafts,' a juried
exhibition exploring traditional craft mediums of ceramics, wood, glass,
metal, fiber, enamel, paper and jewelry.
WritersCorps Poetry Projection Project Call for Entries Entry Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2013
The San Francisco Arts Commission WritersCorps calls on filmmakers and
video artists of all ages to create work based on youth writing for the
3rd annual Poetry Projection Project.
TheARTSFUND Grants Program supports all types ofarts programming such as dance,
literature, mediaarts, music, theater, visualarts, and multidisciplinaryartsprograms presented in Alameda County by Alameda
County nonprofit organizations. Standard grant awards are $1,000 each.
Creative Work Fund: Grants for Traditional and Visual Artists
Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2013
Creative Work Fund (CWF) invites artists and nonprofit organizations to
apply for grants for collaborative projects featuring traditional or
visual artists. Up to $650,000 will be available for grants that may
range in size from $10,000 to $40,000.
Images: Pro Arts' interns at the SF Fine Art Fair and assisting with gallery installation
be pro arts Amy Spencer Program Coordinator / Curator
In the gallery:
TRANSPORT: Members' Exhibition Featured artwork: Barbara Maricle,
Supporting the arts within communities by serving the ongoing
needs of artists. Pro Arts provides critical access to contemporary art
in the region and serves as a regional hub for arts activities,
independent curated exhibitions, advocacy, arts education
and capacity building artist services - fiscal sponsorship to artists
and professional exhibition services matching artists with community
We produce 22 exhibitions annually, exhibit over 580 artists, and reach an annual audience over 72,000.