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The Council will hold its next public meeting January 30 in San Bernardino.
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JANUARY 18, 2019

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Council meeting: Jan. 30 in San Bernardino

The California Arts Council will hold its first business meeting of 2019 on January 30 at the Garcia Center for the Arts in San Bernardino. The public is invited to attend and to address the Council during the public comment period. A detailed agenda and meeting packet are available here.

The CAC is hiring! Two positions now open for applications

Join our team! We're now accepting applications for a limited-term, part-time Records Management Coordinator and a Student Assistant working toward a degree in accounting or business. Visit the CAC Careers page for more information—apply by Jan. 29.

Disaster Relief Resources for CA Artists & Communities

Many parts of our state have been experiencing severe weather patterns—some in areas more vulnerable due to wildfires. The CAC maintains a webpage dedicated to resources for Californian artists and arts communities in the aftermath of natural disasters of all kinds. If you have been impacted by the wildfires or recent flooding or storms, click here for current information. This page is regularly updated as new information becomes available.

Partners Power the Create CA Campaign webinar: Jan. 29

Create CA will host a webinar on Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. to offer a deeper dive into its public will campaign for arts education. The webinar will cover what the campaign is and isn't; models for participation with examples from the field; available resources, including new editable files and presentation; with a Q-and-A session to follow. The webinar is open to organizations looking to learn more, are ready to jump in or who are already engaged and want to review the latest resources and thinking on partnership. Click here to register.

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Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
Deadline: 2019-03-25
The Alfred and Trafford Klots International Program for Artists
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Deadline: 2019-02-01
Keyholder Printmaking Studio Residency
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New York, NY
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Hastings, NE
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St. Charles, MO
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Los Angeles, CA
LPA Mural Artists Call
Irvine, CA
nVision the Power of Data Mining for Grants
National Grants Management Association
Online Webinar
Date: 2019-01-23

Please join Arcadia Contemporary at the 24th edition of Los Angeles' largest international art fair, The LA Art Show.
When: January 23-27, 2019
Where: The Los Angeles Convention Center 
Booth #413/512


For more information visit

Featuring new works from:
Nick Alm
Colleen Barry
Jeff Bartels
Daniel Bilmes
John Brosio
Michael Chapman
Casey Childs
Jeffrey Chong-Wang
Matthew Cornell
Shaun Downey
Alex Russell Flint
Stephen Fox
Hiroki Fukuda
Jeff Gola
Alex Gross
Amaya Gurpide
Brad Kunkle
Malcolm T. Liepke
J. Louis
Stephen Mackey
Serge Marshennikov
Renato Muccillo
Annie Murphy-Robinson
Julio Reyes
Jeffrey Ripple
Artem Rogowoi
Denis Sarazhin
Loribelle Spirovski
Will St. John
Alex Venezia
Adam Vinson
Brad Woodfin
& Vincent Xeus

Wednesday, January 23, 2018, 6pm - 11pm

Wednesday, January 23, 2018, 7pm - 11pm 
Thursday, January 24, 2018, 11am - 7pm
Friday, January 25, 2018, 11am - 7pm
Saturday, January 26, 2018, 11am - 7pm 
Sunday, January 27, 2018, 11am - 5pm

Arcadia Contemporary, 39 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105

Dallabrida: A Retrospective of Change  

Opening Reception
Monday, January 21
5:30pm - 8:00pm
726 15th St. @ Potrero

Closing Reception
Thursday, January 24
5:30pm - 8:00pm
726 15th St. @ Potrero

Call for a by-appointment viewing January 19 - 27

At the end of January, I am moving my art studio from The British Grocery to Dogpatch. There, I will be sharing space with the artist and teacher Ranu Mukherjee. The new studio is quite a bit smaller and more introspective. It will allow me to narrow my research to the ceramic art that has captured my attention lately.

Over the next weeks, I am offering an extended opportunity for friends, fans, and collectors to see where I have been and where I am going. I’m hosting two evening openings (Jan 21 and 24, from 5:30pm to 8:00pm) and will be available for by-appointment visits until Jan 27.

"Sono venuto a parlare di nuovo con te • I've come to talk with you again" • 2019 (detail)
Ceramic, pigment on kilm shelf. 12" x 12" x 2"

I will be presenting several bodies of work that I’ve exploring since 2009 including Upon ReflectionTraversata/CrossingsMemento MoriFaggots, as well as an ongoing screening of my film (co-directed with Rob Fatal) The Violation of Themis

Also, I am looking forward to sharing the new directions in my contemporary ceramic/pigment ruins, tiles, and plates. These palinsesti di memoria offer memories, signs, and symbols. They share a journey through epic time revealing blue spectacles, neo-medieval imagination, inaudible explosions, savage genocide, laughter, and the warmth of the earth’s touch.

I am looking forward to sharing this Retrospective of Change with you. RSVPs are most welcome.


In Now’s blue waters burn the stars of Then

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Monday, January 14, 2019

"We are deeply grateful to Governor Newsom for immediately recognizing the critical role of the arts in creating opportunity, resilience, and a sense of belonging for all Californians."
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JANUARY 14, 2019

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New California Arts Council Appointments

The California Arts Council welcomes new and reappointed Council members Jodie Evans and Louise McGuinness. Read the bios and appointment details in our press release.

Call for FY18-19 panelists ends Jan. 15

The search continues for arts and culture field experts to serve as part of a California Arts Council peer-review panel for the 2018-19 grant season. For the first time this year, panelists will receive an honorarium for their service in Sacramento. Young professionals and experienced cultural workers, artists, and arts policy makers are encouraged to apply by January 15. Complete details can be found here.

Tax season is back! Keep arts in schools with your CA return

It's that time again! Don't let the freeze in federal government shut down your support for arts education! Remember to make a donation to the Keep Arts in Schools Fund when filing your state return. 100% of your tax-deductible contribution is applied to arts education programming supported by the California Arts Council. Learn how to donate here.

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