Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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Council meeting: March 26 in Sacramento

The California Arts Council will hold its next business meeting tomorrow in Sacramento. 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.

State-Local Partner & Statewide & Regional Networks Now Open

Our last two grant program funding opportunities for the 2018-19 fiscal year are now open for applications! The State-Local Partnership program provides general operating support and technical assistance for county-designated local arts agencies, while the Statewide and Regional Network program provides general operating grants for arts service organizations' networks with regional or statewide reach. Click on each individual program for details. The application deadline for both programs is May 1. Due to the specialized nature of these programs, new applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Specialist to confirm eligibility.

Connecting Art & Law for Liberation: April 12-14 in L.A.

The California Arts Council is a proud supporter of the upcoming Connecting Art and Law for Liberation (CALL), the inaugural art and law festival hosted by UCLA School of Law's Prison Law and Policy Program, Criminal Justice Program, and the Prison Education Program at UCLA on April 12-14. The event seeks to join together artists, attorneys, advocates, legal scholars and community members in a "call" to end mass incarceration by sharing innovative, cutting-edge collaborations at the intersection of art and law, and by uniting communities through various art mediums while simultaneously developing and disseminating new advocacy strategies. The three-day program will feature workshops from California Arts in Corrections coordinating organizations TheatreWorkers Project and the Prison Arts Collective of UC San Bernardino, as well as a presentation from California Arts Council Arts in Corrections staff. The event is free and open to the public. Visit the Call to Action UCLA website for more details and to register.

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jobs
Executive Director
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
La Jolla, CA
Box Office Representative
Mainly Mozart
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Artist Development Manager
SFFILM
San Francisco, CA
Program and Outreach Manager
International House Davis
Davis, CA
Director of Arts Education
EPACENTER ARTS
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grants
artist calls
Art Works: Second Deadline
National Endowment for the Arts
Deadline: 2019-07-11
Arts Education Innovation Grants
Creative Sonoma
Deadline: 2019-04-12
9th Annual Animals Online Art Competition
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery
Palm Springs, CA
Sea to Shining Sea - What Unites Us?
Marin Society of Artists
San Rafael, CA
Summer Solstice
The Artists Loft
Oakland, CA
Sydney Lynch Juried Jewelry Show
LUX Center for the Arts
Lincoln, NE
Opulent Mobility 2019
Opulent Mobility
Altadena, CA
conferences/workshops
research
nVision 2019: Annual Grants Training
National Grants Management Association
Arlington, VA
Date: 2019-04-23


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