Fort Gansevoort Internship Opportunity

August 23rd, 2019

Fort Gansevoort 

Established in 2015 and located in the heart of the Meatpacking District, Fort Gansevoort is a contemporary art gallery set in a Greek Revival row house built in 1849. The gallery, now opening a space in East Hollywood this November, represents emerging and established artists from around the world who have been included in significant museum and gallery exhibitions worldwide. With a strong curatorial and research component, Fort Gansevoort mounts six exhibitions per year of both emerging artists and artists whose work warrants greater recognition and an opportunity to be recontextualized. Read the rest of this entry »

Student Committee for the Arts Volunteer Oppportunity

August 23rd, 2019

My name is Kennedy Hill, and I’m a member of CAP UCLA’s student division, the Student Committee for the Arts. On September 24th, our organization will be hosting a family-friendly arts event for students from non-traditional backgrounds. Currently, we are seeking 1-3 art students who would be interested in volunteering from 4 pm-8pm as face painters or caricature artists for the event.

H+ Creative Internship Program

August 23rd, 2019

H+ Creative Internship Program
H+ Creative is a LA based creative services agency, centered on the future of visual production through vibrantly executed imagery. We are an artist representation firm as well as a experiential production house, working with clients and creatives on a global scale. We represent a diverse but tight knit roster of talent spanning 3D, animation, illustration, experiential installation and digital media. Read the rest of this entry »

Assistant Professor of Ceramic Art

August 23rd, 2019
Responsibilities and Duties:
The School of Art and Design, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University is seeking candidates for a tenure track faculty position in the Division of Ceramic Art at the rank of assistant or associate professor with an emphasis in ceramic art, sculpture.

The Division of Ceramic Art, within the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, has a distinguished history as a premier institution for education in the arts and fosters a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary environment for research and practice. The Division of Ceramic Art is comprised of six full time faculty, a teaching fellowship, a rotating international chair, and three full time technicians. The scope of the Division of Ceramic Art is wide-ranging, embracing history and innovation, tradition and emerging forms of visual art. The material intensive curriculum develops skill and intellect through theory, technological research and creative practice. Undergraduate and graduate programs are strongly intertwined. In our two-year MFA program, graduate students navigate wide-ranging practices in the visual arts. More information about the program can be viewed at:

The Division of Ceramic Art seeks a dynamic artist who will participate in shaping the future of ceramic art at Alfred. We are seeking applicants immersed in one or any combination of genres; ceramic sculpture, sculpture and/or installation, design, performance, or forms at the intersection of all these. While the applicant’s relationship to material specificity or plurality may be open and variable, interested candidates should possess a strong background in ceramic methodology with an ability to speak to contemporary practice across genres. Additionally, we encourage applications from studio artists with any of the following competencies or interests: craft/art/cultural theory; glaze chemistry/material science; digital methodologies/technologies; program conceptualizing and building. A strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate education and teaching is expected. We invite applicants from across the globe.

Minimum qualifications include an M.F.A. in studio art or design or its equivalent.

The successful candidate will have an active exhibition record and established recognition in the field; three years teaching experience or equivalent is required; salary will be commensurate with experience.

The School of Art and Design at Alfred University is an accredited member of NASAD, with 35 full-time faculty serving more than 500 students. The School is unique among institutions of higher education with an open curriculum, allowing a robust and diverse experience in studio art, design, and mt history courses. Students and faculty alike thrive in an intensive and supportive learning environment. School of Art and Design students are fully integrated into Alfred University’s community of 2,000 students. The New York State College of Ceramics (NYSCC) includes the School of Art and Design, the lnamori School of Engineering, and Scholes Library. The NYSCC was established in 1900 to advance research in art, design, and engineering. That intellectual and creative legacy exists in all of the areas of study in the School of Art and Design.

Submit your letter of interest, CV, artist statement, teaching philosophy, 20 images (with image list) of personal work and 20 images (with image list) of student work examples. Include contact information for three references (address, phone number, and email). Please apply at the following link:

For further information about the position, contact Search Chair, Professor Johnathan Hopp at Review of applications begins October 1, 2019 and is on-going until the position is filled.

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Part-time gallery/studio/event assistant

August 14th, 2019

The UCLA Department of Art seeks a part-time gallery/studio/event assistant for the academic year 2019-20.

Duties include:

  • Repair, patch, and paint Art gallery and studio walls
  • Clear and re-organize art classrooms and crit rooms
  • Maintain art studio furniture and equipment
  • Assist with catering setup and cleanup for public events
  • Other related duties as assigned

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Seeking LA student photographers for a paid opportunity

August 14th, 2019

Seeking LA student photographers for a paid opportunity:

SJR is looking for a few talented and aspiring lifestyle photographers who are currently attending universities or classes in the Los Angeles area. We are working with a well known education focused client that would like to build up their portfolio of student photography. The creative approach is to have likeminded students, who are majoring in photography, capture these “everyday learning” moments.

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looking for an artist/illustrator

August 13th, 2019

We are looking for an artist/illustrator to help us with a novel math textbook for 1st and 2nd grade. We are two professors from UCLA Math Department, Dr. Olga Radko and Dr. Oleg Gleizer. The help we need is a few illustrations for the book and the design of a book cover. Since the book consists of two workbooks for children and a Teacher’s Companion, we actually need three book covers with similar, but different, designs.

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Ucross Call for Applications S 20

July 26th, 2019

Ucross Call for Applications S20

We are currently accepting application for our Spring 2020 Residency Session with a September 1st deadline.  We would like to share this opportunity with artists in your region.  Here are the specifics:  Read the rest of this entry »

Foundwork Artist Prize: unrestricted $10,000 juried grant

July 26th, 2019

I’m writing to you about Foundwork, a platform helping to connect artists and collaborators across the contemporary art community. We’ve reached out to UCLA earlier on with general information about the site. Now we have a juried grant opportunity coming up this fall, the Foundwork Artist Prize, so we’re reaching out again to select graduate programs to share the opportunity with their students, alumni, and faculty before the September 1 application date. Read the rest of this entry »

NXTHVN Studio and Curatorial Fellowships 2020

July 22nd, 2019

NXTHVN Studio and Curatorial Fellowships 2020
Deadline: 31 July, 2019
Dates & location of event context:  Jan – Dec 2020, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Each year, NXTHVN welcomes seven emerging artists, two curators, and five high school apprentices to participate in its highly-competitive Fellowship and Apprenticeship programs. With a focus on mentorship, professional development, and hands-on training, the cohort works collaboratively to cultivate their practices within the context of New Haven’s creative community.
Entry fee: Entry fee of $35 (can be waived if requested)Contact adresses/URL: