Painting commission

May 29th, 2020
We are looking for a large scale neutral and simple contemporary piece of art to go over our couch in our living room. I have a “mood board” of art that inspires me and goes with the palette and aesthetic of our home. Looking forward to supporting up and coming artists!

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Photo public exhibition opportunity

May 29th, 2020

The Photoville FENCE is a year-round public photography project exhibited in parks and downtowns across North America. Photographers of all levels (professionals, students, and amateurs) from across the globe are invited to submit. Featuring over 85 photographers annually, the project brings compelling visual stories into the public realm to an audience of over 9 million. The project will be exhibited in 11 locations: Atlanta, Brooklyn, Calgary, Denver, Durham, Houston, New Orleans, the Metro (Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead), Sarasota, Seattle and Winchester.

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Part time paid Internship for Arts and Culture website and social media

May 20th, 2020

Part time paid Internship for Arts and Culture website and social media

Former Culture Columnist Huffpost, Contributor to Vanity Fair, Wallpaper, ArtNet and current Editor at Large at Air Mail News seeks motivated undergrad or grad with excellent social media outreach skills, excellent familiarity with SquareSpace, Gmail, ability to generate newsletters from social media posts and with strong background in art, architecture, film, dance, books.  Must understand image posting, credits, etc. Must be able to make connections to professionals in the various fields. Read the rest of this entry »

UCLA Art Students Emergency Support Fund

May 19th, 2020

A group of graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Art have organized a fundraiser to support students experiencing a range of challenges to meet their basic needs such as rent, food, bills, medication, groceries and school supplies, due to the economic effects of COVID-19. If you would like to apply for this grant, please fill out our simple application form here. Applications will be due on May 28th and reviewed the following week. If funds allow, we will reopen applications, which will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

If you have any questions please reach out to


UCLA Art Students Emergency Support Fund

Getty Marrow Curatorial Programs Intern

April 22nd, 2020

18th Street Arts Center is hiring a Getty Marrow Curatorial Programs Intern! This internship is full-time (40 hours/week) positions, each with a stipend of $6,000, for a consecutive ten-week work period between June and August, 2020.

Interested applicants should apply at our website at with a resume, cover letter, three references, and 3 writing samples (PDF only please). When applying, select (Getty Marrow Internship 2020). Applications are due May 1, 2020 by noon.

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The AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts (Summer 2020)

April 16th, 2020

Each year, The AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts offers US fine arts graduate students, or those who have completed their graduate studies within the past two years, the opportunity to study at the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Austria. The AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts is funded through the generosity of AAF trustee Gerhard Seebacher and his wife Angelika. A list of previous AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts fellows can be found here.

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UCLA BruinCorps Tutoring

April 16th, 2020

UCLA BruinCorps is a tutoring outreach program that hires work-study and non-workstudy students to provide tutoring across the greater Los Angeles area in elementary, middle schools and high schools. Our tutors provide in-class or after school tutoring in English/Language Arts or Math in one-on-one or small group settings.  In addition, tutors foster a college-going culture at their sites by providing age-appropriate college prep information and workshops for students, and their parents to navigate the college admissions process. Our mission is to not only give back to the Los Angeles community, but also to foster a sense of commitment to community service and provide civic engagement and leadership opportunities for UCLA undergraduate students.

UCLA BruinCorps is the largest work-study program on campus hiring over 150 work-study students annually. We are currently recruiting work-study students from a variety  of fields for the 2020-2021 academic year. Attached is our application, job description and program flyer for your review.  This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students to develop leadership skills, give back to the greater Los Angeles community and build a sense of community on campus. We are hosting three info sessions for this upcoming week from April 13th-17th. Sign up using the links below! We look forward to hearing from you soon. Applications are due on Friday, April 24th 11:59pm. 


Responsibilities and Duties:


  • Corps Members will attend weekly team meetings for programmatic updates and site discussions.
  • Corps Members will tutor small groups of 3-5 assigned students or conduct individual tutoring sessions with their assigned students.
  • America Reads tutors (Elementary School Sites) will focus on literacy
  • America Counts Tutors (Middle School and High School Sites) will focus on algebraic proficiency
  • Corps members will communicate regularly with mentor teachers to create a plan of action for their assigned students’ academic progress.
  • Corps Members will track their students’ progress by collecting semester grades.
  • Corps Members will assess programmatic efficiency and efforts by dispersing and collecting Mentor Teacher Evaluations and Mentor Teacher Assessments.
  • Corps Members will foster a “college-going” culture among students and parents at their assigned school sites through the preparation and promotion of:
  • Family Involvement Events: Corps members will prepare age-appropriate workshops about college (i.e.: introducing majors and minors, financial aid, a-g requirements, college admission process)
  • Corps Members will advertise the Family Involvement Event, fundraise in the community and gather donations from local businesses to provide food, school supplies, prizes etc. at their event.
  • Corps Members will partake in service learning events (including beautification events, campus tours etc.) across the Los Angeles area or at events taking place at sites we currently serve.
  • Corps Members will facilitate BruinCorps’ annual Spring Family Involvement Event during which 200-300 students come from our respective sites
  • Corps members will facilitate workshops and campus tours


Candidate Requirements


  • Ability to pass federal, state and local background checks
  • Ability to work a minimum of 6-8 hours per week
  • Ability to commit for three quarters



Program Application:

Application Deadline: Friday, April 24th, 11:59pm. 

Information Sessions

Virtual Volunteer, Internship, and Career Opportunities with CALPIRG Students

April 16th, 2020

CALPIRG Students is our student-run organization that advocates for the interests of the public and students. During this time of social distancing, we have remote volunteer

opportunities and internships available to help people in need, protect public health and

the environment, and keep our community civically engaged. We are also hiring seniors

for full-time positions after graduation. Fill out this interest form if you want to get involved or learn more about these opportunities.


For over 45 years, we’ve worked to protect our environment and fight climate change, address

food insecurity, and help students vote. We believe students have the power to shape the future, and we organize on UC campuses and statewide to win real, concrete victories.

Just last week, we won the American Climate Leadership award for our work in getting our UC’s to commit to 100% clean electricity by 2025! The reason why we are so effective on these issues is because we represent thousands of students here at UCLA and tens of thousands of students across the UC system who have pledged CALPIRG.

We are the largest and most diverse generation alive and we have the power to elect the next generation of leaders who will fight for our vision for the future. This Spring, we are working to turn out the youth vote in the 2020 elections by asking students to pledge to vote, working with administration, and building a huge coalition of groups on campus committed to turning out the vote.

We’re also continuing our work to protect our oceans from single-use plastics and to make textbooks more affordable for students, as well as working to ensure students basic needs are being met in light of COVID19 and calling on the federal government to expand medical resources.

There’s still so much we can do to make a positive difference, work with a fun team, and

learn awesome social change skills this quarter. If you want to make change with us, fill

out the interest form here.

MOA – Design and Build Competition

March 11th, 2020

Design and Build Competition for University Students

The Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) headquartered in Englewood, CO announces the Design and Build Competition, a design competition open to any U.S. based undergraduate or graduate student who is enrolled in a creative field of study.

This is the second annual competition under MOA’s longstanding Design and Build program and solicits design proposals from individual students or student teams from across the nation in response to a provided theme and challenge. The competition can also be taken on as a class project. The goal of the competition is to cultivate potential from emerging artists, architecture and design students and to allow them the space to conceptualize inventive ideas within a set of boundaries.
The theme for 2020 is Art as Sanctuary and the challenge is to design a structure that the public could utilize to rest, or take temporary shelter from the elements, near a recreational trail in public open spaces. The design should utilize architecture and/or sculpture/installation as a solution, while also considering environmental impact and sustainability in use of materials. Contestant’s designs will need to respond to one of four hypothetical physical sites for the conceptual project. Entries will be reviewed by the MOA Board of Trustees, Executive Staff and a professional in the field, guest panelist.
Competition Prizes

1st place team- $5,000 + winning entry to be archived & featured on competition website
2nd place team- $2,500 + winning entry to be archived & featured on competition website
3rd place team- $1,000 + winning entry to be archived & featured on competition website
In addition there will be a Guest Panelist Honorable Mention prize of $500.
The design proposal registration portal is now open and the deadline to submit is July 11, 2020.

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MOA – Paid Summer Art Internships

March 11th, 2020

Nation Wide Student Design Competition and Paid Summer Art Internships!

Announcing Student Design Competition
and Paid Summer Art Making Internships at
Museum of Outdoor Arts
Englewood, Colorado

Application Deadline is April 3rd!
PAID Summer Art Internships for Undergrads.
MOA is seeking up to 8 undergraduate interns for summer of 2020 to work under the direction of our 2020 Design and Build Fellow artist. Summer 2020 includes indoor and outdoor placemaking projects, including murals, artistic crosswalks, traffic cabinet art wraps and an indoor exhibition.

Applicants with painting, drawing, mural work, illustration, digital projection mapping and/or animation experience are strongly encouraged to apply for the 2020 program.
Have Questions? Contact us!
For questions about the competition please feel free to contact us.

Tim Vacca
MOA Director of Programs

Follow Design and Build on Instagram @moa.designandbuild

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