Museum Technology Specialist

Under the direction of the Exhibitions Technical Director, Museum Technology Specialists are responsible for updating and retrofitting the technological underpinnings for interactive exhibits. Utilizing a broad array of tools and technology, Museum Technology Specialists diagnose malfunctioning exhibits and restore operation.

$4,583 – $5,416/month

Submit your resume and cover letter to hr@californiasciencecenter.org

Vice President of Development

Position Summary
The Vice President of Development (VP) will join a passionate and energized team and have an authentic dedication to the advancement of MOLAA’s mission. Reporting to the President & CEO and in partnership with the Chief Officer of Government and External Affairs, the VP will collaborate with and support the board of directors in building engagement that supports the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors annually and will direct fundraising initiatives to support the future expansion of MOLAA and its recently announced $60 million campaign. As an integral member of the seven-person senior management team, the VP will be a thought-partner in conceptualizing and implementing MOLAA’s overall expansion plan with a focus on philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies as well as through MOLAA’s annual Gala event. In addition to building and mentoring the development team, the VP will be responsible for developing and establishing strong relationships with a diverse array of donors, stakeholders, and professional peers in Long Beach, Southern California, nationally, and internationally through MOLAA’s international advisory board.

MOLAA offers an annual salary between $175,000 and $200,000, commensurate with experience. MOLAA offers medical and vision as well as dental, which is fully sponsored; Simple IRA with 3% matching which is 100% fully vested from time of enrollment. MOLAA also fully sponsors life insurance and long-term disability for its employees.

To submit a letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments in arts and culture leadership and management (electronic submissions preferred), please click here or visit artsconsulting.com/opensearches. For questions or general inquiries regarding this job opportunity, please contact:

Geoff Chang, Vice President

8581 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 406

Getty Marrow Registration Intern

At MOCA we know that art and culture is one of the greatest gifts that we can offer our community. We aim to offer a wide breadth of engagements and know that a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences help us get there. This value embodies within the diversity of our programs and among the colleagues that help enliven our culture. Cultivating an inclusive work environment that values a range of talent and ideas is top priority for us. Eligibility requirements for Getty Marrow Internships—intended to provide opportunities for outstanding students who are members of groups who are underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts—are outlined below. We enthusiastically encourage candidates of all abilities to apply. Reasonable accommodations may be made.

Reporting to the Registrar for Collections and working closely with a variety of staff, the Getty Marrow Registration Intern will gain a basic understanding of the field of museum registration, including collections care and management, logistics, condition reporting, and research and data integrity. The Intern will also play a critical role in creating and organizing an inventory of a large group of non-collection photography materials. Schedule is generally working 9:30am – 5pm Mondays through Fridays.

THIS POSITION MAY BE RIGHT FOR YOU IF:

● YOU SUPPORT EQUITABLE ACCESS IN MUSEUMS and want to experience the Collections Management and Museum Registration fields in a hands-on way
● YOU ARE DETAIL-ORIENTED and enjoy getting things organized
● YOU ENJOY LISTENING TO OTHERS AND CONTRIBUTING YOUR OWN
● THOUGHTS in group settings
● YOU ARE PRODUCTIVE WORKING INDEPENDENTLY and identifying tasks that need to be accomplished.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO DO IN THIS ROLE:

As a vital member of the Registration and Collections team, the intern will have the opportunity to gain valuable insight into museum collection management and registration, including shipping and logistics, condition reporting, collections care / conservation, acquisitions, and risk management.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

● Organize and inventory a large group of non-collection photographs
● Assist with research and data integrity in the Collection object files
● Weekly reading assignments on professional field topics such as art moving logistics and risk management
● Attend in-person and online meetings with museum staff and external contacts.

GETTY MARROW INTERN REQUIRED ACTIVITIES

● Attend at least two internal meetings (Acquisitions, All Hands, Breakout)
● Attend three mandatory Getty Education Events:
○ Arts Summit (June 24)
○ Two Learning Community events (2 dates selected from July 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30)
● Submit end-of internship evaluation

GETTY MARROW UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

● Member of a group underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, including, but not limited to, individuals of African American, Asian, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Pacific Islander descent;
● Currently enrolled undergraduate (bachelor’s degree program, associate’s degree program, or a vocational or technical program below the baccalaureate level). Students must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college by June 1, 2024. Students who graduated after April 1, 2024 are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.)
● Reside or attend college in Los Angeles County;
● United States citizen or permanent resident (non-citizen authorized to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis; also known as a “green card” holder). Students with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status valid through the internship period are also eligible; and
● May have previously interned as a Getty Marrow Undergraduate Intern at an organization other than MOCA.

HOW TO STAND OUT:

For this role, the ideal candidate will be highly motivated to learn about the behind-the-scenes activities of museums, including artwork collections care and exhibitions logistics. You will stand out if you are extremely well organized and delight in detailed work. A keen interest in or curiosity about contemporary art and museums is a bonus.

Hourly Wage: $18.46

Position covered by MOCA/AFSCME Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement: NO

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

The Museum of Contemporary Art is an equal opportunity employer. We will extend equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, hairstyle, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status or any other status protected under applicable federal, state or local laws. Our policy reflects and affirms the Museum of Contemporary Art’s commitment to the principles of fair employment and the elimination of all discriminatory practices. Details of our equal employment opportunity policies are further explained in Anti-Discrimination & Harassment.

Research shows that women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds often apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. We recognize that it is highly unlikely that an applicant meets 100% of the qualifications for a given role. Therefore, if much of this job description describes you, then you are highly encouraged to apply for this role.

View the job listing and application links on MOCA’s website at https://www.moca.org/about/jobs-and-internships

Getty Marrow Education Intern

At MOCA we know that art and culture is one of the greatest gifts that we can offer our community. We aim to offer a wide breadth of engagements and know that a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences help us get there. Cultivating an inclusive work environment that values a range of talent and ideas is top priority for us. Eligibility requirements for Getty Marrow Internships—intended to provide opportunities for outstanding students who are members of groups who are underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts—are outlined below. We enthusiastically encourage candidates of all abilities to apply. Reasonable accommodations may be made.

The Getty Marrow Education Intern will report to the Director of Education & Visitor Engagement, working closely with educators, administrators, and frontline staff members in the Education & Visitor Engagement Department. The intern will play a critical role in preparing a user-friendly archive of museum ephemera dating back to the museum’s founding, as well as supporting the program implementation for youth initiatives including Contemporary Art Start— with a focus on the Rebecca Smith Summer Institute for teachers—recruitment for the MOCA Teen Program, and Family Projects. Internship begins June 10, 2024 and continues for a total of 10 weeks. Schedule is generally working 9:30am – 5:30pm Mondays through Fridays and subject to adjustment to accommodate occasional weekend events.

Examples of Duties:

ARCHIVAL PROJECT

● Digitize and update a list of materials in a variety of formats including hard-copy, photographic, video, and digital resources that are part of documenting MOCA’s nearly 40-year history of education programming.
● Using these assets, create brief written or audio content for public storytelling.
● Help research and make recommendations on accessible data management systems for long-term use.

PROGRAM SUPPORT

● Assist program staff as needed to plan, execute, and evaluate in-person programming including in-gallery family activities, Contemporary Art Start and its Rebecca Smith Summer Institute for Teachers, and the recruitment and selection process for the MOCA Teen Program.
● Assist in maintaining and evaluating Family Projects space.
● Assist in developing program alumni contact lists and events.
● Attend in-person and online meetings with museum staff and external contacts.

GETTY MARROW INTERN REQUIRED ACTIVITIES

● Attend three mandatory Education Events:
○ Arts Summit (June 24)
○ Two Learning Community events (2 dates selected from July 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30)
● Submit end-of internship evaluation.

Requirements:

● Highly motivated to learn about a variety of methods and practices that encourage people to connect with art in museums.
● Self-directed and detail-oriented approach toward independent projects.
● Solid written and/or verbal communication skills for online use in a business context.
● A “roll-up-your-sleeves” attitude to front-of-house and public-facing tasks.
● Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in cultural institutions.

GETTY MARROW UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

● Member of a group underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations, which can include groups defined by–among other things–socioeconomic status, cultural background, physical or other disability, geographical origin and/or any life experiences that add diverse and underrepresented perspectives.
● Currently enrolled undergraduate (bachelor’s degree program, associate’s degree program, or a vocational or technical program below the baccalaureate level). Students must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college by June 1, 2024. Students who graduated the semester or quarter immediately before the internship are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.)
● Reside or attend college in Los Angeles County;
● United States citizen or permanent resident (non-citizen authorized to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis; also known as a “green card” holder). Students with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status valid through the internship period are also eligible; and
● May have previously interned as a Getty Marrow Undergraduate Intern at an organization other than MOCA.

Hourly Wage: $18.46

Position covered by MOCA/AFSCME Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement: NO

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

The Museum of Contemporary Art is an equal opportunity employer. We will extend equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, hairstyle, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status or any other status protected under applicable federal, state or local laws. Our policy reflects and affirms the Museum of Contemporary Art’s commitment to the principles of fair employment and the elimination of all discriminatory practices. Details of our equal employment opportunity policies are further explained in Anti-Discrimination & Harassment.

Research shows that women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds often apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. We recognize that it is highly unlikely that an applicant meets 100% of the qualifications for a given role. Therefore, if much of this job description describes you, then you are highly encouraged to apply for this role.

Find the listing and application link on MOCA’s website at https://www.moca.org/about/jobs-and-internships

Executive Director

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

ABOUT VENICE ARTS

Established in 1993, Venice Arts’ mission is to ignite, expand, and transform the lives of Los Angeles’ low-income youth through photography and film education, and to use its participatory storytelling practices to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities around the world.

With an understanding of the power of visual storytelling and self-representation, Venice Arts’ first programs paired professional photographers with low-income young people, teaching them to use their cameras to share their world and launching Venice Arts’ pioneering work in what is now called participatory or participant-produced media; still central to Venice Arts’ practices today.

Over 30 years, Venice Arts has grown into an award-winning, nationally recognized creative youth development organization. Primary programs include Media Arts Education & Mentoring, offering youth ages 10-18 sequenced curricula in photography, filmmaking, animation, and comics, as well as college success and creative career pathways support; and the Center for Creative Workforce Equity, offering young adults ages 18-24 creative career-directed education, including CA State registered pre-apprenticeships, as well as opportunities for paid internships, apprenticeships, and job placements. Additionally, Venice Arts hosts exhibitions and public programs in its Gallery and has a long history providing consulting and training to nonprofit organizations, foundations, and academic institutions—locally and globally—interested in harnessing the power of visual storytelling and participatory practices.

ABOUT THE POSITION

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the key leader driving a dynamic vision for the organization’s future, including leading its strategy and assuring the quality and impact of programs and services. Operating within a $1.5 million annual budget, the Executive Director embraces the transformative potential of the arts in youth development and in building equity and opportunity through the arts.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Organizational Leadership & Strategy

Facilitate Board member recruitment and development.

Support Board members to steward personal and professional networks that forge mission-aligned funding and partnerships, helping to assure the long-term financial health of the organization, while positioning Venice Arts as a leader in community arts education and creative workforce sectors.

Keep the Board fully informed about programming initiatives and fiscal sustainability, while proactively identifying challenges, addressing issues, and seizing opportunities.

Lead updates to Venice Arts’ strategic plan, and assure the development of aligned operational plans, including productive program and organization evaluation practices.

Manage members of the Executive Team (Directors of Institutional Giving, Development & Communications, and Operations) to ensure success in fundraising, operations, partnerships, and communications.

Manage the Program Directors (Education and Center for Creative Workforce Equity) to ensure that programs and initiatives are of the highest caliber, responsive to the community, and aligned with strategic goals and opportunities.

Foster a work environment that attracts, retains, and supports high-quality staff, with a dedicated focus on communication and morale, and reinforcing organizational culture.

Financial Management & Fund Development

Have broad fiduciary responsibilities, including overseeing financial policies and practices, and the maintenance of a healthy cash flow and adequate reserves.

Develop the annual organizational budget, monitoring, evaluating (including through an annual audit), and reporting on financial health to the Board of Directors.

Work with the Directors of Institutional Giving and Development to create and implement a multi-year, diversified funding plan including grants, corporate partnerships, major donors and community contributors, events, earned revenues, and other, innovative funding sources.

Maintain a robust, personal cohort of individual, major, and corporate donors, cultivating and stewarding these relationships to assure donor engagement and revenue growth.

Support the Director of Development and Communications with the development of multiplatform communication strategies and practices.

Community Engagement and Advocacy

Promote Venice Arts as a thought partner and industry leader in the realm of arts education, creative youth development, and creative workforce equity.

Act as the primary spokesperson for Venice Arts, managing media interactions and participating in public events.

Assure that Venice Arts sustains and grows collaborative relationships with educational institutions, art organizations, creative and entertainment partners, and others to assure innovative alliances that benefit Venice Arts and its students.

QUALIFICATIONS

You are an Executive Director, or a member of a senior leadership team with at least five years experience, of a nonprofit organization with an annual operating budget greater than $1M.

You thrive as an external leader, ably representing Venice Arts in a broad range of settings, with a goal to build programmatic, funding, and collaborative relationships that serve Venice Arts’ mission and programs.

You are, equally, an accessible, resourceful internal leader, able to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences and comfortable managing staff and broadly overseeing the internal operations of the organization.

You show dedication and an unwavering commitment to the ongoing professional growth and development of employees, volunteers, and the Board of Directors.

You have a profound belief in, and fervent passion for, the transformative power of creativity; experience in the arts, whether professional or personal, is a plus. A

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent executive leadership experience is required.

You demonstrate experience, knowledge, and skill in the following, required areas:

In arts education, with an understanding of creative youth development principles, preferred, as well as familiarity with creative workforce equity.

As a fundraiser and development strategist, showing success across the fund development spectrum.

In working effectively with members of a Board of Directors, including an ability to engage Board members as donors, fundraisers, and organizational stewards.

As a thought partner in the development of multi-platform communications strategies; an understanding of visual communications and high-impact storytelling is a plus.

The salary range is $125k – $140k, commensurate with experience. Benefits include health and dental insurance; paid vacation, holiday, and sick days; non-matching 401K, and more.

Venice Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or different ability.

Please apply by following this link: https://www.envisionnonprofit.com/we-re-recruiting/?job_id=5619638

Advancement Officer, Individual Giving

Advancement Officer, Individual Giving | ICA LA

Reports to: Director of Development
Status: Full-time / Exempt
Salary Range: $65,000 – $75,000
Benefits: Healthcare (including vision and dental), vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays, following a probation period

To apply: Please send a cover letter, CV, at least two professional references, and writing samples to opportunities@theicala.org, including the name of the position in the subject line.
Please no calls or in-person unscheduled visits.

Overview

As a key member of the fundraising team at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Advancement Officer helps to lead the design, management, and execution of the museum’s annual fundraising program, with a strong focus on direct cultivation and solicitation of individual donors and members at all levels. They work closely with the Executive Director and Director of Development to set annual targets and strategic long-term priorities for the development department, in support of ICA LA’s mission, vision, goals, and objectives. The Advancement Officer for Individual Giving must have extensive knowledge of museum Development operations and systems. This position administrates the museum’s two major donor groups—Curator’s Council and Fieldwork Council—and the two upper-level membership circles—Angeleno Collective and 7th Street Collective. This position also manages a personal portfolio of individual supporters and proactively identifies and engages new prospective donors for ICA LA. Additional duties include being a core member of the team for the planning and execution of ICA LA’s fundraising events, opening celebrations, all cultivation events, and patron travel program.

For more details, please visit www.theicala.org/en/opportunities.

Artistic Director

The Artistic Director is the senior executive of the management team and is the primary face of the organization, embodying and communicating the artistic vision and mission of the Fountain Theatre. The AD oversees and maintains the artistic excellence of the organization, ensuring that the Fountain continues to be seen as one of the premier theaters in Los Angeles while advancing the national reputation of the organization.

The Artistic Director serves as the public spokesperson for the organization to the press, media, subscribers, donors, patrons and the public. The AD actively works to build practices that increase the Fountain’s profile, and forges and maintains artistic relationships with theater companies and individual artists across Southern California, the nation, and abroad. Reporting to and working closely with the Board of Directors, the successful candidate takes pride in the work of the theater: telling the story of the Fountain’s mission in compelling ways to all the communities it serves.

RESPONSIBILITIES

A. ARTISTIC LEADERSHIP

The Artistic Director leads all artistic activities of the organization, including:

selecting and implementing full seasons of plays (new and established work) for the indoor theater and outdoor stage;

leading the development of new plays and the nurturing of new theater artists;

directing one production of a play per year (if a director), as needed and when available;

overseeing the hiring of artistic staff for each production;

attending pertinent meetings, rehearsals, previews and Opening Nights;

providing notes to the director and designers throughout the process, as needed;

constructing annual (or) multi-year program roadmaps for all areas of work by identifying strategic priorities for the organization, in collaboration with the Administrative staff and the Board of Directors;

championing and sustaining the Fountain Theatre’s programs of theater production, arts education, and dance, and increasing their reach, scope, and support;

building and maintaining long-term relationships with a wide range of practicing artists and arts organizations;

establishing and maintaining relationships with community-based organizations whose work aligns with the mission and values of the Fountain Theatre; and

identifying and inviting theater artists of local, national and international prominence to create, develop and perform new work at The Fountain and seeking new voices in the American theater to invite to The Fountain.

B. ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP

The AD, working in collaboration with the Board, is instrumental in creating and advancing the organizational structure of the Fountain, including the hiring of key Administrative support.

The Artistic Director reports to the Board and approves all key staff positions and contractors needed to accomplish artistic and administrative activities. The AD determines the final hiring and firing decisions across all key personnel.

The AD supervises the full and part time artistic staff, maintaining a strong collaborative relationship with the Administrative staff and the Board of Directors.

Along with the Administrative staff and the Director of Development, the AD actively participates in all fundraising/development activities of the organization, providing support for all campaigns and initiatives. These responsibilities include:

actively collaborating with the Administrative staff and the Director of Development in writing and securing grants (government and private) as needed;

participating in major gift solicitations and in all annual fundraising activities. Fundraising campaigns include The Fountain Fund, underwriting for Main Stage productions, Fountain for Youth, special events and capital campaigns.

The AD supports and champions Fountain for Youth and the Fountain’s arts education programming, and provides leadership and support for the Theatre Education Manager.

The AD oversees the creation and finalizing of all financial budgets in collaboration with other staff members and the Board.

The AD cultivates and provides stewardship of donors.

The AD partners with the Administrative staff to manage union negotiations and agreements as necessary.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate should have:

a passion for the Fountain Theatre’s mission;

a Bachelor’s degree (preferably in the arts) and a minimum of 5 years of experience as an artistic leader in a non-profit theater;

excellent writing and interpersonal skills;

the ability to multitask effectively;

the self-motivation and eagerness to take the initiative;

a proven track record as an artistic leader with established relationships in the theatrical community; and,

a familiarity and comfort in working with fundraising campaigns and solicitations; a familiarity with the Los Angeles philanthropic community is a plus.

PERSONAL LEADERSHIP ATTRIBUTES

The successful candidate should have:

A commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion in all forms;

A firm belief in the arts and culture as a fundamental pillar of a healthy community;

A dedication to advancing the Fountain’s work in furtherance of its mission, vision, values, and history;

A high standard of personal ethics, confidentiality and accountability; and

A positive, welcoming, and engaging attitude with respect to workplace interactions, with a willingness to listen and learn.

BENEFITS

Compensation commensurate with experience: $80,000 – $100,000

Flexible schedule policies

Some employer-paid health benefits may be provided

TO APPLY

Please submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample using this link: https://forms.gle/GZe5zedzXtkkAw4H6

No phone calls please. All questions can be sent via email to ADSearch@fountaintheatre.com

Assistant Ticket Services Manager

Guiding Principals
We approach our work with the pioneering creative spirit of Beverly Hills and greater Los Angeles while also recognizing that we live in a multicultural, ever-changing world guided by our core values of Trust, Artistic Courage, Enlightenment, Cooperation, Communication, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accountability.

ABOUT THE JOB
The Wallis seeks a service-focused professional to join our team as an Assistant Ticket Services Manager to demonstrate exemplary leadership in patron service standards and assist in managing the ticket services team and day-to-day operations. Reporting to the General Manager, this role holds responsibilities in ticketing, administration, and customer service, as well as leadership and supervisory responsibilities. If you have innate people and communication skills, administrative and organizational skills, meticulous attention to detail, and are passionate about the arts and the educational programs presented at The Wallis, we look forward to hearing from you.

WHAT YOU’LL DO
Ticketing Responsibilities:
Assist in the management and administrative oversight of ticket services for The Wallis, including managing full and part-time ticket services staff;
Ensure a high-quality experience for all patrons and customers;
Provide correct and efficient operation of the Tessitura ticketing system, ticket printers, scanners, TNEW, and the box office telephone system;
Adhere to box office policies, etiquette, and procedures relating to ticket sales;
Process orders via mail, telephone, internet, group sales, reservations, and in-person counter sales;
Responsible for taking payments in various forms – cash, checks, credit cards, debit cards, gift cards and vouchers, and daily and post-performance reconciliations;

Administration Functions:
Build and edit performance and series ticket data as needed in Tessitura;
Assist with general accounting, such as settlements for shows, performance wraps, and daily wraps. Pull reports from the ticketing system as needed;
Conduct research and make outbound sales calls to fulfill cooperative group sales and other sales-related campaigns;
Respond to queries from community groups, patrons, donors, and staff regarding program services;
Reconcile sales and provide relevant reports;
Other administrative duties include telephoning customers to resolve queries, updating customer records, and data entry in Tessitura;

Customer Service:
Assist customers in a polite, friendly, and helpful manner;
Represent The Wallis to the public, business contacts, and visiting companies with cordial professionalism;
Take opportunities to make patrons and customers aware of relevant special offers, other shows, and services;
Provide positive and accurate information and assistance in response to inquiries;
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Co-manage part-time and seasonal ticket services staff with particular front-line responsibilities, serve in rotation with the General Manager as event MOD;

Other Responsibilities:
Work as a team with marketing, front of house, and event staff on scheduled performances, programs, and events;
Special projects as assigned by the General Manager and collaboration on projects with the Ticket Operations Specialist;
Assist in the implementation of patron surveys and other marketing campaigns. Assemble and implement mailings;
Complete all duties with a customer service focus through teamwork and dedication to The Wallis’ principles.

The Wallis is a dynamic working environment where duties and responsibilities may change. Employees are expected to be flexible and responsive to changes in the scope of their Assistant Ticket Services Manager duties, as assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent must be able to do the following: stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods; bend and reach for filing and other job-related functions; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift; reach both above and below shoulder height. Specific visual abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to visually inspect work—manual dexterity to operate computer and other office equipment required.
The physical demands described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made.

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and encourages applicants of any age, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or gender.

BENEFITS
This is a full-time, non-exempt position with an hourly pay range of $25.26 – $27.25 USD per hour, depending on professional experience. This position is eligible for 100% paid medical benefits, including dental, vision, and life insurance ($25,000) for the employee, paid vacation, personal and sick days, 401k, and paid parking. Complimentary tickets are occasionally available for performances and events at The Wallis.

To apply, email mwiesel@thewallis.org

Call for Art: Take Action for Mental Health

Open Call for Artists: Take Action for Mental Health Art Show

The Take Action for Mental Health Art Show, hosted by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance City of Angels Chapter, is set to take place on Friday, May 17, 2024. Featuring the creative works of 10 Los Angeles-based artists exploring mental health themes, this event invites submissions from talented individuals to show their work in a professional gallery setting.

Selected artists will each receive a cash prize of $1,000. This art show is made possible through the generous Take Action LA Grant provided by the California Mental Health Service Authority and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.

About the Exhibition/Event:

We’re on the lookout for artists whose creations or personal journeys resonate deeply with mental health themes. This connection isn’t confined to diagnosed conditions; rather, we’re interested in artists whose creative expression or life experiences reflect a meaningful relationship with the mental health challenges we as people face every day.
Our exhibition revolves around the theme “Take Action for Mental Health,” aligning with the CalMHSA initiative. The Take Action for Mental Health campaign strives to empower Californians to nurture their own mental well-being and that of their loved ones. The slogan “Take Action for Yourself, Take Action for Others, and Take Action for Your Community,” underscores the collective effort needed to foster mental health resilience statewide.

Our aim is to assemble an inclusive and varied group of artists that amplifies voices from all walks of life, including those from backgrounds where mental health awareness or acceptance may be less common. Artists from diverse communities throughout the greater Los Angeles area are encouraged to submit their work.

Each of the 10 chosen artists will receive a $1,000 award for their participation in the event and will retain all proceeds from the sale of their artwork.

Submission Guidelines:

The call is open to Painters, Photographers, Illustrators, Mixed Media and Digital artists living in the Greater Los Angeles area.

-An artist statement that focuses on how your relationship with mental health connects to your art. (max 200 words)

-Artist Biography – (max 100 words)

-3-5 high-resolution images of proposed work(s) saved as a PDF titled [Last Name, First Name_Artwork]. Please include title of work, dimensions, year made, and price under pictures of artworks. All Artworks must be hang-ready.

Instagram Handle and/or Website

Submissions will be accepted until April 15, 2024 11:59 pm PST *no late submissions will be accepted*

Selection Process:

Selections will be based on artistic merit, creativity, relevance to the theme, and overall quality of the work.

Selected artists will be notified via email by May 1, 2024.

Important Dates:
Submission Deadline: Apr 15, 2024 11:59pm
Notification of Acceptance: May 1, 2024
Delivery of Artworks: Wednesday, May 15, from 4pm-7pm
Date of Show: May 17,2024 6pm-9pm
Venue: Studio Buckman: 820 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, 91505

How to Submit:

Click the link below to apply
https://forms.gle/EQ4j3EeXL1eo6DNeA

For inquiries and further information, please contact curator@dbsacityofangels.com

Join us in celebrating creativity and expression! We look forward to seeing your amazing artwork.

Call for Art: Wayne Art Center CraftForms 2024

Wayne Art Center is seeking submissions for the 29th International Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fine Craft, in the following mediums: basketry, ceramics, decorative fiber, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, paper, wearable art, and wood. Work created utilizing CAD/CAM technologies and 3D printing tools also is eligible. Selected works will be on display in the Davenport Gallery of Wayne Art Center in Wayne, Pennsylvania from December 7, 2024 through January 25, 2025. This year’s juror Jo Lauria will present $10,000 in prize awards. For more information and to see last year’s artists, visit www.craftforms.org.

Here is the direct link for CaFe: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=13206