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Call for Artists / RFPs - 9.7.06

Annual Dia De Los Muertos Juried Exhibition y mas

By RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina
Published on LatinoLA: September 7, 2006


Call for Artists / RFPs - 9.7.06


CALLS FOR ARTISTS/RFPS:

Request for Proposals for Documentary of the Siqueiros Mural "Am?rica Tropical" Project: The Production of a Documentary on the Construction of a Viewing Platform & Interpretive Center for the Siqueiros Mural ?America Tropical? issued by El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument Department of the City of Los Angeles. Full prospectus available upon request.

Pre-Proposal Conference:
September 12, 2006, 10a
Hellman/Quon Building, Rm 100, 130-132 Paseo de la Plaza LA, CA

Technical Assistance: Requests for Technical Assistance should be in writing & faxed to 213.485.0428, attention Suellen Cheng, or e-mailed to suellen.cheng@lacity.org no later than 5p, Friday, September 22, 2006.

Proposal Submission Deadline: Friday, September 29, 2006, 5p (Pacific Time)

Proposal Delivery Address: El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Ste 400, LA, CA 90012 Attn: Robert L Andrade, General Manager

The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs is seeking qualified artists for two public art opportunities in Council District 14, at the new El Sereno Constituent Services Center and Barrio Action Youth & Family Center. Please see the attached RFQ for more information about the projects, the artist selection process, and submission requirements.

DEADLINE: Wednesday, September 13, 2006

A copy of the attached RFQ is also available at www.culturela.org:

http://www.culturela.org/publicart/publicpercent.html

Call for Submissions: Cine Sin Fin: The Annual East Los Angeles Chicana/o Film Festival, which will be held the week of November 6 -11, 2006 at various locations throughout the Greater LA area. In addition, Cine Sin Fin continues its monthly screenings at Casa De Sousa Caf? located in the Historical Placita Olvera, LA & at select national venues such as the Cheech Marin "Chicano Art Exhibit" in Fort Lauderdale, FL; Albuquerque, NM; Coachella; San Jose; Visalia; Pico Rivera and many more to come.

Requirements: send any length (format VHS or DVD) film with synopsis and press kit (if available), to: Cine Sin Fin, c/o A La Brava PR, Inc, 673 S Fickett St, LA, CA 90023

Deadline: September 16, 2006

All films submitted and selected will become part of our library and may be shown at all our venues; we will respect all requests to do otherwise. For further information regarding Cine Sin Fin submission guidelines, internship and volunteer opportunities, or to be a sponsor call (323) 265-2344 or for further information go to www.alabrava.com or contact at cinesinfin@hotmail.com

The 4th Annual Chicano Art show ?Into the Future: Aztlan ?06? is coming up at the dA Center for the Arts. They invite you to participate. The Chicano art show will be held from October 14 ? November 26, 2006. Two artists? receptions will be held. Contact me for the artist package that contains more information, the official artist invitation letter, the entry form & the reception postcard. Save Sunday, September 24, for the Art drop off and the now famous barbecue at our house. Call Frank me if you have questions at 909.399.0932 home or 909.241.4249 cell.

Feliz Dia De Los Muertos, Ginette Rondeau, Curator & Editor of the Olvera-Street.com newsletter is delighted to announce their ?Annual Dia De Los Muertos Juried Exhibition.? The entry form and details of this exhibition are posted at www.Olvera-Street.com. The deadline for artists? submissions is September. Heartfelt works of art are being solicited: altars, painting, sculptures, photography, etchings, mix-media, and more. It is essential that the work represent the true meaning of Dia De Los Muertos.

Ideally, some of the altar entries would include interactive elements that would allow public participation. For example, if you created a personal altar for someone who died of cancer, then you could dedicate that altar to whoever inspired it and also to all cancer victims. Many of their visitors in the past have been very grateful for the opportunity to put photos or simply write names of their beloved on the altar. It has been quite touching and it gives the gallery a life of its own.

She is looking forward to all the wonderful entries to create an exciting place to journey. As you may already know, the exhibit has been a precious place for their visitors and the countless school children that attend. She has been very proud that to share this treasured and very loving tradition. The exhibit has been a place where their guests can feel free to speak of their beloved, to reflect and to heal. It is a wonderful way to honor our beloved and a beautiful experience to share with others.


About RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina:
RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina is an artist/jeweler/ activist/y que mas, quien sabe.




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