Arcadia Contemporary presents "Poets and Artists," an exhibition curated by John Seed and hosted by Arcadia Contemporary

Featuring works from:
Jamie Adams
Erin Anderson
Bo Bartlett
Aleah Chapin
Carl Dobsky
Michelle Doll
Anne Harris
F. Scott Hess
Jason John
David Kassan
Daniel  Maidman
Susannah Martin
Dan McCleary
Kimberly Merrill
Ricky Mujica
Serena Potter
Lee Price
Nadine Robbins
Irvin Rodriguez
Bradford J. Salamon
Victoria  Selbach
Betty Shelton
Cynthia Sitton
Jon Swihart
Michael Van Zeyl
Conor Walton
Nick Ward
& Peter Zokosky

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
6 pm to 9 pm

This exhibition continues until December 13.
Arcadia Contemporary, Town Plaza, 9428 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232


Use the code: 
25% off entire order
Active from today until Dec 11

I am an artist fixated on the landscape of the face, head, body, and all that makes up a portrait and contributes to a dialogue on identity. I transcribe my responses and interpretations of what I observe through layers of colors and the sheer accumulation of marks resulting in a pile of thoughts made manifest by considered and expressed responses of what I see...and what I don't.


California ArtBeat
California Arts Council
Advancing California through the Arts and Creativity
November 22, 2017
Follow on Twitter
Friend on Facebook
Forward to Friend

CAC to offer 3 in-person grant workshops

We're inviting local arts and nonprofit organizations in the regions of San BernardinoVisalia, and Joshua Tree to join us on December 13 for free grant workshops! CAC staff will be on hand to help you find grant opportunities that fit your organization's needs and offer tricks of the trade to maximize your application's effectiveness. For more information and to register, click the location for each workshop.

CAC to host 4 webinars for grant overview

The California Arts Council will offer three separate webinars in December, and one in January, designed to guide prospective grantees through the program offerings and application process, offer tips, and address questions. A general Informational Webinar (Dec. 5) will provide an overview of all program offerings, and specialized Arts and Justice (Dec. 12), Arts Education(Dec. 19), and Cultural Pathways (Jan. 9) webinars will focus on opportunities within their respective categories. Click each webinar hyperlink for more information and to register.

CAC grant season begins December 5

Mark your calendar: Eight of the California Art Council's grant programs will open for applications on December 5, with seven more to follow by the end of the month. We've got the details to get you geared up for grant season!  MORE >>

Call for panelists continues - help shape a creative CA!

We’re still seeking candidates to apply to serve on peer-review panels for our grant programs in the spring of 2018. With your help, we can ensure that our grant application review process is democratic, fair and representative of California’s diversity. Apply by December 31.  MORE >>

what's new
Executive Director
California Poets in the Schools
Booking Agent
The Historic Spreckels Theatre
San Diego, CA
Development Associate
Japanese American National Museum
Los Angeles, CA
Associate Director of Donor Engagement
Japanese American National Museum
Los Angeles, CA
artist calls
East Bay Fund for Artists
East Bay Community Foundation
Deadline: 2018-02-01
Little Tokyo Service Center +LAB Artist Residency 
Little Tokyo Service Center
Los Angeles, CA
Road Maps
Gallery Route One
Point Reyes Station, CA
Utility Box Public Art Program
City of Redondo Beach
Redondo Beach, CA
Emeryville Greenway Mural Project
City of Emeryville
Emeryville, CA
Always Use Protection! Submitting Your Ideas Without Getting Ripped Off
California Lawyers for the Arts
Los Angeles, CA
Date: 2017-12-05
forward this
contact us
Do you know someone who might be interested in receiving this weekly newsletter?
You're receiving this newsletter because you subscribed.
California Arts Council
1300 I Street
Suite 930
Sacramento, CA 95814

Roman Architecture The Pantheon cc

Artist: Michael Borremans