DEADLINE EXTENDED - California Arts Council Seeks New Director
DEADLINE EXTENDED. The California Arts Council is seeking a new Director. The Director is a key member of the Arts Council's executive management team, reporting directly to the Chair and Members of the Council. This position is an exempt state position appointed by the Council, and applications are due by April 1, 2011. SEE JOB POSTING
Feature Story: Taking Care of Art -- With Business
This feature was written by Rose Friedland, a University of California-Irvine student and former intern at the California Arts Council (Summer 2009). Her article examines how important the fundamentals of business is for individuals looking to make a career and life in the arts.
Legislators Greet Sacramento-area Arts Organizations on Senate Floor
Legislators greeted and commended representatives from Sacramento-region arts organization for the good work they do in the community. Fourteen arts organizations were honored in the Senate Chamber on Valentine's Day (Monday, February 14) by State Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, Senator Doug LaMalfa, Senator Lois Wolk, Assemblymember Richard Pan, Assemblymember Roger Dickinson, Assemblymember Jim Nielsen, and Assemblymember Mariko Yamada. SEE PHOTOS SEE PRESS RELEASE.
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