February 22, 2016 in Animation & Visual Effects, Announcements, Digital Filmmaking, E'vents, Fine Arts, Game Art & Design, Interactive Audio, Live Music, Motion Graphic Design, Motion Graphics, Programs, Sound Arts, Student Alliance, Student Events, Student Groups and Clubs, Students by Nicholas Bizzack
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April 18, 2012 in Announcements, Contests/Competitions by vicki
Emeryville’s Earth Day Celebration
Recycled Art Exhibition and Purchase Award 2012
Theme: “Bottles and Cans”
REQUEST FOR ARTWORK
The City of Emeryville’s Community Service Department is requesting art pieces from student, emerging and professional artists working in three-dimensional art pieces made “primarily” from recyclable beverage bottles (glass and/or plastic) and metal beverage cans. Art works must be in a format that can be safely displayed to the public and moved by the artist or artists’ team to the City of Emeryville’s Earth Day Celebration Recycled Art Exhibition on April 21, 2012 by 10:30am. Each artist must provide a written description of the artwork not to exceed one letter-sized page in paper form for display at the event (and be able to send this description electronically to the City if selected as a finalist). The artwork will be exhibited at the Earth Day Celebration Recycled Art Exhibition on 62nd Street (ie: on the pavement) between Hollis and Doyle Streets in an outdoor exhibition (rain or shine) setting on April 21, 2012 from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Art pieces must be dropped off to the Exhibition area (62nd St between Hollis and Doyle) by 10:30am on Saturday, April 21. For more information and art piece guidelines, please click here. For more information about the Earth Day Events, click here.
The goal of the exhibition is to creatively enliven Emeryville’s Earth Day Celebration with a diverse collection of artworks made completely from recyclable beverage bottles (plastic and/or glass) and metal drinking cans to help spread the awareness of recycling and overall environmental awareness. Two artists will be selected as finalists and will have their work purchased and displayed for a one-year period (estimated to be May 2012 through May 2013). The two finalists will receive $250 each for the purchase of their artwork. Artists or Artists’ Teams not selected as finalists will not receive compensation for their work or exhibition.
October 28, 2010 in Animation & Visual Effects, E'vents, Game Art & Design, Motion Graphic Design, Sound Arts by vicki
San Francisco Film Society Fall Season
November 11-14, 2010
Landmark’s Embarcadero Center Cinema
The San Francisco International Animation Festival celebrates the region’s preeminence as a hub for one of the most creative forms in cinema. Join us for an enticing mix of the latest FX-based features, anime, family-friendly cartoons and wonderfully unclassifiable shorts from around the world, and a fabulous Opening Night party. This year’s festival includes Hayao Miyazaki protégé Sunao Katabuchi’s Mai Mai Miracle, the Decemberists-inspired Here Come the Waves: The Hazards of Love Visualized, six wildly diverse shorts programs and a live animation and musical performance by artist duo Semiconductor. For tickets and more information, visit http://www.sffs.org/Screenings-and-Events/Fall-Season/SF-Intl-Animation-Festival. For more information about the San Francisco Film Society, please go to http://sffs.org/.
June 2, 2010 in E'vents by vicki
Youth in Arts offers K-12 students experiences and instruction in the visual and performing arts in Marin County, and works to enrich the community with cultural events.
An upcoming event and volunteer opportunity is Bella Terra: 17th Annual Italian Street Painting Festival on June 12 and 13. There will be street painters (madonnari) painting the streets of San Rafael with chalk art, music, and food throughout the weekend.
For volunteer opportunities for the 2010 Italian Street Painting Festival, visit the Volunteer Page: http://www.youthinarts.org/ispf_volunteers.html.
For more information about Youth in Arts, visit their webpage at http://www.youthinarts.org/.