Image Equity Fellowship
Google's first-ever Image Equity Fellowship is a 6-month, application-based Fellowship awarded to 20 early-career image-based creators of color in the US. Selected Fellows will receive $20,000 in unrestricted funds to create an image-based project that explores and uplifts community(ies) of color with care and nuance. Fellows will receive support from Google and three industry-celebrated nonprofit partners—Aperture, For Freedoms & FREE THE WORK—in the form of dedicated mentorship, workshops, funding and publication of and press for their completed projects.
In addition to the $20,000 unrestricted award, selected Fellows will receive direct support and curated guidance from industry-celebrated mentors and monthly workshop programming designed to empower these artists as creatives and business people.
The Image Equity Fellowship will…
AGUILAS Retreat 2022
AGUILAS is pleased to announce their 2022 AGUILAS RETREAT. Their theme this year is “Taking Action For Your Rights, Health, and Life."
Their team created a fun and culturally relevant event for members to live their best lives and finally celebrate Pride Month together in person. It will be held at the San Francisco LGBT Center on two consecutive Saturdays: June 4th and 11th, from 10 am to 4 pm.
Features 4 Workshops:
- Artist's Design Concept
- Brazilian "SF Pride" Dance
- Sex Exploration
- Advocacy: Raise Your Voice
- Including HIV/STI Testing with UCIS Alliance Health Project
- Free Gift Bag: Exclusive Simon Malvaez & J Manual Designer Tote & Scarf Sephora Cosmetic Bag, and more!
- Come to…
SFFilm Youth Filmmakers Camp
SFFILM Education’s Youth Filmmaker Camp is an intensive summer program for teens ages 14–18 to learn from world-class film professionals in a fun, interactive, and collaborative environment. The program is broken up into two experience levels: the Starter Lab, which is for beginner students looking to learn the basics of filmmaking and enhance their storytelling skills; and the Advanced Lab, which is for students who want to build upon their existing skills. All students dive deep into the filmmaking process by learning about screenwriting, storyboarding, production, cinematography, sound, editing, and much more.
- Location: University of San Francisco
- Starter Lab: July 11–22, 2022 from 9 am to 4 pm
- Advanced Lab: July 25–August 5, 2022 from 9…
Emmy Lou Packard: Artist of Conscience (Richmond Art Center)
- Location: Main Gallery (Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA)
- Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
- Exhibition Dates: June 22 - August 20, 2022
- Reception: Saturday, June 18, 2pm-4pm
All events are free and open to the public. No RSVP needed.
- Opening Reception: Saturday, June 18, 2pm-4pm
- How Emmy Lou Packard Made Her Prints (demonstration): Saturday, July 16, 12pm-2pm
- Rebel Art: Emmy Lou Packard’s Legacy (panel discussion): Friday, July 29, 6pm-7:30pm
- Film screening of Rivera In America: Thursday, August 11, 6:30pm-8:30pm
- Closing Reception with The Great Tortilla Conspiracy: Saturday, August 20, 12pm-2pm
Mauricio Santos: Celebrate a Lifetime
- Friday, May 20, 2022 from 6 pm to 9 pm
- Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission St, San Francisco CA
Mauricio Santos was born in El Salvador and migrated to San Francisco in the early 1960s. He graduated from Balboa High School and attended CCSF in 1968 and graduated from SF State College in 1970. He was known as “el gordo”, and had a jovial and vibrant personality, and was known for his sense of humor and his perennial smile. Mauricio enjoyed life to the fullest.
SF Arts Commission Career Opportunity
The San Francisco Arts Commission is hiring two Program Officers for Arts and Culture.
- Department: Arts Commission
- Job Class: 1842-Management Assistant
- Role Type: Permanent Exempt
- Hours: Full-time
Make your mark on the City of San Francisco as the Arts Commission's Program Officer. As the Art Commission’s Program Officer, you will support the Community Investments (CI) team to administer over $8 million in annual grant investments, develop community engagement activities, and increase technical assistance and professional development workshops for San Francisco artists, arts organizations, and historically marginalized communities.
The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) is the City agency that champions the arts as essential to daily life by investing in a vibrant arts community, enlivening…
SCRAP is Seeking Teaching Artists in the Visual Arts
"We are seeking working teaching artists who work primarily in the visual arts to support our arts education program, SCRAP in a Box, which is administered during the fall, spring and summer semesters in multiple week units where relationships with students are central to the position. We work through partnerships with community organizations and afterschool programs with students from ages 5-17
We want to work with teaching artists who are interested in working collaboratively with our programs department to design and develop curriculum utilizing repurposed materials from SCRAP and with lesson plans that relate to or emphasize environmental consciousness.
We would like applicants to have a demonstrated commitment to developing connections with students and who have the…
Latinx Teaching Artist Fellowship
Priority Deadline: Monday, May 9, 2022
About the Latinx Teaching Artist Fellowship
Root Division is currently seeking applicants for the 2022-23 Latinx Teaching-Artist Fellowship (LTAF). In its 13th year, the fellowship provides free studio workspace to two Latinx artists in exchange for being an integral part of Root Division’s Studios Program. In large part, the commitment involves teaching classes two afternoons per week at Mission Education Center (MEC), a K-5 newcomer school for children who have recently emigrated from Latin America to San Francisco.
Working as teaching-artists in residence for the full school year, LTAFs develop and facilitate projects in our My Two Homes curriculum, which guides students in discussions, story-telling, and art-making around in their transition…
Juan Pablo Gutiérrez – A Life Remembered
Saturday March 26, 2022, from 4:30pm to 7:30pm
Mission Neighborhood Center
362 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA (Between 18th and 19th Streets)
RSVP to email@example.com before Monday, March 21, 2022
Limited in-person admittance due to COVID precautions
Protective masking and vaccinations are requested for everyone's safety
Los muertos no se venden, pero sí se recurdan!
El Colectivo del Rescate Cultural
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, presents its new Executive Director Dr. Martina Ayala!
Dr. Martina Ayala is a visionary leader, founder and pioneer of innovative programs and schools, consultant, and management executive of 35 years, working for different institutions of higher education, and social service nonprofits serving inter-generational multicultural communities.
An award-winning filmmaker, recognized educator, and community leader. She has curated art exhibits in San Francisco and Los Angeles focusing on the Day of the Dead, gentrification, curanderismo and women. Dr. Ayala has produced numerous concerts and cultural events through Martina La Latina Productions throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Mexico.
She is an academic scholar and activist that holds a Doctorate in International and Multicultural Education from University of San Francisco. Her life’s work has focused on Chicano film, spirituality,…