The engagement will take place at the Garcia Center for the Arts - 536 W. 11th St. in San Bernardino at 7pm:
La Pasión Según Berenice (1976 – Jaime Humberto Hermosillo) - Tuesday, May 28th
El Castillo de la Pureza (1972 – Arturo Ripstein) - Wednesday, May 29th
El Rincón de Las Virgenes (1972 – Alberto Issac) - Thursday, May 30th
*El Principio (1978 – Gonzalo Martinez Ortega) - Thursday, May 30th (*9pm)
A discussion with the audience led by film critic Juan Rodriguez Flores will follow the screenings
“I’m excited to have a conversation of a time marked by social and political transformation in Mexico that prompted its filmmakers to challenge the traditional national narrative of bucolic country life and of epic family melodrama which prevailed throughout the Era of Golden Cinema. The Mexican filmmakers of the 70s showed great courage, and ingenuity, in their portrayals of family dysfunction, political corruption, and passion not bound by conservative conventions.” Said CECUT’s Binational Director Dr. Juan Rodriguez Flores.”
"This exciting partnership shows how deeply the roots of Art truly has no borders" said Dr Ernest Garcia, Executive Director and namesake of the Garcia Center for the Arts
“I’m looking forward to a strong collaboration between the Garcia Center and the Consulate of Mexico in San Bernardino that will engage local residents in thought-provoking programming from Mexico.” Expressed Tammy Garcia Chiang, Consulate of Mexico in San Bernardino, Community Affairs Coordinator.
About Mexican Cinema of the 70s
"At the aftermath of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, the 70's is one of the most important transitions in the history of cinema. It is when an opening is finally given to new filmmakers in Mexico. Before those years the industry was very closed and the productions were very large and with stories written with the sole purpose of taking the audience to the theaters. It was a very familiar formula of cinema with its exceptions. It is from the 70s that new directors arrive with the concern to present new stories, most of them influenced by European cinema. " - Ulises Castañeda,Crónica
Saint John’s Episcopal Church is sponsoring a Community Film Project to highlight the uplifting and positive efforts of the local San Bernardino community to support relationships in their neighborhoods. Through generosity, beauty, and grace, the films to be produced as a part of this project will tell the stories of the people who are living and working together to make our communities stronger, together.
Selected artist(s) will be required to work directly in the selected communities and facilitate storytelling and filmmaking workshops to co-create storylines for the films to be produced. Three short films (3 minutes each) will be produced and screened at a community event, hosted at St. John’s Church at the completion of the project in September 2019.
Deadline to Apply is April 29, 2019
Application and more information can be found online:
A project of St. John’s Episcopal Church
Grant funding provided by: Feeding Hungry Hearts Foundation
Prepared by: Arts Connection - the Arts Council of San Bernardino County
Join us in celebrating the opening of the new Yucaipa Performing Arts Center. April 11, 2019, from 3-6pm.
Ceremony starts at 3pm. Tours are until 6pm.
The Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (YPAC) is a multi-use venue in the heart of Historic Uptown Yucaipa which is located at the base of the San Bernardino National Forest. The City of Yucaipa completed construction of the building in 2019, providing a space for all types of performing arts including concerts, dance, community theater, galas, and major events. The 16,000 sq. ft. facility includes a flexible theater with retractable seating, a black box stage, classroom spaces, and an outdoor stage facing the new 14,000 sq. ft. Uptown Park. The City hosts a number of festivals in the Uptown district throughout the year, all of which incorporate live music, and aim to promote community engagement through the arts.
California is The State of the Arts and should be known as the Leading State of Creativity.
Starting in 2019, April will officially be Arts, Culture and Creativity Month in the state of California. We need the public investment to make this a reality for all Californians! Let's connect, advocate and mobilize our efforts to advance the arts across the state. Want to get involved? Check out our Ways to Engage guide.
Exhibition Services Coordinator for Sam Maloof exhibit
Ontario Museum of History & Art
● 225 Euclid Avenue ● Ontario, Ca 91762
Exhibit Dates: Thursday, January 23, 2020 to Sunday, March 19 2020.
Services on the project shall begin immediately and shall be completed by April 30, 2020.
Scope of Work:
1. In consultation with Museum Staff and assistant in the development of the exhibition’s concept/theme.
a. Participate in development meetings with Museum Staff.
b. Assist in the produce of an exhibit timeline in conjunction with Museum Staff.
c. Consult with Museum Staff on budget and expenses. All expenses must be pre-approved in writing by the Museum Director.
2. Research exhibit content, artifacts, and artwork.
3. Draft an interpretive materials for use in the exhibition.
a. Assist in developing interpretive panels.
b. Assist in creating marketing materials.
c. Assist in creating a gallery guide/publication.
d. Assist in drafting label text for Museum approval.
4. Be physically present during installation as needed/jointly determined with Museum Director.
5. Assist with public program development and conduct or produce workshops or reception. =
6. Assist with distribution public relations/advertising materials to community/social media.
a. Coordinate with Museum Staff to promote the exhibit.
b. Work with the Museum Staff to produce and distribute any marketing and PR materials with approval of the Museum Director and the City of Ontario.
7. Collaborate with the Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation, Chaffey Museum of History and Art, the Ontario Museum of History and Art, artists, vendor, and city departments.
Interpretive Materials 35%
For consideration the Museum is requesting a resume, exhibit portfolio, and professional references.
No phone calls please
Deadline for submission is April 30, 2019 at 4 PM.
Pay will be discussed at selection.
If selected the Museum will need: proof of liability insurance coverage.
The essential functions performed by the Exhibition Services Coordinator typically include the following:
- • Assist in-house exhibition research, development, preparation, and installation.
- • Assist Exhibitions, Education and Collection Curators on expanded public program development.
- • Assists and coordinates in development of exhibits using collection based objects.
- • Assists and coordinates in the development of graphic materials related to cross marketing with local and regional exhibits.
- • Assist curatorial positions and provides support in focus areas of exhibition
- • Assists and coordinates with the development and implementation of marketing strategies and tools.
Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in
Art, History, or closely related field.
Two years of experience with installing, uninstalling, crating, and preparing museum exhibits for travel, including one year of program event development and implementation.
Valid Class C CA driver's license and an acceptable driving record at the time of appointment and throughout employment.
March 8, 2019: 10-11:30am. We all know the arts make a difference in our lives. We all remember that one performance, painting or poem that changed our perspective or helped us through a difficult moment.
But how we do talk about the arts with our assembly members, our city council members and other funders in order to advance creative opportunities locally and across our region.
Let’s start with a few basics.
Join Patrick Brien, Executive Director of Riverside Arts Council, and Jennifer Kane, Executive Director of Arts Connection - San Bernardino County’s Arts Council for a hands-on, practical workshop to develop your advocacy voice.
Additionally, both Jennifer and Patrick proudly serve on the board of both the California Arts Advocates and Californians for the Arts and are excited to share some simple tools and talking point to take into your work, and most importantly we will be practicing some of those conversations to make Arts Advocacy easier, for everyone.
536 W 11th St
San Bernardino CA
JOSHUA TREE ART GALLERY PRESENTS JTAG EXPO 2019.
Call for artist submissions for JTAG EXPO 2019.
Saturday, June 15 to Saturday, June 29 2019. OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, June 15, 6 to 8 pm
Artist Agrees to the following.
Maximum size 30” x 40” in any dimension
A label on the back of the art is required stating: Artist, Title, Medium, Size, Price. All Artwork must have hanging fixtures and a label on the back.
Artist assumes full responsibility for Insurance of Artwork, Delivery and Pickup. Artwork may be shipped to JTAG, PO Box 1107, Joshua Tree, Ca. 92252. (Prepaid label w/Return Address.) JTAG Gallery reserves the right to refuse any work not suitable for the exhibition.
JTAG Gallery assumes responsibility for hanging of artwork ‘Salon Style’.
No commission will be taken on sales. Sales tax will be collected.
It is the artist’s responsibility to pay the tax to the proper authority.
JTAG and its members will not be responsible for loss, theft or damage to the work of art submitted.
A check for 30.00 one entry, two entries 45.00 is to be made out to: Joshua Tree Art Gallery
Deadline for application submission is:Tuesday June 1st, 20189
Artist will deliver Art to JTAG: Monday, June 10 •10am to 12PM
Artist agrees to pick up work on: Sunday June 30 • 12 - 2PM pm Any work not picked up will become the property of JTAG.
Tear off and send with check
Check the attic, the closet and the garage for gently-used wall art pieces and donate them to the Attic Art Sale to help raise funds for art education in Redlands. Sponsored by the Redlands Festival of Arts (RFA) and the Redlands Art Association (RAA), the Attic Art Sale is a two-day art event with over 300 pieces of art that might typically be purchased in a gallery, but at bargain prices that could yield some lost treasures.
The sale opens Friday, March 1, with a $25 per person cocktail party preview sale, 5:30 to 8:00 pm, at The Museum of Redlands (MOR), 700 Brookside Ave. The collection opens to the public on Saturday, March 2, from 8 am to 3 pm.
Event organizers are seeking donations of wall art, which can be dropped off until Thursday, February 28 at the offices of Lois Lauer Century 21 Realty, 1998 Orange Tree Lane, from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday thru Friday, and 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Art donors with questions should call Shirley Harry: 909-214-7179 or email her: . For general information or to purchase preview sale tickets, call the RAA at (909) 792-8435.
Shirley Harry, Event Chair, said, “This is a wonderful opportunity to edit your wall art collection and share art that you’ve enjoyed, but no longer have a place to display. Best of all, you’ll be helping us raise badly needed funds for arts education programs.”
People often call the RAA and the RFA to ask what they can do with inherited artwork or pieces that they’ve purchased and no longer want. Unfortunately, Harry says that it’s harder to sell art on the secondary market than one might think.
This fun event offers art lovers an opportunity to donate their artwork to a local charitable organization for a potential tax deduction. Art donors will fill out a donation form listing the artwork and its value, but will need to consult a tax professional to comply with IRS rules.
Claremont McKenna College's commitment to supporting our local Inland Empire non-profits expands this year through a new certificate program. This program will be facilitated by the Kravis Lab for Social Impact, a new office on campus. Some of you may know us from when we were under the Kravis Leadership Institute umbrella. We are excited to launch this program as one of our inaugural Kravis Lab community offerings.
Often when non-profits provide products and services, they define their impact by the execution of services, how many people they have reached, how many products used or other quantifiable evidence of service delivered. But is that impact? Kravis Lab defines impact as the effect or influence of one person, thing, or action, on another. This program asks non-profits to see beyond the number of people they have reached, and explore and identify the existing ways in which they are transforming the lives of those people and/or their communities because of their interventions.
This spring we are hosting a 4-workshop series to help non-profits implement tools to track their impact: Tools for Research & Evaluation Design – Making the Case for Funding. These series of workshops will support local non-profit and community-based organizations to design and implement a research and evaluation strategy that evidences the impact of their missions. Every month NPO/CBOs will learn a variety of tools for impact measurement, how to frame the story of their impact, and how to use it for influence, fundraising, recruitment and support. The final workshop will feature a funding panel who will help participants understand their funding evaluation criteria and guide them through developing a succinct framing of their impact strategy.
- Workshop #1: Feb 9 - Understanding Research and Evaluation Design – What Approaches are Right for Your Mission?
- Workshop #2: Mar 9 - How to Deploy the Model for Social Change – Designing Community Based Participatory Research Plans
- Workshop #3: April 13 - How to Use Secondary Data to Inform Your Research and Evaluation Plans
- Workshop #4: Jun 5 - How to Explain Evaluation to Funders – A Funders Panel and Poster Presentation on Research and Evaluation