The Byrd Museum is in Arlington Heights, LA hosting a gallery space with inclusivity showcasing exhibitions and related events. Owner Brittany Byrd shines light on individuality through her personal work and creative endeavors connecting especially with BIPOC artists in the gallery space. The Gallery is open for viewing every day from 12pm-4pm and closed every Sunday.
Open Mind Art Space is an Art Gallery located in Santa Monica showcasing a range of contemporary works of art. Their space aims to provide a safe location for open conversations about different topics within art as a community. Along with viewing and showcasing opportunities, they host workshops ranging in mediums of focus.
The 10eleven Showroom is a space for contemporary clothing designers located on 9th Street in Los Angeles to display their work. Beginning in 1989, 10eleven has grown into a unique space with large flats designated for fashion viewing in LA County and New York. They are currently seeking a Wholesale Fashion Sales Intern at their Los Angeles location.
Contact: (213) 627-1641
Legacy Film is a videography production company which has worked with numerous foundations and organizations located in Los Angeles County. Their organization can aid in the production and services of creating a film in any genre. They are currently seeking a production intern assisting with daily operations of current projects.
Contact: (323) 364-9049
Riveting Entertainment is an Independent Music Label and Studio which has worked with Award Winning Artists helping with the production of music videos and commercial material. Working in the entertainment industry, RE has a range of work they have accomplished. They are currently seeking an intern assisting the production team on set and helping with daily projects and objectives.
The Hill Street Country Club is a non-profit community arts organization located in Downtown Oceanside, CA. The Country Club strives to promote local creatives with an inclusive framework through hosting exhibitions, workshops, discussions and more. This space works to reshape the culture of the arts especially within North County San Diego demonstrating diversity and communal efforts. Volunteer opportunities arise with incoming exhibits and events, more information can be found on their website.
Backfence Society is a non-profit gallery located in Downtown Vista, California. This space is for artists to showcase and sell their work, hold short term art residencies (gallery use for working, no living provided) and host related events. Additionally, the gallery hosts monthly Trash Walks in Vista, CA and Figure Drawing workshops every Tuesday through Zoom. ($12/per person & 18+) For more information please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oceanside Museum of Art is an art gallery located in Downtown Oceanside near City Hall. OMA alternates exhibitions every three months which range in contemporary arts and content. Masters of specific mediums also host seminars and workshops at the museum focusing on techniques and historical significance. The Museum is always accepting volunteers to aid with docenting (tours), arts administration and education support.
The California Center for the Arts, Escondido is located in Downtown Escondido, CA. The Museum offers a range of Exhibitions and Performing Arts programs open to the public to view and volunteer for gaining experience and knowledge. There are a range of ways to volunteer for the Museum expanding from Exhibit Tours to Tech Assistance while events are taking place.
Art Miles Mural Project/Muramid Mural Museum and Art Center offers arts education through creating murals around the globe, especially aiding countries who lack funding. This organization is always accepting volunteers in aiding their mission to spread art to children with an operating location off El Camino Real in Oceanside, CA.
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Base Programs is a Non-Profit organization with the mission of providing educational enrichment programs for the youth population in North County San Diego. Two CSUSM Alumni Students came together to create this foundation located in Downtown Oceanside. They offer volunteer and employment opportunities through their website.
The Boys and Girls Club of San Marcos aims to provide a space for students to succeed in their personal and educational lives. They offer a range of programs for students ages 6 - 18 years old such as the arts, leadership and recreation. Volunteer opportunities also range from assisting with their planned programs from coordinating your own workshop to share with their kids.
The Boys and Girls Club of Vista is looking for volunteers assisting with their Arts and Crafts programming which would include: assisting an art instructor with workshops, interacting with students, having a positive attitude and much more. This would also include the ability to lead some projects within the curriculum.
Contact: (760) 724-6606
The San Diego Museum of Art is a historical visual arts museum located in Balboa Pak, CA which includes a variety of renowned work. The SDMA is always accepting volunteers to assist with museum duties and offers employment opportunities.
Thumbprint Gallery is located in La Jolla, CA providing a place for emerging and well-known artists to showcase their work as solo exhibitions and amongst one another in group shows. The goal for the gallery is to bring the community together in enjoying creative works and appreciating the talent of local artists.
The Media Arts Center in San Diego offers inclusive Media Arts programs, festivals and related events for all ages. Their organization offers a movie theater and technology center for the community to utilize and to spread accessibility and knowledge in the area of filmmaking.
The Aja Project is a non-profit organization focusing on accessible arts education and programming founded by CSUSM Arts Professor Rizzhel Javier. Their mission is stemmed in engaging with the San Diego youth through visual arts and documentaries to bring a communal understanding. The Aja Project hosts events and workshops focusing on the impact of art on the community at low accessible costs.
Contact: (619) 259-0136
A Reason to Survive Arts is an organization promoting creative arts workshops for children ages 8-18 years old. They offer volunteer, intern and career opportunities located in National City, California. Their mission is to offer a space for kids to explore their artistic talents and learn from local creatives in San Diego County.
This Internship would include assisting her with the production and installation of an exhibit with Professional Artist, Michelle Montjoy. The skills and outcomes from this opportunity include experience enhancing personal artistic skills. Desired Qualifications: Willingness to learn Some skills in textile work and computer aptitude helpful. Special consideration for applicants with web design and photography.
Sleeping Giant Music is an entertainment organization working in the areas of booking and aiding in the logistics side of the industry. They are currently seeking a booking agency intern who would aid in research, complete operational tasks and more.