Call for Artists - Apply by Oct. 15th
Angels Gate Cultural Center (AGCC) is excited to announce that we will be serving as a Cultural Hub for the Artists At Work (AAW) program in partnership with THE OFFICE performing arts + film through generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. AGCC is currently in search of two local artists for a year-long paid artist residency. Artists At Work is a workforce resilience program designed to support the rebuilding of healthy communities through artistic civic engagement. Conceived as a public/private partnership, the program will provide a salary, plus full health benefits and professional development resources directly to participating artists; provide financial support to participating local cultural organizations; and connect both to the work of local social impact initiatives in areas such as antiracism, justice reform, sustainability and equitable development, health, economy, homelessness and housing, child welfare, and immigration. It is designed to impact the whole ecosystem of a community. Click here for more information and application instructions. Deadline: October 15th, 2021
Artists At Work is produced and administered by THE OFFICE performing arts + film with generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. THE OFFICE extends special thanks to the FreshGrass Foundation for their partnership and support and thanks to local partner Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture and AAW national partners International Storytelling Center, Sundance and Theater of War Productions.