Uh-oh! Job postings missing in action

Have you posted a job opportunity on the California Arts Council's website recently?  If so, please resubmit it. 

Unfortunately, we've just learned that during a website update, job listings posted from August 26 through September 7 were inadvertently eliminated. We apologize for the inconvenience, but do hope you will complete the online submission form again so you can broadly advertise your opportunity on one of our most popular pages. We promise to review submissions quickly and get back up to speed soon! 

The California Arts Council to meet in San Francisco

The California Arts Council will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, in The Fisher Room at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 200 Larkin Street; (415) 581-3600. The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at approximately 4:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend and address the Council during the public comment period at approximately 2:00 p.m. Public testimony will be time-limited.

Here's what you said about our "Opportunities" web pages...

A few weeks ago, we asked you to tell us if your "panning for gold" on our Opportunities web pages...Grants, Artist Calls, Jobs...yielded any results. YES! appears to be the answer. 

Arts in the Media
License Plate adArts in the Media page keeps up with news, features and editorials on arts-related issues from major news sources
Arts Insider News
Arts Insider News keeps the arts community up-to-date with arts-related information that might not be included in major news outlets
Other Grants
The California Arts Council is often notified of other financial opportunities like grants and initiatives, and we pass the information along to California ArtBeat readers
Conferences and Seminars
See the different events for administrators, educators and professionals in the arts in California
Arts Jobs
Looking for work? See the different arts-related jobs available for Californians
Artist Calls
Artists of all types are always in demand -- see what's available for Californians statewide, nationally and even internationally
Research and Reports
Reports and studies on the arts as they relate to education, the economy, communities, quality of life, and other aspects of our lives

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