California LGBT Arts Alliance Monthly E-Newsletter
January 2022
View this email in your browser
The California LGBT Arts Alliance wants to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season! We hope you all enjoy this holiday season and are surrounded by love and happiness. After this year it is important to remember to share and give kindness to everyone around you. Thank you all for being part of the Alliance family and for supporting our mission of advocating for LGBTQ+ creatives in SoCal. The Alliance is grateful for our supporters, sponsors, partners, and community members for your continued collaboration and look forward to more in 2022!

Dante Alencastre, He/Him
Executive Director
California LGBT Arts Alliance
Top Of The News
Pioneers of Queer Cinema
January 7, 2022 - February 27, 2022




Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2020, the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project has made a priority of documenting, preserving and exhibiting LGBTQ+ moving images from an inspiring collection of over 40,000 holdings, now the largest publicly accessible collection of LGBTQ+ films in the world.
The organizers and supporters of this series hope to introduce and reacquaint audiences with landmark queer works and their makers, while inspiring new conversations and renewed action surrounding the complex obstacles LGBTQ+ communities continue to face.

Learn More & Register
Comedy Show
January 8, Palm Springs




Back by popular demand, actor & comedian JASON STUART! Last summer, he headlined (and sold out) the beautiful new DESERT ROSE PLAYHOUSE with his stand up comedy act!
One journalist commented “If Joan Rivers & Don Rickels had a gay son, it would be comedian Jason Stuart”.
M.C. will be the super funny Melissa Greenberg.
All seats get cocktail service before and during shows!

Learn More
A Syllabus on Transgender and Nonbinary Methods for Art and Art History
David J. Getsy & Che Gossett




Published online 27 December 2021
(Pages 100-115)

Learn More, Get PDF
Art Events Calendar

• FESTIVALS

January 30, 2022 Los Angeles
Pioneers of Queery Cinema series
Short film ‘Blue Diary’ by Jenni Olson
Facebook Link
Tickets


• EVENTS

January 1  West Hollywood
Celebration Theatre 
“Indigiqueer Identity: Reclaiming Past, Present, and Future”

January 1 – 9  San Francisco
New Conservatory Theatre Center
Gently Down The Stream

January 2  San Jose
Silicon Valley Pride
Drag Brunch

January 7 - February 27 Los Angeles
Outfest, IndieCollect and UCLA
Pioneers of Queer Cinema

January 8  Palm Springs
Desert Rose Playhouse
Comedy Show
 
January 14 –  February 20    San Francisco
New Conservatory Theatre Center 
Getting There

January 19 – February 19  Palm Springs
Desert Rose Playhouse
Mid-Century Moderns

January 28 – June 22  New York
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art
Not Me, Not That, Not Nothing Either

Artist Calls & Grants
The California Arts Council (CAC) maintains a database dedicated to opportunities for artists, from local to global, including gallery calls.
ARTIST CALLS AT CAC

In addition to its own grant program offerings, the California Arts Council (CAC) keeps a database dedicated to arts and culture funding opportunities available from the field at large.
GRANTS AT CAC

Additional Artist Calls & Grants

New Filmmaker Program - Equipment Grant & Post Production Grant

• NFP grants are available only for productions within the United States
• Applications must be received a minimum of two months prior to your first locked shoot date. Please allow three weeks for an initial response to your application
• As outlined in our submission agreement, please note that payment of a service fee is required with acceptance of an equipment or post production grant, the amount of which will be determined and based on the specifics of the project.

Learn More

===

Apply for Arts for LA’s ACTIVATE Delegates
Deadline: January 5, 2022

The ACTIVATE Arts Advocacy Leadership Program is a FREE advocacy training and leadership development program. The program recognizes the importance of local leaders and seeks to empower these individuals with the skills, knowledge, and an expanded network to effect change in communities across Greater Los Angeles. The ACTIVATE program is currently seeking participants for ACTIVATE Delegates.

Learn More

===

Revised Request for Proposal for the Management, Operations, Programming and Engagement of the Vision Theatre Performing Arts Center
Deadline: February 4, 2022

DCA is pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for a well-qualified business/nonprofit entity, with proven experience in venue management, festival production, and performing arts producing and curation with emphasis on: performing arts programming, film, booking/contracting/presenting; arts/venue management; community engagement/youth development; and facilities maintenance and stewardship to partner manage and operate the Vision Theatre Performing Arts Center

Learn More

===

AMOCA: Call for Program & Event Proposals: Making in Between: LGBTQA Identities in Clay

From March 11 through August 20, 2023, the American Museum of Ceramic Art / AMOCA in Pomona, CA will present Making in Between: LGBTQA Identities in Clay. The exhibition will present the work of LGBTQA artists exploring identity using the ceramic medium. The Museum welcomes proposals for associated public programs, or partners with whom to collaboratively develop public programs. Historically, the Museum has presented artist talks and lectures associated with exhibitions at its campus in Pomona, but welcomes creative and compelling proposals. To learn more, contact Pam Aliaga at exhibitions@amoca.org or by calling the Museum at (909) 865-3146. Learn more about the museum at https://www.amoca.org

===

Arts Advocacy Leadership Program
Deadline: January 5, 2022
The ACTIVATE Arts Advocacy Leadership Program is a FREE advocacy training and leadership development program. The program recognizes the importance of local leaders and seeks to empower these individuals with the skills, knowledge, and an expanded network to effect change in communities across Greater Los Angeles. The ACTIVATE program is currently seeking participants for ACTIVATE Delegates.

Learn More and Apply

===

New Filmmaker Program - Equipment Grant & Post Production Grant
Panavision is committed to providing outreach, access, and support to the community of aspiring filmmakers. Whether you’ve previously worked with Panavision or not, our goal is to provide you with the information and tools to help realize your project and your potential.

Learn More & Apply
https://www.panavision.com/new-filmmaker-program
Donate
Your donations help pay for web hosting, our monthly newsletter, monthly arts calendar and the artists that we present. Thank You!

Donate With PayPal
About the CA LGBT Arts Alliance
The mission of The California LGBT Arts Alliance is to promote artistic and financial partnerships that strengthen and deepen the cooperative relationship among California's LGBT non-profit arts organizations and individual artists.

The California LGBT Arts Alliance is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Website: http://calgbtartsalliance.com/
Email : calgbtarts@gmail.com

THANK YOU!


CALIFORNIA ARTS COUNCIL
THE CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD
LOS ANGELES COUNTY ARTS COMMISSION
CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS


For information about CAC visit its website: http://www.cac.ca.gov
Get your personalized ART license plate. website: https://www.artsplate.org/
Proceeds from the plate sales directly benefit the California Arts Council (CAC).

For information about the City of West Hollywood Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission visit: http://www.weho.org/residents/arts-and-culture

The California LGBT Arts Alliance is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency,  the City of West Hollywood, and the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.
Facebook
Website
Copyright © 2021 California LGBT Arts Alliance, All rights reserved.