Call to Artists: LOL – Laughing Out Loud at Spectrum Gallery

Lots of Laughs (LOL), March 29-May 19. Art can make us laugh and show humorous aspects of life. Let’s welcome the change of season with a few laughs and not take ourselves too seriously. Show includes pieces in all mediums. Receiving March 17-22 (12:30-6pm) except Wednesday, March 20. Submit soon as space is limited.

Submission form here.

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Chat Club PVD, Volume 2 with Vatic Kuumba

Chat Club PVD is a series of experimental performance and media. A bi-monthly curated cabaret and community salon, Chat Club PVD celebrates art that challenges genre, cultural hegemony, and institutions of the avant-garde. Chat Club embraces an exploratory, DIY ethos and provides an inclusive, supportive space for artistic experimentation, expression, and community conversations for performers and attendees. Performances include and are not limited to comedy (stand-up, sketch, improv), music, installation, literary readings, screenings, storytelling, performance art, and more. Chat Club PVD gathers to spark and sustain artistic collaboration and investigation.

Chat Club PVD Volume 2 takes place on Saturday, March 9th at the AS220 Black Box Theater (Doors: 8:00 pm // Tickets: $5-20, sliding scale, free with Brown/RISD student ID) featuring performers Marlon Battad, Celestina Cardona-Billington, Jack Dryden, Ana Fialho, Karen Huang, Jarrett Key, Vatic Kuumba, Dee Walls, Sasha Wolfe, and Stine An (host). For more information on the event, click here.

Performers who are interested in submitting work for the next edition of Chat Club PVD in May 2019 can reach out to the organizer Stine An at su_yon_an@brown.edu.

Alliance of Artists Communities seeks Project + Office Coordinator

Join this small but mighty team that works with the global field of artist residencies to provide extraordinary experiences for any artist. Believing that the cultivation of new art and ideas is essential to human progress, the Alliance’s mission is to advocate for and support artists communities, to advance the endeavors of artists.

In this new position, the Project + Office Coordinator will provide critical support to the Alliance team. The ideal candidate will balance the external vision of a broad-reaching organization with the internal mechanics of a small nonprofit. The busy environment requires sharp attention to detail, strong communication skills and a positive attitude. The Alliance is dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic staff and board. People of color and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Fore more information, click here.