MoCADA is hiring…
If you’re interested in working at a dynamic, mission driven organization that uses art to empower, educate, and uplift people of African descent, then you’ve come to the right place! Please see below for open positions.
Resume and cover letter for current open positions are due no later than September 5th.
PLEASE EMAIL COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO: JOBS@MOCADA.ORG
Operations & Admin Manger (Part-Time)
Exhibitions & Programs Manager (Full-Time)
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses the visual arts as a point of departure for exploring new artistic production across a variety of disciplines. Through exhibitions and programming, MoCADA incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora, and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.
Torrance Hall wins Max Mara Young Visionary Award…
MICA Photo is pleased to announce that incoming freshman photography major, Torrence Hall was honored as the 2017 winner of the prestigious “Max Mara Young Visionary Award” for emerging artists. Torrance was picked from thousands of applicants, and we welcome him to the MICA Photo family! Copy of the article from the Baltimore Sun follows with details of this remarkable accolade:
Faith Couch featured in Hollywood art gallery…
MICA Photo is pleased to announce that current student, Faith Couch, will be featured in an upcoming group exhibition curated by Theresa Chromati. The exhibit is called, “WITH YOU”.
New Image Art Gallery
GROUP EXHIBITION (PROJECT ROOM)
EXHIBITION DATES: 04 NOV 2017 to 02 DEC 2017
OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 04 FROM 7-10 PM
New Image Art Gallery
7920 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90046
tel: (323) 654-2192
Established in 1994 by gallery director Marsea Goldberg, New Image Art exhibits emerging and mid career artists with an interest in supporting the various movements existing outside the art world’s periphery. Over the years, the gallery has launched or helped mobilize the careers of: Tauba Auerbach, Bäst, Date Farmers, Ed Templeton, Barry McGee, Shepard Fairey, Chris Johanson, Anthony Lister, Neck Face, Cleon Peterson, and Retna, among others.
Rangefinder Magazine presents:
The body has been celebrated in art since the dawn of art history. From the Venus of Willendorf, dated nearly 30,000 years ago, to today, the human figure has been painted, sculpted, drawn and photographed endlessly. Continue the tradition and be a part of The Body, honoring contemporary photographers who capture the beauty of our anatomy. Presented by Rangefinder magazine, the competition covers boudoir, commercial, editorial and fine-art photography.
THERE’S NO RISK TO ENTER
All photographers retain their copyright. Winning work will only be published in the print and online winners’ gallery and in promotion related to The Body: A Celebration of the Human Figure Photo Contest.
ONE GRAND-PRIZE WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
$25 (single) | $30 (series*)
$15 (single) | $20 (series*)
*Please note that a series must be visually related and is limited to two to six images.
30% discount with PHOTO+ membership.
You can either sign up for or renew your membership directly from the “Add submissions” page of this site, or visit photoplusgroup.com
IT to begin formatting all computers in Photo…
If you have any content stored on our MICA Photo Computers (especially “desktop” files), you need to come in so you can remove it from the computers before Tech Services wipes the computers clean. To be clear…if you leave these files on the computers and they are unprotected, you will lose all your content.
We are planning to have the IT team in here next week (any time after August 8th) to begin reformatting all the machines in M080, the large DPL, and the small DPL. Remove your content quickly or face the probability that you will lose what you have stored on these computers. Thank you for your cooperation!