Employment Opportunities

Executive Director, Shasta County Arts Council

 

The Shasta County Arts Council is seeking an energetic, experienced and innovative Executive Director to lead the organization though the next phase of development. The ED is responsible for strategic leadership, planning and outreach, direction of staff, fundraising and management of day to day operations. Other duties include financial management as chief fiscal officer, marking and branding programs, developing and overseeing programs and services, advocacy and awareness. You will be working with community partners and agencies to maintain the State designated Redding Cultural District and Redding Public Access Television. The ED answers to, and works in partnership with the SCAC Board of Directors, and leads and directs SCAC to achieve its mission. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position.

Artist Opportunities

Call for Art

 

Season’s best: A holiday arts show & boutique

 

November 19th – December 23rd
 
For consideration of your art on the invitation postcard please email an image of your work to agata@shastaartscouncil.org.
Please submit photos of well-lit work captured on a neutral background (please no patterns i.e. patterned cloth/ paper, grass, brick, grainy wood). Please avoid glass reflections.
Images are due October 25.
Artists can also sign up for live demos at the gallery and FacebookLive from Old City Hall. Click here to select a date.
The show will be promoted in SCAC weekly newsletters, social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube), local event calendars, through direct mailing and public access tv.
Artwork drop-off is November 16, 10 am – 4 pm at Old City Hall, 1313 Market Street, Redding.

Deadline: Ongoing

The Shasta County Arts Council seeks exhibition proposals for participation in the Old City Hall Gallery. Works representing both traditional and innovative approaches to the visual arts will be considered. All media will be considered.

The Shasta County Arts Council reserves the right to determine suitability regarding:

  1. method of presentation
  2. content

ELIGIBILITY:
Majority of works to be exhibited must have been completed and not presented regionally in an exhibition within two years of Old City Hall scheduling. Artists may not hold a major show in Redding simultaneously.

EXHIBITION SPECIFICATIONS:
Artwork accepted for exhibition must be READY FOR PRESENTATION (i.e., framed with appropriate hardware for hanging). Items requiring specific display instructions must be designated as such in the proposal for consideration by the gallery curator. No piece may be withdrawn before the close of a showing. Sold art is picked up by the purchaser at the end of the exhibit.

2021-22 – Gallery Exhibition Proposal

Would you like to join us for some of the great events we host? We are always looking for volunteers to help with gallery opening nights, music and theater events such as the Silent Film Festival or the Nor-Cal Jazz Festival, and ARTsMART, or even to help in the office at times. Maybe you’re looking for a different type of task? We also need people to hang up posters around town prior to our events. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please contact shastart@shastaartscouncil.org or call 530.241.7320. You can also complete the volunteer form and drop it in the mail or fax it to us at 530.225.4455. We look forward to meeting you.

Other Opportunites

Shasta County Arts Council E-Newsletter

Deadline: Ongoing

Submit information regarding an upcoming event you are organizing! Our e-blasts generate an average of 3,177 impressions a month and are also published on Shasta County Arts Council Facebook Page and Twitter.

For more information, call 530.241.7320.

Please email all submissions to destinee@shastaartscouncil.org.

Hold Your Classes at the Historic Old City Hall

Deadline: Ongoing

Old City Hall is one of the most prestigious locations in downtown Redding! Available spaces for your classes include the enormous Performance Hall, which is ideal for dance, acting, and music classes. The Hall is wheelchair accessible!

You can also hold your classes in the downstairs classroom, which is ideal for smaller groups or for painting, drawing, or crafting activities.

If you are interested in holding a class at the Old City Hall Art Center, please download the SCAC Class Proposal here.

For more information, call 530.241.7320.

Please, email all submissions to agata@shastaartscouncil.org