Tuesday, 18 October 2016 13:39

California Arts Council Peer Review Panelist

Additional Info

  • Opportunity Title: California Arts Council Peer Review Panelist
  • Organization-Sponsor: The California Arts Council
  • Deadline: spring of 2017
  • Location (if applicable): California
  • Description of Opportunity: Are you an artist or arts professional looking for a rewarding professional development opportunity? 

    Apply to serve on a California Arts Council peer-review grant panel! This is a chance to lend your support to the arts and culture community throughout the state, participate in cultural policy in action, and share your voice in shaping a creative California.

    The California Arts Council is looking for panelists to serve on peer review panels for our grant programs in the spring of 2017. We are seeking individuals who have in-depth professional experiences in the arts, arts education, arts administration, arts in juvenile justice, and/or related fields, to come to Sacramento to review and rank grant applications. In addition to well-established members of the arts and culture world, young professionals are encouraged to apply. Great effort is made to create diverse panels representing various geographic areas, organization size, ethnicity, gender, and areas of expertise

    Panelists must be California residents.

    • Per our enabling legislation, panelists serve without pay.  However, travel to Sacramento is reimbursed according to state guidelines and a Per Diem is distributed.
    • Depending on the program, panelists may be asked to read as many as 75 applications before they come to Sacramento.
    • Panel meetings may last from 1-3 days in Sacramento, and require panelists to work together in conversation.
    • Applications and artists’ work samples (photos, videos and documents) are viewed online before the panel meeting. Ability and willingness to access the applications and samples online are crucial to preparing for the panel meeting.
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