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SBVC Wolverine Con and International Student Film Festival 2020

April 7th and April 9th thru April 11th

Panel Proposals for Discussions on Media 

Discussions on Media panels which will occur on April 7, 2020 from 1-5pm. The theme of the Wolverine Con is “We Are the 80s”. Panels can discuss how the 80s have become retro, from Stranger Things to IT and remakes call backs to 80s pop culture. The panels can highlight best practices and career development for media artists. Some of the panel topics may include best practices for equipment use, how to obtain an internship, pop culture influences, and what makes a great portfolio. Please be creative. 


Proposals are due March 31, 2019 at 5pm PT. Submit proposals to the committee via email @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The following items must be included in your proposal.


1.     Name of Panelists

2.     School Affiliation if not from SBVC

3.     Proposal Title

4.     Short Description 100 words or fewer

5.     A Proposal Outline with talking points (1 ? Page double spaced, 12-point font, Times or Calibri).

Don't miss this important professional development opportunity for Arts Educators and Administrators.

Two day workshop on the New CA Arts Standards presented by the CA Arts Project

Download the Registration form below.



What are the necessary conditions for a sustainable arts ecosystem in Los Angeles 10 years from now? How can artists be agents for change to take the necessary actions NOW? A panel of local arts leaders from across the sector will provide provocations, stimulating participant-led conversations on urgent topics facing Angelenos today (and tomorrow), and resources will be shared to stimulate action.

This event is made possible by a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.

 DATE: Saturday, April 28, 2018

TIME: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

LOCATION: Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (Garden Level), 244 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90012

COST: $10 (includes lunch by Todo Verde)

REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/CCIconvening


 Learn how to paint or improve existing skills, by painting still life from life.  Karen will demonstrate the benefits of painting small and often.  She will share four basic concepts that you’ll be able to apply to painting any subject.  Still life doesn’t have to be stuffy!  Come and see how design, color and loose brushwork can bring energy and vitality to your painting.

Chinese Calligraphy workshop for Teens & Adults Tues July 14, 2015


Feldheym Library

555 W 6th St

San Bernardino, CA


(909) 381-8201


Kellogg Rooms

3:00 p.m.




 Youth Art Class

Recycled Assemblage Earth Day Art with Ed Keesling

Village Artist Collective Helps Spread Color, Joy & Love

Apple Valley, CA - The Village Artist Collective will host two paint and spruce up days April 7 & 8 from 3p-6p all volunteer artists are welcome. Come let the kids see us throw some color up and brighten once again the Paul Swick Family Center / Yucca Loma School. The on-going “Home to Harvest” Community Garden Project is located at 21351 Yucca Loma Road in Apple Valley

Community Garden Day

The community is invited on April 18, 11a -1p at Community Garden Day. VAC will be there to conduct a free community workshop “Paint a Garden Hubcap” with parents, students and the community. The art will then be installed at the site for all to see and enjoy. Community Garden Day celebrates the “Home to Harvest” garden project where you can learn and grow your own food! Bring the entire family for a perfect day in the garden!

February 21st, Intuitive Painting Workshop
Kick back and relax for a morning of intuitive painting...

Solo show by fiber artist Cindy Rinne.

Opening Reception: October 12, 2014, 4-6pm.

Gallery Hours: Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm.

"Imaginary Journey" Creativity Workshop, Sun. Oct. 19, 9-3, Limit 10. $45 - all materials supplied.

Register: 951-785-2470 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Exhibit: Oct. 6-Dec. 18.

Harness The Power of The Internet and Build Your Online Audience

Publishers and Writers of the Inland Empire Will Tell You How!

August 16

Guest Speaker: Jeniffer Thompson

The power of the Internet is immeasurable with enough DIY options and free tools to make anyone dangerous.

Jeniffer Thompson will cover: 

• the basics of developing a professional website

• how to implement free online tools, plugins, programs, and widgets

• DIY methods that will save you money

• how to strategize better engagement and conversion.

Jeniffer Thompson is an award winning author, speaker and Internet marketing strategist. You won’t want to miss this class on Internet marketing in the modern age of publishing.

$20.00 ($10.00 for PWIE Members)

Date/Time: August 16 / 10 a.m. To Noon

Location: Riverside Main Library 3581 Mission Inn Avenue / Riverside, CA 92501

More Info:

Website: http://publisherswritersinlandempire.org

Contact: Mike Harris (909) 214-0477

I've Written a Book, Now What?

Publishers and Writers

of the Inland Empire Will Tell You!

PWIE is a professional association of the publishing community in the Inland Empire, educating business-minded self-publishers and authors on how to be as successful as possible. Join us on July 19 from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Riverside Main Library for networking and education. ______________________________

Guest Speaker: Karla Olson

Thirty-year publishing veteran Karla Olson will bring you up to date on the latest challenges and opportunities in publishing. Then she will show you how and why it is so important — and easy — to make sure your book is the best that it can be. Whether your book is printed, in the works, or just an idea, this presentation will help you understand the best strategy and the steps you need to take to bring it to market.

Karla Olson has been working in publishing for over 30 years. She is currently the publisher of the book program at Patagonia (yes, the clothing company), the founder and principal of the consulting firm BookStudio, and the president of Publishers and Writers of San Diego.

The Library Summer Program for Kids at the John M. Pfau Library at CSUSB is back!!

We hope you can join us this year for "Cultures of the World" on July 8-10, 2014 from 8:00am-2pm in PL-4005.

The events will include numerous cultural activities, reading, writing, and dance.

Thank you to all our amazing donors! Domino's Pizza is providing lunch on the first day and local restaurants are providing gift certificates for a free kid's meal.

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536 W. 11th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

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