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.
Cerritos College Art Gallery is pleased to announce the establishment of an annual ART+TECH Artist-in-Residency program that will partner a local professional visual artist with the amazing technology resources available on the Cerritos College campus. This coming Fall 2014 semester, our partner will be the Engineering Design Technology department at Cerritos College (with future annual partners to include Automotive Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Welding, Woodworking, etc).
This year's residency provides the selected artist/collective with extended access to the college's state-of-the-art engineering design software and industry-scale 3D printers. The paid residency ($2,000) will include artist-led workshops with advanced fine art & technology students, as well as an exhibition/catalog of work produced during the residency period, to be held at the gallery in early Spring 2015.
Note: No prior experience with engineering design software/hardware required. Instead, we are looking to partner with a creative artist that is interested in realizing innovative aesthetic forms and/or addressing pertinent social concerns using non-traditional technology-based tools/materials.
Download the application HERE!
Does your non-profit organization qualify to receive $100,000?
The NBCUniversal Foundation is partnering with NBC Southern California to launch 21st Century Solutions, its third annual grant challenge for local non-profit organizations implementing new and innovative programs.
Now through August 8, we’re looking for fresh ideas that are moving our community forward. The first place grant recipient will receive a $100,000 grant and two runners-up will each receive $50,000, totaling $200,000 in grants for Southern California.
The competitive grant program is open to eligible 501(c)(3) organizations that are implementing progressive programs that address emerging or ongoing community challenges in the areas of Civic Engagement, Education, Environment, Jobs and Economic Empowerment, Media Arts and Technology.
Please review the grant program’s eligibility requirements to ensure your organization fall within the guidelines before completing the application.
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.
One-Week Day Camp: July 28 to August 1, 2014
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
The University of Redlands will hold the annual Summer Piano Day Camp July 28 to Aug. 1.
The camp’s goal is to enhance students’ enjoyment of the piano, and to foster an appreciation for music while working with a supportive community of enthusiastic teachers. The classes and activities are upbeat with lots of interaction between students and teachers. Courses are Adventures in Composition, Collaborative Piano, Harpsichord and Organ for Pianists, Percussion Ensemble and Sight Reading for Fun.
The students will perform a free public concert at the end of camp, Aug. 1 at 4 p.m. in the Frederick Loewe Performance Hall.