Los Angeles Violoncello Society
Schedule of 2013/14 Events
September 15, 2013 – 6:30 pm
All other events: at Crossroads School in Santa Monica
Pot Luck Dinner and Movie, Showing Rare Cello Films
Vic Sazer Studio, 2119 Glencoe Ave., Venice 90291
October 6, 2103 – 4 pm
Recital of Works by French Composers
If you would like to perform Contact Jerry Kessler
November 10, 2013 – 8 pm
Recital by Robert deMaine
February 9, 2014 – 4 pm
Cello Ensemble Program
If you would like to perform contact David Garrett firstname.lastname@example.org
March 23, 2014 – 4 pm
Honors Recital for Advanced Students
To recommend a student contact Alexander Suleimann
March 29, 2014 8:30 am
Scholarship Auditions for Students up to age 14
Applications and Guidelines available on website: www.lacello.org
Co-Chairs: Margaret Asato and Francesca Bori
April 13, 2014 – 4 pm
Scholarship Winners Recital
New Groups and Seminars
Free of charge
View LA workshops on our website»
PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR OFFICES ARE CLOSED ONTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 FOR THANKSGIVING.
Valley Days: Discovering the Abundance Within: Understanding Your Transferrable Skills in the Job Market
Thursday, November 21
9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Local 80 IATSE
2520 W. Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91505
- Do you question what you have to offer in the world of work?
- Are you finding it difficult to identify your transferrable skills?
Consider ways to expand on your skills and explore new job options!
Tony Luna, adjunct professor at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, will be facilitating a seminar where he will encourage you to take a look at what you've accomplished, give yourself credit for all you've been able to achieve, and then design a plan to take your career to new heights.
The afternoon sessions feature Celebrating Your Successes where AWP gets to celebrate your accomplishments with you in a fun and thoughtful exercise. Every Artist Insured: Finding Affordable Health Insurance Through Covered California will offer a comprehensive look at how to get affordable health insurance with the help of tax credits and federal subsidies.
9:30 am – Doors open for Breakfast and Coffee
10:00 am – Discovering the Abundance Within
12:00 pm – AWP Orientation or Break
12:30 pm – Celebrating Your Successes (refreshments will be served)
2:00 pm - Every Artist Insured Seminar
Social Workers will be available 9:30 am-1:00 pm for referrals, financial assistance inquiries, and more. Call323.933.9244 ext. 450 to request an appointment. Calling in advance is required.
RSVP is required for Networking Breakfast atafNetworkBreakfast@gmail.com
Many thanks to our terrific host, Local 80 IATSE! 2520 W. Olive Avenue, Burbank, CA 91505
Parking on street or for an $8 fee next door at St. Joseph’s Medical Center. NO PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN LOCAL 80’s LOT.
Budgeting – Nuts and Bolts
First Thursdays of the month
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Actors Fund, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400
Contact: Miata Edoga
We simply cannot expect to reach our financial goals if we don’t know exactly where we are starting from.
This monthly drop-in workshop focuses on helping you start tracking your income and expenses in a way that makes sense for artists and creative professionals who don’t always earn and spend the same way each month. You will learn how to stop guessing and really get specific about the ways in which money moves in and out of your life.
The workshop is free, confidential and open to all professionals in performing arts and entertainment.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Finding Affordable Health Insurance with Covered California
Every Monday, 11:00 am
Every first Wednesday of the month,1:30 pm
The Actors Fund, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400
Questions: Call 855.491.3357
THIS WORKSHOP WILL: Walk you through your Covered California options and requirements, provide important information relevant to freelancers and the self-employed, help you figure out how to get affordable health insurance with the help of tax credits and federal subsidies. Answer all of your burning questions! This event is free and open to everyone.
Please know due to popular demand the following groups are currently full to capacity. We hope you will check out next month's Actors Fund Workshops, Groups and Seminars email or our online calendar and look for opportunities to join our open groups in the upcoming months.
If you would like to be put on the group wait lists please contact the group leaders.
Actors Work Program
Boomer Boot Camp
Contact: Joanne Webb
WorkWatchers (formerly known as Job Club)
Contact: Mary Beth Abella
Men's Group LA
Contact: Ze'ev Korn, LCSW
Money and the Performing Artist
Contact: Robin LaBorwit
Living Well in the Industry: A Group for Women
Contact: Amanda Steele
Managing Cash Flow for Artists
Contact: Robin LaBorwit, LCSW
"THE WRECKING CREW"
Visit www.wreckingcrewfilm.com for upcoming screening dates!
The purpose of the Young Professionals of The Actors Fund is to reach out to performing arts advocates & enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s and encourage their involvement and support of The Actors Fund. Our hope is to engage a younger generation of supporters by increasing awareness of The Fund through events, outreach and volunteer opportunities.
Members are 21- to 39-year-olds working in the performing arts or supporters of the performing arts.
Dues are $50 per year.
Benefits include an invitation to Actors Fund YP members-only cocktail party, discounts on YP event tickets, access to other Actors Fund event tickets and discounts to select Special Performances.
If you are interested in becoming an Advisory Committee Member or have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would to post notice of your upcoming union event here,
send an email or fax (323) 466-1289.