In case you missed it, the Arts Council for Long Beach recently announced three different calls for artists; a chance for local creatives to take part in Long Beach projects and events and to make a decent amount of dough while doing it.

The pay for each project hasn’t been set, but ACLB Director of Programs Lisa DeSmidt gave the Post some starting ranges. The amounts included below are not confirmed and will depend on the specific project or event, DeSmidt said.

If you plan on applying—and consider yourself an artist that lives, works or creates in Long Beach—make sure to create a profile on the ACLB’s artist registry here. All submissions for this recent batch of opportunities are due on January 15, 2019.

Call for Videographers

The ACLB is hiring videographers to document their events, “seeking styles that uplift, highlight and celebrate our program participants.” This includes public art projects, gallery openings and education programs, and any other activities where the arts council is involved.

Pay for videographers starts at $1,000, which can increase depending on the project. Apply via the web form here.

Call for Artists

To be considered for this neighborhood beautification project, submit an idea for a mural celebrating Long Beach history. In partnership with city council districts, the arts council is asking for work samples and a concept that uplifts local culture.

Multiple murals will be painted for this project. Generally, artists fees range from $3,000 to $5,000. Apply here.

Call for Musicians

The arts council is seeking musicians to provide entertainment at events including those in the East Village Arts Park, at the Collaborative Gallery downtown, at the State of the Arts and more. Musicians chosen will be contracted to perform, with work to begin March 2019.

Depending on the event and scope of the performance, musicians are paid around $150 per gig. Apply here.

Additional Calls for Artists

And lastly, if you’re looking for more calls for artists, or you’d like to post one yourself, check out the ACLB’s entire Artist Calls and Requests for Proposals section here.

Asia Morris is a Long Beach native covering arts and culture for the Long Beach Post. You can reach her @hugelandmass on Twitter and Instagram and at [email protected].