The Arts Commission coordinates the Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective, dedicated to making the arts core in K-12 public education.

The Los Angeles County Civic Art Program works with leading and emerging artists, County departments and communities to create artworks, design, public engagement activities, exhibitions, temporary art and event-based programming throughout Los Angeles.

About - Funding and Grants

The Arts Commission provides funding support through a variety of grant programs, ensuring cultural services and opportunities are accessible to LA County residents of all ages.

The Arts Commission supports a range of professional development opportunities, including scholarships for staff members of grantee organizations, and a range of workshops and networking training opportunities for individual artists and administrators.

The Arts Commission uses data and analysis to support work that ensures all residents of LA County can engage with the arts in a variety of ways. We do this primarily through applied research, evaluation, data mining and sharing promising practices.

In the spring of 2017, the Arts Commission released the Cultural Equity & Inclusion Initiative, which included 13 recommendations to the LA County Board of Supervisors to ensure that everyone in LA County has equitable access to arts and culture, and to improve inclusion in the wider arts ecology for all residents in every community.

The LA County Arts Commission provided

Over $5 million in grants

to artists, schools, and arts organizations in FY2017-18