New Reentry Center Integrates Art and Culture

New Reentry Center Integrates Art and Culture

On June 28, 2019, LA County opened a "first-of-its-kind Reentry Center" at 3965 South Vermont Avenue.

Arts Department Grows Innovative Program Embedding Artists

Creative Strategists and County staff bring new thinking to projects that improve services and quality of life.
Camp Ground: Arts, Corrections and Fire Management in Santa Monica Mountains

LA County Civic Artwork Receives Award from Public Art Network

June 05, 2019 Announcements, Civic Art, Press
Artist Kim Abeles recognized For Collaboration with Female Inmates Who Fight Fire 'Americans for the Arts' Honors Project that Embedded Abeles in Los Angeles County Fire Department's Malibu Conservation Camp #13

LA County Releases Open Source Affordable Housing Resource

LA County Releases Open Source Design Resource to Spur New Affordable Housing Free Publication on Accessory Dwelling Units to Inspire New Housing Typology in the Effort to Combat and Prevent Homelessness

2019 Arts Internship Program Opens For LA County Students

Largest Paid Summer Arts Internship Program Opens for Los Angeles County College Students Expansion Includes Positions for Community College Students

Celebrating Women's History Month with the County Collection

March 14, 2019 Civic Art
March is Women’s History month and, to celebrate, we’ve gathered together a selection of artworks from the County Collection that have either been created or facilitated by female identifying artists.

The Arts Commission Welcomes Three New Additions to the County Collection

February 11, 2019 Civic Art
On January 4, 2019 the Sheila Kuehl Family Wellness Center opened to public. This new facility provides an array of outpatient mental health services for children and their families.

Art For Justice Fund Awards Arts Commission $750,000 Grant

The LA County Arts Commission has received a one-year grant from the Art for Justice Fund to support the launch of the Arts and Youth Development Project, which will utilize a number of collaborative, arts-based strategies to transform the LA County Juvenile Justice System and dismantle the youth-prison pipeline. With this announcement, the Arts Commission joins a national cohort of 32 fall 2018 grantees.

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