ArtsMonth2020

Arts Month 2020 - A Message From Kristin Sakoda

April 07, 2020
On Tuesday (March 31, 2020), the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Ridley-Thomas’ motion to proclaim April as Arts Month! In these unprecedented times in which we find ourselves, Arts Month serves as the perfect reminder of just how vital arts, culture, and creativity are to civic life.
"Los Angeles Skyline" by Susan Logoreci

COVID-19 Resources For Artists and Organizations

March 19, 2020
A list of COVID-19 resources for nonprofits, funders, and freelance artists.
Civic Artist Initiative

Arts and Culture Receives 1.75 Million to Invest in Diverse Artists

February 19, 2020
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports Arts and Culture's new Civic Artist Initiative with professional development, fellowships, and project opportunities for artists
5 Up: 5-14-138 San Andreas Break by Michael Parker and Todd Cibirowski

2018-19 Civic Art Division Annual Report

January 09, 2020
During the 2018-19 fiscal year, Arts and Culture's Civic Art Program managed a total of 74 civic art projects, with 21 new projects initiated and 17 completed.
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Update

A Message on Our Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Work

November 27, 2019
An Update on Arts and Cultures efforts further diversity, equity, and inclusion through out our work.
Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial Re-Dedication Ceremony

Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial, Re-Dedicated

July 03, 2019
The re-dedication ceremony for the Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial took place in downtown Los Angeles on July 3, 2019—the 51st anniversary of the original dedication.
New Reentry Center Integrates Art and Culture

New Reentry Center Integrates Art and Culture

June 28, 2019
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

June 21, 2019
Creative Strategists and County staff bring new thinking to projects that improve services and quality of life.

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ArtsMonth2020

On Tuesday (March 31, 2020), the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Ridley-Thomas’ motion to proclaim April as Arts Month! In these unprecedented times in which we find ourselves, Arts Month serves as the perfect reminder of just how vital arts, culture, and creativity are to civic life.

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