Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in Los Angeles County

Exploring Income Disparities in Entry-Level Arts Org Staff

May 17, 2021
New Report, "Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in Los Angeles County," Finds Differences in Income Between BIPOC and White Employees at LA County Arts Organizations
Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in Los Angeles County

Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in Los Angeles County

May 14, 2021
Make or Break: Race and Ethnicity in Entry-Level Compensation for Arts Administrators in Los Angeles County is a study of compensation for entry-level arts administrators in Los Angeles County and reveals troubling disparities between those who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and their White counterparts.
Accessibility and the Arts: Reconsidering the Role of the Artist

Exploring Role of Artists in Making Work Accessible

December 16, 2020
The Department of Arts and Culture in collaboration with Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Business and Management of the Arts today released a new paper titled Accessibility and the Arts: Reconsidering the Role of the Artist.
Accessibility and the Arts Reconsidering the Role of the Artist

Accessibility and the Arts: Reconsidering the Role of the Artist

December 15, 2020
Based on interviews with disabled and non-disabled artists and art professionals, this research study, Accessibility and the Arts: Reconsidering the Role of the Artist, investigates the role of artists and the museums that exhibit their work in making artwork accessible to people with disabilities.
"Reflections on the Past, Present & Future of Los Nietos" by Louise Griffin

Arts And Culture 2020 And Beyond

December 07, 2020
What began as a health crisis has become an economic crisis and a moment of reckoning for racial justice. Since mid-March, systemic and structural inequities across LA County have become more visible than ever before.
Clockshop

What People Talk About When They Talk About the Arts

November 20, 2019
A study using qualitative methods to understand arts audiences in LA County.
Vigor Vortex

Demographics of the Arts and Culture Workforce in LA County - Update

November 05, 2019
This is the second study conducted by SMU DataArts for Arts and Culture, analyzing the demographics of the arts and cultural workforce in LA County.
Pentimento by Erin Shie Palmer

From Words to Action Report

September 10, 2019
A report about the implementation of a new eligibility requirement for the Organizational Grant Program that requires all grantees to submit a statement, policy, or plan outlining their commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and access as part of their applications.

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"Reflections on the Past, Present & Future of Los Nietos" by Louise Griffin

What began as a health crisis has become an economic crisis and a moment of reckoning for racial justice. Since mid-March, systemic and structural inequities across LA County have become more visible than ever before.

Pentimento by Erin Shie Palmer

A report about the implementation of a new eligibility requirement for the Organizational Grant Program that requires all grantees to submit a statement, policy, or plan outlining their commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and access as part of their applications.

Building Creative Career Pathways for Youth analyzes opportunities for youth in 70 creative occupations in the creative industries as well as programs designed to help youth access those jobs. This field scan found that Arts Education programs are nearly ubiquitous in the County, although not necessarily high quality nor equitably accessible to all residents.

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