The list of CIAG Grantees is updated annually. For questions about this list, please email CIAG@arts.lacounty.gov.

Grantee Org Type Project Description Grant Award Districts Served Year
New Earth Organization
Youth
Youth
To support the expansion of our F.L.O.W. (Fluent Love of Words) creative writing, music, and poetry program in the newest New Earth Arts & Leadership Campus in Gardena...
$14,500
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
New Horizons: Serving Individuals with Special Needs
Disability
Disability
To support a technology media arts project for adults with intellectual disabilities to learn and create short film projects and public service announcements.
$6,500
3, 5
2017
No Limits Theater Group, Inc.
Disability
Disability
To support 100 at-risk deaf children and alumni to participate in the only theater group in the country for deaf children who speak.
$7,300
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
One In Long Beach Inc.
Presenting
Community Center
To support the Long Beach QFilm Festival showcasing of cinematic features, documentaries, and shorts centering on the LGBTQ experience.
$13,700
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
Rancho Los Amigos Foundation, Inc.
Disability
Disability
To support a year round comprehensive visual arts program for individuals living with disabilities serving both adults and pediatric patients.
$13,700
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
Santa Catalina Island Conservancy
Youth
Youth
To support the Catalina Youth Plein Air Art Project, a NatureWorks Education Program that includes a 5-part workshop series facilitated by John Cosby and the NatureWorks...
$13,900
4
2017
Sharefest Community Development, Inc.
Youth
Youth
To support sustaining and expanding Sharefest's Youth Development Academy's after-school Creative Writing & Spoken Word classes at four LAUSD continuation high schools...
$13,400
1, 4
2017
Social Justice Learning Institute
Youth
Youth
To support trauma informed art instruction, arts career exploration and preparation, and arts career pipeline development for youth in Inglewood and South LA.
$13,300
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
Soledad Enrichment Action Inc.
Youth
Youth
To support The Ink Foundry, a new program that enables at risk youth to express themselves through visual design and to prepare for a career in the field.
$14,500
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2017
St John's Well Child And Family Center
Health
Health
To support the Art of Social Justice South LA (ASJ-SLA) project.
$14,100
2
2017

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