Healing Through Story by Anu Yadav

Healing Through Story: A Toolkit on Grassroots Approaches

Healing Through Story: A Toolkit on Grassroots Approaches is a resource developed with and for Department of Mental Health staff by artist and LA County Creative Strategist Anu Yadav focusing on the power of story as an arts-based healing process.
5 Up: 5-14-138 San Andreas Break by Michael Parker and Todd Cibirowski

2018-19 Civic Art Division Annual Report

January 09, 2020 Civic Art, Publications
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.
2019 Arts Intern Summit

2019 Arts Internship Program Final Report

A report on the 2019 Arts Internship Program, which included 203 College students interning at 125 organizations.
Clockshop

What People Talk About When They Talk About the Arts

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

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

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

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.

A Place We Call Home: East of La Cienega and South of Stocker

Some Place Chronicles is a series of five creative placemaking projects set in five unincorporated communities in the Second District of Los Angeles County. Numerous and varied engagements with the people who live and work in these communities have culminated in five unique books—each containing explorations, documentations, and pragmatic and poetic testimonies of what has been and dreams of what might be—created by five different artists/collectives. The chronicle of Ladera Heights, View Park, and Windsor Hills—A Place We Call Home: East of La Cienega and South of Stocker—is authored by Sandy Rodriguez and Isabelle Lutterodt, working together as Studio 75.

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