LACAC Main | Free
Fri, May 6, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

The annual OGP reporting deadline is June 1, 2022. To provide some guidance, the Grants and Professional Development team will host the annual OGP Reporting 101 Workshop via webinar to make it more accessible for all OGP grantees. This webinar will provide a walkthrough of where to find and how to fill out the reporting forms in the SurveyMonkey Apply online platform, an overview of the report questions and an explanation of the required documents that will need to be attached to the report to effectively document the activities and learnings that have evolved through the implementation of the OGP-funded project.

LACAC Main | Free
Fri, May 6, 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM

The annual OGP reporting deadline is June 1, 2022. To provide some guidance, the Grants and Professional Development team will host the annual OGP Reporting 101 Workshop via webinar to make it more accessible for all OGP grantees. This webinar will provide a walkthrough of where to find and how to fill out the reporting forms in the SurveyMonkey Apply online platform, an overview of the report questions and an explanation of the required documents that will need to be attached to the report to effectively document the activities and learnings that have evolved through the implementation of the OGP-funded project.

LACAC Main | Free
Mon, February 28, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Arts and Culture Webinar featuring Dr. Emily Beeler, LA County Department of Public Health

LA County Department of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with LA County Department of Public Health, invites you to a discussion about the latest COVID-19 heath protocols for arts and culture organizations and venues including changes to protocols for performing arts and mega events.

Our featured speaker is the Department of Public Health’s Dr. Emily Beeler, and we will have plenty of time for questions from the field.

This event is presented by Arts and Culture in partnership with Arts for LA.

For more info, visit Reopening Arts and Culture Safely on our website. 

 

LACAC Main | Free
Tue, October 5, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Los Angeles is getting a new hiking trail! As part of the project, the LA County Department of Arts and Culture will commission a new artwork. The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Scenic Trail traverses a one-mile ridgeline around the Ford Theatre. The first segment is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant elevated boardwalk concluding in a viewpoint of Hollywood. The trail continues on to natural environments and views of the Hollywood sign and Reservoir.

We invite your ideas for the new artwork's themes and possibilities!

LACAC Main | Free
Thu, September 30, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Los Angeles is getting a new hiking trail! As part of the project, the LA County Department of Arts and Culture will commission a new artwork. The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre Scenic Trail traverses a one-mile ridgeline around the Ford Theatre. The first segment is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant elevated boardwalk concluding in a viewpoint of Hollywood. The trail continues on to natural environments and views of the Hollywood sign and Reservoir.

We invite your ideas for the new artwork's themes and possibilities!

LACAC Main | Free
Wed, September 15, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM

The Public Art in Private Development Ordinance will be presented for final vote at the Board Hearing on September 15, 2021 at 9:30AM. This new ordinance would allocate 1% of the building valuation of private development projects in unincorporated areas of the County to fund public art, cultural facilities, conservation, artistic and cultural services, and programs within the project’s site area. At the hearing, the board will decide if the ordinance will apply to private residential development (excluding all affordable housing) in addition to private commercial and industrial development.


Background

The recommendation to develop a Public Art in Private Development Ordinance initially came forward as part of the Board motion for the LA County Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII). The intention for the recommendation is to provide new cultural opportunities and funds particularly for residents of unincorporated areas of the County by extending LA County’s civic art requirement to private developers and enacting ordinances that encourage the creation of cultural assets. The Public Art in Private Development ordinance would allocate a 1% fee on new eligible private development projects in unincorporated areas of the County to fund public art, cultural facilities, conservation, and artistic and cultural services and programs within the project’s site area.

The purpose of the ordinance is to expand LA County’s artistic and cultural resources, enhance quality of life, and support the arts professionals who have a positive impact on our local creative economy. While there are similar ordinances in various cities in California, this would be the first Public Art in Private Development ordinance for the County of Los Angeles and its unincorporated communities.

On July 23, 2019 the LA County Board of Supervisors considered the Public Art in Private Development Ordinance. At the meeting, the Supervisors indicated their intent to approve the Ordinance as it relates to commercial and industrial development in unincorporated areas, while deferring a vote on whether or not to extend that fee to residential development projects.

As with all Board Meetings, the public may provide written or oral testimony in regards to an agenda item. You can provide written comment by sending an email to publiccomments@bos.lacounty.gov.

For any questions, please reach out to Grace Ramirez Gaston at GRamirezGaston@arts.lacounty.gov.

LACAC Main | Free
Wed, September 29, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

(Above) Photo courtesy of Grand Vision Foundation.

An application workshop Webinar for the Organizational Grant Program (OGP) for new and returning applicants. This workshop webinar includes information about the program, guidelines, eligibility requirements, and tips on submitting strong proposals. This one hour workshop features a Q&A on applying to the OGP as a fiscally-sponsored organization.

LACAC Main | Free
Tue, September 28, 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

(Above) Photo courtesy of Danza Floricanto.

Participants will be guided in reflecting on how their organizations’ missions and core values align with and support the goals of the Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII). All workshop participants will leave with a beginning draft statement, policy, and plan as well as strategies for communicating with their boards to allow for adoption in advance of the fall Organization Grant Program application deadline.

PRE-WORK RECOMMENDED

Attendees should bring a copy of their organization’s mission statement and core values (if applicable).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Prospective OGP applicants applying in Fall 2021 are encouraged to attend, particularly those that do not yet have formal cultural equity policies or plans, (as relates to staff, board, and/or programming) in place. Current OGP grantees who would like to update their cultural equity policies or plans are also welcome. Attendees should be individual(s) who have influence and ability to engage the organization’s staff and board in this work, and/or have a current role and responsibility related to the organization’s cultural equity work. Teams from organizations, including board members, are strongly encouraged to attend this virtual workshop.

LACAC Main | Free
Thu, September 9, 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM

(Above) Photo courtesy of Danza Floricanto.

Participants will be guided in reflecting on how their organizations’ missions and core values align with and support the goals of the Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII). All workshop participants will leave with a beginning draft statement, policy, and plan as well as strategies for communicating with their boards to allow for adoption in advance of the fall Organization Grant Program application deadline.

PRE-WORK RECOMMENDED

Attendees should bring a copy of their organization’s mission statement and core values (if applicable).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Prospective OGP applicants applying in Fall 2021 are encouraged to attend, particularly those that do not yet have formal cultural equity policies or plans, (as relates to staff, board, and/or programming) in place. Current OGP grantees who would like to update their cultural equity policies or plans are also welcome. Attendees should be individual(s) who have influence and ability to engage the organization’s staff and board in this work, and/or have a current role and responsibility related to the organization’s cultural equity work. Teams from organizations, including board members, are strongly encouraged to attend this virtual workshop.

LACAC Main | Free
Fri, August 20, 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM

(Above) Photo courtesy of Danza Floricanto.

Participants will be guided in reflecting on how their organizations’ missions and core values align with and support the goals of the Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII). All workshop participants will leave with a beginning draft statement, policy, and plan as well as strategies for communicating with their boards to allow for adoption in advance of the fall Organization Grant Program application deadline.

PRE-WORK RECOMMENDED

Attendees should bring a copy of their organization’s mission statement and core values (if applicable).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Prospective OGP applicants applying in Fall 2021 are encouraged to attend, particularly those that do not yet have formal cultural equity policies or plans, (as relates to staff, board, and/or programming) in place. Current OGP grantees who would like to update their cultural equity policies or plans are also welcome. Attendees should be individual(s) who have influence and ability to engage the organization’s staff and board in this work, and/or have a current role and responsibility related to the organization’s cultural equity work. Teams from organizations, including board members, are strongly encouraged to attend this virtual workshop.

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