LACAC Main | Free
Fri, April 24, 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM

The annual OGP invoicing and reporting deadline is Wednesday, May 15, 2020. 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 Fluid Review 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.

2019-20 OGP (Year 1) Reporting window | 2PM - 3PM
2018-19 OGP (Year 2) Reporting window | 3:15PM - 4:30PM

MAKE SURE THAT YOU SIGN UP FOR THE CORRECT REPORTING YEAR.

Wed, April 22, 9:00 AM to Fri, April 24, 2:00 PM

For the first time ever, Arts Tune Up has gone virtual! Sessions will be happening online from April 22-24 and our selection of presentations are geared towards individual artists. Registered participants will get Zoom links for all 10+ sessions, including a special session with Department of Consumer and Business Affairs staff about how to access resources through the new disaster help center.

April 22 Break Out Sessions


Wed, September 18, 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

An application webinar for the 2020-21 Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) for new and returning applicants. This webinar will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements, and tips on submitting a strong proposal.

LACAC Main | Free
Wed, August 14, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
| LA County Department of Arts and Culture

Potential applicants are invited to discuss the RFQ process with LA County Department of Arts and Culture Civic Art Program staff at the Artists’ Civic Art Application Process Workshop. This workshop will cover the application process and strategies for successful portfolio submissions for a range of upcoming Civic Art opportunities.

Resources


LACAC Main | Free
Tue, July 16, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
| KAOS Network

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 period.

Pre-Work recommended


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

Who Should Attend?


All current and prospective OGP grantees applying in fall 2019 are welcome 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. 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.

LACAC Main | Free
Wed, July 3, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
| The Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial

The Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial is the largest bas relief military monument in the United States that is located at the actual site it commemorates. Originally dedicated in 1958, it is set to be rededicated on July 3, 2019.

The monument features a terra-cotta memorial wall, an 80-foot waterfall, and a pylon/flag pole. Its memorial wall depicts scenes of the migration, settlement, and expansion of Los Angeles after the Mexican-American War. Since 2016, the LA County Arts Commission and Public Works have been working to restore the monument. The pylon and flag pole commemorate the site of the original Fort Moore, where Los Angeles’ first US flag was flown, and the first local Fourth of July was celebrated.

At the July 3 re-dedication, visitors will see the waterfall, which has been turned on again for the first time in almost 42 years and has been made more environmentally sustainable. There will also be a new time capsule sealed during the ceremony—containing stories, memories, and mementos that represent LA County’s cultural, geographic, and historic diversity.

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