Thu, October 5, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Tue, October 3, 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Wed, September 27, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Several Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Sat, September 23, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Several Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Sat, September 16, 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Several Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Wed, September 13, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Several Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) workshops will be held throughout the County between September and October for new and returning applicants. These workshops will include information on the CIAG application including a review of the guidelines, eligibility requirements and tips on submitting a strong proposal. For detailed information, visit http://lacountyarts.org/applytoCIAG.

Mon, September 18, 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Eager to document your artistic processes, but struggling to do so on a budget? This workshop is designed to help you gain confidence and develop strategies for documenting your artistic process and products in order to create artistic samples and digital collateral that highlights your arts organization's strengths. You'll have an opportunity to review and discuss samples and learn how to make the most of documentation tools you already have.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

This workshop is geared toward nonprofit administrators who are involved in documenting their organizations' artistic work for marketing, archival, and grant purposes. Current or prospective grantees to the Organizational Grant Program (OGP) or Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) who want to brush up their artistic samples are especially encouraged to join.

PRESENTER:

NICOLE RADEMACHER is a visual artist mainly working in video, photography, and community engagement. She is currently the Digital Communications Manager for the LA Department of Cultural Affairs. Before that she served the arts community as Director of Communications & Outreach at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica. She has taught arts, particularly as a digital means of expression, in community and university settings in Chicago, North Carolina, France, Spain, Kenya, and Chile.

LOCATION:

LA County Arts Commission, downtown LA

 

                                                        

Thu, July 13, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

We’re six months in…
How has your work changed since January 20, 2017?

After work, unwind and get inspired!

The LA County Arts Commission invites you to join your fellow artists, arts administrators, and arts advocates for an informal evening of experiences and ideas. Hear four different creative minds –artist, curator, educator, and social justice hacker – reflect on what’s been inspiring them, fueling them, and keeping them up at night.

Featuring pecha kuchas* by:

CAMILO CRUZ, Director of the Community Justice Initiative (CJI) within the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office.www.camilocruzart.com

RAVEN HARDISON, is an architect, urbanist, activist, food security activist and founding member of FoodOasis.LA

LINDA KOMAROFF,curator of Islamic art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

ALYESHA WISE, teaching artist, published poet, and TEDx speaker. www.mswisedecision.com

 

* Pecha kucha WHAA?? We got you. A pecha kucha is basically the antithesis of the boring Power Point lecture. It’s short, snappy, and fabulous. Learn more here.

LACAC Main | Free
Mon, June 5, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Ours is a time of increased political action and civic engagement. Many arts organizations want to get involved, but believe their (c)3 status limits what they can do. A national survey of arts nonprofits found “a widespread misunderstanding … about the allowable scope of their participation in political affairs” –which prevents them – i.e. YOU -- from fully leveraging advocacy and citizen participation.

Knowledge is power, and understanding the ins and outs of nonprofit advocacy rules is key to supporting your organization to stepping in, speaking out, and facilitating change. This free afternoon session, jointly presented by California Lawyers for the Arts and the LA County Arts Commission, will dispel myths, clarify questions, and leave you ready to more fully engage in our current reality.

PRESENTERS:
Liz Bluestein, Vice President and General Counsel, Public Counsel

Cristina Pacheco, consultant, activist, and producer
Nona Randois, Southern CA Director for the Bolder Advocacy Program, Alliance for Justice

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Nonprofit arts leaders involved in programming and high-level decision-making for their organization. Board members welcome!

Thu, May 25, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

The LA County Arts Commission is pleased to partner with the County Registrar-Recorder's Office to provide the Deputy Voter Registrar Training Program for organizations and individuals who want to learn how to register voters. Instructional topics include registering voters, assisting election officials with completing voter registration forms and understanding California Election Codes related to registration requirements. 

It's fast, it's free, and your completion of the training will then allow you to train others inside your organization!

 

 

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