The Los Angeles City Council moved one step closer to passing an official resolution in support of AB 580, the California Assembly bill that would fund the California Arts Council with $75 million dollars for the next fiscal year.
ArtsDay 2013 drew a massive crowd of arts advocates to City Hall on April 17 to celebrate Los Angeles's legacy of fostering arts and culture and the city's national identity as America's "Creative Capital."
Los Angeles's arts and culture community is the only one of eight indicators "significantly enhanc[ing] human development" in the region, a new report claims.
The Goldhirsh Foundation's recently released "LA2050 Report" examines the overall health of Los Angeles by looking at eight indicators, including education, housing, and public safety.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced last week the establishment of an official Poet Laureate program for the City of Los Angeles.
Arts for LA announces its endorsement of three pieces of legislation, all supporting access to arts and arts education, appearing on the November ballot in Los Angeles County. Each endorsement is supported by the Arts & Culture Framework of Los Angeles County, which serves as the region’s guide to greater support for arts, culture, and arts education.
In the wake of the City of Los Angeles City Planning Commission's recent hearing on the proposed mural ordinance, Councilmember José Huizar invites you to share your thoughts, critiques, and concerns about the proposed legislation by attending a special workshop in Council District 14.
The Los Angeles County Arts Commission announced $4.1 million in grants to 175 arts groups throughout the county last week.
Grants range in size from $3,500 to $223,700 and fund organizations in forty-one of Los Angeles County’s 88 municipalities. Through this program, funding from the Arts Commission will serve an estimated ten million people through July 2013.
The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing for the new City of Los Angeles mural ordinance on Thursday July 12 at City Hall Room 350 starting at 8:30 a.m.
Many Los Angeles-area museums will begin offering free admission throughout the summer to members of the National Guard, the Reserves, military personnel on active duty, and their immediate families. The program runs Memorial Day (May 28) through Labor Day (September 3).
The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) invites you to attend a public meeting that will provide an update on the Broadway Arts Center, a planned facility providing subsidized affordable artists' housing, rehearsal/exhibition space, and creative business space as part of City Councilmember José Huizar's Bringing Back Broadway initiative.