April 28, 2014
This Wednesday, the Arts Community is coming to LACMA for a Supervisor Candidate Forum on Culture & Creativity at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Bing Theatre.
Can I count on you to be there?
The next County Supervisor for the 3rd District will replace Zev Yaroslavsky, who, among other accomplishments, has been a huge advocate for the arts, including the LA County Arts Commission and its many initiatives like Arts for All.
It's crucial to demonstrate that the arts community is engaged, organized, and eager to advocate for creativity, arts education, and public investment in arts and culture.
The Forum is free and open to the public, though pre-registration is required.
Arts for LA does not endorse candidates; however, we are invested in fostering an engaged voter population, and we want our voters to know where their candidates stand on the issues of arts, culture, and arts education.
Casual networking will begin at 6 p.m., at which time guests may purchase beverage from Coffee + Milk near the Bing Theatre. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the Forum will begin at 7:15 p.m. Eligible candidates seeking election to Los Angeles County's Third District have been invited to participate. Dr. Frank Gilliam of UCLA will serve as the Forum's moderator.
Please click here to RSVP for this event.
Arts for LA thanks our Media Partners for their support in promoting this event: KCET's Artbound, CalNonprofits, Center for Cultural Innovation, Hammer Museum, LA 2050, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA STAGE Alliance, Otis College of Art + Design, Performing Arts Live, and Southern California Grantmakers. Support for this event is provided in part by Arts for LA Member Organizations, The Boeing Company, and in-kind support from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
For more information, please visit our registration page or contact Arts for LA's Charles Flowers at 213-225-7524 or email@example.com.
Arts for LA
is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts advocacy organization
working to foster a healthy environment
in which arts and culture may thrive and
be accessible to all in Los Angeles.
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