How is America being culturally remapped by its people?
How is the arts sector in Los Angeles and around the US working towards an inclusive and equitable future?
What is the change that needs to happen?
ArtChangeUS REMAP: LA Cultural Equity Summit Schedule
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
ArtChangeUS REMAP: LA Cultural Equity Summit Pricing
For Cultural Equity Summit 9am - 1:30pm (Representatives of Organizations with operating budget over $5M)
For Cultural Equity Summit 9am - 1:30pm (Representatives of Organizations with operating budget below $5M)
For Cultural Equity Summit 9am - 1:30pm(Equity Subsidy for Artists, Students, Cultural Organizers, and those with financial need; Pay-what-you-can)
For Cultural Equity Summit 9am - 1:30pm (Volunteer Ticket, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assignment)
About ArtChangeUS REMAP: LA
ArtChangeUS REMAP: LA Cultural Community Benefits
Memorandum of Understanding
REMAP is planned in collaboration with ArtChangeUS Core Partners: Alison De La Cruz (Japanese American Cultural and Community Center), Ben Johnson (City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs), Amy Kitchener (Alliance for California Traditional Arts), Natalie Marrero (Viver Brasil), Debra J.T. Padilla (Arts for LA), Randy Reinholz & Jean Bruce Scott (Native Voices at the Autry), and Tamica Washington-Miller (Lula Washington Dance Theatre). Advisory Council: Sofia Klatzker (Roman Mars Foundation), Leslie Ito (Armory Center for the Arts), Dr. Mishuana Goeman (University of California, Los Angeles), and Pamela Villaseñor (Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians).
ArtChangeUS REMAP: LA Cultural Equity Summit is made possible by a grant from the Surdna Foundation and ticket revenue with additional support in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles. Scholarship funding provided by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the LA County Arts Commission.
ArtChangeUS is a five-year initiative based at the California Institute of the Arts, supported by Ford Foundation, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, Surdna Foundation, and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.