Los Angeles County Arts Commission

For The Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective

  • Amount
    $126,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    6/22/2021
  • Term
    32 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
Overview
A program of the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, the Los Angeles County Arts Education Collective creates vibrant classrooms, schools, communities, and economies by restoring all arts disciplines to the core curriculum for all of Los Angeles County’s K-12 students. Serving 81 school districts in the county, the Arts Education Collective supports school-based arts education programs for more than a million students through teacher professional development, district-level arts planning, and seed funding to schools for arts education. This grant to the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture advances the Program’s Youth strategy through the Policy and Advocacy substrategy.
About the Grantee
Address
1055 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 800, Los Angeles, CA, 90017, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for the Arts for All Pooled Fund  
Arts for All, a program of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, has been working since 2002 to create vibrant classrooms, schools, communities, and economies by restoring all arts disciplines to the core curriculum for all of Los Angeles County’s K-12 students. Now serving forty-nine of the county’s eighty-one school districts, and working in partnership with the largest, Los Angeles Unified School District, Arts for All supports the creation of infrastructure to deliver arts education to more than half a million students. Its varied methods include Community Arts Teams that develop arts education policies in districts; teacher professional development; and seed funding for school arts coordinator positions. Supported by a Pooled Fund of corporate and philanthropic entities, Arts for All is considered a sustainable, systemic model program for arts education nationwide. The organization is also a key stakeholder in statewide advocacy and policy discussions.

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