EAL/LA Representatives attend the CAL-Now convening, hosted by the Center for Cultural Innovation.
EAL/LA is supported by a grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation. As part of our grant program, we are members of a network of Emerging Arts Professionals organizations in California. Leadership Council members and EAL/LA’s Managing Director serve as organization representatives for the network. Invitation to the convening is an exclusive privilege for those on our Leadership Council.
Join us on March 17 for the next event in our "Coffee Conversations" series. Through these salons, members can engage with local arts sector leaders in a casual and intimate setting, over a cup of coffee. We are honored to host our next guest Barbara Bestor, founder of Bestor Architecture.
At this month’s February Networking Mixer, come enjoy an intimate evening celebrating Black Queer Art Leaders in Los Angeles … Past and Present at one of LA’s Premiere hidden gems The Sidebar at Covell. This is your opportunity to connect with LA’S top talent in arts administration, production, fashion and performance industry. Let us help you make the connections you need to achieve your arts driven dreams.
Join Emerging Arts Leaders/Los Angeles (EAL/LA) at our first Coffee Conversation! We are kicking off our bi-monthly series where members can engage with local arts sector leaders in a casual and intimate setting. Our first conversation features Sarah Russin, Executive Director of Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE). Space is limited, so make sure you RSVP to secure your spot! Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
LIMITED CAPACITY EVENT
Join us for an interactive workshop informed by holistic practices. Artists and educators will lead participants through exercises in movement, sound, meditation, and breath work to stimulate a connection with the self, facilitate an engaged community, and manifest creativity.
EAL/LA will gather bring together artists, architects, curators, city officials, and developers involved with Destination Crenshaw to consider sustainable arts practices in the area.
Evening reception honoring Advocate, Activist & Arts Leader, Debra J.T. Padilla, for her 25 years of dedicated service at the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), and celebrating the next chapter of her career and leadership in the LA arts sector.