A citywide opportunity for individual artists to reimagine public art, applications accepted until September 1, 2020, or until 600 applications are received.
The Citywide COVID-19 Emergency Response Program will focus on individual artists with the greatest risk of hardship. Artists must demonstrate financial need and the detrimental impact of COVID-19, such as the ability to pay rent, utility bills, loss of employment, etc.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION About the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA)
As a leading arts and cultural agency, DCA empowers Los Angeles’ vibrant communities by supporting and providing access to quality visual, literary, musical, performing, and educational arts programming; managing vital cultural centers; preserving historic sites; creating public art; and funding services provided by arts organizations and individual artists.
Formed in 1925, DCA promotes arts and culture as a way to ignite a powerful dialogue, engage LA’s residents and visitors, and ensure LA’s varied cultures are recognized, acknowledged, and experienced. DCA’s mission is to strengthen the quality of life in Los Angeles by stimulating and supporting arts and cultural activities, ensuring public access to the arts for residents and visitors alike.
DCA advances the social and economic impact of arts and culture through grant-making, public art, community arts, and strategic marketing and development. DCA creates and supports arts programming, maximizing relationships with other city agencies, artists, and arts and cultural nonprofit organizations to provide excellent service in neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles.
For more information, please visit culturela.org