Anne Grauso, a local filmmaker, has been volunteering at Inner-City Arts for more than three years. We asked her to share her perspective as a regular volunteer on our campus. She writes about why she supports our organization as a volunteer and donor. My name is Anne Grauso. I hail from New York City. Ever since […]
On Saturday, October 15, 2016, Inner-City Arts—Los Angeles’ leading provider of quality arts education for underserved children—will host its signature annual fundraising event the 2016 Imagine Awards in the Samuel Oschin Pavillion at the California Science Center. Under the Space Shuttle Endeavour, The Boeing Company will be honored as a leader in learning, innovation and […]
Actress and musician Mandy Moore and actor Milo Ventimiglia accept a grant award for Pre-Professional Training and Education on behalf of Inner-City Arts at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Banquet on Thursday, August 4, 2016 at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel. Read More on The Hollywood Reporter.
Written by: Alix Fournier | Photographed by: Samantha Romero It’s easy to sound hyperbolic when explaining a place like Inner-City Arts. There’s a specialness that pervades all aspects of the organization. Instantly, the bright white and thoroughly modern exterior reigns gorgeously amongst the neighboring Industrial Revolution architecture. What once housed a car repair garage, has […]
Silver Lake Blog hosted an insightful Q&A with Inner-City Arts Vice Chairman Geoffrey Anenberg. While Geoffrey Anenberg has been working tirelessly on multiple projects and passions – like commercial real estate by day and Inner-City Arts by night – this past weekend Yara Jasso from Silverlakeblog caught up with him to chat about a cultural […]
Our campus was in for a real treat this past month with visits from several notable artists and makers who engaged with our students by working alongside them in the studio setting and by sharing experiences from their own creative careers. On June 22nd, we welcomed two Oscar-nominated screenwriters, Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz Huyck (American Graffiti,Indiana […]
Untitled, 1972 by Billy Al Bengston — Los Angeles Confidential magazine’s featured cover artist — is featured in a special auction. All net proceeds from the piece will benefit Inner-City Arts. “To mark the fiftieth anniversary of his acclaimed canvas Riders of Destiny, Bengston’s mysterious, ethereal work graces the cover of our annual arts issue. In […]
Since its Downtown LA opening in fall of last year, The Broad Museum has become a key arts education tool for our city — making contemporary art accessible to all Angelenos, our students included. We recently wrapped up another session in partnership with The Broad, where our teaching artists utilized the museum’s featured collection as […]
A Stop Motion Rotoscope Animation by Commonwealth Elementary 5th Grade Students at Inner-City Arts with Teaching Artists Joannza Lo and Ivan Lopez A class of fifth graders utilized over 1,000 still frames to create this animated video. The animation–a collaborative effort–was produced by printing sliced footage of students dancing. Together, the classroom hand-painted and illustrated 30 […]
Eliot Arts Magnet teaching faculty, classroom support staff, and administrators recently participated in an extraordinary professional development day led by Inner City Arts, one of the foremost arts and arts-integration education providers in the United States. Read more at Pasadena Now.