PST: LA/LA Finds a (Temporary) Home at Inner-City Arts

As part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND) commissioned Guadalajara-based artist Jose Dávila to create Sense of Place, a multi-site, large-scale, public sculpture exhibition. This 8-foot cube made of 40 separate but interlocking forms slowly dissembled its various pieces from November 2017 to May 2018. Over the course of three “movements,” different […]

Featured in TONAL Journal

We are proud to have been featured in the inaugural issue of TONAL, a new biannual printed journal dedicated to celebrating the strength, ambition, and beauty in women of color.   The 300-page hardcover magazine, which features more than 50 writers, photographers and creatives from around the world, has highlighted the work of Inner-City Arts […]

Seen and Unseen: The Making of a Zine

We are astounded and filled with joy over a completed project emerging out of this past session’s Inner-City Arts x Red Hook Labs high school workshop “Seen and Unseen: The Making of a Zine,” led by teaching artist Collette McGruder.   In this course, student artists collaborated with zine makers, photographers, creative directors and stylists to create […]

Introducing a New Membership Program

We are excited to announce and share with you our first-ever Membership Program! Join our movement, and a growing community of dedicated supporters, to unlock the creative potential of Los Angeles’ youth by becoming an advocate for arts education. In the coming weeks, hear from Inner-City Arts students, teaching artists, and alumni about the life-changing […]

Your Gifts in Action

  We aim to do more in 2018! But, we can’t do it without you.    Thanks to you and this very vibrant community of Inner-City Arts supporters, we were able to positively impact the lives of thousands of students through the arts this year.    But there’s so much more to be done in […]