The Green-Space Champion

When L.A.’s cultural institutions need a green makeover, they often turn to horticultural powerhouse Nancy Goslee Power. The landscape designer, known for her bold and eclectic style, has worked over some of L.A.’s most-preened locations—from the sculpture garden at the Norton Simon Museum (“The attendance doubled after the new garden was opened”) to the Music […]

Coming clean in the inner city

“In this neighborhood the most radical thing you could do was make a white building,” architect Michael Maltzan told me on a recent afternoon as we toured the campus of Inner-City Arts, where his firm completed an $8.5-million expansion earlier this fall. – Read the article from the LA Times

Inner-City Arts' Grand Opening

Yesterday morning hundreds of students holding handmade pinwheels lined up on the street in the middle of Skid Row for a parade to celebrate the expansion of Inner-City Arts. They were joined by the staff and board members of Inner-City Arts, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, community leaders, and many guests. Everyone gathered together to commemorate a […]

News from 2000 - 2008

VIDEO: by Lysee Mitri, USC Journalism Project on YouTube – 2:30 Dec. 2008 Coming Clean in the Inner City, LA Times LA Times, Dec. 2008 Inner-City Arts’ bright presence (photos) LA Times, Dec. 2008 The Green-Space Champion Angeleno, Dec. 2008 AUDIO II: KUSC Radio AUDIO I: KUSC Radio Editorial: An Inner-City Accomplishment LA Downtown News […]