The arts are starting to wake up a bit

With changes in California’s state policies and the cautious reopening of a few iconic venues (who’s heading to Hollywood Bowl this summer?), performing arts presenters are finally starting to see the light at the end of that long, dark tunnel. Foundations and service organizations are looking around for attitudes and answers, with multiple surveys (big … Read more

Does place matter?

In weeks like this, when the LA Marathon transforms the city streets and even shuts down some Sunday morning services, we’re especially reminded of how our geography affects our work. When the weather is this gorgeous and the spring time change happens at the same time, we’re even more aware of the facts and facets … Read more

New name for VPAC with a big gift

From the “in case you missed it” file…  The grand performance venue at California State University, Northridge has been known as the Valley Performing Arts Center since it opened in 2011.  While student many productions have been priced out of the venue in recent years, due to restrictions on venue use and departmental budgets, the … Read more

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