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“Self Help Graphics gets funds to purchase current home”

December 8, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Wave

“PACIFIC STANDARD TIME FESTIVAL Announced for January 2018”

November 21, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration

Broadway World

“Anna Sew Hoy Selected as Inaugural Artist in Residence at UC San Diego”

November 13, 2017    |    Arts, Education Pipeline

By Anthony King, UC San Diego News Center

“J. Paul Getty Trust Receives $5 Million Gift for Conservation Efforts”

November 9, 2017    |    Arts, Philanthropy

ArtFix Daily

“Sawdust Art & Craft Festival Offers Free Classes to Military Spouses”

October 16, 2017    |    Arts, Philanthropy

The Press Enterprise

“Amir H. Fallah Presents His First Solo Exhibition, “A Stranger In Your Home”: His Art And Our Thoughts”

September 25, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration

By Shana Nys Dambrot, Flaunt Magazine

“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Begins With Hundreds of Thematically Linked Exhibitions Destined to Rewrite Art History”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

West Hollywood Lifestyle

“Showtime’s hit comic Sebastian Mansicalco to perform at Mountain Winery”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Early Childhood, Health, Philanthropy

By Brandy Miceli, East Bay Times

“Long Beach Arts Council To Celebrate Cambodia Town Mural Project”

August 10, 2017    |    Arts

By Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette 

“Eastside Arts Initiative Grants for Innovative Arts Programming”

August 7, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

Latino LA

“Cambodia Town Blooms With Many Murals”

July 2, 2017    |    Arts

By Jenny Gov, Grunion Gazette

CCF News Spring 2017 – We Are Los Angeles

April 21, 2017    |    Arts, Centennial

On November 12, 30 L.A. County-based artists unveiled a group of never-before-seen sculptures exploring the most pressing issues facing our region. Commissioned by CCF, the We Are Los Angeles exhibit represents the collective diversity and strength of Los Angeles. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of our board members and donors, these sculptures now reside with […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – Fellowship for Visual Artists

April 21, 2017    |    Arts

In January, CCF awarded 14 Los Angeles County artists with $350,000 in grants through the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists. Launched in 1987 with a generous contribution from the J. Paul Getty Trust, the fellowship has awarded more than $3 million to nearly 300 visual artists. Through the generosity of our donors, the fellowship has […]

CCF News: Spring 2017

April 21, 2017    |    Arts, Donors, Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Philanthropy

Is there a risk-free way to help end homelessness? How can you share the joy of giving with your children and grandchildren? How can you support L.A.’s most innovative creative voices? Find out in CCF’s Spring Donor Newsletter.

California Community Foundation Awards $5.1 Million to Build a Stronger Los Angeles County

April 12, 2017    |    Arts, Civic Engagement, Education Pipeline, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Immigrant Integration, LASIF, Philanthropy, Press Release, Youth Empowerment

LOS ANGELES – April 11, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $5,130,787 through 52 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address pressing needs and improve the lives of Los Angeles County residents. CCF’s grants this quarter include $1,435,000 to provide critical support to immigrant rights organizations working to defend […]

“Cambodia Town Mural Project Gives Local Artists, and Community, a Chance to Paint Big”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Los Angeles

by Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette

“Long Beach Arts Council Announces Cambodia Town Mural Project Artists”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Newsroom Category

by Emily Thornton, Long Beach Gazette

“Woodbury Adjunct Professor Jaime Scholnick Named California Community Foundation Award Winner”

February 18, 2017    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists

All Daily News

California Community Foundation Announces $350,000 for 14 Visual Artist Fellowships in Most Competitive Application Year to Date

January 10, 2017    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – January 10, 2017 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has named 14 Los Angeles County artists as recipients of the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA), with a total of $350,000 in unrestricted grants. The prestigious FVA annually awards grants to help artists build successful, sustainable careers and to support the thriving […]

Arts Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    Arts, CCF, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF has been a major funder of the arts in Los Angeles County for decades. Through our support for arts education, and small- to medium-sized community arts organizations in underserved areas, we seek to amplify diverse voices and increase cultural opportunities.

California Community Foundation to Increase Fellowship for Visual Artists Awards to $25,000

June 8, 2016    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

Additional updates to long-standing fellowship aim to better serve L.A. County artists LOS ANGELES – June 8, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) announces several updates to its Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA) to better serve the needs of L.A. County’s artistic community, including increasing the fellowship award to $25,000 regardless of career level. […]

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists Frequently Asked Questions

June 2, 2016    |    Arts, Fact Sheet, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists Frequently Asked Questions

The Arts in Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Benefits of Arts Participation: A Literature Review and Gap-Analysis (2000-2015)

February 2, 2016    |    Arts, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Melissa Menzer, PhD, Office of Research & Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts

Who Should Pay for the Arts in America?

February 2, 2016    |    Arts

By Andy Horowitz, The Atlantic: The current state of the arts in this country is a microcosm of the state of the nation. Large, mainstream arts institutions, founded to serve the public good and assigned non-profit status to do so, have come to resemble exclusive country clubs. Meanwhile, outside their walls, a dynamic new generation […]

Building Cash Reserves in Arts Organizations

January 15, 2016    |    Arts, Impact Report

2015 Fellowship for Visual Artists Annual

September 30, 2015    |    Advisors, Arts, Brochure, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF News: Spring 2013

April 1, 2013    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving, Smart Growth

Smart Growth, Donor Spotlight: Mort La Kretz, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Legacy Spotlight: Gloria Dell’Aqua Leiding

CCF News: Winter 2012

January 1, 2012    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Transfer of Wealth in L.A., Donor Profile: David Bohnett, Pass it Along Fund, Guide for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.

Investing in Our Creative Capital: 2011 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of Los Angeles

June 1, 2011    |    Arts, Los Angeles, Research

By Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, Commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design

CCF Advisor News: Summer 2010

July 1, 2010    |    Advisors, Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy

CCF at 95, Admiral Mullin on Giving to Veterans, CCF Honors Top Advisors, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Retained Life Estates

CCF News: Summer 2010

July 1, 2010    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy

CCF at 95, Donor Spotlight: Jackee Marks, Summer Youth Fund, Admiral Mullin on Giving to Veterans, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Retained Life Estates

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