Urgent Action Alert: LA City’s Cultural Affairs Funding is in jeopardy

Urgent Action Alert: LA City’s Cultural Affairs Funding is in jeopardy

Arts Action

The arts in Los Angeles are in crisis and they need your voice.

The City of Los Angeles Budget and Finance Committee has put forward a motion to eliminate the Department of Cultural Affairs’ dedicated source of revenue.

Voice your support to maintain the only dedicated revenue source for neighborhood art and culture in the City of Los Angeles.

Take action by sending your Councilmember a letter voicing your opposition to this motion.

Take action by joining Arts for LA in providing public testimony at the council meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd.

Take action by blasting this alert to your networks.Use the service links below to share with Facebook, Twitter, Digg etc.

Take two minutes and send your city council member an email.

Remind your Council Member that the arts:

Make money
Attract tourists
Attract businesses
Arts, like parks, are for everyone
This motion will go before Council for a vote this Wednesday, February 3rd. Show the City Council the power of the arts community. Attend the Council meeting and provide public comment. We need to remind the Council of just how important the arts are to Los Angeles.

Please forward this information to your friends and networks and post it on Facebook to encourage others to take action.

Click here to join Arts for LA on Wednesday, February 3rd in providing public testimony to City Council.

Report by Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.



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