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Artbound is funded in part by the generous support of:
The James Irvine Foundation is a private, nonprofit grantmaking organization dedicated to expanding opportunity for the people of California to participate in a vibrant, successful and inclusive society.
Los Angeles County Arts Commission provides leadership in cultural services of all disciplines for the largest county in the United States. In addition to programming the John Anson Ford Theatres, the Arts Commission provides leadership and staffing to support the regional blueprint for arts education, Arts for All; administers a grants program that funds more than 300 nonprofit arts organizations annually; oversees the County's Civic Art Program for capital projects; funds the largest arts internship program in the country in conjunction with the Getty Foundation; and supports the Los Angeles County Cultural Calendar on ExperienceLA.com.
The National Endowment for the Arts supports artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. The NEA extends its work through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector.
Boeing supports projects and programs that align with one or more of five focus areas and corresponding objectives. The focus areas for corporate giving are: education (consisting of early learning and primary and secondary education); arts and culture; health and human services; civic; and environment.
California Arts Council is advancing California through the arts and creativity. The organization's Arts on the Air Program supports the creation, on-air broadcast, and promotion of original public media content designed to expose Californians to impactful stories about the arts and their value.
Department of Cultural Affairs generates and supports high quality arts and cultural experiences for Los Angeles' 4 million residents and 25 million annual visitors. DCA advances the social and economic impact of the arts and assures access to arts and cultural experiences through grant making, marketing, public art, community arts programming, arts education, and partnerships with artists and arts and cultural organizations in neighborhoods throughout the City of Los Angeles.
Cal Humanities is a non-profit that promotes the humanities in California in order to help create "a state of open mind." Through their work, Cal Humanities inspire Californians to learn more, dig deeper, and start conversations that matter among our dramatically diverse people.
The Library Foundation of Los Angeles supports and enriches the capabilities, resources, and services of the Los Angeles Public Library. The Library Foundation of Los Angeles accomplishes their mission through fundraising, advocacy, and innovative programs that benefit their diverse community and promote greater awareness of the Library's valuable resources.
And those who wish to remain anonymous.
The South L.A. Transit Empowerment Zone, or Slate-Z, has been racking up victories in funding economic opportunity programs since receiving designation last year as a Promise Zone.1
Twenty-two years ago, Studio City's Daichan served up L.A.'s first poke bowl. Today, it continues to introduce customers to Japanese soul food.1
A beautifully simple dish that brings together the freshness of the sea with the delicious taste of garlic, shio koji and lemon over the grill. Perfect for easy going barbecues.1
There are many thriving Vietnamese communities in the United States which are also flourishing as culinary destinations.1
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