Arts Day LA on Wednesday, 4/19 and the Arts Access Datathon on Saturday 4/22.
“ArtsDay is an annual opportunity to celebrate the contributions of the arts and to talk with elected officials about why the arts are important to us. We thank our elected officials for their investments in arts and culture in their communities and ask them to keep their pledges to foster healthy, vibrant, and prosperous communities that include the arts.”
Here’s the website for ArtsDay:
The Arts Datathon will bring together local arts agencies with artists, arts administrators, educators, students, community advocates, researchers, and professionals in culture, museums and urban planning to address the question of improving access to the arts. Together we will explore the data that are available to find out what we know and explore what we could know. At the end of the day we will have a greater understanding of the present and future of arts and culture programming, infrastructure, and policy across the Los Angeles region. We’ll also know a whole lot more about how we can put the data to work.
Here is the website for the Arts Datathon: