ACTA Featured at Tucson Meet Yourself Folklife Festival
Celebrating the Cultural Treasures of Los Angeles
Master artist in Japanese shamisen
NEA National Heritage Fellow and California Master Artist
Mark Hernandez Joins the San Francisco Office
ACTA’s next Traditional Arts Roundtable Series (TARS) event is coming up on June 15! Gather with us for performances and a dynamic conversation on cultural transmission with Los Angeles-based artists and cultural leaders from ACTA’s Apprenticeship and Living Cultures programs, including Peter de Guzman and Jasmine Orpilla,…
On June 12, ACTA’s Reentry through the Arts program, Son De Libertad, will present a community celebration led by the Afro-Colombian percussion class at Homeboy Industries. The instructors and students will celebrate the culminating class day with a community jam session, and we’d love to see you there!…
¡Ya están disponibles las oportunidades para recibir apoyo financiero para el año 2020! Continua leyendo para aprender cómo puedes postular por internet para los programas para las Culturas Vivas y Aprendices de ACTA. PROGRAMA DE APOYO FINANCIERO PARA LAS CULTURAS VIVAS La fecha límite para…
Funding opportunities for the year 2020 are now open! Read on to learn how you can apply online for ACTA’s Living Cultures and Apprenticeship programs. LIVING…
Learn how to access arts funding with confidence at our upcoming Traditional Arts Roundtable Series event! Meet and hear from a panel of local and statewide California funders offering cultural arts grants and funding opportunities for organizations and individual artists: the California Arts Council, the Los Angeles County…