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Los Angeles: $38.5 Million Has Been Allocated to LA Arts Recovery

Good news: The Getty has allocated $38.5 million to help out Los Angeles art spaces. The initiative i
Feb 17, 2021 • View in browser
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Good news: The Getty has allocated $38.5 million to help out Los Angeles art spaces. The initiative is pretty much essential, as state guidelines have made it difficult for art spaces and museums to operate in LA since last March. Learn how you might be able to qualify for the grants
As you might’ve guessed, Printed Matter’s beloved Art Book Fair isn’t coming to LA this year, but it will be online starting next week. And this weekend, artist Ellen Reid premieres a beautiful sound walk project in Griffith Park that you can easily access from your phone.
Finally, in this week’s LA reviews, Natalie Haddad writes about the quirky paintings of Clarence Holbrook Carter, an under-known American Surrealist currently showing at Various Small Fires. 
– Elisa Wouk Almino, Senior Editor

A Healing Sound Walk Through LA’s Griffith Park
Printed Matter’s Art Book Fair Is Back, Sans the Long Lines
In the Galleries
Clarence Holbrook Carter, an American Surrealist Who Painted Life, Death, and Rebirth
Latest News
$38.5 Million Has Been Allocated to LA Arts Recovery
In Case You Missed It
Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for February 2021
A Sneak Peek of the Getty’s Next Pacific Standard Time, Focusing on Science and Art
Closing Soon
Karen Carson, an Early California Minimalist, Has a New, Kaleidoscopic Vision
From Our Partners at KCET
How Can I Teach Art in a Pandemic?
What Is the Role of Public Art in Creating a Sense of a City?
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