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ADCA Is Coming to Life!

Arts District Center for the Arts Logologo-exchange-gold_128x94Help us celebrate and preprare our new home, ADCA (the Arts District Center for the Arts)!  Imagine the ADCA brimming with a season of cutting edge theater productions, exhibitions & installations, artistic panels and reading series, teaching workshops and film screenings—all brought to you by local arts organizations. We feature the work of LA Arts District and collaborate with artists of neighboring communities such as Boyle Heights, Chinatown, and Little Tokyo.

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The ADCA will enliven Los Angeles’ urban center and enhance the lives of urban Angelenos: promoting cultural tourism and affirming Los Angeles as a true world capital of arts and culture in the 21st Century” — José  Huizar Councilmember 14th District

Sneak Preview of the New ADCA

The ADCA will consist of an art gallery and a 99 seat state-of-the-art theater/screening space.  This cultural gem will become the center of an arts complex that includes affordable artists’ housing and an exhibition space atop the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) as part of the One Santa Fe Development in the downtown Arts District.

2016 is our Best Year Yet!

We are thrilled to continue supporting the Padua Playwrights Writing Workshop, excited to launch Revitalizing Arts & more ACME murals this summer and we’re kicking off our ADCA Arts programming with the Hearsay: Artists Reveal Urban Legends Exhibition. Read the juicy details here!

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ADCA Presents: Hearsay; Artists Reveal Urban Legends | May 13, 2015 – June 12, 2013 | LosJoCos Gallery

Hearsay Show Info

Twitchell + Ruscha

Kent Twitchell re-paints the mural portrait of Ed Ruscha | August 2016 | at the American Hotel in the Arts District

Twitchell Mural Info

Social Justice Arts

This summer we will kick off our Social Justice Arts Education Program for at risk youth.  June  – Sept 2016

Program Info

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