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Residents Push For Affordable Housing For Artists

Amid Gentrification, LA’s Arts District Residents Push For Affordable Housing For Artists June 21, 2018 Joseph Pimentel, Bisnow Los Angeles The Los Angeles Arts District is starting to miss something: artists. With the Arts District undergoing a massive transformation from an artists haven to a vibrant trendy cultural neighborhood destination, many of the artists that […]

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Arts District Artists Gains Window to Affordable Housing

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Arts District Artists, Residents, Fight Back for Affordable Housing for Artists, See Gains from Developers In just a couple of months, a grass-roots group comprised of handful of artists and residents from the Arts District and the Santa Fe Art Colony, concerned about the displacement of artists from downtown LA, has […]

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Artists rally for affordable live work spaces

Artists rally behind new Arts District building with 122 live-work lofts designed for artists “It’s a milestone in restoring and preserving the community of artists” By Jenna Chandler@jennakchandler  May 16, 2018, 1:00pm PDT Plans for 122 new live-work lofts on the southern edge of the Arts District have breezed through the Los Angeles Planning Commission, buoyed by the […]

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Letter to Friends, Neighbors and Arts District Stakeholders

Dear Friends, Neighbors, Arts District Stakeholders: Attached is a graphic history of Los Angeles Downtown Arts District Space.  As most of you know, LADADSpace is a non-profit dedicated to preserving the Arts District as a true creative community by sponsoring gallery, theater and other projects that create opportunities for artists and advocating for affordable housing for artists. We are facing a crisis.  In […]

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Jack Benny a Menage in Train

Jack Benny, a Menage in Train at the ‘The Resident, an Arts District bistro’  February 12, 2018 Jack Benny, a Menage in Train is a darkly comedic, surrealistic cabaret performance that bewilders, challenges and surprises. It is distinguished by a smart Joycean text married to a brilliant, slapstick performance.

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Welcome Back, ‘Ed Ruscha Monument’

Welcome Back, ‘Ed Ruscha Monument’ DTLA – Is it an overstatement to say that the return of the “Ed Ruscha Monument” mural feels like the return of a friend you haven’t seen for a decade? Many would scoff, and would point out, correctly, that it’s just a piece (albeit a large piece) of inanimate two-dimensional […]

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Multidisciplinary Arts Residencies!

LADADSpace is in pre-production for it’s first Multidisciplinary Arts Incubator Residencies series to premiere at the Arts District Center for the Arts in 2017. Theater companies Beyond the Usual and Padua Playwrights will develop new work with guest artists while engaging the community with Arts Commons events designed to make space for dialogue and cultural and creative exchange between the artists […]

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