A Noise Within • Pasadena • Theatre with repertory company and educational programs.
Art Aids Art • Altadena • Focuses on educating the public about South African culture and the HIV/AIDS crisis through presentations at community centers and private home gatherings.
A Window between Worlds • Los Angeles • Facilitates art experiences for adults and children impacted by violence and trauma.
A+D Museum • Los Angeles • Promotes awareness of progressive architecture and design in everyday life through exhibits, educational programs and public outreach.
Armory Center for the Arts • Pasadena • Painting, sculpture, drawing for children and adults.
Art Center College of Design • Pasadena • The impact of art and design on global society.
California Alliance for Arts Education • Pasadena • Helps keep arts in schools.
California Art Club • Pasadena • Promotes and supports contemporary and traditional fine art through outreach programs to attract new generations of artists.
Center for the Arts • Eagle Rock • Provides multidisciplinary, arts-inclusive programming to the diverse communities of northeast Los Angeles.
Echo Park Film Center • Los Angeles• Committed to providing equal and affordable community access to film/video resources via neighborhood micro cinema space, free and nominal cost education programs, comprehensive film equipment and service retail department, eco-friendly mobile cinema & film school, local and international artist residencies.
Gamble House • Pasadena • Serve as a docent to guide tours of this outstanding example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture.
Friends of the Castle Green • Pasadena • Raises funds for historic restoration to the standards of the Secretary of Interior.
Fulcram Arts. Pasadena. Interdisciplinary initiative that honors and reflects on the importance of both the arts and the sciences to the dynamic tenor of our time. The initiative is comprised of a city-wide biennial Festival, residency program, and symposia.
Glendale Center Theater • Glendale • Local theatre that hosts plays and musicals. Work with kids, intern with the summer camp.
Harmony Project • Los Angeles • Builds healthier communities by investing in the positive development of children through the study, practice and performance of music.
Huntington Library • San Marino • Art collections, 16 different botanical gardens and library.
Levitt Pavilion • Pasadena • Live music accessible to all, connect people across cultures, promote appreciation of the arts with concerts free to the public every summer.
Lineage Dance • Pasadena • Dance company and performing arts center that hosts free and affordable arts events and classes.
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra • Los Angeles • Performing chamber orchestra.
Natural History Museum • Los Angeles • Nature, plants, animals, butterfly p[pavilion and spider pavilion.
Norton Simon • Pasadena • Collection of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century and a stellar collection of South and Southeast Asian art spanning 2,000 years.
Pacific Asia Museum • Pasadena • Museum of arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Pasadena Art Alliance. Pasadena.The purpose of the Pasadena Art Alliance is to foster appreciation for contemporary visual arts in Southern California by supporting artists, exhibitions, educational programs and art-oriented, non-profit institutions.
Pasadena Art Council • Pasadena • Provides resources and opportunities for artists, collectives, and independent arts organizations to advance their visions and contribute to a vibrant, challenging, and inclusive creative community.
Pasadena Arts League • Pasadena • The primary purpose of this corporation is to enrich the cultural life of the community by providing financial support to selected, predominantly local arts-related entities. Additionally, the corporation will organize, or cause to be organized various cultural and social events for its members and guests.
Pasadena Chalk Festival • Pasadena • Benefits for the nonprofit arts organization, raising proceeds for vital arts and learning programs in the schools and cultural opportunities for those of all ages. Each artist volunteers to 20 hours of his or her talent and energies to make this possible.
Pasadena Heritage • Pasadena • Pasadena Heritage works to identify, preserve, and protect the historic, architectural, and cultural resources of the City of Pasadena through advocacy and education.
Pasadena Literary Alliance • Pasadena • To recognize the accomplishments of authors, to advance community dialog about the literary arts and to raise money for literary programs at community non-profits.
Pasadena Museum of California Art • Pasadena • Presents the breadth of California art and design through exhibitions that explore the cultural dynamics and influences that are unique to California.
Pasadena Museum of History • Pasadena • Museum and research library dedicated solely to preserving and sharing the history, art, and culture of Pasadena and the west San Gabriel Valley.
Pasadena Symphony and POPS • Pasadena • Orchestral performances, includes Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Plaza de la Raza • Los Angeles • Art center that offers classes in theater, dance, music and visual arts.
Shakespeare Club • Pasadena • Women's Club involved in civic improvement and philanthropic needs.
Side Street Project • Altadena • Mobile, artist run organization to give artists of all ages the ability and means to support their creative endeavors by connecting professional artists directly to communities to facilitate creative problem solving within an arts context.
South Pasadena Art Council • South Pasadena • Advocates for the arts and arts education in South Pasadena High School and enriches the lives of South Pasadena community.
Unusual Suspects Theater Company • Eagle Rock • Mentors, educates, and enriches underserved youth through the creation of collaborative, original theatre.
World Relief Chamber of Music • Los Angeles • Student chamber ensemble that performs to fundraise for causes.
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