LA ECO ARTS TOUR (LAEAT) DATES
“LAEAT”, will conduct a ten-venue city-wide neighborhood tour of theater, arts and cultural facilities, featuring noted celebrity artists, city departments and private vendors providing education and publications on energy conservation, efficiency and savings designed to promote public awareness and empower the public, local business and the entire LA community to think “green”, while supporting Mayor Antonio R. Villarigosa’s efforts to make Los Angeles the greenest city in America.
1) LATC – Downtown LA - Saturday, March 6, 2010
514 S. Spring St. – CD 9
Los Angeles, CA 90013
PAUL GRAHAM - email@example.com
(213) 489- 0994
2) Lankershim Arts Center – NOHO – March 13, 2010
Lankershim Art Center – CD 4
5108 Lankershim Blvd.
N. Hollywood, CA 91602
Joe Calarco - firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Sun Valley YAC – Sunland - March 20, 2010
8642 Sunland Boulevard – CD 6
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Jesus “Chuy” Rangel - email@example.com
4) Madrid Theater - Canoga Park - March 27, 2010
Canoga Park Youth Arts Center
7222 Remmet Ave. – CD 3
Canoga Park, CA 91303
Christopher Riedesel – Christopher.Riedsel@lacity.org
Stuart Vaughan – firstname.lastname@example.org
5) Barnsdall Gallery - Hollywood – April 17 2010
4800 Hollywood Blvd. – CD13
Hollywood, CA 90027
Anisa Hamdan Dillihay - email@example.com
6) Warner Grand - San Pedro – April 22, 2010 (Earth Day)
478 W. 6th St. – CD 15
San Pedro, CA 90731
Lee Sweet - firstname.lastname@example.org
7) Charles Mingus YAC - WATTS – April 24, 2010
1727 E. 107th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90002 – CD 15
Rosie Lee Hooks –
(213) 847-4646, (213) 485-1796
8) Nate Holden - Mid-City – May 15, 2010
4920 W. Washington Blvd - CD10
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Wren Brown – email@example.com
Sheldon Lane – firstname.lastname@example.org
9) Vision Theater - Leimert Park - May 22, 2010
3341 West 43rd Place - CD 8
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Ernest Dillihay - Ernest.Dillihay@lacity.org
10) Electric Lodge – Venice - May 29, 2010 (Memorial Day Weekend)
1416 Electric Avenue - CD 11
Venice, CA 90291
Lizl Pace - email@example.com
January 26, 2010
It is with great pleasure that I invite you to join the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), the Arts Earth Partnership (AEP), Manzana Energy, LLC and the Artists Eco Alliance in support of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s efforts to make Los Angeles the greenest city in America . We present the Arts, Culture and Entertainment Community’s GREEN LA Initiative. Many of you have already been contacted and are eager to join forces with us. However, we thought it is important to invite everyone to the table to hear more about this exciting initiative.
Therefore, the ACEC Green LA Initiative will host a general meeting Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 1 to 3 pm at Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, 4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027. At the meeting we will review the Initiative and answer any and all questions you might have.
The ACEC Green LA Initiative was born out of discussions with the Arts Earth Partnership (AEP) to help “green” DCA’s cultural facilities. The initial concept to inspect and provide “green” certification to our facilities led to working with other city agencies such as the Departments of Water and Power and General Services. Soon, additional alliances with public and private sector partners, in the effort to make a contribution to the Mayor’s initiate to Green LA, were secured.
Thus, we have created ACEC Green LA Initiative, a public awareness program to empower the public, local business and the entire LA community to think “green”. To drive the message home, the Initiative will conduct a ten-venue city-wide neighborhood tour of cultural facilities, featuring noted celebrity artists, city departments and private vendors providing education and publications on energy conservation, efficiency and savings.
The ACEC Green LA neighborhood tour will kick-off Saturday, March 6, 2010, present a mid-tour report on Earth Day Thursday, April 22, 2010 and end on Memorial Day Weekend, May 29, 2010. A proposed Tour schedule is enclosed and more details will be made available at the orientation session being held at Barnsdall.
We are inviting the Council Offices in each district, Neighborhood Councils, Business Improvement Districts, local non-profits and city departments to actively participate in this Green LA Initiative. We look forward to your attendance and support.
For further information, please call Ernest Dillihay, DCA’s Performing Arts & Cultural Facilities Director at 213.202.5524, e-mail: Ernest.Dillihay@lacity.org .
I look forward to seeing you February 10, 2010. Thank you.