Street Symphony Lights Up Los Angeles Neighborhood
The Messiah Project brings together some of the city's most accomplished musicians and the Skid Row community during the holiday season.
The Messiah Project brings together some of the city's most accomplished musicians and the Skid Row community during the holiday season.
Sculpting the Senses, which opens November 29 at the historic Paris museum, celebrates the career of the Dutch fashion pioneer.
Opportunities to Give on GivingTuesday (and Every Day of the Week)
Join us in the holiday spirit by participating in the global day of generosity on November 28 and supporting nonprofit organizations in your community.
The storied movie palace has been restored to Golden Age glory by Netflix — and the venue will continue to feature programming by American Cinemathe...
Clínica Romero Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Lifesaving Health Care
The primary care clinic that supports underserved communities in Los Angeles will mark the milestone at its annual fundraising dinner in November.
Holocaust Museum LA is honoring GRoW founder Gregory Annenberg Weingarten for his longtime support.
The GRoW-supported Young Musicians Festival entertained audiences this September in Lisbon.
Evenings with an Author at the American Library in Paris Offers Varied, Vibrant Discussions All Fall
The GRoW-sponsored series at Europe's largest English-language lending library features poets, novelists, professors, and journalists in conversation.
At its signature gala, the nonprofit legal aid and advocacy organization is honoring Brandon Tsay, who disarmed a mass shooter earlier this year.
Opening September 24, Manet/Degas examines the intriguing (and misunderstood) dynamic between the revered 19th-century French artists.
Kaleef Starks, who will pursue a master's degree in journalism at the University of Southern California, has been named the GRoW @ Annenberg Scholar...
LA Opera Opens Season with Free Outdoor Broadcast of Don Giovanni
Mozart's beloved masterpiece comes to life on September 23 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion — and you can also partake in the intrigue at the beach ...
Watts Neighborhood Celebrates Playground Opening with Red Hot Chili Peppers Concert
The renovated outdoor space — with state-of-the-art recreation equipment — will provide families with a place for fun and community.
The retrospective will include 50 paintings by the 17th-century Dutch artist who was a master of loose brushwork and lively portraits.
Portuguese-based Marine Environment Research Association, also known as AIMM (Associacão para Investigação do Meio Marinho), will receive funding to...
The Watts Happening Cultural Center — a historic modernist building and home to the historic Mafundi Institute and Watts Coffee House — is the recip...
The 85th season in the bucolic Berkshires runs from June 22 through Labor Day and showcases underrepresented voices in classical music.
The rising star received the first scholarship funded by the GRoW Fellowship Endowment at the School of American Ballet.
For 10 years, this surplus food rescue organization has redistributed excess food by matching donors to nonprofits that are feeding individuals in n...
Partnering with the Boundless Freedom Project at Salinas Valley State Prison, the Mend Collaborative initiative facilitates restorative justice to p...
LA Opera Gives Voice to Shakespeare with Verdi's Otello
The 19th-century masterpiece of Italian opera comes to life once again at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion from May 13 to June 4.
Opening in May, Van Gogh's Cypresses reexamines essential (and rare) works by the renowned Dutch painter.
Researchers from across Europe, including the Tara Ocean Foundation, collaborate on a historic European land/sea expedition commencing April 2023.
On March 17, East Side Riders Bike Club (ESRBC) launched its e-bike lending program in partnership with the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, also kn...
The Watts-based nonprofit organization will host its 16th Annual Mother's Day Healing Luncheon on May 6, the weekend before Mother's Day.
Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian: Forms of Life Exhibition Opens at Tate Modern
The London museum will bring to life the visionary work of two of the most imaginative artists of the 20th century, Swedish painter Hilma af Klint a...
After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art Opens at London's National Gallery
The post-impressionism exhibition — which will run from March 25 to August 13 — showcases the pioneering work of Cézanne, Van Gogh, and Gaugin.
The third installment of the four-concert series returns to Lincoln Center on March 28.
Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure opens March 31 at The Grand LA.
Met Opera's Saturday Matinee Radio Broadcasts, a Long and Thrilling Tradition
Online, over the airwaves, or via satellite, listeners can hear dazzling performances by today's most celebrated artists as well as legendary singer...
Pastels de Millet à Redon Unveiled at Musée d'Orsay
Curated from d'Orsay's vast archives and running from March 14 through July, this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition will present 95 pastel works by some...
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California (AJSOCAL) has launched the Monterey Park Lunar New Year Victims Fund and the Half Moon Bay Vic...
To mark the 2024 centennial of its life as a public institution, the Morgan Library & Museum will present a major exhibition devoted to the life and...
Garry Kasparov will present the 21st annual lecture hosted by the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations on March 6.
LA Opera Goes for Lavish Laughs with The Marriage of Figaro
Mozart's transcendent comedy is headed to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion's stage, with James Gray and Christian Lacroix in the wedding party.
The acclaimed French musical ensemble journeys across Europe's finest venues to present 17th- and 18th-century Italian, French, and German masterpie...
GRoW @ Annenberg is honored to support community-led organizations in the Los Angeles community of Watts this holiday season and throughout the year.
The organization dedicated to redistributing excess food to people experiencing food insecurity is focusing on large-scale pickups to reach more ind...
Watts Towers Arts Center Campus Presents I Wanted To Do Something Big
For the first time since the pandemic began, the Watts Towers Arts Center Campus reopened its doors on November 13 to host a reception for a new ret...
The National Museum of the American Indian hosted a Dedication Ceremony for the National Native American Veterans Memorial, located at its Washingto...
The second installment of the music series featuring artists from various genres in a new perspective takes place on December 6 in its new home at L...
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California names the third rec...
On October 8, audiences will be able to witness the New York Philharmonic's triumphant return home — in the completely reimagined David Geffen Hall.
The beloved weekly program returns this fall with literary guests including Lindsey Tramuta and Rohkaya Diallo.
LA Opera Opens its Season with Lucia di Lammermoor
Gaetano Donizetti's spellbinding tale of marriage, madness and murder runs from September 17 through October 9 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
The Watts Towers Arts Center Campus is marking 100 years of the Watts Towers and 60 years of the Watts Towers Arts Center this September with numero...
Winslow Homer: Force of Nature Opens at London's National Gallery
For the first time in the UK, the National Gallery presents an overview of the 19th-century American Realist painter who confronted the leading issu...
Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles recently updated its name to Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California (AJSOCAL), reflec...
United in Harmony's overnight summer camp, which hosts children experiencing poverty, reopens its cabin doors in August.
After longtime Los Angeles Philharmonic music director was appointed to the same role at the Paris Opera, he decided to unite two leading arts insti...
Cancer Support Community Los Angeles is holding its second annual Health Equity Summit on September 22, and mental health is top of mind.
Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern (June 18 to September 18) showcases the acclaimed French sculptor in a new light at the Berkshire...
On June 30, the Los Angeles Urban League (LAUL) gives Reverend James M. Lawson, Jr. the Centennial Award at its Whitney M. Young, Jr. Gala in Beverl...
The nonprofit organization provides a communal space for bereaved mothers to grieve, heal, and support one another during a challenging holiday week...
In 2022, GRoW joined the global community in supporting the Afghanistan National Institute of Music's (ANIM) resettlement and reestablishment in Lis...
The public/private partnership with the Lanterman Regional Center, the initiative will provide health care for individuals with developmental delays...
The coalition seeking to sustain the culture and traditions of the Los Angeles community is once again showcasing poets and spoken-word artists.
The Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, in partnership with USC's Center for the Political Future, is hosting the symposium at the Universi...
The featured guest on March 31 is French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Lévy, who was chosen by Daniel Pearl's father, Judea, in collaboration...
Registration is now open to join the festivities on April 30.
Longtime GRoW grantee East Side Riders Bike Club (ESRBC) — led by founder John Jones III — was recently recognized as a community hero by Los Angele...
LA Opera Resurrects Bach's Classic Masterpiece, St. Matthew Passion
A balletic interpretation of the revered Baroque work is being brought to life at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown Los Angeles.
Welcoming more than 80 artists and intellectuals for its inaugural season, this new French cultural institution is reinventing the traditional Frenc...
The Pulitzer Prize- and Grammy-winning musician lords over an evening of thrilling music at California State University Northridge on February 5.
Supporting Local and Independent Journalism Through Zócalo Public Square
GRoW partners with the Arizona State University media enterprise whose mission is to "connect people to ideas and to each other by examining essenti...
Loving Hands Community Care Selected for Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program Grant
The Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee is honoring the Watts-based organization dedicated to supporting grieving mothers.
American Red Cross Provides Critical Relief from Midwest's Devastating Tornadoes
GRoW founder Gregory Annenberg Weingarten joins fellow Annenberg Foundation Vice President and Director Charles Annenberg Weingarten in supporting R...
Met Opera Kicks Off 2021-2022 Season of Saturday Matinee Broadcasts
The longest-running classical music program in American radio history returns this month.
Clínica Romero Continues to Guarantee Healthcare as a Human Right During COVID-19 Pandemic
The community clinic that seeks to address the physical and emotional needs of underserved individuals in Los Angeles by providing affordable, quali...
Covenant House Holds Global Sleep Out to Support Unhoused Youth
The annual event, which takes place this year on November 18, raises critical funds to provide shelter and services to young people in crisis.
Advancing Racial Equity in Philanthropy on Giving Tuesday… and All Year
Give Blck maintains an online database to raise the visbility of Black-founded nonprofit organizations and expand their reach.
Watts Organizations Provide Holiday Support During Pandemic with Compassion and Kindness
Join us in supporting the work of eight nonprofits in this South Los Angeles community that are organizing toy and food drives this holiday season.
As Wildfires Reach Record Levels, GRoW Supports Fire-Prevention Efforts in Southern California
Firefighters are valiantly battling blazes to save the region's most populated areas.
Emma's Torch — a restaurant and nonprofit that provides expert culinary training to refugees and offers assistance in finding meaningful careers in ...
Poussin and the Dance Opens at London's National Gallery
Running from October 9 to January 2, 2022, the exhibition is the first examination of how Nicolas Poussin incorporated dance into his body of work —...
Evenings with an Author Series Returns to American Library in Paris
The weekly series that promotes lively discussions with noteworthy literary and public figures is sponsored by GRoW.
Les Talens Lyriques Celebrates 30th Season with Performances at La Scala in Milan
This fall, France's internationally renowned musical ensemble that performs some of Europe's rarest and most historically important pieces from the ...
The East Side Riders Bike Club resumed its Ride to Feed the Hungry series, a program that prepares meals for Compton and Watts residents experiencin...
Essential Community Health Clinics Step Up Vaccination Efforts in Pandemic
As the COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread throughout Los Angeles County, GRoW supports vaccine distribution in two Los Angeles communities h...
One of the world's most prestigious universities recently announced its 2021-22 Weidenfeld-Hoffman GRoW @ Annenberg Scholars, who will pursue gradua...
Photographer Dawoud Bey Comes into Focus at Whitney Museum's Walter Annenberg Lecture
The influential American photographer is admired for his poignant reflections on visibility, race, and disparity in America.
LA Opera's Song Returns to Stage For First Time in 18 Months With Il Trovatore
Music and live performance light up the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion stage once again as the LA Opera begins the 2021-22 season on September 18 with an...
On Sunday, July 11, the Portuguese newspaper Público featured an article about a unique international partnership between two GRoW grantee organizat...
From July 15 to August 22, the UK's creative community hub presents a thrilling open-air experience in its spectacular courtyard.
High School Students Explore Environmental Careers in Southern California Mountains
Since 2016, GRoW has partnered with the National Park Foundation and the Santa Monica Mountains Fund to support the SAMO Youth Mentoring Program in ...
L.A.-Based Organizations Awarded 'Champions Live Here' Super Bowl Grants
Nine GRoW grantee-partners are among the 56 inspiring changemakers in the greater Los Angeles area that will receive funding, marketing resources, c...
Hispanic Society Museum and Library Hosts In the Heights Exhibition
From June 9 to August 15, the exhibition will feature more than 50 photographic images that track the evolution of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony-winning...
GRoW is honored to support the production of a documentary film that will explore the Methodist minister's extensive career and pivotal advocacy of ...
Loving Hands Hosts 16th Annual Mother's Day Event Virtually
The Mother's Day Healing Luncheon is being streamed live on Loving Hands Community Care's YouTube channel and Facebook page on May 8 at 11 a.m. PT.
LA Phil will kick off its 2021 season with four free outdoor concerts at the Hollywood Bowl for health care workers, first responders, and essential...
Nearly 200 Countries Celebrate International Jazz Day
The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz partners with the United Nations and UNESCO for the 10th annual tribute to the beloved music genre, which spotl...
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Partners with Equal Justice Initiative Founder for Social Justice-Themed Concert
Led by legendary trumpeter and artistic director Wynton Marsalis, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will present Freedom, Justice, and Hope with ...
Protecting Civil Rights of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities
In the wake of widespread anti-Asian racism, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles' contributions towards equity and racial justice are of...
The UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations supports research and promotes discourse on international relations, United States foreign policy...
Institut Curie Foundation Commemorates Centenary of Innovation in Fight Against Cancer
France's largest cancer research center recognizes the 100-year anniversary of Marie Curie's first trip to the United States and the creation of the...
GRoW Supports COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts in Los Angeles
As the vaccine rollout expands, we are supporting distribution programs focused on low-income communities of color.
Jazz at Lincoln Center and Equal Justice Initiative Premiere Animated Short
An important conversation between JALC artistic director Wynton Marsalis and EJI founder/executive director Bryan Stevenson about the value of art h...
The Paris Opera & Ballet Announces Moves Gala Reve d'Enfants to April
The annual holiday event raises funds for arts education benefitting underprivileged children in the French capital.
GRoW Partners with MLK, Jr. Community Hospital to Support Staff for Holidays
With COVID-19 cases spiking across Los Angeles, healthcare workers face unprecedented demands after an already challenging year. We recognize the sa...
Maestro Philippe Jordan Conducts Final Performance as Music Director of Paris Opera
This holiday season, the longtime Paris Opera conductor led his orchestra through Richard Wagner's epic masterpiece, Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ri...
New Memorial Honors Sacrifice and Service of Native American Veterans
Paying tribute to the exceptional service performed by American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native veterans, the National Native American Ve...
Watts Organizations Provide Food, Toys, and Support During a Challenging Holiday Season
Several GRoW grantee-partners are providing assistance in many forms to families and children in this South Los Angeles community.
USC Annenberg School Partners with GRoW to Diversify Newsrooms
The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California has named the first recipient of the GRoW @ Annenberg...
Artemisia Finally Opens at London's National Gallery… and Online
The pandemic-delayed exhibit that celebrates the gifted and resilient Italian Baroque painter debuts in October.
American Library in Paris Celebrates its Centennial
On October 8, Europe's largest English-language lending library raises a glass to 100 years of service — and aims to fund many more — with its Centu...
Protecting Los Angeles County During Unprecedented Wildfire Season
Although the 2020 season only recently began, it has already proven to be particularly devastating, with flames raging across California, Oregon, an...
KCET's Artbound Showcases Watts Towers Arts Center
The Emmy-winning arts and culture series is featuring the Watts Towers Arts Center, a longtime GRoW grantee-partner, in an episode airing this fall.
On any given weekday, John Jones III, founder and executive director of the all-volunteer grassroots organization, can be found on a street in this ...
GRoW Continues to Support Communities as Pandemic Persists
Our philanthropic initiative remains steadfast in our commitment to support the organizations and communities most impacted by the spread of COVID-1...
GRoW is honored to support the documentary Hargrove, which unspools the inspirational story of legendary trumpeter Roy Hargrove.
In Support of Organizations Meeting the Needs of Our Most Vulnerable Communities
As the pandemic and the resulting economic crisis have evolved, so too has GRoW's philanthropic response.
Backing Efforts to Ensure Fair and Accurate Census Count
With the 2020 Census underway, GRoW @ Annenberg is providing grant support to Fair Count, a Georgia-based organization founded to ensure that this y...
LA Opera Announces Winners of Fourth Annual GRoW @ Annenberg Poster Contest
The competition invites students attending Southern California colleges and universities to submit original artwork to be highlighted at an LA Opera...
'The opposite of poverty is not wealth. The opposite of poverty is justice.' —Bryan Stevenson
Today and every day, we condemn all acts of racism and bigotry, and pledge to continue to support Black leaders and Black-led organizations who chal...
In These Challenging Times, GRoW's Grantee-Partners Are Points of Light
We are inspired by the many individuals and organizations across the globe who continue to bolster our spirits in the pandemic through music, dance,...
Loving Hands Hosts 13th Annual Mother's Day Healing Luncheon for Grieving Mothers
The hour-long May 9 event — which includes musical performances, speakers, poetry, and raffles — will be held virtually for the first time, through ...
GRoW is Committed to Providing Responsive Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic
We are engaged in a multifaceted, strategic response to the international crisis spurred by the spread of COVID-19.
Violins of Hope Opens at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
The exhibition that uses violins to educate about the Holocaust and celebrate the triumph of the human spirit — as well as the power of music — debu...
LA Phil's Power to the People! Festival Honors Artists Engaged in Activism
This five-week celebration of musicians who use their platform as artists to champion social change, civil rights, and humanitarian causes takes pla...
Los Angeles Urban League Hosts 47th Annual Whitney M. Young Jr. Awards Dinner
The ceremony honors leaders whose work in Los Angeles aligns with LAUL's mission to promote economic advancement and secure civil rights for communi...
GRoW @ Annenberg SOUND ON Series Presents Leading Voices at New York Phil
The second concert of the three-part series, Leading Voices was commissioned in conjunction with the New York Phil's initiative Project 19, a centen...
LA Opera Accepting Submissions for Fourth Annual LA Opera GRoW @ Annenberg Poster Contest
The competition encourages Southern California college students to submit original artwork themed to the Opera's spring production of Mozart's The M...
GRoW Supports Firefighting Efforts in Australia During Wildfire Emergency
With the new year bringing a devastating wildfire season to Australia, we have joined fellow Annenberg Foundation trustees in the fight to protect t...
East Side Riders Bike Club Kicks Off New Year with Group Ride
On these excurisons, which take place several times per year, the organization's members and their families explore Los Angeles together on bikes, b...
Harper's Bazaar: First in Fashion Opens at Musée des Arts Décoratifs
The Paris museum will unveil the exhibition that delves into trendsetting magazine's history, photography, and influence on women and style.
Telfair Avenue Elementary School Teachers Receive New iPads and Keyboards
GRoW is underwriting the cost of updated educational equipment for the L.A.-area school's teaching staff.
Watts Organizations Mark the Holidays with Toy and Food Drives
Several GRoW grantee-partners are helping to brighten the end-of-year festivities for children and families in the South Los Angeles community.
East Side Riders Bike Club Launches 10th Annual Holiday Giveback
The all-volunteer, bicycle-promoting organization will host a free Thanksgiving feast on November 23 for homeless and food-insecure residents of the...
The Marriage of Figaro Opens at Theatre des Champs-Elysées
Executive staff and board members from the LA Opera are traveling to Paris to attend the premiere of the Mozart masterpiece on November 26, ahead of...
Met Opera Presents New Season of Saturday Matinee Broadcasts
As New York City's Metropolitan Opera prepares to kick off the 89th season of its popular live-performance radio program on December 7, GRoW launche...
Supporting the Los Angeles Fire Department During Another Relentless Wildfire Season
As California battles more blazes and suffers more devastation, GRoW joins fellow Annenberg Foundation trustees in offering aid to the LAFD.
Leonardo: Experience a Masterpiece Exhibition Premieres at London's National Gallery
One of Europe's finest museums spotlights Leonardo da Vinci's extensive breadth of work and focuses on the intriguing painting The Virgin of the Roc...
Loving Hands Community Care Expands its Outreach and Impact
The nonprofit Watts-based organization hosts host its first community engagement and capacity-building meeting in November.
The Skirball Presents El Sueño Americano / The American Dream: Photographs by Tom Kiefer
The Jewish cultural institution unveils an important photography exhibition that asks us to reconsider how we view migrants.
NY Phil Launches 2019-2020 GRoW @ Annenberg Sound ON Series with Telling Tales
The New York Philharmonic hosts the first of three concerts on October 1 that kick off the second season of the concert series.
The Watts community celebrates the latest edition of the music festival as well as the late hip-hop star and beloved activist, who was a former stud...
Cancer Support Community Los Angeles Presents Fifth Annual Gilda Gala
The fundraising event honors notable cancer advocates and inspiring individuals who have forged new ways of approaching cancer care.
Youth Program Internships in Santa Monica Mountains Introduce Students to Nature, Careers in Conservation
On August 15, the Santa Monica Mountains (SAMO) Fund and National Park Foundation graduates a group of high school students who have dedicated their...
Immigrant Defenders Law Center Marks Four Years of Fighting for Universal Legal Representation
The nonprofit law firm that focuses on social justice in Southern California represents more than 600 immigrants in need every year.
We Care Outreach Ministries Prepares for Safe and Successful School Year
We Care Outreach Ministries is preparing programming such as Safe Passages, which ensures that students are able to travel safely to and from school...
GRoW has underwitten scholarships for students across the globe since 2013.
Les Talens Lyriques Entertains Audiences from Paris to Los Angeles
The French musical ensemble known for performing rare compositions from the 16th, 17th, and 18th century will explore the music of Handel, Rameau, a...
Community Foundation of Acadiana Helps to Rebuild Louisiana Churches Destroyed by Arson
Over the course of 10 days this spring, three historic Black churches in Louisiana were destroyed by acts of arson. But no act of hatred can match t...
Loving Hands Community Care Hosts 12th Annual Mother's Day Healing Luncheon
Loving Hands Community Care continues its Mother's Day tradition on May 11 by hosting a special meal in Los Angeles for mothers who have lost children.
The interfaith support between two communities separated by thousands of miles of land and ocean is a testament to the bonds that bring us together ...
Black is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite Opens at Skirball
On April 11, the Los Angeles-based Jewish educational and cultural museum unveils an exhibition featuring the compelling works of a leading artist i...
Founder Michael Cummings is leading 70 fifth graders from a Watts elementary school through a full-day program titled Keeper of the Dream, which giv...
Met Opera Continues to Shine with Saturday Matinee Radio Broadcasts
Every Saturday between December and May, the Met brings you live performances from the stage of the historic opera house, with commentary before the...
GRoW supports the clinic that empowers law students to represent immigrants, low-wage employees, labor unions, and grassroots organizations in impor...
GRoW is honored to support London's Royal Opera House on January 26, when families who have never seen a ballet or opera at the historic institution...
Last month, the grassroots organization released Bikes Need Love Too, a collection of short essays written by six young authors from the South Los A...
The second installment of the three-part GRoW-sponsored concert series will be performed by musicians from the NY Phil at the Appel Room in Lincoln ...
In November, the Woolsey Fire wrought devastation and destruction at the end of another catastrophic wildfire season, burning nearly 100,000 acres i...
Join GRoW in championing the work of leaders in the South L.A. community who are supplying essential goods — and cheer — at the end of the year.
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Opens at Skirball
The exhibition that examines the exceptional Supreme Court justice debuts October 19 at the Jewish cultural institution.
The acclaimed American painter and silhouettist who interrogates issues of race, gender, sexuality, and violence in her work will be the featured sp...
The organization that provides shelter to youth in crisis is holding its signature annual fundraiser on November 16.
October 7th is the kickoff date for the three-part concert series that spotlights contemporary chamber repertoire.
The Opera's Off Grand initiative will present an intimate concert on October 11 by the renowned Paris music ensemble, led by its founder and harpsic...
A GRoW-commissioned sculpture of Rodia by Watts Towers Arts Center artist-in-residence Charles Dickson will be unveiled at the September 30 event in...
Watts Leadership Institute Hosts Black Panther Screening
GRoW will sponsor a day of educational programming and celebration on August 11, led by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs initiative that sup...
The National Park Foundation teams up with the Santa Monica Mountains (SAMO) Fund to host a graduation ceremony on August 9 for students who spent t...
New graduate Jade Elliot received a paid trip to Switzerland to show off her impressive saxophone skills.
Watts Towers Arts Center Presents Creative Souls: African American Artists in Greater Los Angeles
Running through July 8, the exhibition is based on UCLA senior lecturer Paul Von Blum's book that spotlights exceptional Southern California artists...
The human rights organization founded by Bryan Stevenson christened both the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum: From Ens...
Loving Hands Community Care hosts will host its yearly event for bereaved mothers in Los Angeles on May 12.
The second annual poster design competition invited college students in Southern California to submit original artwork themed to the LA Opera's spri...
On display from March 9 to May 28, Women House reexamines the domestic space from the inside out.
Founder Michael Cummings led a group of Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School students through a full-day program designed to prepare them for ...
LA Opera Presents New Production of Orpheus and Eurydice
Running March 10 through March 25 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, this interpretation of the ancient Greek myth is co-produced by the LA Opera, th...
A global beacon for ambitious projects, the Getty Foundation oversees Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an innovative partnership between institutions a...
GRoW is providing funding in the wake of recent fires that scorched hundreds of thousands of acres of land and displaced countless families in Ventu...
The 15-year-old dancer from Claremont, California (pictured above) is SAB's GRoW fellow for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 seasons. Part of the school'...