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Make Music Los Angeles

On Behalf of the MMLA Board of Directors

Thank YouArtists you are the creative heart and soul of Los Angeles. The smiles, laughter and good will you shared in communities all across the county was enjoyed and appreciated by thousands of people.

Venues, thank you for opening your doors, parks, libraries, shops, school yards, and galleries by extending a welcome to artists and the public who came to your locations to hear music. Your generosity gave hundreds of artists an opportunity to perform and create lasting memories.

We thank you all for being a part of MMLA 2014 and we look forward to your participation in 2015.

 

Find local musical performances and help celebrate Make Music LA on June 21st.

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Artists, musicians and performers participating in Make Music LA on June 21st.

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List of venues in the Los Angeles area participating in Make Music LA on June 21st.

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Danielle Brazell New DCA GM

Danielle BrazellDanielle Brazelle has been selected by Mayor Eric Garcetti to lead the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Danielle for the past eight years was the executive director of Arts for LA an arts advocacy organization MMLA is a member. Danielle’s new position overseas the city’s grants to artists, art groups, cultural festivals in addition to operating landmark sites such as the Watts Towers, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Warner Grand Theatre and the William Grant Still Arts Center. We congratulate Danielle and look forward to working with her and her team at the Department of Cultural Affairs.

Outreach at the Congress of Neighborhoods

MMLA will participate with a workshop at the Congress of Neighborhoods Saturday, September 20th at Los Angeles City Hall. The Congress of Neighborhoods is open to all stakeholders in Los Angeles. “The purpose is to promote more citizen participation in government and make government more responsive to local needs”
–Los Angeles City Charter Article 1X

Registration is free and it includes breakfast and lunch, workshops networking and more.

MMLA will share ideas and resources for creating musical and artistic events in communities throughout the county. In addition there will be a panel discussion with event organizers, musicians and event space proprietors.

Letter from Mayor Eric Garcetti

Mayor Eric GarcettiDear Friends,

I want you to invest in the future of arts in Los Angeles – as an organization, business, institution or individual – by supporting Make Music Los Angeles in 2014.

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