William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman
Scott Bakula and Chelsea Field
Supervisor Kathryn Barger
Katherine Beyda and Michael Amundson
Jeff and Marla Garlin
Councilman José and Richelle Huizar
Mark Mothersbaugh and Anita Greenspan
Matt and Melinda Nix
Draco Rosa and Angela Alvarado
Kathleen and Chip Rosenbloom
Jamie Tarses and Paddy Aubrey
Matt and Katie Tarses
John and Marilyn Wells
2018 LACHSA Future Artists Gala
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Future Artists by donating now!
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Coming to the event? Here are details.
Entering from Alameda Street, turn left into the large parking structure adjacent to the warehouses. Take a ticket as you enter the parking lot and walk into the main courtyard. You will find signs to lead you to the event on the 5th floor of Building 2. We will provide validation for your parking at Check-in. It is a popular destination for ride-share services too!
What to Wear
Downtown Chic. You are coming to an art-focused warehouse party at the intersection of the Arts and Fashion Districts in DTLA. Dress up for a night out in the city. No Black Tie needed. It’s not that kind of Gala.
What to Expect
Stunning views of Los Angeles, an Artists Loft featuring works by LACHSA student-artists, delicious food and drink, a fun and fast-paced showcase performance by LACHSA student-artists, and an after party featuring LACHSA student-musicians (see the theme?). Finally there will also be an opportunity to pledge your support of LACHSA through a spirited bid-to-give auction. The event is designed as a hip cocktail party so no assigned tables…not many chairs…just seeing friends old and new and celebrating arts education while raising needed funds for this incredible public arts high school.
Future Artists Gala
Saturday, April 28
777 Alameda Street
The Future Artists Gala will celebrate the incredible talents of students at America's leading public arts high school—the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA). It will be held at the ROW in DTLA—a re-purposed industrial warehouse in the Arts District that embodies the excitement and promise of the arts in Los Angeles. The event will help raise needed funds in support of LACHSA's dance, music, opera, cinematic arts, visual arts, theater, and musical theatre disciplines as LACHSA develops a new generation of diverse artists and arts leaders.
Founded in 1985, the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts is a tuition-free public school that offers a specialized program combining college-preparatory academic instruction and conservatory-style training in the visual and performing arts. It is consistently ranked as one of the premier public arts high schools in the U.S. Located since its inception on the campus of Cal State L.A., its graduates attend the world’s finest arts colleges and universities. The non-profit Arts High Foundation raises needed funds to bridge the gap between available state funding and the actual cost of the arts programs.
For more information contact:
Andrea Headley, Arts High Foundation, 213-225-7584