March 28, 2017
City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Partners with Los Angeles County Arts Commission to Present the First Los Angeles Arts Datathon Exploring Data to Increase Access to the Arts
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Official hashtag #ArtsDatathon
The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission present the first Los Angeles Arts Datathon bringing together people from across the region to examine the significance of arts data for all residents and visitors. The datathon takes place on April 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Reef, the downtown Los Angeles campus of Claremont Graduate University and Sotheby’s Institute of Art – Los Angeles.
Social media messaging
Explore how to use data to make the arts accessible 4/22 Arts Datathon @LACountyArts @Culture_LA #ArtsDatathon https://artsdatathon.org
What does #data have to do with the #arts? Find out at the Arts Datathon @Culture_LA @LACountyArts #ArtsDatathon https://artsdatathon.org
Roll up your sleeves & dig into #artsdata w/ us on 4/22 Arts Datathon @Culture_LA @LACountyArts #ArtsDatathon https://artsdatathon.org
Join us at the Arts Datathon on April 22, 2017 and help make a difference in your community. Jointly organized by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Arts Datathon will bring together arts agencies with artists, educators, community advocates, and professionals in culture and urban planning to explore arts data. At the end of the day we will have a greater understanding of the present and future of arts and culture in the greater Los Angeles area. Special discounts for students and artists.
The arts bring people together across many lines: demographic, economic, and social. The arts are an effective tool for community empowerment. People express themselves, their communities, and their cultures in arts and cultural spaces. How can we make change? We have to begin with the facts, and that means starting with raw data. Join the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs // @culutre_la and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission // @LAcountyArts on April 22, 2017 to explore how use data to ensure that everyone in the greater Los Angeles area has real and meaningful access to the arts, no matter who they are, or where they live!