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Barcid Foundation

Barcid Foundation is a nonprofit media arts organization founded to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary Native Americans.

The HUB, Central, 4th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Clockshop

Clockshop

Clockshop is a multifaceted non-profit arts organization that works at the intersection of cultural production, politics, and urban space.

The Bowtie, East, 1st Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Community Services Unlimited

Community Services Unlimited

Community Services Unlimited Inc. (CSU), is a 501c3 established in 1977 and headquartered in South Central Los Angeles.

South LA Wetlands Park, South, 9th Council District

"Santa Cruz Island Ironwood Reallocation", in collaboration with the Theodore Payne Foundation, April 2014, CA Native Plants Project / Manhattan Beach, CA, 5000 risograph prints, wooden crates, 20 santa cruz island ironwood seedlings

Devon Tsuno

Working in collaboration with the Theodore Payne Foundation, Devon Tsuno is a Los Angeles-born artist who is based in the city.

Sepulveda Basin, North, 6th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Friends of the Los Angeles River

Friends of the Los Angeles River (FoLAR)

FoLAR was founded in 1986 to protect and restore the natural, historic heritage of the Los Angeles River and its riparian habitat through inclusive planning, education and wise stewardship.

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, West, 5th Council District Hansen Dam, North, 7th Council District Norman O. Houston Park, South, 8th Council District South LA Wetlands Park, South, 9th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of KCHUNG Radio

KCHUNG

KCHUNG is a community radio resource and artists’ co-operative based in Chinatown, Los Angeles.

South Weddington Park, North, 2nd Council District Point Fermin Park, South, 15th Council District Historic 1st Street Bridge, East, 14th Council District

Image courtesy of Metabolic Studio.

Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio

Derived from the Greek word for change, "metabolism” is the process that maintains life. In continuous cycles of creation and destruction, metabolism transforms nutrients into energy and matter.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of LA Urban Rangers

Los Angeles Urban Rangers

The Los Angeles Urban Rangers develop guided hikes, campfire talks, field kits, and other interpretive tools to spark creative explorations of everyday habitats, in our home megalopolis and beyond.

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, West, 5th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Self Help Graphics and Art

Self Help Graphics and Art

Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG) inspires the creation and promotion of new works by Chicano and Latino artists through experimental and innovative printmaking techniques and other visual art forms and media.

Hansen Dam, North, 7th Council District Norman O. Houston Park, South, 8th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras

Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras

Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras (Day Labor Theater Without Borders - TJSF) is a Los Angeles-based ensemble theater group.

Echo Park Lake, Central, 13th Council District

Photo Credit: Courtesy of UCLA ArtSci

UCLA Art Sci

The UCLA Art|Sci Center is dedicated to pursuing and promoting the evolving “Third Culture” by facilitating the infinite potential of collaborations between (media) arts and (bio/nano) sciences.

Del Rey Lagoon Park, West, 11th Council District Westside Neighborhood Park, South, 10th Council District

Photo Credit: Gilda Davidian

Women’s Center for Creative Work

The Women’s Center for Creative Work is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate Los Angeles’ feminist creative communities and practices.

Bee Canyon Park, North, 12th Council District