Public Art: Neighborhood Youth Arts

The Neighborhood Youth Arts Profile is a key component of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Arts Profile, a citywide effort that tracks cultural and socioeconomic indicators across all Los Angeles neighborhoods.

Key Impact

Data-driven analysis of youth-accessible arts programs across Los Angeles communities.

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The Neighborhood Youth Arts Profile is a key component of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Arts Profile, a citywide effort that tracks cultural and socioeconomic indicators across all Los Angeles neighborhoods. Launched in 2018, the Los Angeles Neighborhood Arts Profile allows users to access and understand up-to-date datasets on arts, culture, and community in a given neighborhood. Launched with an Arts Datathon, the project continued with community input, mapping and resulted in a searchable tool for Angelenos to use to access arts in their neighborhoods.

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Issue Area

Arts

Partners

Department of Cultural Affairs
Stuart Foundation

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