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August 15, 1997
"Do We Need a National Endowment for the Arts?," a free panel discussion, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Hollywood Bowl Museum. Scheduled speakers include Laura Zucker, executive director of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission; ACLU spokesman Alan Parachini, who formerly covered the NEA for the Los Angeles Times; and Tomas Benitez, director of East L.A.'s Self-Help Graphics. Parking is free. Information: (213) 850-2000.
September 3, 1993
A debate over government funding of the arts will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Airport Sheraton, 6101 W. Century Blvd. Opposing all government funding of the arts will by John O'Leary, a policy analyst for the Reason Foundation. Supporting government arts funding will be Laura Zucker, executive director of the L.A. County Music and Performing Arts Commission, and Roberto Bedoya, president of the National Assn. of Artists' Organizations.
November 18, 1988
The executive board of ATLAS (the Associated Theatres of Los Angeles) has requested more discussion with the Western Advisory Board of Actors' Equity Assn. in the continuing effort by both sides to reach a mutually acceptable version of Equity's Actors' 99-Seat Theatre Plan. According to ATLAS representative Laura Zucker, a revised version of the plan submitted to ATLAS Wednesday addressed some of the group's concerns, but not enough.
September 24, 1990
My experiences of the Los Angeles Festival were somewhat different from Laura Zucker's (Counterpunch, "Los Angeles Festival Discovers the People," Sept. 17). While the festival was supposedly more accessible than the 1987 edition, I found it far more difficult to get seats. I dispatched my order form a day after receiving it in the mail and received tickets for about 60% of the events I had requested, versus about nine out of 10 in 1987. I wound up spending just a little more than half of my 1987 festival budget.
December 9, 2004 | Diane Haithman, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has adopted the county's first formal Civic Arts Policy, which will allocate 1% of design and construction costs on new county capital projects to provide or finance civic art components for these projects. The number of county capital projects varies from year to year. In 2003-04, the county authorized $522 million for such projects.
June 20, 1992 | PEGGY Y. LEE
The Ventura Arts Council has awarded $10,000 in grants to eight artists for visual and performance projects, officials said. The projects, which include an original opera, a collage and dance performances, will all be shown in Ventura, said Laura Zucker, executive director of the Ventura Arts Council. Most of the artists are from Ventura, but residency is not a requirement, Zucker said. "The performances must appear in Ventura between July 1 and June 30, 1993," she said.
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