Fall 2014 Arts & Culture Candidate Surveys: Inglewood City Council

Fall 2014 Arts & Culture Candidate Surveys: Inglewood City Council

Candidate order: James Butts, Sandie Crisp, Mike Stevens, Gilbert Mathieu

As part of our work to foster greater civic dialogue and encourage greater voter turnout, Arts for LA presents these Arts & Culture Candidate Surveys to promote dialogue around issues facing our community.

Survey responses provided by each candidate are for voter information purposes only. Arts for LA does not endorse candidates seeking office. We are committed to fostering respectful, nonpartisan dialogue about issues relating to arts and culture. For more information, please read about our mission and values or our FAQ.

All eligible candidates were contacted to participate in the survey. If you would like to submit new or revise existing responses, please contact Arts for LA at advocate@artsforla.org or 213-225-7580.

Arts for LA thanks Inglewood Cultural Arts for their partnership in collecting and distributing these survey results. The Actors Fund, KCET Artbound, California Alliance for Arts Education, LA2050, LA STAGE Alliance, Latino Arts Network, Otis College of Art and Design, and the Social & Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) served as Regional Partners by promoting Arts & Culture Candidate Surveys throughout Los Angeles County.

Voting for Inglewood City Council will be held on Tuesday, November 4.

1 seat is available in this election. Elections are at large; voters may vote for any of the eligible candidates in this election.

For more information on where to vote, visit the Los Angeles County Clerk/Registrar-Recorder’s Office website.

Question 1: What was the most meaningful arts and cultural experience you had growing up?

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Attending a symphony concert and opera as a high school student. Art will help young person to appreciate history and discover their talent. I support art and it should be stressed in all schools.

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Question 2: What do you believe the role of City Council should be in the development and support of the region's cultural infrastructure?

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Civic work for zoning for artist bohemian district.

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Question 3: How would you champion modifications to, or expansion of, the city's current funding stream for local arts and culture?

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Chamber of commerce and private business.

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Question 4: What three things would you do to deepen the city's investment in its creative economy (cultural tourism, indirect and direct jobs, nonprofit and for profit)?

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IUSD involvement, 501(c)3 to promote art, solicit grants, sponsor art contests, use park and recreation promotion funds.

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Inglewood Candidates Respond to Arts & Culture Survey

Inglewood Candidates Respond to Arts & Culture Survey

Thu, 03/14/2013 - 8:30am

Photo: inglewood Cultural ArtsThree of nine candidates for the Inglewood City Council have responded to Arts for LA’s semiannual arts & culture candidate surveys.  The surveys, which cover the overlap between the economy and public funding for the arts, were published today on ArtsforLA.org.

Arts for All and Arts for LA Announce Arts Education Support for LA County School Districts

Arts for All and Arts for LA Announce Arts Education Support for LA County School Districts

Mon, 11/26/2012 - 2:15pm

Photo: map of Arts for All and Arts for LA's current districtsArts for All, Los Angeles County’s collaborative effort to ensure curriculum in all public schools includes the arts, recently announced that four new districts and one charter school group have joined the initiative. Of the eighty-one school districts in the county, fifty-four are now part of Arts for All.