Getty Center has partnered with the LA Phil Youth Orchestra in Los Angeles (YOLA) for the 25th anniversary of Getty
For their 25you anniversary, Getty Center is partnering with organizations in Los Angeles for free community art festivals. Participants can enjoy hands-on art workshops, live music and performances, gifts, a photo booth, an immersive digital experience provided by Getty’s collections, food and more.
Getty has partnered with LA Phil’s Los Angeles Youth Orchestra (YOLA) to highlight the city’s arts and culture. The opening weekend was held on Saturday, May 14, and Sunday, May 15, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., for a two-day festival at Inglewood City Hall.
The front lawn of Inglewood City Hall, Art Park Grevillea and Beckman YOLA Center hosted interactive workshops and had live performances with local musicians, craftsmen and visual artists. The events gave local artists and musicians a platform to showcase their talents and suppliers a chance to promote their business.
Saturday’s event includes performances by YOLA, Walkgood presents: Makélé Sound Bath & Kemetic Yoga w / Anu Wolley, Black Nile, Voices of Creation, Foreigner B2B Blaq Pages, We Are King, ICYOLA Jazz Band and DJ Qwesscoast & Friends. DJ Gudo, students from Inglewood Unified School District, No) one. Art House Movement Workshop with Chris Emil also performed on the youth stage of Inglewood and others.
Sunday performances included sounds by DJ Jeli and DJ Gudo, SHINE Muwasi, YOLA and ICYOLA, The Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers, Brasil Brasil Cultural Center, Godfrey at Large, Katalyst, MUNEKA, 1500 Sound Academy, Capoeira Workshop with Brasil Brasil and DJ Battlecat and G-Funk All-Stars starring Georgia Ann Muldrow
Attendees had a variety of experiences and activities and art activations to choose from, including a community gathering seminar from Colored Art Studio, a public art exhibition curated by Kayla Salisbury, Writing Your Inner Geography by Fei Hernandez, Inglewood Open Studios (IOS ) Coloring Workshop with local artists, sculpture workshop by The Creative House, ink scattering workshop by Martin Durazo, art activation of cloud collection at the Beckmen YOLA Center by Helen Lesick and environmental art demonstrations with Dobby Garden.
Food suppliers include Mr. Fries Man, Billionaire Burger Boyz, Compton Vegan, I Love Funnel Cakes and Crenshaw Coffee Co.
Serving more than 1,500 young musicians on five sites, YOLA provides them with free instruments, up to 18 hours of weekly intensive music training, academic support and leadership training.
For more information on Getty 25 festivals, visit: https://www.getty.edu/news/getty-announces-locations-for-10-free-community-art-festivals-across-los-angeles/
For more information on LA Phil and this weekend’s event, visit: www.laphil.com and https://www.laphil.com/campaigns/celebrate-inglewood-community-festival.
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