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2015 Sustainability Summit, April 24th

Arts District Community Council is proud to have been invited to join the LA Business Council as a cooperating organization for the 2015 Sustainability Summit, taking place at the Getty Center’s Harold M. Williams Auditorium on April 24th, from 7:30am to 2:00pmHailed by notables nationwide as the singular L.A. event that captures how to best build and capitalize in the clean tech economy, this exceptional forum advocates for business-driven solutions and effective public policy to help Los Angeles realize its clean energy future.

 

They key theme of LABC’s 2015 Sustainability Summit is the “Path to Paris” and what the global conversation at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference means for California and the Los Angeles region.

 

This year’s Summit will focus on a variety of topics including: The global renewable energy market; setting an interim target and standard for greenhouse gas emissions reductions to keep California on the path toward its 80% by 2050 goal; California’s cap and trade program; grid integration and planning for more distributed generation, electric vehicles and advanced energy efficiency in Los Angeles; implementation of the state water bond; and L.A.’s strategies to source 50% of our water locally.

 

The LABC Institute will also unveil a new Los Angeles River Report that identifies economic tools and strategies that can help to accelerate its revitalization and suggests opportunities that leverage this unprecedented investment in sustainable infrastructure to maximize economic, environmental, health and equity benefits to neighboring communities, particularly those near transit. With generous support from the California Community Foundation and the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, LABC Institute has convened an advisory committee consisting of leaders from government, businesses, and community and environmental groups who are actively engaged in the L.A. River to help guide this study. We will tie the release of the report to a special panel discussion focused on achieving both the environmental and community economic development goals of the L.A. River revitalization.

This year’s Summit Co-Chairs include: the California Community Foundation, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Haworth, Unisource Solutions, Inc., Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, Southern California Gas Company/Sempra Energy, PIPE Group, Trammell Crow Company, STV Construction, the Getty Center of Los Angeles and the Office of Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Confirmed and Invited keynotes and program participants include: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti; Michael Picker, President of the California Public Utilities Commission; State Senator Fran Pavley; Brad Cox, Senior Managing Director of Trammell Crow Company; and Dominick M. Servedio, Executive Chairman of STV Construction, among others.

 

We will also be honoring State Treasurer John Chiang at our VIP Reception.

 

There are no costs associated with becoming a cooperating organization – we ask only that you invite your members to the Summit by mid-March/first week of April through a direct email blast, or by inclusion in your monthly or quarterly e-newsletter and copy us.

 

Arts District Alliance 2015 "Uniting the World through Art Exhibition & Exchange



 

Arts District Alliance 

a project of Arts District Community Council LA Presents: 

"Uniting the World through Art" 
A week long Artist in Resident stay featuring 2 Art Exhibitions & a week of Cultural Exchange

The Arts District Alliance, a project of Arts District Community Council LA (ADCCLA), is based in the heart of the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District. Its mission is to create an annual exchange with international artists representing arts district’s worldwide. The focus of the exchange is to offer an opportunity to create dialogue, collaboration and discovery between artists and community members as well as create exposure for their artwork.

For January 2015, we will be launching the first exchange with artists from 798 Arts District  in Beijing China and the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District.  The program runs from Tuesday January 20th – Sunday,  January 25th  The exhibition will be open for the duration of the artists stay.  

In addition 4 artists from the 
neighborhood were selected to be a part of the exhibition to enhance the relational experience between the Artists themselves and art patrons.

The week will culminate in a private reception for the artists where they will meet and mingle with local artists of varying vocations.  Check out and like our facebook page to find out how you can attend.

 

                       
Please Join Us for the
Opening Night Reception
at Lot 613
613 Imperial Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021

Tuesday, January 20th 
7:00pm to 10:00pm
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Exhibit will continue until January 25th.
Gallery hours
Wednesday thru Sunday
1:00pm to 6:00pm
Entrance on Mateo
(
614 Mateo Street)

Street Parking available
(Entrance next to the Springs)
                       
Be a part of an amazing week of art and cultural exchange.

Read more about the program at Arts District Alliance!
 
 
 
                       
Please Join Us for the
Opening Night Reception
at ArtShare LA

801 East 4th Place
Los Angeles, CA 90013


Wednesday, January 21st
7:00pm to 10:00pm
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Exhibit will continue until January 25th.
Gallery hours
Thursday thru Sunday
1:00pm to 6:00pm

Parking across from
ArtShare entrance
 
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