Culver City Announces Performing Arts Grants for 2023

On December 5, 2022, the City Council of the City of Culver City awarded over $213,000 in 2023 Performing Arts Grants as recommended by the City’s Cultural Affairs Commission. Twenty-nine (29) non-profit arts organizations will receive grants to present music, dance, and theatre performances from January to December 2023. These performances will take place at various indoor and outdoor locations throughout Culver City and will be free or have low-cost ticket options.

“During this year of pandemic recovery, we are proud to support more arts groups than ever before and to provide many opportunities for audiences to attend live performances” said Culver City Mayor Albert Vera. “We remain committed to sustaining the performing arts in our community and enriching the lives of our residents, families, workforce, and visitors. We are pleased that a wide variety of groups applied for this grant program, as they will provide diverse entertainment opportunities in Culver City.”

Culver City Symphony Orchestra, a long-time grant recipient, sent this message to the Cultural Affairs Commission. “Your steadfast support through the pandemic has helped us survive through a very difficult period and return to live performances in good financial, organizational and artistic health.”

2023 Performing Arts Grant Recipients
The Actors’ Gang
Angel City Chorale
ArtsUP! LA
Benita Bike’s DanceArt
Black Skeptics LA
Brazil Arts Connection
Center Theatre Group
Culver City Chamber Orchestra
Culver City Public Theatre
Culver City Symphony Orchestra
Donna Sternberg & Dancers
Heidi Duckler Dance
Indian Performing Art Center
International Children Education Association
Invertigo Dance Theatre
Jazz Bakery
Jazz Hands for Autism
Leela Dance Collective
Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers
Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra
Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival
MashUp Contemporary Dance Company
Rogue Artists Ensemble
Symphonic Jazz Orchestra
Vox Femina Los Angeles
Westside Youth Orchestra

City of Culver City 

The Actors' Gang