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The mission of the Black Arts Los Angeles, Inc. ("BALA") organization is to improve access to the creative arts for residents of the southern California community while providing artists with information to help sustain themselves and promote their craft.  Black Arts Los Angeles is a registered 501 c 3 non-profit organization.  contributions to Black Arts Los Angeles are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.


  • We will expose school-age children to art and artists and educate them the business behind creative arts.

  • We will assist creative artists by providing them outlets to display and distribute their work.  We will educate artists on how to promote themselves and their art.

  • The Black Arts Los Angeles, Inc. ("BALA") organization will host art events which provide access to artists in an environment that promotes healthy exchange between artists and consumers.


We recognize that creative arts enrich the lives of residents and simultaneously create reasons for visitors to the region to spend more time and revenue in our community.  We also recognize that creative artists require assistance to help them market their art and establish connections with those who appreciate their work.

Our organization will assemble representatives of the art community, the art-loving community and educators to serve on our Advisory Board.  The Advisory Board will serve to ensure that our organization adheres to our principles and balances the needs of artists and the community.



   Black Arts Los Angeles:   

Community Ventures

Benefits of Partnering with BALA

With approximately 4,000 attendees, your partnership with BALA Juneteenth Festival is a unique opportunity to demonstrate commitment to multicultural advancements and the maintenance of cultural diversity.


Benefits Will Include:

  • Brand association with the most important event in the life of the African Americans

  • Build Stronger community ties with the African American Community

  • Gain public recognition for support of Juneteenth by the African American community

  • First option rights for sponsorship in 2020 

  • Logo will live on-line on BALA website for one year, extending exposure 

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