Self Help Graphics & Art fosters the creation and advancement of new works by Chicana/o and Latinx artists through experimental and innovative printmaking techniques and other visual art forms. We are an organization rooted in community; and since 1973, have been at the intersection of arts and social justice, providing a home to foster creativity and the development of local print artists,
as well as international collaborations and worldwide cultural exchanges.
The City of Los Angeles should recognize how critical young people are to its economy, culture, and civic discourse â€“ both today and in the future. It’s time to Invest in Youth.
The mission of Mujeres de Maiz (women of the corn) is to bring together and empower diverse women and girls through the creation of community spaces that provide holistic wellness through education, programming, exhibition and publishing.
Yrneh Gabon Brown is a New Genre/interdisciplinary media artist. His work deals with sustainable environmental issues in a socio-political and historical context. Gabon Brown is an international artist, based in Los Angeles, who illuminates his subject matter through interdisciplinary visual art and activism (performance art).
As a Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) collective, we seed critical consciousness about mobility justice across all communities.
Ni Santas is an autonomous all woc collective working to re-write herstory through art, with responsibility to create socially conscious visual narratives. We also aim to provide free workshops and encourage woc, queer, trans, geneder non conforming of all ages to empower themselves through art.
Culturally inspired collegiate apparel specializing in fraternities, sororities, and graduation stoles.