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Summer 2000 Arts Internship Program Host Organizations

April 4, 2000

(G) Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship Grants
(L) Los Angeles County Arts Internship Grants

For additional information, interested undergraduates should refer to: for visual arts internships, or for performing and literary arts internships.

Catalina Island Museum (G)

Millard Sheets Gallery (G)
Pomona College, Visual Resource Collection, Department of Art History (G)
Pomona College, Montgomery Gallery (G)
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens (G)
Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College (G)
Tierra del Sol Center, First Street Gallery & Art Center (G)

Glendale/Pasadena/San Marino
Alex Theatre (L)
Armory Center for the Arts (G)
Glendale Symphony Orchestra (L)
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery (G)
Kidspace Museum (G)
L.A. Children’s Chorus (L)
Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation Arboretum (G)
Pacific Asia Museum (G)
Pasadena Dance Theatre (L)
Pasadena Playhouse (L)
Pasadena Shakespeare Company (L)
Pasadena Symphony (L)
Southwest Chamber Music Society (L)

Long Beach
Arts and Services for Disabled (G)
California State University, Long Beach, University Art Museum (G)
Historical Society of Long Beach (G)
Long Beach Museum of Art (G)
Long Beach Symphony (L)
Museum of Latin American Art (G)
Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach (G)
Rancho Los Cerritos (G)

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Los Angeles
Downtown/East Los Angeles:
A Noise Within (L)
Apollo Amused/Musica Angelica (L)
ARTS, Inc. (G)
ARTScorpsLA (G)
Autry Museum of Western Heritage (G)
Bilingual Foundation of the Arts (L)
California African-American Museum (G)
California Science Center (G)
Center Theatre Group (L)
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) (G)
Central Library, Los Angeles Public Library (G)
City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department (G)
Cornerstone Theater Company (L)
East West Players (L)
El Pueblo Park Association (G)
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Museum(G)
Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (L)
Foliage Theatre Project (L)
Grand Performances/California Plaza (L)
Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA (L)
Immaculate Heart Community/Corita Art Center (G)
Inner-City Arts (G)
Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (G)(L)
Japanese American National Museum (G)
L.A. Chamber Orchestra (L)
L.A. Freewaves (G)(L)
L.A. Master Chorale (L)
L.A. Music and Art School (L)

Downtown/East Los Angeles:
Latino Museum of History, Art, and Culture (G)
Los Angeles Conservancy (G)
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro Art) (G)
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Exposition Park (G)
Los Angeles Opera (L)
Los Angeles Philharmonic (L)
Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles (G)
Moving Arts (L)
Museum of Chinese American History (G)
Museum of Contemporary Art (G)
Performing Arts Center of L.A. County, Education Division (L)
Plaza de la Raza (G)(L)
Ryman-Carroll Foundation (G)
Self-Help Graphics and Art (G)
Shakespeare Festival/L.A. (L)
Southern California Asian American Studies Central (Visual Communications) (G)
Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research (G)
Southwest Museum (G)
Theatre LA (L)

California Youth Theatre (L)
Korean American Museum (G)
L.A. Art Association/Gallery 825 (G)
Living Literature Colors United (L)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (G)
Lula Washington Dance Theatre (L)
MAK Center for Art and Architecture L.A. (Schindler House) (G)
Out on the Screen (Outfest) (G)
Page Museum, La Brea Tar Pits, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History (G)
PEN Center USA West (L)
Performing Tree (L)
St. Elmo Village (G)
TeAda Productions (L)
Theatre of Hearts (L)
Towne Street Theatre (L)

San Fernando Valley:
Black Photographers of California (G)
L.A. Jewish Symphony (L)
L.A. Mozart Orchestra (L)
Valley Cultural Center (L)

American Youth Symphony (L)
Center for the Study of Political Graphics (G)
Collage Dance Theatre (L)
Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA (G)
Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles (L)
Jazz Tap Ensemble (L)
L.A. Theatre Works (L)
Museum of Jurassic Technology (G)
Museum of Television and Radio (G)
Odyssey Theatre (L)
Otis College of Art and Design (G)
Rachel Rosenthal Company (L)
Simon Wiesenthal Center, Museum of Tolerance (G)
Skirball Cultural Center (G)(L)
Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) (G)
Venice Arts Mecca (L)
Young Artists International (L)
Young Musicians Foundation (L)

The Actors’ Gang (L)
Blank Theatre Company (L)
HeART Project (L)
Indecent Exposure Theatre Company (L)
Junior Arts Center (G)
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (G)
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (G)
Theatre of NOTE (L)
Yiddishkayt Los Angeles (L)

San Pedro/Wilmington:
Angels Gate Cultural Center (G)
Banning Residence Museum (G)
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (G)
Drum Barracks Garrison and Society (G)
Los Angeles Maritime Museum (G)

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Malibu/Pacific Palisades Area
California Department of Parks and Recreation, Point Mugu and Leo Carillo State Parks (G)
California Department of Parks and Recreation, Will Rogers State Park (G)
National Park Service, Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area (G)

Manhattan Beach
City of Manhattan Beach, Cultural Arts Division (G)
Rancho Palos Verdes
Palos Verdes Community Arts Center (G)

Newhall/Santa Clarita
California Institute of the Arts (G)
William S. Hart Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History (G)

Norwalk Cultural Arts Center, City of Norwalk (G)
Santa Monica
18th Street Arts Complex (G)
American Academy for Dance & Kindred Arts (L)
California Lawyers for the Arts (L)
Highways (G)(L)
Inside Out Community Arts (L)
L.A. Women’s Shakespeare Company (L)
Santa Monica Museum of Art (G)
Side Street Projects (G)

Danza Floricanto/USA (L)

Note: Internships are also being offered at the Getty Center and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, although the application deadline for these positions has already passed.

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