What will Los Angeles look like in 2050? Will books be simply printed in 3D? Will Los Angeles be a major destination for arts and culture as it was intended? Southern California has long been a pioneering region for everything from agriculture and aerospace to entertainment. The Los Angeles Review of Books has a vital role to play in helping L.A. become an internationally recognized center for the literary arts, and that’s why we need your vote.
Today, the Goldhirsh Foundation launches the My LA2050 grant challenge: $100,000 will be given to an organization that the majority of voters believe will have a major cultural impact on the region by 2050. Vote for us, and our vision of the potential literary scene in Los Angeles could be a reality.
In just a short time, the Los Angeles Review of Books has become a center of lifetime learning, global in scope and yet local in its particular identity as a Los Angeles-based institution. If you support us, show it now by helping us win this $100,000 grant so we can continue to thrive through 2050 and beyond.
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