Leimert Park Village 2020 Vision Initiative
An Art & Cultural Renaissance

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VOTE FOR LEIMERT PARK VILLAGE STUDIOS!

Your Vote Can Help Us Win $100,000 From the GOOD Maker Challenge!

VOTING HAPPENS SEPTEMBER 2ND TO 16TH!

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Leimert Park Village Studios LA2050 Vote September 2-16, 2014

Tuesday, September 02, 2014 at 12:00 AM · 8 rsvps
Leimert Park Village in Los Angeles, CA

Leimert Park Village Studios is a collection of venues that also serve as production locations and event hosting sites.

Check out what we are creating and productions featuring Leimert Park Village!


VOTE FOR LEIMERT PARK VILLAGE STUDIOS!


The Leimert Park Village Studios Project is competing for $100,000 in the LA2050 GOOD Maker Campaign!

Check out the concept and recommend the project on Facebook.  Don't forget to Tweet as well!  Voting happens September 2nd to the 16th.   We are seeking funding to buy audio visual, recording and staging equipment for filming, screening rooms, concerts, festivals and special events.  With great equipment LPV can be the creative center of LA! 

But most importantly, the Studio will be a STEAM training center for the next gen of creative industry talent. 

Let's make it happen people!

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ABOUT LEIMERT PARK VILLAGE STUDIOS

Leimert Park Village (LPV) Studios is designed as the catalytic economic development, social-enterprise and skill development venture to help drive the renaissance of Leimert Park Village, the area considered to be the cultural hub of the African American community in Los Angeles.  The LPV Studios concept is a strategy being undertaken by the Leimert Park Village Stakeholders 20|20 Vision Initiative launched in January 2014.  The objective of the LPV Studios concept is to sustain an umbrella creative infrastructure that builds on the strengths of the Village’s cultural assets, ensures that future economic development is guided by the area’s rich artistic heritage, harvest a network of local creative industry human capital and provides employable culturally centered skill development for the next generation of artist, technicians and entrepreneurs; all of which will set the stage for a thriving creative economy enclave that can compete with modern day production locations.

 

LPV Studios exist within the framework of the Village’s anchor cultural venues that will be upgraded to enhance their revenue generating capacity to house performance, production and recording stages and to accommodate the installation of additional facility features including green screens, film screening rooms and editing bays as well as a shared commercial grade internet bandwidth required to distribute cinematic creations.  New acquisitions of available buildings within the Village will also be facilitated in order to transform non-conforming uses and vacant spaces into additional multipurpose production, event and supportive retail and incubator spaces. 

 

The mission driven purpose for developing the LPV Studios framework and infrastructure is to not only to foster a viable social enterprise, but to serve as a hub for creative industry skill development and provide an organic STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) centered educational environmental that exudes creative energy and entrepreneurial thought leadership.  For instance, the STEAM curriculum will feature an intergenerational historic cultural archiving social enterprise project lead by historians, community elders and experienced artist who will work with youth to document the oral history, roaster of renowned artist and architectural elements of LPV.   The cultural archiving project will produce a bi-annual online magazine, themes and materials for movie productions, plays, cultural tours and gallery exhibits, CD’s of LPV artist performances and historic articles.

 

The concept also includes the transformation of the public infrastructure in the Village to provide “back lot” scenes, premiering space and locations for large events such as what can occur in the City of Los Angeles commissioned People Street that recently granted the permanent closure of 43rd Place from Degnan to Leimert Boulevard.   In an exciting move forward, anchor venue collaborators have already begun to the LPV audience by  strategically co-branding and co-marketing a year-long schedule of festivals, cultural events, programs and services through a shared master calendar hosted on the www.LeimertParkVillage.org web portal, through the www.Livestream.com/LeimertParkTV internet channel with live stream capability, on the www.LeimertVision.com  free WiFi system that host a soon to be launched LPV radio station and the Leimert Park Village Face Book page that is integrated into a shared contact database on the web portal.


CREATE A SHOW OR POST A COMMERCIAL ON LPV LIVE!

LEIMERT PARK VILLAGE LIVE INTERNET CHANNEL

Come enjoy Art, Music, Culture & Family In the heart of Leimert Park , Los Angeles' premier cultural center.


 FILMS AND DOCUMENTARIES

LEIMERT PARK 
A DOCUMENTARY FILM

In the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles riots, an extraordinary group of artists and musicians create an underground arts movement and transform a community.

Intimate and compelling, "Leimert Park" is a universal tale of the struggles and triumphs of artists everywhere and of the power and importance of art and music in our lives.

Revitalizing Leimert Park Short Documentary

Published on Jul 26, 2013

Filmed in Fall 2012, this short documentary discusses the efforts of Ethnographic Filmmaker Ben Caldwell and Grassroots Emcee VerBS to revitalize Leimert Park, an historic African-American neighborhood in South Los Angeles. 

The Future of Leimert Park:

 What is the future of Leimert Park, the hub of African-American arts and culture?

Nic Cha Kim takes a look at the 1.2 square-mile stretch of Leimert Park, also known as "the black Greenwich Village."

Kim travels to various parts of the village for "SoCal Connected" to ask business owners, residents, and stakeholders about the future of Leimert Park and whether gentrification will impact the neighborhood's culture.

With the scheduled 2019 opening of a Metro stop in the area, how will business owners and residents react to the neighborhood's transformation?

Some say the city's historic art presence is something that can help tackle new changes and preserve the city's roots. Upscale art galleries like Papillion have captivated the attention of Leimert Park residents. But will this change the face of the village or work to raise the art scene and attract new visitors?

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Leimert Park Village Caravan Presents Barbara Morrison's 65th Birthday Celebration

Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 04:30 PM · 45 rsvps
Leimert Park Village in Los Angeles, CA