LAUSD Arts Community Network

  • Creative Careers Pathways Program: A partnership with the Department of Cultural Affairs and the RightWay Foundation Header image: Aryelle photographing her 6th grade student’s portrait in preparation for the Emancipation Project. SPARC is proud to host our newest Public Art Administrative intern, Aryelle Carter, through the Transitional Age Foster Youth Creative Careers Pathway Program (CCPP) in […]

  • Carlos Rogel, SPARC Project Manager and Arts Educator at the Judith F. Baca Arts Academy (JBAA) states: “As SPARC artists and educators who grew up going to LA Unified schools, we are thrilled to see a future energized by the range of talented ACN arts educators in the room; collectively we will advance a transformative […]

  • APPLY TODAY TO BE A TEACHING ARTIST! Video on SPARC’s Spring 2017 Arts Education Program at Judy Baca Arts Academy  Available Positions: Vocal Music Teaching Artist Job Description The Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) is a cultural center that creates public art and arts programming as a vehicle to promote civic dialogue, foster […]