Join EPIP LA and AAPIP-LA for a lovely spring evening in Little Tokyo. We’ll start with drinks and appetizers at Far Bar, located in the historic Far East Building and walk over to the beautiful David Henry Hwang Theater in the Historic Center for the Arts to watch the East West Player’s production of Mamma Mia!
6pm – Far Bar Mixer (free, RSVP required if attending mixer only)
8pm – Mamma Mia (purchase your discounted ticket below)
East West Players is located around the corner from Far Bar at 120 Judge John Aiso St, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
The mixer is generously sponsored by Wendy Chang and the Dwight Stuart Youth Fund.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds, so if the ticket prices above are a concern for you, please contact us at email@example.com, and we'll add you to the RSVP list.
If you are only able to attend the mixer, please RSVP for free here.
We are excited to announce that nominations are now open for our current grant cycle. Nominations will close on May 24, so please get your nomination in soon.
As a reminder, our Giving Circle provides grants to support small, Los Angeles-based nonprofits typically operating with an annual budget under $1M.
Past grantees have included the Painted Brain, Teens Exploring Technology, Dance for Healing, Al Otro Lado, and 1in6.
We look forward to seeing you at our event on June 4th, where you will have a chance to hear about the nominees. Dinner will be provided.
Not a member of our Giving Circle yet? Learn more here.
Join EPIP LA on a private tour of Roy DeCarava: Work of Art with Director Megan Steinman at The Underground Museum in Arlington Heights. The exhibition includes about 50 black and white photographs spanning the artist’s career of nearly six decades, with the greatest concentration in the 1950s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. DeCarava trained to be a painter, but while using a camera to gather images for his printmaking work he began to gravitate toward photography, partly because of its immediacy but also because of the limitations he saw all around him for a black artist in a segregated nation. “A black painter, to be an artist,” he once said, “had to join the white world or not function — had to accept the values of white culture.” He became the first black photographer to win a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1952 and is perhaps best known for his portraits of jazz musicians. DeCarava’s full archive of images represents a broad search for visual meaning – from those jazz musicians to the civil rights movement, abstractions, studies of nature, and gestures of people.
Following the tour, we will have the chance to mingle over a light picnic in the Purple Garden, behind the museum.
Street parking is available, but limited. Rideshare is strongly encouraged. Space is limited for this event, so make sure to sign up today!
It’s been more than a year since recreational marijuana was legalized in California and the City of Los Angeles. Join us Monday, June 17 at 6:30pm as we bring back Cat Packer, LA’s Director of Cannabis Regulation, to learn about how marijuana legalization has impacted communities and about the department's social equity program. Pizza, beverages, and delightful conversation with fellow EPIPers will be provided.