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Third Angle’s mission is to perform and record the masterworks of the twenty-first century while commissioning new works from regional and nationally recognized composers. Its bold and innovative programming, high artistic standards, and tireless efforts to bring music of the 20th and 21st centuries to a diverse audience have earned it abundant critical acclaim.
The Hawaii Theatre Center was established in 1984 to restore, maintain and operate the historic Hawaii Theatre as a leading performance center in Honolulu, for the people of Hawaii and visitors to Honolulu by: providing a broad range of entertainment, cultural and educational experiences; providing educational opportunities for Hawaii’s young people; promoting the redevelopment of downtown Honolulu; and enhancing the quality of life in Honolulu.
The Vernon Davis Foundation for the Arts was created by artist, athlete, and philanthropist Vernon Davis to promote art education and art appreciation among youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. They fulfill their mission by providing scholarships to dedicated art students and grants to deserving nonprofit programs who share in their ideals.
VCT’s mission is to provide Vacaville residents with community awareness through educational, entertaining and informative TV programs designed to showcase local talent, celebrate our diversity, reflect on our past while exploring our future, and promote community involvement.
A fabulous venue created out of an old church building situated in the heart of Piedmont. The Center is an intimate, inviting, centrally located Piedmont space where musicians, actors, filmmakers, visual artists, singers and writers of all ages can perform, display, project, read and exchange their works. Workshops, classes, lectures and offerings of all kinds happen at The Center. The Piedmont Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization providing an affordable rental venue for artists to showcase their creations.
The mission of the Long Beach Community Players is to nurture and cultivate new and traditional audiences, as well as emerging and established artists; encourage the participation of all interested individuals; maintain a strong theater training program and produce quality theater which includes traditional plays and classics, new works and thought-provoking, socially significant productions, and is accessible to their socially and economically diverse community.