Our Cultural Legacy Project fundraising
campaign began Nov. 29 at the C. Bernard
Jackson birthday celebration. Learn more.
Los Angeles Inner City Cultural Center is committed to the financing, development and operation of a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-racial performing and visual arts center in the South Los Angeles area, devoted to:
• multicultural arts presentations of the highest caliber, both live and online;
• multicultural arts education for residents of South Los Angeles and beyond;
• honoring and preserving the cultural legacy of ICCC's founders, artists, supporters and all other contributors to that legacy; and
• offering training and career development opportunities to underserved minorities that will enable them to engage their talents and capabilities to the fullest extent possible.
Pictured on this page:
Left column, from the top:
ICCC co-founder C. Bernard Jackson
ICCC co-founder Dr. J. Alfred Cannon
Carmen Zapata and Vito Scotti in "Love American Style" (1973)
Marla Gibbs (center) at ICCC Readers Theater Festival
Jesse Dizon, Jo Ann Lee, Nobu McCarthy, Mako in "Gold Watch," co-produced by ICCC and East-West Players
Cecilia Peck accepts the Kashiki / Dotson Award on behalf of her late father Gregory Peck, presented by Glynn Turman
Roscoe Lee Browne
Cecilia Peck, Yvonne Farrow of the Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Glynn Turman at the Kashiki / Dotson Awards presentation
Margarita Galban, Producing Artistic Director, Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
"Library as Cultural Legacy" panelists Ernest Dillihay, Michael Rendler, Dr. Larry Kubota, Kren Malone, Dr. Susan E. Parker, Andrew W. Thornhill at the 2105 C. Bernard Jackson 50th Anniversary celebration
Brad Takei and George Takei
C. Bernard Jackson (standing) with students at the ICCC Institute for the Performing & Visual Arts
Right column, from the top:
ICCC production of "West Side Story"
Jesse Dizon and Nobu McCarthy in "Gold Watch"
Mako, co-founder of East-West Players
Lula Washington, co-founder, artistic director, choreographer, Lula Washington Dance Theater
George Takei (left) with the crew of the Starship Enterprise on "Star Trek"
Clockwise from left, Jeanne Joe, Carmen Zapata, Ivonne Coll, Karmin Murcelo in "The House of Bernardo Alba," co-produced by ICCC and the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
LA Inner City Cultural Center 50th Anniversary Video