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We are a group of artists committed to positive and revolutionary change in response to the 2016 U.S. presidential election.  Using our unique and diverse artistic voices, we create original theatre and art, and donate all proceeds from our events to charitable organizations dedicated to bringing social justice to the world.  

 

 

 

 

 
 

ARULA Short Film Festival

TEN POLITICALLY INSPIRED SHORT FILMS...

MANY POWERFUL ARTISTS RISING UP...ONE NIGHT OLNLY!

 

The first annual ARULA Short Film Festival will showcase a variety of the best politically-themed short films from around the world. The festival will take place on Wednesday evening, November 8 at the Downtown Independent Theatre located in downtown Los Angeles. Doors open at 7PM and the screening will begin promptly at 7:30PM. A moderated Q and A with the filmmakers will follow the screening and then please join us for a catered after-party in the theatre lobby.  Tickets for the event are $25 and are tax-deductible.  All proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood.  Come out for a revolutionary night of film and support bringing activism to the screen!

Parking for ARULA Short Film Festival is located at:

233 S. Main Street, Los Angeles CA 90012

Price: $6-$9 after 4pm

There is also metered street parking.  Please read signs.  

If you need further assistance with parking, please contact mapuana@artistsriseupla.com or call 323-251-8825. 

WHERE:

Downtown Independent

251 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90012

WHEN:

NOV. 8TH, 2017 - DOORS OPEN AT 7PM

TICKETS: $25

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PAST EVENTS


RESIST MARCH

June 11, 2017

 "TRANSPARENCY, TAXES & TWEETS"

On April 18th, 2017, ARTISTS RISE UP LOS ANGELES produced a night of music and comedy, to benefit the Southern Poverty Law Center.     
Many talented artists took the stage, including the evening’s headliner, “the Liberal Redneck,” Trae Crowder.  Transparency, Taxes & Tweets celebrated the union of actors, comedians, musicians and dancers, and the laughter that emanated from the audience was a welcome respite from the current political climate. 

 

 

ARTISTS RISE UP LOS ANGELES - "E PLURIBUS UNUM: OUT OF MANY ONE"

Our inaugural show E PLURIBUS UNUM: OUT OF MANY, ONE at the El Portal on January 31st, was a rousing success and a testament to the passion and talents of ARTISTS RISE UP LOS ANGELES. If you haven’t caught our write up in the Los Angeles Times (Calendar cover!), check it out here: LA TIMES

We are thrilled to announce that we were able to make substantial donations to:

ACLU

NARAL Pro-Choice

Human Rights Campaign

Center for American Islamic Relations

Natural Resources Defense Council

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