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The WARNER GRAND THEATRE

Downtown San Pedro's art deco movie palace

The Harbor Area's 1,500 seat cinema and performing arts venue.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Grand Vision

We Are:

The official Friends Group to the historic art deco Warner Grand Theatre in downtown San Pedro, California.

The Grand Annex, a 150-seat cabaret concert venue down the street from the Warner Grand.

Meet the Music, a free educational program which introduces music to Harbor Area students.

A welcoming place to volunteer and get involved!

News

Grand Vision's Meet The Music

receives major grant from CAC

The California Arts Council has awarded three significant grants to fund and expand Grand Visions Meet The Music Program from their Artists in Schools and Professional Development categories.

Thousands of arts organizations compete for funding for the grants provided by The California Arts Council which are administered through a multi-step, public process. This year, a record amount of over $15 million is being awarded to more than 1,000 grantees across the state to support arts and culture in 15 unique categories, benefiting Californias students, veterans, arts educators, at-risk youth, formerly incarcerated individuals, underserved populations and communities at large. arrow

Liz Schindler Johnson appointed L.A. County Arts Commissioner

Grand Vision's Executive Director accepts post

Liz Schindler Johnson, Grand Vision's Executive Director, was recently appointed to the LA County Arts Commission by Supervisor Janice Hahn. The Arts Commission is a pre-eminent leader and supporter of the arts ecology in the County. The role of Arts Commissioners is to advise and support the Commission's programs including civic art, arts education and grant making, as well as presenting free concerts and performances throughout the region. arrow

KPCC Story on the NEA features Team Taiko

Making Music Makes A Community

Grand Vision's Executive Director, Liz Schindler Johnson spoke with KPCC's Priska Neely about Team Taiko, our transformative music engagement program. Liz also spoke in detail about the importance of NEA grants to small arts organizations such as Grand Vision. The story aired on Tuesday March 14. arrow

Max H. Gluck Foundation Awards Meet The Music With Generous Grant

Local 4th and 5th grade students benefit!

The Max. H. Gluck Foundation has generously awarded a $10,000 grant to continue the growth of Grand Visions Meet The Music program. The Gluck Foundations mission is to support programs that address the educational, health, cultural and creative needs of the underserved. In doing so, they show deep compassion for those with limited resources or with none at all. We are so grateful! arrow