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Vote for One of Three Top Vision Theatre Mainstage Curtain Design Finalists!

Nov 20, 2020 @ 12:00 AM
Dec 07, 2020 @ 11:59 PM
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City Council District 10
The top three designs for the Vision Theatre Mainstage Curtain Competition have been selected. Now it’s your turn to vote for the #1 winning design!

DCA’s Performing Arts Program launched its the Vision Theatre Main Stage Curtain Design Competition as part of the renovation of the historic Vision Theatre in Leimert Park this past October.

Design proposals were submitted by stage designers, costume designers, art directors, and visual artists from across Los Angeles County. An independent panel of experts then selected the top three curtain designs– and now it is your turn to vote for the #1 design!

The winning main stage curtain should reflect the richness of the history of the theatre and the surrounding community. This legacy curtain will serve as a symbol of the Vision Theatre, Leimert Park Village, and South LA at-large for generations to come.

The winner will receive a $5,000 award upon completion of the curtain. Royal Construction Company, the company that received the renovation bid for the Vision Theatre, will award the prize.

It’s up to you, LA! Ballots may be cast Thursday November 19, 2020 through Monday December 7, 2020. Please review the finalist’s information below and then click on the blue button to caste your vote for the winning design

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Wendell Wiggins
Mark Steven Greenfield
Sole Folks









The Vision Theatre
3341 West 43rd Place
Los Angeles, CA 90008 United States

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