City Hall has re-opened to the public and appointments are no longer required. For your convenience, you may make still schedule an appointment, or access City services online, and through email and telephone. All visitors to City Hall are required to wear a face covering at all times.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all industries throughout the world, including the arts. As our community continues to recover and adjust to a new normal, the Culver City Economic Recovery Task Force and Cultural Affairs have collaborated on a Virtual Performance Center (VPC) to promote community arts organizations. The VPC will maintain visibility for local arts organizations while supporting the city’s position as a cultural arts center and vibrant creative economy.
The VPC will showcase performances by Performing Arts Grant Program recipients and is also open to other community arts organizations by application. Arts organizations based in Culver City are invited to submit their virtual performances and apply for a marketing sponsorship for inclusion on the City’s website, as well as other promotional assistance including social media posts and email blasts.
Free to view on YouTube
Guidelines, instructions and application are now available for 2022 performances.
Watch the full performance on YouTube
Deadline extended. Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival is seeking storytellers.
Winner of the Parness Concerto Competition. Watch the full performance on YouTube now.
Watch on YouTube Live
Featuring Culver City Performing Arts Organizations
Free! Now streaming.
Virtual Performance Center Application