Led by a woman of color, Champion City aligns with clients that are interested in making a social, creative and cultural impact. The agency serves with a two-pronged approach: to be a partner that clients can trust to develop authentic relationships with their audiences, while also being a resource to those communities.
We work with, and leverage our knowledge of various sectors in order to create equitable access and opportunities for diverse communities. This involvement has led our team to work with government entities and CBO’s to build new arts and environmental initiatives; help private companies develop authentic relationships through thoughtful and inclusive community engagement; develop and produce programs that support creatives, innovators, and entrepreneurs; plus more. Whether it is building a brand presence, creating new partnerships, identifying business development opportunities, or going internally to reshape company structures, our team intentionally listens to client needs in order to provide a marketing perspective that will advance their goals and objectives.
Provide an arts & culture assessment, facilities infrastructure analysis, and programming recommendations for the Frank Gehry designed, $1 Billion Downtown Los Angeles mixed-use development.
Arts Internship Program
The Los Angeles County Department of Arts & Culture
Focusing on its annual Arts Internship Program, the largest paid arts college internship program in the country, we were tasked with branding, programming, producing, and uplifting the program through a celebratory event - virtually for the first time due to the pandemic.
4th of July Block Party
Grand Park @ The Music Center
Curate the festival music stages with The Origins of Los Angeles as theme for the holiday event, and ensure the programming appeased the eclectic audience in order to have a lively and memorable celebration.