The City of West Hollywood's Arts Division (@WeHoArts) delivers a broad array of arts programs including: Art on the Outside (temporary public art), Urban Art Program (permanent public art), Summer Sounds, Winter Sounds, WeHo Reads, Free Theatre in the Parks, Arts Grants for Nonprofit Arts Organizations, Library Exhibits and Programming, the City Poet Laureate Program, Human Rights Speaker Series and the One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival.

Here are the City's WeHo Arts program offerings:

Special Interests

For Artists


WeHo Arts: The Plan (cultural plan adopted August 21, 2017) 



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For information on WeHo Arts Programs you may contact:

Andrew Campbell, Arts Manager -

Mike Che, Arts Coordinator -

Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Coordinator -

Prentis Bonds, Grants Coordinator -

Joy Tribble, Arts Technician -  



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For more info visit our Film page.



 Summer Sounds Free Outdoor Concerts, June-August

Winter Sounds Free Indoor Concerts, December - March

For more info visit our Music page.


Literary Arts / WeHo Library 


WeHo Reads

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City Poet Kim Dower

WeHo Arts Exhibitions at the Library

Exhibition - Adelaide Drive - Don Bachardy with portrait of Christopher Isherwood, photo credit Wayne Shimabukuro

For more info visit our Literary Arts page.


 Free Theatre in the Parks 

3rd Tuesdays: Celebration Theatre LGBTQ New Works Series

For more info visit our Theatre page


           Visual Arts       


           Art on the Outside - Temporary outdoor art exhibitions

 Urban Art program - Permanent art installed by developers

WeHo Art gallery and museum scene

WeHo Arts Exhibitions at the West Hollywood Library

For more info visit Visual Arts page




One City One Pride, the City's LGBTQ Arts Festival takes

place during June Pride Month.

Other programs include:

1st Wednesdays: Outfest WeHo Screening Series

3rd Tuesdays: Celebration Theatre New Works Series

Lesbian Speaker Series

Last Tuesdays: Lambda Literary Book Club


Lectures / Education

Cal Arts Whap

The City also hosts numerous talks and educational forums.

Human Rights Speakers Series 

WHAP! (West Hollywood Aesthetics and Politics) 

More info here.


For Children

 soundSpark, a children's concert series.

For Russian-speaking children, Puppet Theatre on Wheels 

Recreation services - programs for teens and children

Drag Queen Story Hour, 4th Saturdays

every other month at 11 am


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