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It’s natural for Otis, where nearly all students aspire to jobs within the creative economy, to track the data, and the school has done so for the Los Angeles region since 2008. This year’s report was the first to include statewide data, an expansion funded by a $50,000 grant from the California Arts Council.
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California arts companies can only dream of getting a $250,000 grant from the budgetarily challenged California Arts Council. But the Chance Theater in Anaheim announced Monday it has received a $250,000 private gift from the arts council’s chairman, Orange County trial lawyer Wylie Aitken.