Art as Permanence for Black Los Angeles

Destination Crenshaw, is a potential game changer for South Los Angeles. Once complete, the 1.3 miles of Destination Crenshaw will […more…]

Destination Crenshaw

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President and COO: Jason Foster


Destination Crenshaw is a reparative development project and will be the largest Black public art project in the U.S. and quite possibly the world. Ultimately, the project will commission more than 100 works by Black artists who have strong ties to Los Angeles, creating a pipeline of work and jobs for emerging, seasoned and internationally renowned artists. But the project is so much more than art. It’s mission is nothing less than to place a cultural stamp of Blackness on Crenshaw Boulevard – a stamp akin to those in Chinatown, Mariachi Plaza, Koreatown and other ethnic enclaves.

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This is for us, and by us and unapologetically so. You can see in the assembly of community members at the table and the team that is doing the work this project is culturally competent, which we rarely, if ever, see in these types of public infrastructure and community development projects.
Karen Mack
Destination Crenshaw Advisory Council Member
and Executive Director of L.A. Commons in Leimert Park

Leave Your Mark on Destination Crenshaw — Literally

Destination Crenshaw, a 1.3-mile art and culture corridor, aims to preserve the rich legacy of Black Angelenos – from the Angelenos of African descent who cofounded L.A. to the generations of Black Americans who moved to and thrived in the Crenshaw District.

“We’re now in our capital campaign, and we need people who actually want to invest in the future of Black Los Angeles,” says Jason Foster, Destination Crenshaw’s president and chief operating officer.

Investors in the project can literally leave their mark on the museum. The names of foundations or individual donors who make substantial donations to Destination Crenshaw will appear along its corridor, at parklets, and in other high-profile sites. 

Key Supporters

Board of Directors
Berlinda Fontenot-Jameson,
Board Chair
Deborah Bryant,
Board Treasurer
George Fatheree Esq.

Advisory Council
Adam Ayala
Alberto Retana
Allison Agsten
Archer One
Ben Caldwell
Darnell Hunt
Drake Dillard
Felicia Filer
James Burk
Jill Moniz
Jorge Peniche
Joy Simmons
Karen Mack
Kohshin Finley
Leroy Hamilton
Mandla Kayise
Mark Greenfield
Naima Keith
Ron Finley
Tafarai Bayne