For Museum Affiliates only:
ARTS EARTH PARTNERSHIP
Los Angeles Arts Sustainability Tour
November 8, 2014
For more information about the Los Angeles Arts Sustainability Tour Stop #2
to register go to Eventbrite (FREE)
GOT OLD ELECTRONICS?
Want to dispose of them in a socially & ecologically responsible way?
Bring them to:
*Greenway Court Theatre*
E-Waste Collection Drive
November 8, 2014
544 N Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036 in the Fairfax High School Parking Lot
Desktop & Laptop Computers, Servers, Phones, Monitors & TVs, Game Systems, Digital Cameras, MP3 Players, Camcorders, Printers, Scanners, Faxes, Keyboards & Mice, GPS Systems, Assorted Wire & Power Cords
WE DON'T ACCEPT:
Alkaline Batteries, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Light Bulbs & Thermostats
Note: It’s always a good idea to clear your data, but not to worry, no matter what, all hard-drives and data storage devices will be wiped according to
Department of Defense standards.
Electronics will be collected by ISIDORE ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
Networking Cocktail Hour & Interactive Art Exhibits 6:30-7:30pm
Performances By SkyFire
There is one day left to purchase tickets at the reduced October rate and they can be purchased HERE.
Corporate sponsorships are also available. Please download the packet for more details.
For more info email USGBC LA at email@example.com
“The people at Arts Earth Partnership understand the cultural sector and have been invaluable in helping to chart a course of cost savings and sustainability at all of our cultural facilities, even in these difficult economic times. I encourage all municipalities and arts organizations to get involved.” Olga Garay, LA DCA Director 2007-2014
“We learned so much from AEP in the process of becoming certified. Knowing how to become environmentally responsible is extremely motivating.” Suzzane Isken, Executive Director, Craft and Folk Art Museum
“AEP has been an indispensable partner to the Historic Lankershim Arts Center. The certification process revealed wasteful tendencies we were not even aware of. Many of the changes required to qualify for the partnership were quite easy to make. Thanks to AEP, we are now on a path to a sustainable future.” Joe Calarco, Managing Director, Lankershim Arts Center