Jan 29, 2020      News      

How AB5 has instilled fear and confusion in California’s arts community

“According to a Californians for the Arts survey of 450 people working in the arts, 80% said AB5 will affect their ability to offer programs and 57% will have to close businesses or cease certain programs…’The first thing that gets cut is ancillary programs, which tend to be arts education and outreach programs to schools and students’…’Desperate for information on what they can and must do to abide by AB5…we’re going to see a whole lot of community theater and smaller organizations disappear. Just like the recession in 2008 – they are being slammed.’”

Read the full story in the Los Angeles Times.