Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center
Pullum Center uses the performing arts to empower the children of South Los Angeles to understand their true value, impact their community as positive role models and inspire them to expand their dreams of who they can become. Background, economic status, race, or ability do not matter. With music, there are no boundaries.
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Pullum Center provides free performing arts instruction to 1,200 underserved students, ages 5-20 who reside within a five-mile radius of 43rd Street and Crenshaw Boulevard in South Los Angeles. Our big idea is to use performing arts as a catalyst to promote academic success and develop mature adults who impact their communities as positive role models. Since its inception in 2011, nearly all Pullum Center high school seniors have graduated high school and gone on to higher education or a professional career in the performing arts.