Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Venue #52: National Center for the Preservation of Democracy (Downtown Los Angeles)
Tateuchi Democracy Forum
The Tateuchi Democracy Forum is the National Center’s versatile 196-seat public program facility. Occupying one of the most prime locations in the historic Little Tokyo district of Los Angeles and strategically situated within walking distance of Los Angeles City Hall and the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building, the Tateuchi Democracy Forum is an ideal environment in which to present inspired and inspiring programming in a technologically advanced setting.
The Tateuchi Democracy Forum’s unique layout and signature transparent glass wall were designed by award-winning architect Brenda A. Levin, FAIA. The 9,800-square-foot space offers comfortable seating arranged for maximum visibility during artistic performances and film screenings, as well as lively interaction among speakers and audience members during lectures or “town hall”-style meetings.
Stadium Seating: 196 guests
Day Rate: $1,500 (8am - 5pm)
Evening Rate: $2,500 (5pm - 11pm)
Entire National Center Building
The National Center’s building combines the historic with the new in a compelling architectural space that houses innovative programs, workshops, events, and exhibitions.
The versatile 196-seat Democracy Forum provides comfortable seating in a state-of-the-art technical setting that is ideal for lectures, “town hall”-style meetings, performances, and screenings.
The Democracy Lab offers additional space to hold workshops, meetings, panel discussions, and receptions.
Renting the entire building for your event also includes the use of The Boeing Company Lobby located at the ground-level entrance, the second-floor Forum Lobby, and access to the Hirasaki Democracy Hall with its innovative exhibition, Fighting for Democracy.
450 guests maximum
$3,500 flat rate
Technical Equipment Available