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Lauren Deutsch

Lauren Deutsch

Lauren W. Deutsch is the producer/ / director of Pacific Rim Arts, her arts and cultural practice. Her work spans public producing events such as festivals and rituals to public broadcasting projects, with particular expertise in cross-cultural work through audience engagement and resource development. This has included the 1990 Los Angeles Festival, Peace at the DMZ (South Korea), Contemporary Japanese Short Stories and Contemporary Korean Short Stories (for National Public Radio's affiliate KCRW, Santa Monica CA). Most currently, she has been consulting on strategic planning and grant writing for a number of organizations, including Great Leap, Inc., Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, Jazz Bakery, Ali Akbar College of Music, American Public Media's Marketplace and many nonprofits. She has been a content specialist for such clients as Los Angeles Philharmonic and Los Angeles Master Choral. Lauren has served on grants review committees for the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. As a journalist, she is a long-time contributing editor of Kyoto Journal and member of its board of directors. Her work has also been published in ParabolaKorean Journal, Jewish Journal and other outlets. Her blogs ( include Trads in Contempo Life, The Way of Tea in L.A. and Holy Beggar. She has also been a guest host on KCRW's The Politics of Culture. She is also enrolled as an editor at the Korean Literary Translation Institute. Lauren is an active member of the Docent Council at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, vice president of the Community Advisory Board of KCETLink / Public Media Group of Southern California and a licensed instructor of Chado Urasenke, Japanese Tea Ceremony.

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February 2024


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