The Billboard Creative's goal is to help emerging and underrepresented artists break through traditional career bottlenecks by raising their profile in a massive way - as part of LA's annual billboard exhibition.

"We The People"

February 2023 – The non-profit arts organization The Billboard Creative opens its 9th exhibition, bringing large-format art from emerging and established artists to 30 billboards across Los Angeles. PRESS RELEASE


Asa Mendelsohn

Asa Mendelsohn makes sensitive essayistic films that portray particular cultural moments in particular communities, often immersing himself and embracing his own subjectivity. His recently completed film, Pasture, 2022, revisits the David and Goliath story of a Southern California community resisting the construction of a military training facility.

On Going Programs

The Billboard Exhibition

TBC produces an annual, month-long exhibition on the streets of Los Angeles. For over 7 years, we have carefully curated and hung work on a massive scale throughout the city, with our billboards being viewed more than 1.2 million times. Celebrating emerging and mid-career artists from around the globe, the show is open to submissions across all disciplines. Click here for more information and to learn how you can submit your work for consideration.

Los Angeles Public Art Mapping Project

LA:PAMP is a smartphone and desktop map and archiving project. Built to help people find all things public art, murals, and graffiti in our community. It includes a section of historical and culturally important murals curated by @public_archivist and the Civic Art Baseline Inventory. There are also LA area galleries and museums. LA:PAMP is a crowd-sourced project relying on volunteers, artists, and galleries to track and tag work throughout the Los Angeles area.  The Billboard Creative maintains and manages the project, but at its core, it is a project created by the artists of our city and beyond. Their drive is to give our city its unique voice and visual aesthetic that can only be Los Angeles.


A digital look at today’s most interesting voices in art, from all sides of the creative spectrum. TBC Interview will be a growing resource for in-depth conversations on the issues that artists are dealing with and thinking about right now. We hope it serves as a point of discovery, as well as a place to delve deeper into the stories that drive each artist’s creative process.
Billboard exhibition featuring 30 NFT artists. The works were selected by Alejandro Cartagena from and Mona Kuhn from TBC.

See Images from our past shows.

Guest Artists

Each of our exhibitions are headlined by one or more acclaimed guest artists. In addition to having their work featured on billboards throughout Los Angeles, these individuals help raise awareness and increase exposure for other TBC participants. Past guest artists have included Ed Ruscha, Lawrence Weiner, Marilyn Minter, Paul McCarthy, Alex Prager, Jack Pearson and Laurie Simmons.

Co-Production with the Hammer Museum

Interview with Made In L.A. Curators

A conversation with Made in L.A. : a version curators:
Myriam Ben Salah and Lauren Mackler



TBC began with a single billboard and has grown to an average of 40 billboards per show. That wouldn't be possible without the help of our generous donors. TBC consists of an all-volunteer staff, so your donations go directly to producing art shows and bringing attention to artists. We are a tax deductible 501c3.

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