Los Angeles, CA—In 2011, White Hall Arts Academy was established to provide accessible arts education in South Los Angeles. With thousands of empowered individuals across Inglewood, Watts, and Compton, the academy offers diverse classes like piano, guitar, singing, and more, both in-person and online.
Founded by Tanisha Hall, White Hall Arts Academy recently seized a unique opportunity to collaborate with renowned artist Kii Arens in MonoNeon’s latest music video. Filmed at Kii’s Hollywood studio against the vibrant backdrop of his “Church of Color” exhibit, the video also featured the generous contribution of comedian Jim Carrey’s custom-painted car.
MonoNeon, famed for his role as a bass guitarist during Prince’s last tour and a Grammy Award-winning artist, brings unparalleled musical innovation for his new project. Kii Arens, an accomplished contemporary artist and gallery owner, spearheads the visual spectacle.
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While details of the project remain under wraps, the buzz around White Hall Arts Academy’s involvement in MonoNeon’s video is growing.
Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers once hailed MonoNeon as “the greatest electric bass player,” heightening excitement for the upcoming release. White Hall Arts Academy’s collaboration promises to showcase the transformative power of music and visual art in underserved communities.
Stay tuned for the release of this innovative music video, marking another milestone in White Hall Arts Academy’s commitment to breaking barriers in arts education.