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Tiny Room Gives

What do we give?

Tiny Room Gives provides the talent and resources of Tiny Room Studios LLC to artists who are unable to afford it and enables them to create high-quality content to progress their careers.

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Audio & Video


Recording sessions in the recording studio decked out with instruments, microphones, and software. Content capture on the Main Stage equipped with a lighting rig, instruments, multicam setup, and microphones.

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Rehearsals on the Main Stage using our instruments and monitoring systems. Whether it's just to get familiar with instruments or practicing as a group you will have access to top-of-the-line equipment.

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Live Streaming

Multi-cam live streaming on the Main Stage under the lighting rig using the instruments and microphones. Boost your social media game or use the footage to land new gigs! The multi-cam streaming will take your content to the next level.

Monday Night Jams

Every Monday, we open our doors to local musicians enrolled in our Tiny Room Membership program. We give them food and drinks as well as the opportunity to network with other musicians and use our gear to live stream to an online fanbase. For musicians who attend these jams, the content we create enables them to book more gigs and the networking connections we host

are essential to the career progression of Inglewood's local creatives. Our Monday jams are typically attended by 60-80 people every week now including artists like Keith Harris, Keyon Harold, Cory Henry, Sarah Thawer, Hadrien Feraud, Cyrilia, Tia P, Kevin  Randolph, and more. The jams have grown so much that we've created a community board that meets

weekly and discusses ways to improve our ability to help the community.

Workout Classes

Beyond music, we prioritize the holistic well-being of our community. We offer morning workout classes led by a professional trainer at 7:30 am, encouraging community members to incorporate fitness into their routines within a motivating group setting.

Learn More About Tiny Room Gives

           Tiny Room Gives, a music-centric nonprofit, seeks to democratize access to high-end instruments, media recording facilities, and skilled technicians for all, irrespective of socio-economic status, enabling artists to create superior content and further their careers. This initiative collaborates with local entities to deliver professional music lessons and production training to at-risk youth in Inglewood, thereby fostering requisite skills for industry success. 

Learn Production Skills

Tiny Room's Monday Night Jam Sessions are also a tremendous opportunity for people to learn new skills; every week we train people on lighting design, front of house audio, and videography-- skills that are extremely hard to acquire without access to hundreds of thousands of dollars of gear. Some of the enthusiastic locals that demonstrate skill in their technical abilities on Mondays have been employed for paid gigs at Tiny Room throughout the week, building up their resumes and effectively launching their careers.


Music Masterclass

Tiny Room Studios offers free masterclasses before our Monday Night Jams every week, helping musicians of all levels up their game under the instruction of incredible volunteers like Greg Spero, George Kilpatrick III, Jawann Blanchey, Jacob Galdes, and Clark Sims. Dozens of local artists attend these masterclasses to practice playing with other musicians, soloing, and understanding the nuances of collaborative improvisation. Once the teachers believe they're ready, the students will get called on stage during the weekly jam and put to the test alongside industry professionals. It's truly an opportunity and environment like no other.


Tiny Room Gives works with many amazing organizations, if you are interested in partnering with us please reach out through our contact.


Fiscal Sponsorship Opportunities

Fiscal sponsorship is a formal arrangement between an individual or group and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It enables artists and arts organizations to create projects that are able to receive grants and tax-deductible contributions without having to form a nonprofit or obtain tax exemption. As a sponsored artist or arts organization, you can grow and sustain your creative projects through grants and tax-deductible donations under your sponsor’s tax-exempt status. Fiscal sponsorship can open a whole new pool of donors and grant opportunities, as many prefer to give to a registered nonprofit organization for the purposes of tax deductions and oversight. Contact Tiny Room Gives for more information and/or consideration.

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