Non-profit organization, Non Political, Secular & Progressive Humanitarian Charity
HYASA Center contributes to the cultural enrichment of our diverse community in Los Angeles and State of California. The Center introduces rich and multinational arts and cultural heritage to the American public though lectures concerts, art exhibitions, television/radio broadcasts, cultural and literary publications, events and movie productions.

HYASA believes that culture and art combat social stagnation. Only though creative and cultural enrichment, can people evolve and ultimately create an accomplished and enlightened society. HYASA values fundamentally revolve on three key principles: Protecting, Preserving and Promoting of performing arts through appreciation of culture and education.

HYASA Cultural Center was renamed the “HYASA Center” in 2011, where under revamped and new directions, the initial goals and ideas are also preserved and pursued. HYASA Center identifies and scouts the most gifted performing groups and artists from around the world and introduces them to the American public. 

The center also promotes celebrated entertainers in music, choir, film and theater through collaborative and artistic venues that fully engage with our communities. HYASA Center maintains an active role in shaping the future of the performing arts in Los Angeles by introducing national and international artists and talents to a wider audience and community. 

In 2013 HYASA Center registered the “HYASA Entertainment Project” to recruit, plan and organize diverse events/concerts in partnership with industry professionals and experts.

HYASA Center depends on charitable contributions to sustain and support the ongoing programs.


HYASA Center provides funding for charitable events that support multi-cultural diversity and education through the arts, including offering fiscal sponsorship for civic organizations.


HYASA Center provides charitable funding and other support services, including special holiday activities and a memorial tribute to 9-11.


HYASA Center supports charitable programs for cultural diversity and also for veterans’ needs