UTA Swaps Out Oscar Party
“This is a moment that demands our generosity, awareness and restlessness,” UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer said in a letter to employees. “Our world is a better place for the free exchange of artists, ideas and creative expression. If our nation ceases to be the place where artists the world over can come to express themselves freely, then we cease, in my opinion, to be America.”
The rally is expected to take place outside UTA headquarters in Los Angeles Feb. 24.